Yes they did put me off with pricing at beginning ..were both busy it seemed but much change with price of same bike is off putting and makes me wonder they arent worth itWobbly pricing doesn't sound good... Inflated £500 within seconds. Do you want to spend that much anyway? It's hard to see what those are without model numbers. From what I've seen of Haibikes and other Bosch motored ebikes.. they do seem to be a right expensive pains to get fixed. A ready made e-bike that you have a chance of repairing yourself, would be better for the long term, and those tend to be cheaper. Or you could get a decent bike to convert and a kit - when bits break down, spares are usually easy and cheap to buy.
i think buying from somewhere like Trek would be best way as least id be getting split new and so no problems and if there was within a short time they would surely see to that
im sure some bikes have a free guarantee to some parts for 1 yr or so ? He did say had Wisper sending him a few bikes nxt month and i just said yes heard they alike Woosh are a good company ive heard ..
But again it is easier to take a bike back to a store where bought and can ask such things before you buy from them ..regards Haibikes man in store said would get parts for it
even when i said out of EU now ..but again sales them people are looking for i know ..sturdy bikes they were but with the derailleur gears which i prefer gearing inside hub of bike ..I do see they are pricey .. As for fixing bikes i aint good at DIY regards ebikes at all ..Its an raleigh bike i have had for some yrs now and although looked after the bike its the hills do me in nowadays ..has gears inside hub and rack on back ^ cromally is frame is the metal ..