Specialized Turbo Levo SL Comp
The frame and motor have virtually irreproachable performance, but its spec seriously limits the potential
- Adjustable geometry that feels great on the trail; good battery life; powerful motor; comfy seat and grips
- Suspension-damper function limited; puncture-prone tyres; asking price not equitable to performance on tap
Specialized really broke the e-MTB mold when they created the new Turbo Levo SL. It has the same geometry and looks quite similar to their regular Stumpjumper models, but hidden inside the frame are an integrated 320Wh battery and the compact Specialized 1.1...
- Lightweight for an e-bike
- Normal trail bike feel
- Range extender battery
- Quiet motor
- Less battery storage capacity
- Less powerful drive unit
The Specialized S-Works Turbo Levo SL is more EPO injection than eMTB. The intuitive and natural handling make it a great bike for everyone, especially downhill. It’s a great all-rounder and, thanks to the weak motor, also suitable for long rides. However,...
- intuitive handling
- motor delivers a very natural ride feel
- successful integration of the motor-battery system
- modular battery concept with range extender
- lack of smoothness at high speed and little support from the suspension
- puncture-prone rear tire
The bold drive concept is cleverly implemented and makes the Specialized S-Works Turbo Levo SL the underdog in this test. Despite the small battery, it achieves a decent range and provides a high level of comfort on long rides – assuming you’re fairly...
- modular battery concept
- excellent implementation of the drive concept
- very agile and playful
- the concept bridges analogue and electric MTBs
- cockpit ergonomics
- technical climbs
The new Specialized Turbo Levo v3 e-mountain bike is an absolute ripper, perfectly at home on gnarly singletrack, groomed flow trail, and everything in between. It maintains composure and kept me in control on some incredibly technical sections, while turning...
Specialized absolutely nailed it with the new Levo. Yes, the price hurts my heart every time I see it, but that actual performance of the bike puts it above any other eMTB I've ridden. The adjustable geometry, quiet motor, smooth power delivery, and a battery...
Review - 2022 Specialized Turbo Levo Pro eMTB The cost of admission is high but Specialized is delivering the goods with its newest Levo.
- Very quiet
- Brilliant power transfer
- Excellent suspension feel
- Long battery life
- It's real purdy
- Well-rounded and comfortable
- Short rear end on steep climbs (larger sizes)
- Rear tire's light casing
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FAQ Specialized Turbo Levo SL Comp
What material is the frame of the Specialized Turbo Levo SL Comp?
The Specialized Turbo Levo SL Comp ist crafted with Aluminum
What is the recommended price given by the manufacturer Specialized?
The SRP Price is our information at 6000 EUR