What we like
- Bosch motor pushes the driver to usual reliable and powerful
- the pleasant relaxed seating position suits the application area
- good suspension fork, decent coverage
What we do not like
- the frame looks quite soft, which is why the handling is slightly nervous
- Weaknesses in seatpost, saddle and grips
On the City – the C-Power invites for sightseeing. Approximately with its comfortable upright sitting position or the powerful engine. Here, the usually speedy reveals his agile, quite agile character. The combination of handling, driving and range if it is considered to be extremely successful and suitable for everyday use.
However, the effect wheel a little nervous, especially when your hands off the handlebars takes. In addition, city cyclists would despite the good workingevery now and then want a bit more comfort. Although the fork dampens tidy, the sprung seat post but shows little effect. Even thesaddle and the handlebar grips are no comfort miracle.
Specifications of City pedelec in the test: Corratec C-Power Lady
|Price Replacement Battery:||629 Euro|
|Weight:||25.0 (incl. Battery) kg|
|Motor:||Bosch mid-engine, 250-watt|
|torque:||Max. 50 Nm|
|Battery pack:||36V / 8 Ah Li-Ion (288 Wh)|
|Brake:||Magura HS 11 hydraulic rim brakes|
|Equipment:||Fork, spring support, light, fender, Porters|
The C-Power convinces with a strong drive and a good reach. A few weaknesses in the details go but at the expense of comfort.