Engwe E-Bikes Review – A Complete Overview About the Whole Company

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Looking for the best e-bike isn’t easy, especially if you are a newbie.

For instance, all riders want a reliable e-bike that they can trust to deliver on various fundamental sections like speed, range, portability, and reliability.

Engwe e-bikes has put its best foot forward to provide its customers with the best and most reliable e-bikes.

We have tried out most of Engwe e-bikes, so we can draw some conclusions. Here is our quick overview of the Engwe e-bike company.

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Overview of the Brand

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Engwe has become the new face of the e-bike playground by manufacturing foldable, budget-friendly bikes that are perfect for newbies and average urban commuters.

To Whom are Engwe Bikes Made?

man on engwe ep-2 pro
My first Engwe electric bike – EP-2 Pro. Photo: Electric Wheelers

Engwe bikes are great for individuals looking for low-priced, good-looking, out-of-the-box, decent-performance bikes that make them stand out in the currently over-saturated bike market.

The e-bikes are designed for comfort by incorporating fat tires that absorb vibrations and soft leather seats. Most of Engwe bikes also have a lovable folding design that enables users to fold the bike effortlessly for easy storage and portability.

This design makes it easy for users to transport their bikes easily in their vehicle or store them in a closet or trunk.

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However, as the brand evolves, they have launched new e-bike models without a folding frame as well.

Where are Engwe Bikes Made?

Engwe is a Chinese e-bike brand. Both the factory and the management are there.

However, the main markets for Engwe are the United States, Europe, and the United Kingdom. Therefore they have a quite superior logistic system worked out.

They have warehouses in Poland and the United States to serve their customers better.

Where to Buy Engwe E-Bikes?

They used to have just one website, where they served customers all over the world.

Now, Engwe has separate online shops for US and EU customers.

So for better service and quicker delivery times choose the correct website.

Engwe E-Bike Selection

The company has several models on the production line.

At first, all Engwe bikes were similar since they had:

  • foldable frames
  • 20″ wheels
  • rear hub motors
  • and suspension system

But now, Engwe has launched e-bikes with 26-inch wheels and also their first e-bike that doesn’t have a foldable frame. Additionally, they now also have a moped-style e-bike and an electric scooter in their line-up.

Let’s take a brief look at each bike model separately and highlight its best features.

Engwe L20

avocado green Engwe L20 step-through electric bike
Photo: Engwe

2023 has been a very fruitful time for Engwe. Engwe L20 is already the 3rd new ebike model they have launched that year. And just like previous models, the L20 also doesn’t have a folding frame. On the other hand, the L20 is the first e-bike in Engwe’s collection that has a low step-through frame.

Engwe L20 is being sold both in the USA and EU and due to the different regulations, the bike comes with different motors.

For example, Engwe L20 USA version has a 750W motor with a top speed of 25 mph. But the EU version of the bike comes with a 250W motor that can provide a top speed of 25 km/h.

The rest of the bike seems the same in both regions. The battery, which is placed behind the seat post, has 624Wh of energy capacity. With the lowest pedal assistance level, the maximum range would be around 90 miles (140 km).

Engwe L20 is a great utility bike with lots of useful accessories included in the base price. For instance, the bike has rear and front racks to carry some cargo. Also, the ebike comes with full fenders to keep your clothes clean in wet conditions.

Engwe E26

engwe e26 step-over bike and also the step-through bike next to it
Photo: Engwe

Introducing the Engwe E26: the epitome of all-terrain e-biking. Powered by a robust 750W high-torque hub motor, this e-bike promises exhilarating rides with a top speed of 28 mph.

Its dual suspension ensures smooth journeys across any landscape, while the hydraulic disc brakes offer unmatched stopping power. By the way, it’s one of the few Engwe e-bikes that come with hydraulic brakes.

With a remarkable range of up to 87 miles, the E26 is designed for the long haul.

Choose between the sleek step-thru or the classic step-over frame, both equipped with integrated lights, fenders, and a rear rack. And with its 26-inch x 4-inch tires, you’re set for any adventure. Experience the future of e-biking with Engwe E26.

