After hand-selecting the top-performing models from a choice of 120 adult electric scooters and testing them for 6 months, we’ve gathered a list of the best 6.
We also listened to your feedback about how much you'd be willing to spend on an electric scooter and so, we've included models for all budgets ranging from $450 to $999.
Take a closer look at our recommendations by viewing the scooters in the categories below.
Or, if you'd rather view the scooters by performance (e.g. top speed, range, braking, etc), or by type (e.g. for heavy adults, portability, etc), click on either of the below.
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Budget Electric Scooters For Adults
You'd be forgiven for thinking that a budget of $500 will only get you an electric scooter suitable for kids or one that will slowly disintegrate after your first 100 miles.
Luckily, the Turboant M10 is here to prove you wrong. This scooter is well-built, comfortable to ride, and delivers exceptional value for money.
Why We Recommend It:
When you're shopping on a budget, you have to make a few compromises, but Turboant have done a great job with the M10 – they've successfully kept the price down while still delivering an impressive scooter that’s perfectly suited for first-timers, commuters, and casual riders. At this price, you're not going to get features like folding handlebars and suspension, but you do get 10-inch pneumatic tires, a maximum range of up to 18 miles, and an IP54 water-resistance rating.
Firstly, let's look at the motor and see how fast you can expect to go. The Turboant M10 is the fastest scooter that you can get for less than $500. As long as it's in sports mode, you'll have no trouble reaching 20 mph. That's some serious speed for a scooter of this price, and it's more than enough to shorten your commuting time and ensure that you can hold your own in the cycle lane.
The acceleration isn't too shabby, either. If you're heavy on the throttle, the 350W rear hub motor will take you up to 15 mph in 7.6 seconds.
With speed and acceleration like this, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the M10 can't possibly have a good battery. Well, I'm here to tell you that's not the case. While the 36V 7.5Ah battery isn't as big as those you'll find In the other more expensive scooters on this list, it still does its job to a high standard. In ideal conditions (i.e. riding slowly), you can travel for 18 miles on a single 5-hour charge. That should be enough for most commutes, and the short charging time means that you can take your charger to work and have the battery ready to go long before heading home. On the other hand, if you rip the throttle and ride the M10 at full pelt, you can get 11 miles.
When it comes to braking performance, Turboant has installed a fast-acting dual-brake system that pairs a rear disc brake with an electronic brake. Together they can bring you to a complete stop from 15 mph in 4.9 meters. That being said, one small drawback is the positioning of the brake lever. It's mounted on the handlebars at an angle that makes it slightly tricky to twist your hand and fingers around it (I need to note here that this is only an issue for riders who are taller than 6 ft).
If you need to pick your scooter up or store it, you can rest easy knowing that the aluminum frame is easy to fold and incredibly light. With a weight of 29.8 lbs and a simple folding and locking mechanism, the M10 is portable. The only drawback is that handlebars don't fold, so it's not quite as compact as the Horizon.
Even though you don't get any suspension, the two large pneumatic tires do an admirable job of cushioning against bumps and keeping you comfortable. That said, you'll want to stick to flat roads and avoid any dirt tracks for the best performance.
Let's turn our attention to the display and controls. The display screen is elongated to sit flush with the handlebars. Here you can see your speed and battery life. While most other displays stack information, all the key stats are presented horizontally making them easy to see at a glance. The controls include two buttons that allow you to change riding mode and activate the headlight. To the right of the display, you get a finger throttle that enables cruise control if held in the same position while maintaining a constant speed.
The Turboant M10 may be a budget electric scooter but it packs more features and higher performance than anything else you'll find at this price.
Turboant X7 Max
Turboant has a long history of redefining what to expect from budget scooters; the X7 Pro took the electric scooter world by storm with its high specs, low price, and detachable battery.
Now, the new Turboant X7 Max has exploded onto the scene complete with rider-focused upgrades including a larger frame, a longer range, and a much-needed facelift. The Max is the juiced-up big bro of the Pro; it’s bigger, it’s better, and it costs less than $600.
From its detachable battery pack that enables you to extend its range indefinitely, to its lavish 10-inch pneumatic tires that soak up vibrations from city streets, it’s clear to see why the X7 Max was voted by thousands of scooter fans as both the Best Overall Electric Scooter and the Best Electric Scooter for Adults in our annual Electric Scooter Insider Awards.
Why We Recommend It:
With the X7 Max, Turboant has gone all-out to raise the bar. They’ve listened carefully to feedback from their customers and have made several impressive changes to improve their latest model.
