The bike came mostly assembleded and it was not difficult to finish, although I had (experienced) help.
Only point is that the stickers that came on the bike are absolutely different. It came with another name (Hyper) paintend on it. I carefully looked the reference in the box and it was identified as the Next Plus in the invoice. After carefull look on the picture at the site and the physical bike and its manual, I realized they were the same, only with a different stick. But the reference is poor (in fact, there isn't any): I could not find a Walmart reference number on the site to confirm they were the same.
Although it is aluminium frame, its is quite heavy and the welding is very careless made. Besides the welding, the weight and the not soft seat, it looks like a more expensive bike. I have used it very little, but the gears seem to be of good quality.
The manual is outdated and the bike came with better features than in the manual. I read another review where the customer complained that it arrived with no bolts and nuts, but it doesn't need them, although the manual indicate some.
Besides the lack of good info, the product seems very good for the price. Just be aware that some accessories (it is necessary to buy the tools ($15) for assembling and also lights etc) can significantly increase the final cost. Enjoy your bike!
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