Apollo Scooter Review 2022

There are many things to consider when comparing two scooters, but this one is a clear choice. We’ll cover its Max 25-degree incline capability, Reliability, Weight, and Price. Let’s get started. First, let’s look at its brakes. These disc brakes on the Apollo Ghost are cable operated, and they provide surprisingly good bite for their size without being hydraulic. They also feel aggressive, with little lever pressure required to drop the anchor. The Ghost brakes are good until about 95% of their power, but the final 5% is harder to achieve.

Max 25 degree incline capability

The Apollo Ghost P is capable of tackling incline slopes of up to 25 degrees. This is an impressive feat, especially when you consider the fact that the steepest street in the world has an incline of only 19 degrees. The Ghost offers three gear modes, with the first offering a maximum speed of 15 mph and the second offering a top speed of 25 mph. It can reach a range of 39 miles.

Reliability

When it comes to the brakes, the Apollo Ghost P is a reliable ride. The Ghost has cable-operated disc brakes with a surprising amount of bite. These brakes are stiffer and require less lever pressure to drop the anchor than many of its rivals. The downside is that the Ghost doesn’t provide much power after it reaches 95% braking, and it’s difficult to get that last 5% of power in any case.

Weight

While the official weight of the Apollo Ghost is 64 pounds, our test vehicle actually weighed 66.1 pounds. This is not light by any means, but it is on the lighter side of the spectrum compared to the Dualtron Raptor 2 and Speedway V. The Ghost is more than 10 pounds lighter than the 10X. Its lighter weight is a major selling point, and it has made the scooter more competitive on price and performance.

Price

The price of an Apollo Ghost P is not exactly low, but the features it offers make it well worth the money. This scooter features key lock ignition, multiple locking places, and ride-control features. It also features single or dual motors, and eco or turbo modes. However, there are some downsides to this scooter. This article will discuss some of them. The Apollo Ghost P is a great choice for commuters who want to be mobile while still being comfortable while riding.

Assembly

The Apollo Ghost P comes with easy-to-follow assembly instructions. It includes a kickplate that has a hook at the bottom and handlebars that lock into place. Once you have all of the parts, it’s nearly ready to ride. However, there are some minor components that you should check. The Ghost comes mostly assembled, but it’s important to pay attention to the assembly instructions as some parts can be tricky to install.

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