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Deal | New ENGWE P26 e-bike discounted by up to US$350

The ENGWE P26 e-bike is currently available in the US, UK and EU. (Image source: ENGWE)
The ENGWE P26 e-bike is currently available in the US, UK and EU. (Image source: ENGWE)
ENGWE has discounted its new P26 e-bike in the US, UK and EU. You can save up to US$350 on the commuter model, with deals at the ENGWE store and Amazon. While the EU variant has a 250W motor for a top assistance speed of 16 mph (~25 kph), the US variant has an 800W engine delivering speeds up to 28 mph (~45 kph).

The ENGWE P26 is a new e-bike from the brand, currently selling at a discount. In the US, you can save US$350 on the electric bicycle by purchasing the model for US$899.99 rather than US$1,249.99. This deal is available at the ENGWE store and on Amazon. Customers in the UK are offered a 17% discount, allowing them to buy the bike for £999 rather than £1,199.

The electric bicycle is provided for €1,049 in the EU, with a 13% price cut on the €1,199 MSRP. New customers can get a further 2% off in Europe with a discount code found on the site. The P26 launched earlier this year as a commuter e-bike with 250W or 800W motors, as EU and US variants. The lower-powered engine allows you to travel at up to 16 mph (~25 kph) with assistance, and a 17 Ah battery provides up to 62 miles (~100 km) of range.

The US equivalent has a higher top speed of 28 mph (~45 kph), and a 13 Ah battery provides over 50 miles (~80 km) of range. Other bike features include an LCD screen to show your speed and battery charge level, plus front suspension and 26 x 1.95-in tires to make for a comfortable ride. The bicycle has a 6061 aluminum frame, weighing around 26.2 kg (~57.8 lbs). It is unclear how long these deals on the ENGWE P26 e-bike will last.

The ENGWE P26 e-bike. (Image source: ENGWE)
The ENGWE P26 e-bike. (Image source: ENGWE)

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Polly Allcock, 2023-04-24 (Update: 2023-04-24)