Even the tallest riders will now find it easy to get comfortable on the Max with its tall stem, wide handlebars, and spacious tapered deck. However, the improvements aren’t just to its size and structure; an update to the drivetrain software and hardware means that the range has been extended from 30 miles to 32 miles, despite the battery remaining the same.
One of the main reasons why so many people fell head over heels for the X7 Pro was its detachable battery. I’m sure you’ll be pleased to hear that this is still one of the Max’s stand-out features. But what’s so special about a detachable battery, I hear you ask? Well, it’s a simple feature that significantly expands the capabilities of your scooter, and what’s more, only a tiny fraction of electric scooters have them.
With most scooters, you have to carry the entire frame to a power outlet when you need to recharge. But with the X7 Max, it’s a much simpler process because you only need to take the battery.
The most notable reason why detachable batteries are so popular, though, is that you can purchase additional units, charge them, carry them with you, and extend your scooter's range indefinitely. Turboant sells additional batteries for $219.98, meaning you can take your scooter from 32 miles to 64 miles for a total cost of just $819.98. Compared to scooters that achieve this type of mileage, the X7 Max is 45% cheaper.
And, while the battery is almost identical to that on the X7 Pro, the new design comes with one major improvement – it now has a keylock to keep it secure and prevent it from being stolen.
While the detachable battery pack is an impressive feature, it could be easy to misjudge the X7 Max as a one-trick pony, but it’s far from this. It’s powered by a 350W brushless motor, and while this isn’t record-breaking, it delivers solid all-around performance with a top speed of 20 mph. What’s more, the Max leaves more expensive scooters – like the GoTrax GMAX Ultra ($849) – that share the same motor in the dust when it comes to acceleration. Here, the X7 Max accelerates to 15 mph in 6.9 seconds, beating its more expensive rival by 14%. It also outpaces its predecessor (7.1 seconds).
This level of performance is ideal for an electric scooter that prioritizes functionality, portability, and convenience. With a weight of just 34 lbs and a newly improved one-click folding and locking mechanism, it’s perfect for anyone looking to speed up their daily commute.
The aerospace-grade aluminum frame and well-made components also demonstrate exceptional build quality and won’t let you down when you’re rushing to get to that first Monday morning meeting. Alongside the grippy rubberized deck, rock solid stem, and impressive 275 lbs load capacity, it’s perfectly primed for all riders, no matter how you use the scooter – whether that's commuting, daily errands, or simply just a fun way to get around the city at weekends.
Even the brakes promise excellent performance thanks to more effective components. Fans of the Turboant X7 Pro may be looking out for the fender brake, but, thankfully, Turboant’s designers decided to leave it out of the design blueprint this time around. In theory, a fender stomp brake may seem like a great idea, but, as I previously reported, if you use it too often or at high speeds, you quickly wear the rear tire down. To make up for this, the Max comes with a dual braking system that features a front electronic brake and a rear disc brake. Together they provide balanced control.
What surprised me the most, though, was that the braking power of the X7 Max has been significantly increased. Newly-calibrated brake pads are responsible for a 40% improvement in stopping distance compared to the X7 Pro. When you slam both brakes on you’ll stop completely in just 3.0 meters.
The chart-topping performance of the X7 Max continues when we consider its ride quality. Despite not having suspension – 99% of scooters under $600 don’t – the X7 Max offers a surprisingly comfortable ride thanks to its 10-inch pneumatic tires. The tires provide a thick layer of air that cushions the scooter from the road. Plus, with thick sidewalls, the risk of pinch flats has been greatly reduced. All told, the tires sport a profile that not only smooths out the bumps and lumps of urban landscapes but is at home when carving from side to side, making it incredibly agile.
Another sneaky upgrade that the less observant may not have noticed yet can be found on the display. While the screen remains the same shape and size, the interface has been refreshed. The digits are better spaced, larger, and easier to see. This makes it much more convenient when you need to keep tabs on your speed, distance, and battery life.
Other controls can be found on the handlebars including the all-in-one command center that is the thumb throttle (the same as that on the Pro, but a step up from the Turboant M10 which has a finger throttle). Unlike other scooters that spread their controls across their cockpit, the thumb throttle on the X7 Max is home to the buttons to control the scooter’s power, riding modes, and lights. It’s the most ergonomic setup of all budget electric scooters.
Down from the handlebars is a headlight that has been seamlessly integrated into the top of the stem to allow for a high beam. There’s also a bright taillight that flashes when you brake. For a scooter of its price, its lighting rig is one of the best, but I recommend purchasing an extra clip-on headlight before heading out after dark.
