How come the 2015 Pedego Interceptor (48V/10Ah) costs $645.00 > the 2016 Aerial Rider (48V/11.6Ah)?

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Ann M.

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Folks, posts that do not have to do with the questionable comparison do not belong in this thread and will be removed. Hostile statements directed towards other EBR members do no belong anywhere in the Forum.
 

Jim123

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I see on the Pedego website that the latest Intercepter comes in a 48 volt 10 amp or a 48 volt 15 amp option. If you add the bike to the shopping cart there is no option for the 15 amp. Anybody know how to get the option selection? Like Christopher I am window shopping, but it is fun to do.
 
I see on the Pedego website that the latest Intercepter comes in a 48 volt 10 amp or a 48 volt 15 amp option. If you add the bike to the shopping cart there is no option for the 15 amp. Anybody know how to get the option selection? Like Christopher I am window shopping, but it is fun to do.
Click on 15ah before going to cart. Or call me.
 

pxpaulx

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@Christopher I am happy to answer questions for people who are actually interested in purchasing a particular bike, or have questions about types of bikes and different models they are considering.

I am an individual person who enjoys e-bikes as a recreational hobby, and sharing that interest and knowledge with others on this forum. Who exactly are you, and who are you affiliated with in the e-bike industry?

The premise of your original, and additional posts, are entirely rhetorical in nature, completely unhelpful to any prospective buyer, comparing bikes that are of completely different design - all coming from someone who isn't themselves interested apparently in either of the products they are discussing. Can you not see how that makes no sense to literally everyone else here?

By the way, I typed /thread on April 18th - why didn't that end the discussion?!
 
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