It's easy to adjust the seat and allows a maximum rider weight of 120kg.
Of course at £429 it's a fairly basic, "one-size-fits-most" bike, as we found in our review. It's not the best suited for hills, but the motor will give you a boost to ease the climb. Motor controls are mounted on the left handlebars, but it won't display your speed.
A current offer on the bike includes get 20% off bike racks. The Assist allows pannier rack attachments up to 25kg.
Overall, the Assist Hybrid is a good choice for straightforward, non-hilly commutes. You can have it delivered right to your home or choose to click and collect when you order the Assist from Halfords.
If you want to peruse other more powerful e-bikes, see our round up the best electric bikes.