Engwe M20

engwe m20 moped e-bike
Photo: Electric Wheelers

Engwe M20 was launched in the spring of 2023. It has a totally different appearance from previous Engwe e-bikes. Although the M20 has 20-inch fat tires like Engwe’s first bikes, the frame is completely different.

It seems Engwe is losing its reputation as a manufacturer of folding electric bikes. The M20 is the second model in a row that doesn’t have a folding frame. We see this as an evolution and Engwe’s desire to offer different models to its customers

Related: Engwe M20 Full Review

Engwe M20 has a powerful 750W motor that is capable of 28 mph top speed. One of the strongest parts of the bike is its dual batteries. Two batteries combined give the bike 1,248 Wh of energy capacity. It can provide a maximum range of 90 miles.

Additionally, the M20 comes with dual suspensions. Rear and front shocks accompanied with 4-inch fat tires provide excellent ride quality on all terrains.

Engwe P26

blue engwe p26 commuter electric bike
Photo: Engwe

Engwe P26 was launched at the beginning of 2023. It’s an electric bike designed entirely for commuting.

Engwe P26 is the company’s first e-bike without a folding frame.

We discovered that the P26 has different motor power in the US and EU markets. While this commuting electric bike comes with a 500W (peak power 800W) rear hub motor in the US, it has a 250W (peak power 500W) motor in the EU.

It’s probably the same motor and the power is just limited for the EU model to be legal there.

The EU model of P26 has a top speed of 25 km/h and the US model has a top speed of 18.6 mph.

The range of the P26 depends on from which Engwe shop you buy the bike.

The US model has a slightly bigger battery (652 Wh), which provides a range of over 80 miles.

The battery of the EU model has an energy capacity of 612 Wh, which can provide a 100-km range.

Related: Engwe P26 Full Review

Overall, the new Engwe P26 commuter bike looks very neat and practical. It comes with free fenders and a rack and has solid lighting. Also, the wiring is internally routed, which is a new thing for Engwe bikes.

Engwe C20 Pro

A gray colored Engwe C20 Pro electric bicycle
Photo: Electric Wheelers

Engwe C20 Pro was launched at the beginning of 2022.

The bike has a 250-watt brushless motor with a 16 mph (25 kph) top speed. It’s equipped with a 36V 19.2Ah battery that provides a maximum range of 90 miles (150 km). Its battery is removable and designed to be charged separately or while it’s still fixed to the e-bike.

The e-bike has a 330 lbs (150 kg) maximum load-carrying capacity and features a shock-absorbing front fork.

Related: Engwe C20 Pro Full Review

The bike is designed to traverse trails and urban environments with good road conditions.

Additionally, it has a good braking system designed to stop the e-bike safely. The bike is designed to make it portable, easy to store, and comfortable to ride.

It’s also equipped with a headlight to keep riders safe at night. Lastly, its fat tires are designed to cushion any forms of shock that could otherwise be transferred to the rider.

Engwe EP-2 Pro

Engwe EP-2 Pro standing on an suburban road
Photo: Electric Wheelers

The Engwe EP-2 Pro features a 48V 12Ah (615Wh) battery that provides about a 50-mile range on a single charge.

The e-bike has a 750W rear hub motor that produces 80 Nm of torque and can reach 28 mph. The EP-2 Pro is equipped with a front suspension and aluminum frame to make it sturdier and more durable.

The e-bike’s battery is integrated into its frame, protecting it from theft. However, you could still remove it whenever you want to charge it. Charging the battery takes five to seven hours.

Related: Engwe EP-2 Pro Full Review

The e-bike is foldable, portable, and weighs 74 pounds, which isn’t easy to carry around. Additionally, the bike has 20 inches by 4-inch all-terrain tires designed to absorb any shock from uneven ground to help maintain a smooth riding experience.

The EP-2 Pro also features mechanical disc brakes, a 7-speed drivetrain, and various accessories like fenders, bright lights, a kickstand, and a rear rack. The rack is good for transporting your property when on the move.

The e-bike is perfect for riders 5’2″ to 6’4′ tall and has a maximum carrying capacity of 330 pounds.

