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How Much Is an Electric Tricycle? Breaking Down Costs For eTrikes

May 16, 2022

Riding an electric bike is a great way to get around, especially if you are concerned about the impact your transportation has on the environment. However, what is even better than an electric vehicle with two wheels? One with three wheels! Sixthreezero’s selection of e-bikes includes e-trikes. These are ideal for people who want all the fun, practicality and eco-friendliness of an e-bike but with the added stability and support of an extra wheel in the back.


Sixthreezero's Electric Tricycles


The EVRYjourney is one of the most popular models in our lineup. We have several different variants to suit every e-biker’s needs. This includes an electric tricycle version. The EVRYjourney 250W Tricycle offers the attractive and timeless styling of its two-wheeled cousins with the benefits of a tricycle frame.


This tricycle is available with a seven-speed gearbox and in a variety of colors ranging from bright yellow to sleek black. If you want something that can offer you the benefits of an electric bike plus a little more, this is a good option.


Factors That Affect the Cost of Trike e-Bikes


The sticker price of the EVRYjourney trike is $2,199.99. This brings it in at a slightly higher price point than the two-wheeled EVERYjourney electric bike. However, there are some good reasons for this. These are some of the factors that impact the price of an e-trike:


  • Weight: Lighter e-trikes tend to be more expensive. They are made from higher-quality materials that help to reduce the overall weight. The exception to this is that larger batteries are both heavier and more expensive.
  • Build Quality: The quality of the trike’s construction is a big factor in price. If you want to find a premium-quality e-trike, you can expect it to be more expensive.
  • Powertrain: The battery, motor power, top speed and range of an electric trike all impact its cost. Furthermore, the quality of the powertrain components can also have a big impact. However, better components also tend to last longer with less maintenance.
  • Cargo Capacity: One of the big draws of trikes over bikes is that they can handle more cargo on the rear axle. E-trikes that can deal with greater loads tend to be more costly.

Trike Battery & Motor Cost Differences


If you want to get higher top speeds and greater range, you should plan to spend at least $2,000 on your electric trike. Lower-cost models typically cannot exceed 15 miles per hour and may have only enough battery power to go 15 to 30 miles of range.


Like many products, electric trikes tend to offer what you pay for. However, there is also a large range of prices. Lower-cost models will require you to make a lot of sacrifices on the powertrain. Conversely, top-end models often involve a lot of added cost for minimal added benefit. For most riders, something in the middle is ideal.


Cargo Trikes


Many people choose to ride e-trikes over e-bikes because the former can handle cargo more easily. Not only are trikes more stable and better at handling bigger loads, but they also have a higher weight capacity due to having an extra wheel. Trike with a basket over the rear axle can be impressive cargo carriers.


Get an Electric Tricycle Today


Getting an electric trike can be a practical investment in your transportation needs. The Sixthreezero EVRYjourney 250 W Tricycle is a great choice for many aspiring e-trike riders. It offers a great balance of quality, features, styling and price. Check it out in our catalog today. This could be the perfect time to get started with owning an electric tricycle.

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