After this whistle-stop tour of Turboant X7 Max, I’m sure you’re as impressed as I was when I first got my hands on this little whipper snapper. Not only does the Max share everything great about the Pro, but it now comes with a host of value-added additions. This is an exceptional scooter that offers more value than its budget price tag may lead you to believe.
GoTrax is well known for its range of budget electric scooters, and the G4 is a great example of their ability to deliver excellent performance and great value at a surprisingly low price.
With a 25-mile range and a top speed of 20 mph, combined with various valuable features, this scooter could be just what you're looking for.
Why We Recommend It:
The G4 is a feature-rich, forward-thinking model that’s perfectly suited to the adult rider. With luxuries and specs of scooters beyond its price tag, it's expertly constructed and packed with value.
The 36V 10.4Ah battery provides a range of up to 25 miles on a single 5-hour charge, and it's paired with a 350W motor that will take you up to 20 mph. What's more, you also get 10-inch air-filled tires, a battery management system, cruise control, LED lights, and a built-in cable and digital lock for enhanced security.
Although there are lighter scooters, the aluminum frame folds down with a simple-to-use mechanism. Plus, its weight of 36 lbs and thin stem make it a breeze to carry.
When I got the G4 out on the roads, I was reminded of how much difference an air tire makes to ride comfort. At this price, you’re never going to get a scooter with a suspension system, but large pneumatic tires like these go a long way to smoothing out the vibrations of everyday riding. Some people prefer solid tires because they're resistant to punctures, but they lack shock absorption. As a result, the large tires are one of the G4’s secret weapons that propel it above its competition for ride quality.
Even better is that if you are concerned about getting a puncture, the smart people at GoTrax thought ahead and added an internal layer of puncture-resistant tire slime. This is a thick viscous substance that flows into any punctures up to 6 mm deep, effectively sealing them so you can continue on your way with no problems.
One small concern with the G4 is that its acceleration doesn't quite match the rest of its specs. If you want to get to the maximum speed of 20 mph, it will take 12 seconds. This isn't slow, but it's not as quick as other models that have the same size motor. The main cause for the slower acceleration rate is that the G4 carries extra weight than its rivals. If acceleration matters to you, check out the Turboant M10.
When it comes to braking, you get a dual system featuring a mechanical disc brake and an electronic brake. Previously, both brakes were directed towards the rear wheel, but recent upgrades to the G4 have shifted the electronic brake to the front wheel to spread out the stopping power to deliver more reliable braking performance.
Controlling the scooter and keeping an eye on your speed requires an efficient central display, and the G4 doesn't disappoint. The LCD screen is larger and more prominent than the other scooters that came before it on this list. It's slightly raised from the handlebars and lets you monitor your speed, range, and battery level. Disappointingly, while testing, we did find the battery reader to be inaccurate – you can find out more about this in our full review. Close to the display and within easy reach of your left thumb, you'll find the clickable controls for the digital lock, lights, and riding modes.
In all aspects, from its looks to ride comfort and performance to functionality, the G4 delivers a well-rounded package that justifies its price tag. While there are a few minor flaws, you can easily overlook them when considering the price and huge stack of extra features.
Mid-Range Electric Scooter For Adults
With the perfect combination of quality, performance, and an incredible price, the Horizon 10.4 is, without a doubt, one of the best electric scooters for adults.
The telescopic stem, foldable handlebars, and carry handle make it exceptionally portable, while the ergonomic thumb throttle, simple-to-use controls, and maneuverability aid the Horizon’s draw as a go-to entry-level scooter.
Alongside a full suspension system, torquey 48V 500W motor, and a tire profile that enables both traction and nimbleness, it's easy to see why the Horizon 10.4 is a top-selling model.
Why We Recommend It:
With tons of style, the Horizon is a practical scooter that delivers in every way. Against other scooters of this price, it comes out top in everything from ride quality and speed to mileage and hill-climbing. From its compact design, impressive load-bearing capability, and the perfect blend of spring and air shock suspension, the Horizon is ideal for all types of riders.
Budget scooter brands like GoTrax and Turboant are excellent if you're strapped for cash, but if you've got a bit more to spend, the Horizon is a big step up. It's more portable, has a more powerful motor, and even gives many more expensive models a run for their money.
The 500W motor is at the heart of what makes this an able competitor against other models. It's positioned in the rear wheel hub where it delivers an extra burst of speed whenever you need it. Consequently, it reaches a top speed of 25 mph and accelerates to 15 mph in just 5.2 seconds. This makes it faster than many of the scooters in its price class.
As well as providing decent torque on the flat, this is a scooter that can also manage some hills. While you still shouldn't expect to go flying up and down every hill, the Horizon can climb most gradual inclines.