Engwe Engine Pro

gray Engwe Engine Pro on a white background
Photo: Engwe

The Engine Pro is the oldest model of the three.

It is fitted with a dual suspension, a 750-W motor, and an 8-speed drivetrain.

The e-bike is quite similar to other Engwe e-bike brands. However, it is more capable and more powerful, so it has a higher price tag. Some similarities between EP-2 Pro include an identical electric setup and the 750W rear hub motor.

It also has a 615Wh battery, a half-twist throttle, and five assist levels. However, one difference with the Engine Pro is its colored LCD screen compared to the backlit screen of other Engwe e-bikes. Like the EP-2 Pro and C20 Pro, the Engine Pro has a foldable frame designed from lightweight aluminum.

Unlike other Engwe e-bikes, Engine Pro is fitted with rear and front suspension, making it more comfortable and fit for off-road adventures. The double suspension and fat tires absorb all types of shock produced from rough terrain and cushion the rider making the ride more comfortable.

The bike produces enough torque to climb hills effortlessly and has a reliable braking system that’s good for urban commutes.

Engwe Engine X

Engwe Engine X
Photo: Engwe

As you can see from the looks, Engine X is very similar to Engine Pro.

Basically, it’s the same bike, except it has a less powerful motor.

While Engine Pro has a motor of 750W, Engine X has a motor of just 250W.

Engwe Engine X is built for the European market and the regulations don’t allow e-bikes with bigger motors.

Other than that, it’s a solid e-bike with 4″ fat tires and dual suspensions.

Engwe T14

Photo: Engwe

If you are looking for an extra portable electric bike, then Engwe T14 could be the one.

It comes with tiny 14-inch wheels and the folding size is just 70x47x60 cm. However, it is still suitable basically for anybody. Engwe says it fits riders between 155 and 195 cm in height. The maximum payload capacity is 100 kg.

Engwe T14 mini electric bike is equipped with a 350W rear hub motor and 480 Wh battery. The bike can reach a top speed of 33 km/h and can take you away up to 80 km on a single charge.

Also, the bike is very cheap. It’s one of the most affordable electric bikes you can find.

Engwe X26/X24/X20

engwe x26
Photo: Engwe

When Engwe came out with this technologically advanced e-bike with triple suspension, it had 26-inch wheels. And quite understandably, the bike was named X26. However, later they added the possibility of getting the same bike with 24 or 20-inch wheels.

One of the most notable highlights of the bike is the triple suspension. The bike has a hydraulic shock at the front, a mechanical shock in the middle, and an air shock at the rear. You don’t see often this kind of suspension system on e-bikes.

Related: Engwe X26 Review

Engwe X26 comes with a rear-hub motor that can provide 1,200 watts of peak power. With that, you can reach a top speed of 31 mph.

The bike is equipped with dual batteries, which is quite exceptional. So in total, the batteries can contain 1,401.6 Wh of energy capacity, which can provide a range of over 60 miles (100 km) just in electric mode.

Additionally, Engwe X26 has hydraulic disc brakes, 26″ one-piece wheels, and solid lighting.

engwe x26 folded
Photo: Engwe

And it’s really surprising that you can fold up the bike, which makes it really portable.

Engwe Electric Scooter

So far, Engwe has only manufactured foldable electric bikes. At the beginning of 2023, Engwe launched its first electric scooter.

Engwe S6 Electric Scooter

engwe s6 e-scooter
Photo: Engwe

Engwe S6 comes with a 700W (peak power) motor that can speed up to 45 km/h.

The 750 Wh battery can provide a range of up to 60 km.

The scooter can be used on the street as well as on off-road tracks. It has 10-inch all-terrain tires and a suspension system on top of both wheels.

Additionally, the scooter has a seat and solid illumination for more comfortable commuting.

Check more details from the link below.

Engwe Bike Accessories

a handful of Engwe accessories

Engwe e-bikes have various accessories to make the rider feel more comfortable and safe on the road.

These accessories include:

  • bicycle lock
  • mini air pump
  • trunk bag
  • spare battery
  • waterproof rack bag
  • aluminum phone mount

You can find these accessories on their website.


Engwe offers free shipping to almost all customers in the USA, EU, and UK.

