We’ve been writing reviews of electric scooters for several years, and have recently come across two new models: the Apollo Phantom and the Ghost. We’ve been debating these models, and are able to compare their key features and performance, including their impressive build quality, easy setup, and real-world mileage. To help you decide which one is right for you, we’ve put together this Apollo Phantom Vs Ghost – Apollo Scooter Review 2022
Phaeton Vs Ghost
The Phantom Scooter is a very capable ride, thanks to a quadruple spring suspension system. Compared to the Apollo Ghost, it is very stable and easy to handle, making it a great option for both city streets and light off-road riding. This scooter is equipped with dual disc brakes and a best-in-class lighting package. Its comprehensive feature set includes a built-in 1000-lumen headlight and real turn signals.
A large LED headlight and front and rear deck lights make it extremely visible from a variety of angles. The lights also have an orange indicator that flashes when you activate a button. You can use the indicators to signal other vehicles or charge your mobile device. For safety, this scooter has an IP54 rating. It also has a small front fender and rear fenders.
Quadruple spring suspension
The new quadruple spring suspension on the new Apollo Phantom is an excellent addition to an already great scooter. The suspension system on both scooters is designed to absorb shock and vibration and improve damping when riding on rough surfaces. The Phantom’s wheels are 3.25 inches wide, which means more grip on the road. Additionally, the fenders are designed for improved handling, with 7.1 inches of ground clearance.
The Ghost stands out from its competitors because of its speed and comfort. Its suspension system is adjustable, and the dual springs absorb surface vibrations for an extremely smooth ride on uneven terrain. It is also equipped with an LED lighting system and a striking blue deck light. While both scooters have impressive performance, the Ghost is our top pick for its smooth ride quality.
Easy to set up
When you’re first getting your new scooter, there are a few things you should be aware of. One of the most important things is the ease of set up. Both scooters are simple to assemble, but they’re different in terms of setup. While the YouTube video for the Phantom shows a step-by-step process, the Ghost is far more user-friendly. It also comes with a written user guide and customer service.
The Phantom offers a smooth ride. Its dual swingarm springs are easy to adjust, allowing it to get up and down hills with ease. Its fender supports and handlebars are lined with grip tape, and its frame has 5.5 inches of ground clearance. The handlebar and deck have grip tape and an ergonomic trigger throttle. The Ghost also has a lengthened stem and reinforced footrest.
We’ve discussed the performance of both the Phantom and Ghost, but how do they compare in real-world mileage? Here’s a rundown of the Ghost’s pros and cons, and a comparison of their top speeds. The Phantom’s top speed is 16 mph, while the Ghost hovers around 25 mph. It’s difficult to get the most out of either vehicle, but we’re impressed by its ride quality.
The Apollo Ghost’s beefy construction is a plus. The forged aluminium frame offers excellent durability while keeping the overall weight low. The Ghost’s solid frame is hollowed out for a lightweight, rugged exterior. The Ghost is also slightly more expensive than the Phantom, so buyers should expect to pay more for it. While the Ghost is priced higher than the Phantom, you’ll probably be getting the best deal.