In addition to the nippy top speed, the 48V 10.4Ah battery delivers an impressive range of 23 miles and, as to be expected, the Horizon is equipped with reliable brakes. It comes with a rear drum brake and a regenerative braking system that can be adjusted. However, it must be noted that while you can depend on the brakes to bring you to a halt, all the braking power is directed towards the rear wheel. As a result, braking performance isn’t as strong as those scooters which apply brakes to both wheels.
At 40 lbs, this scooter is heavier than those earlier in the list. However, this is balanced out by its compact, foldable frame. The telescopic stem, foldable handlebars, and main folding mechanism mean that the Horizon can be carried under your arm or packed away into a small space. In fact, when completely folded, it measures just 38.6 inches long, 7.1 inches wide, and 14.6 inches high. What makes the difference here is the handlebars. Once you've had your first scooter with folding handlebars, every other scooter afterward will feel large and cumbersome in comparison.
Alongside its portability credentials, it provides a comfortably smooth and steady ride. At 7.5 inches, the deck is wider than most scooters giving you extra space to arrange your feet comfortably. Supporting the deck is a front pneumatic tire and a solid rubber one at the rear. In most cases, the solid tire would affect the comfort of the ride. However, because it's paired with an effective suspension system, the Horizon not only delivers a scooter that is low maintenance – because it's less susceptible to flats – but provides a high level of comfort. Also, the telescopic stem allows you to adjust the handlebars to a height that is most comfortable for you.
When it comes to displays the first edition of the Horizon was equipped with a QS-S4 display. This was, and still is, a standard fixture on many electric scooters – from those costing several hundred dollars to those that will set you back more than a few thousand. It came with several features that allowed you to make adjustments to tailor the scooter to your preferences. For example, you could switch between kick-to-start or zero-start modes, and adjust the intensity of the regenerative brakes.
The new V2 model, however, replaces the QS-S4 with a new display that resembles the same design that we’ve seen on the INOKIM Ox and OxO – two significantly more expensive scooters. There's a good reason for this upgrade. You see, the QS-S4 wasn’t just a screen that gave you an insight into your scooter’s stats and settings, it also came pre-fitted with a finger throttle. After having ridden countless electric scooters for thousands of miles, I can confidently say that thumb throttles are far more comfortable to use than those of the finger variety. Finger throttles, unfortunately, force you to adopt a claw-like position to pull down on the throttle. Thumb throttles, on the other hand, offer a more ergonomic and natural hand position that allows you to modulate your speed with ease.
As you’ll have seen by now, the Horizon is an all-rounder. It provides many of the features you'd expect from significantly more expensive models and combines it with a beginner-friendly interface, compact frame, and reliable ride quality. At the excellent price of $799 what more could you ask for?
GoTax GMAX Ultra
The GMAX Ultra is the pinnacle of the GoTrax scooter line. With the Ultra, GoTrax has made everything bigger and better yet still managed to keep the price down.
It has a stylish matte black finish, a sleek frame, and a durable build. It even introduces built-in cable and digital locks to create a scooter that is feature rich.
The 350W motor is the same as that on the GoTrax’s previous models – including the G4 – but now it’s powered by a high-quality LG battery.
The 36V 17.5Ah battery provides a big advantage over the rest of the scooters in this lineup. Premium batteries like those from LG can sustain a higher performance level for much longer than the standard batteries found in many other scooters. Consequently, you can rely on the GMAX Ultra to maintain peak performance for hundreds more charge cycles.
With all it has to offer, it looks and rides like a significantly more expensive electric scooter.
Why We Recommend It:
Unlike the previously listed Horizon 10.4, the GMAX Ultra doesn’t have any form of traditional suspension. However, our testing still revealed it to be a supremely comfortable urban scooter. This is down to the spacious frame and 10-inch pneumatic tires. Filled with air, they act as an effective shock absorber and smooth out your ride to protect you from bumps and vibrations. It’s worth sticking to flat, well-maintained surfaces, though, as the Ultra is not suitable for rough tracks or off-road adventures.
Weighing in at 46 lbs it’s amongst the heaviest scooter on our list, but in return is a level of sturdiness that is achieved from its well-balanced frame. The build quality is surprisingly good, too, and you won’t notice any creaks, rattles, or wobbles even if you take it up to its 20 mph top speed.
At this weight it doesn’t fall under the 42 lb threshold that I tend to use for most commuter scooters; however, it’s still light enough to be portable. Besides, the thin stem enables you to lift and carry the scooter one-handed. Also, the one-click folding mechanism adds to its portability credentials to ensure that it’s still a great option for riders looking for an affordable model that they carry from place to place.
