This guide examines twelve popular models of Pride scooters, including two that are no longer in production but remain popular selections still widely in use. After providing brief descriptions, ratings, and price information for each of these models, this guide offers other helpful information about how and where to purchase new and used models, find accessories, and seek repairs for these products.
12 Popular Pride Scooters Models
The Go-Go family includes a variety of scooters that serve various populations. Ranging from the basic ES-2 to the comprehensive Sport, they each offer value and reliability to the user.
The compact and lightweight ES-2 combines affordability and practicality for a beginning user who seeks a three-wheel unit. There are some limitations, such as that the scooter does not disassemble and the seat is fixed rather than being able to swivel. However, the unit will fit in most trunks with the seat removed. Good for both indoor and outdoor journeys, this model offers two different speed settings and great value.
The Elite Traveller is a mid-range alternative that can be easily disassembled and can handle operators who weigh up to 300 pounds. Able to travel nearly eleven miles between charges, this lightweight model comes in either a three- or four-wheel version that offers great versatility for those who need a scooter that offers reliable performance without the necessary for faster travel.
Another mid-range option in the Go-Go family, the Sport combines a roomier ride with the ability to disassemble a scooter for easy storage or transport. Able to fit in the trunk or back of most vehicles when taken apart, the Sport handles the largest weight and goes the greatest distance between charges among the Go-Go models available.
The four-wheel Folding model has a tight-turning radius that combines the maneuverability one gets from three-wheels with the stability offered by a more full-size model. It handles turns comfortably with anti-tipping features on the sides. Foldable in form, one does not need to disassemble this unit to get it to fit in many spaces.
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The Victory series offered by Pride includes both three- and four-wheel models, all of which have a reputation for offering dependable service. The Victory 9 and 10 series models have maximum speeds slightly above 5 miles per hour, while the LX Sport reaches eight miles per hour. Time between recharges varies, as does upper weight capacity.
Victory 9 models come with either three or four wheels. These sturdy models work either indoors or outside, and have the ability to disassemble for easy transport or storage. The Victory 9 series combines high quality and affordable prices. The Victory 10 and 10.2 series offer enhancements over the base model. The Victory 10 comes with three wheels, and the Victory 10.2 is available with either three or four wheels. The Victory LX Sport is a preferred option for longer rides and outdoor travel.
For those needing mobility in relatively tight areas, the Travel Pro is a great option to consider. Budget priced and able to maneuver in compact spaces, this three-wheel model makes sharp turns without difficulty. A front-end basket allows for the carrying of some items on a scooter that has consistently received recognition as a great starter-scooter for first-time owners and a reliable alternative for those who use their scooter primarily indoors and on smooth surfaces.
The limited ability of the battery to hold its charge limits its use for long-distance outdoor use, especially on rough surfaces. For basic use at home and in stores, the Travel Pro is a perfect alternative for those seeking a low-price option.
The longest, widest, and most expensive Pride model in this review, the recently-introduced Baja Wrangler meets the needs of those who want to experience the great outdoors and other places away from the narrow and tightly confined places in most homes. Take the Wrangler to locations such as trails that other scooters have difficulty navigating. Front and rear wheels offer a smooth ride and better performance due to the Comfort-Trac Suspension in this model.
In addition to its durability, the Wrangler offers comfort. Hazard and directional lights allow you to clearly share your intentions with others near you while operating this scooter. The unit has both a hydraulic handbreak and dual hydraulic brakes for easy and quick stopping. The LED display keeps you informed of important information, such as the temperature, miles driven, and battery status. A USB charger provides a way to keep your cellphone or other electronic devices fully available.
The four-wheel Maxima scooter provides a sturdy, durable frame and engine capable of transporting a person weighing up to 500 pounds. With its heavy-duty seat and drivetrain, this scooter has an easy-to-access charging port that is located on the tiller, upgraded electronics, and a lap belt that is 60 inches in length. The one-piece frame has a strong motor that efficiently uses the battery, allowing for longer periods between charges.
The Maxima may not be appropriate for areas that have only a few areas to turn around, since this scooter requires at least 54 inches in turning radius. Cluttered spaces, rooms in many assisted living facilities, and businesses with narrow aisles may pose navigation problems. The bulk of this scooter -- weighing 252 pounds without a battery installed -- means it is best transported with a vehicle lift.
The Raptor combines speed and a sleek design for those who need to travel away from home. Nearly 60 inches long and 24.75 inches wide, this scooter works best in spaces without tight paths or obstructions. A rear cabinet offers a secure, lockable area to store items when navigating this three-wheel scooter between destinations.