In Europe, the product arrives within 3 to 7 business days. In the United States, you can expect your delivery within 7-10 working days.

You can track your order using your email’s tracking information provided to you.

Warranty of Engwe Bikes

a warranty documents

Engwe’s warranty spans 1 year for the most important parts, offering replacement parts at no cost for non-human-related damages.

This is a pretty standard approach among e-bike warranties, where the main focus is on manufacturing defects rather than wear from regular use.

My take: Engwe’s warranty is comparable to industry standards, but their offer of parts at cost after the warranty period is a nice touch that could save you money down the line. However, be aware that wear and tear parts and any unauthorized repairs won’t be covered, which is pretty common across e-bike warranties. Overall, Engwe’s warranty should provide sufficient protection for your investment.

Conclusion – Are Engwe Bikes Any Good?

Engwe e-bikes are an excellent option to consider even though they haven’t become as popular as other brands.

Engwe is an entry-level brand that has decent components and good road performance. They may have heavy suspension and various other low-tier parts. However, they are still practical and dependable.

6 thoughts on “Engwe E-Bikes Review – A Complete Overview About the Whole Company”

  1. I bought two engine pro’s at the same time and my wife’s bike has never had anything go out on it BUT she has never had any interest in using the ERS system that comes with the bike ( the power back into the battery feature ) that basically turns the motor into a generator anytime while going above 13 mph
    while geared down on speed selector .. that being said I have had to jiggle the main power cord first out of the box and finally it took okay and stayed good. .second , and my main issue is the LCD screen on my bike kept blowing anytime I would use the ERS system . ( power back into battery above 13 mph feature)
    First one I blew it , they replaced it fine no biggie and were polite and helpful , I did have to ho thru a lot steps to prove the issue but whatever I get it then my son took it out for a ride and I never got to let him know not to use the ERS system so guess what ? That one blew also . LCD SCREEN number # 2
    I let them know I need another one they did send me a third however it wasn’t the LCD screen that I paid for that comes with the engine pro , it was smaller and it didn’t have the capabilities of the original LCD screen that comes with the bike because I lost two important features of the bike by using the smaller replacement they sent me . I lost the ERS power back into battery feature and also lost the cruise control feature that I loved .
    Obviously as a company they have the obligation to make sure no matter what amount of power goes back into the battery using the ERS function it should not blow . I was understanding however my wife was completely turned off and to this day does not have good things to say to anybody who asks about the product . I am a lil more forgiving I think the bike itself is amazing and ahead of most all other e bikes out there in this price range of 1300 + $
    Give it take .
    I still don’t have a solution so I am trying to just say fuck it and look to just buy a LCD screen that goes to the bike originally only problem is now I can’t find them for sale ANYWHERE yet .
    It’s like this part has just dropped off the map !
    I have resorted to trying to repair the original LCD screen but that hasn’t happened yet as I am relying on the repairers schedule . So yeah , I can’t complain too bad tho seeing how the credit card did an investigation on the company for their customer service to rectify my wife’s issue and they never smreaponded to the credit card company that we used to buy the bikes . So they validated the complain and waived the bike purchases . So I did get two engine pro’s for no money . I don’t feel great about that but it’s not my business or credit card company and it was legal and that is a benefit with this credit card company .
    Engwe just never responded to my wife’s emails or the credit co emails ..
    beats me ? So now I search for a replacement LCD screen . I will take that .

  2. So far so good with me. I have the t14 mini fold. it has 350w motor. its a nice small bike. its fast has great battery and it gets me there fast than the bus. Ive had my bike for about month n a half. Best 500$ ive spent in a long time.

  3. Warranty: I have an Engine Pro I bought early this year. The i-ERS system has never worked and contrary to this article, I was required to send a video and still have not been corrected. They finally admitted that the motor didn’t have i-ERS and now want me to send a picture of the controller to see if it is i-ERS compatible. If yes they will send me a new motor, if not they offer a full refund or partial refund if I want to keep it. First offered 40 eur, what ever that is. If in fact they replace defective (in this case defective because it lacks an important function) why can’t they replace both motor and controller? Very poor customer service.

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