ENVO D-35 vs. Trek Verve+ 2

When you decide on buying an ebike, it can be very overwhelming because you have so many choices on the market today. Today we are going to compare two popular ebikes, the ENVO D35 and the Trek Verve+ 2. Both are versatile bikes in similar price point ranges, designed for commuting, mountain biking, and all-around fun. They are suitable for both first-time riders and veterans looking for more advanced ebikes. Here, we’ve done the research so you don’t have to and as you can see sometimes it comes down to preference.

Comparison

ENVO D35 2020

Trek Verve 2+

Drive System Geared rear hub
No transmission involvement
Crank motor
Through chain and cogs
Battery Type LG A-grade Li-Ion Samsung A-grade Li-Ion
Battery Capacity 473Wh 400Wh
Single charge range 50Km cruising @32km/h 40km cruising @32km/h
Battery life 5 years 5 years
Battery replacement cost 599CA$ 1099CA$
Max speed ( regulated) 32Km/h 32Km/h
Max Torque at Wheel 60Nm 38Nm
Total E-bike Weight 21.5KG 23.4KG
Max Motor Power 620W 350W
Gears Shimano Acera 8spd
max ration 48 to 11
Shimano Alivio 9spd
max ration 38 to 11
Brake Hydraulic disk Tektro 180mm Hydraulic disk 160mm
Wheel sizes 27.5″ x 1.95 700C x 45C
PAS system Cadence sensor on Crank Torque sensor on crank
PAS effectiveness Motion sensor torque emulating Pedal force activation
Power On Demand Throttle Yes No
Control 6 Levels of assist 4 Levels of assist
Brake Cut off Yes Yes
Regenerative Braking No No
Display system Color LCD with backlight
Multi function Odometer
LCD with backlight
Multi function Odometer
Noise Level Low Low
Suspension Seatpost and Front fork Seatpost
Included accessories Speed ODO console
Battery key lock
Head & tail light
Rack & Fenders
Kickstand
Speed ODO console
Battery key lock
Head & tail light
Rack & Fenders
Kickstand

Verve 2+ has integrated Bosch system and proprietary battery pack which is serviceable only by specialists and authorizes repair centers; on the contrary ENVO utilizes non-proprietary battery pack and modular components for easy part replacement and DIY repair. ENVO offers up to 2 years warranty for the whole electric system and battery pack.

We hope that this helps you make a decision.  If you’d like more information or have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us.

By |2020-02-22T23:49:05+00:00November 5th, 2019|Blog, comparison|1 Comment

One Comment

  1. John Langford February 4, 2020 at 11:25 pm - Reply

    I’ve put in 1500 kms since buying my D35 last summer. It’s a great bike. I’ve just made one modification that might be of interest to owners who want more hill climbing pedal power. I changed the rear cassette to a Sun Race 8 speed 11-40T and replaced the chain with a Shimano 8 speed 71 to accommodate the larger sprocket on the new cassette. Essentially, that replaces gears 7 and 8 with two lower hill climbing gears that make pedalling uphill easier, thus reducing your call on battery power. So if you find you aren’t using your two top gears much while going downhill and would like to be able to use pedal power a bit more going uphill, then consider this modification. Shane at Fairfield Bikes in Victoria did the job for $100 plus tax.

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