The distance possible for a single charge depends on the weight of the operator. A person weighing 220 lbs and operating the Raptor at lower speeds can expect up to 31 miles between charges, while an individual weighing the maximum weight of 400 lbs and operating the mobility scooter at full speed will travel approximately 19 miles on a single charge. Perfect for retirement communities, indoor shopping centers with wider aisles, and similar venues, the Raptor has a seat support rod, adjustable armrests, and limited reclining capability.
The Jazzy Zero Turn 8 scooter is a perfect companion for use around the home and short trips. With a top speed of four miles per hour, its design offers perfect mobility as a stable, reliable unit for those who need a scooter in their residence, as well as one that can easily be disassembled for storage or transport in other locations. Easy to charge with a port located on the tiller, the Zero Turn 8's ergonomic wraparound handles, dual motors, and resilient suspension guarantee years of reliable service.
The Jazzy Zero Turn is a great choice for those who require a scooter that can negotiate small spaces and turn in tight corners. With its iTurn Technology, it performs these tasks effortlessly. This four-wheel model offers a variety of features and includes a convenient front-loading basket.
Available in three- and four-wheel models, the Revo 2.0 is a durable scooter perfect for users with dexterity challenges, especially larger users. Able to accommodate operators who weigh up to 400 pounds, this scooter is a great choice for those who need to travel distances, as well as take shorter journeys. The Revo separates into four pieces for easy storage or transport if one does not want to add a scooter lift to the back of their automobile.
Designed for indoor and outdoor use, the Revo 2.0 has Comfort-Trac suspension that makes it a great travel companion along less-than-smooth terrain. An underseat storage area and front-loading basket provide ample storage for most users and short trips. Unlike smaller models limited mostly to home or indoor use, this full-size model emphasizes flexibility for those who wish to continue an active lifestyle, and one not limited to smooth, paved surfaces.
The iRide is a great choice for someone who needs a lightweight scooter perfect for travelling through airport terminals or packing into limited cargo or storage spaces. Weighing less than 33 pounds with its 4.5 pound battery removed and seat detached, the iRide is one of the easiest scooters to lift and carry. Navigated with a simple twist throttle, this scooter can get through narrow spaces and turn easily, compensating in part for the lack of a reverse gear. In addition to the foot brake, this scooter has a manual hand brake.
Slower than the high-end models, the iRide focuses on users who choose a lightweight mobility device best suited for a limited storage space, frequent travel in paved areas (such as airports, dwellings, or hotels), and do not plan longer outdoor journeys on rough or unimproved surfaces.
The Zero Turn 10 incorporates iTurn Technology to make indoor and outdoor operation a pleasurable experience. The ZT 10's sturdy frame allows the operator to transition between rough outdoor terrain and smooth indoor settings with little difficulty. Flipping armrests allow for easy entry and exit from the scooter. The sliding seat allows for back and forward shifting so that operators with shorter or longer legs can drive the ZT 10 with little difficulty.
This four-wheel scooter with two-wheel drive offers the power necessary to traverse uneven surfaces, such as unpaved recreational trails. The three-speed motor provides greater flexibility to travel in different terrain and environments. A USB charging port allows the user to recharge phones or other small electronic devices. The ZT 10 can be disassembled into four pieces and fits in most automobile trunks.
Where to Find and Buy Pride Scooters Online or Nearby
Pride Mobility works in partnership with a variety of dealers throughout the United States. Retail prices and other charges may vary by location, so a wise shopper will search for the dealers that directly receive scooters from Pride Mobility, as well as other widely used e-commerce websites. If you choose to purchase a scooter from outside of the Pride Mobility dealership network, carefully review the conditions and agreements to ensure that you receive a product that meets your expectations.
Where to Find and Buy Used Pride Scooters
Purchasing a used scooter requires extra diligence and research. While you may find scooters for sale in classified ads and a variety of online resources, exercise caution and ask questions before sending any form of payment. One portal that has successfully connected many buyers and sellers is BuySellWheelchairs.com, a site that includes wheelchairs as well as mobility scooters.
Locations to Secure Parts and Accessories for Pride Scooters
If you need to purchase parts and accessories specifically designed for your Pride Mobility scooter, you should first check with authorized dealers. Also, review the owner's manuals that Pride Mobility has made available if you have any questions about how parts work with one another on your scooter. There are some sites not affiliated that may sell parts that work with Pride Mobility scooters. Carefully research these parts for compatibility and confirm return policies for these vendors before making any purchase from them.
Troubleshooting and Repair
If you have any problems with your Pride Mobility scooter, be sure to check the warranty information to see what repairs may be covered. The company's mobility scooter repair service webpage offers helpful information.
Pride Mobility Scooters: Specs Comparison Chart
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Go-Go Folding Scooter (4-wheel)
Pride Mobility Scooter Manuals: Links to Online Manuals for Pride Scooters
Pride Mobility opens doors by offering people improved access options. This guide reflects prices and reviews current as of June 2022. New models and other changes may appear in the future.