Another excellent reason why we recommend the GMAX Ultra is because of its extraordinary 45-mile range. This is more than enough to dismantle the entire lineup of scooters in both its weight and price classes. And, with a recharge time of approximately 5 hours, you can have it back out on the road relatively quickly.
On the handlebars, the Ultra has a large elongated hexagonally-shaped display that shows your speed, distance traveled, and battery life. It has a simple design and is easy to read so long as it’s not too bright out.
There are other controls including a trio of buttons and a thumb throttle, too. They let you control the scooter’s speed, activate the lights, switch riding mode, and engage the cruise control function. You can even set a 4-digit code that, until entered, will engage a digital lock. Here, the lock prevents the scooter from being rolled away by engaging the electronic brake.
Other useful features include the built-in cable lock, an IPX4 water resistance rating, and a high-mounted headlight. All are welcome additions that pile on the value of this scooter. However, it’s worth noting that the headlight, although mounted up high on the stem, is not bright enough for night rides. If you want to head out in low light or at night, I advise buying an additional clip-on light.
Now it’s time to consider performance; the 350W motor gives it a top speed of 20 mph which is ideal for busy city streets. It’s enough to overtake other road users yet it’s slow enough to ensure that you always remain in full control while passing through congested areas.
When it comes to acceleration, it's relatively slow and will get from 0 to 15 mph in 8.0 seconds. That’s not as quick as its predecessor – the GoTrax G4 – which can do it in 6.3 seconds. This clearly won’t break any records, but we found that it was adequate for urban areas and also matched the needs of most beginner riders.
If there are hills on your daily commute the Ultra will be fine as long as they aren’t too challenging. Any steep inclines – like those found in San Francisco – will require an electric scooter with dual motors, like the SPLACH Twin.
As for the brakes, it is equipped with a front-mounted electronic brake and a rear mechanical disc brake. The regenerative brake is built into the brake lever via a sensor. When you pull on the lever, the sensor will detect that you are braking and will kick the electronic braking system into action. With both brakes working simultaneously, you’ll come to a stop from 15 mph in 5.3 meters. This isn’t the best that we’ve tested, but it’s somewhat in line with the average of other scooters that we consider as its rivals.
This superb scooter has become an industry favorite, and it’s easy to see why. Packing far more premium features than many other scooters in its class, the GoTrax GMAX Ultra is the perfect model for those looking for a high-performing and long-lasting scooter that they can rely on for many years to come.
Premium Electric Scooters For Adults
With twin 600W motors, the SPLACH Twin delivers unbeatable power combined with first-class suspension and exceptional portability.
Based on the same frame as the popular SPLACH Turbo Plus, the Twin is a significant upgrade suitable for riders who are searching for a scooter with more power and vast amounts of bang for your buck.
Why We Recommend It:
The curb appeal and ride quality that has endeared the SPLACH range to many experienced riders is back with the SPLACH Twin. Not only do you get the sporty aesthetic and comfortable front and rear adjustable spring suspension that SPLACH is known for, but now you benefit from dual 600W motors, meaning you can quickly switch from single to twin mode to give you that extra torque when you need it most.
With two motors comes a host of extra benefits. As well as extra power and a high top speed of 28 mph, you can adjust your power usage by switching between one and two motors. For example, you can achieve a range of 20 miles when using both motors, but if you opt to use only one, you can reach up to 28 miles.
Thanks to the second motor, when it comes to acceleration, the SPLACH Twin leaves all the other scooters on this list in the dust. In fact, there are no other dual-motor scooters at this price point, putting the Twin’s similarly-priced competitors at a significant disadvantage. The power of the motors will get you to 15 mph in a mere 3.0 seconds and to 25 mph in just 6.1. The extra torque also comes in handy when you need to go up a hill.
At 53 lbs, the SPLACH Twin is on the heavy side. However, it has an intuitive folding mechanism, telescopic stem, and foldable handlebars. These all serve to keep it compact when you want to pack it away, store it under your desk, or carry it. When unfolded and set in its upright position, the folding mechanism makes a satisfying clicking noise to let you know that the stem is locked into place. SPLACH, has, however, taken this one step further with an oblong safety switch. Once the switch is in the downward position, it acts as a secondary safety measure to ensure that the stem stays locked in place while riding. This is the same mechanism used on the popular INOKIM Quick 4.
In the same vein as unfolding the scooter and preparing it for take-off, several features aid the general comfort of the riding experience. Most notable is the telescopic stem which means that it's easy to adjust the handlebars to the height that suits you (I’m 6 ft and I found a comfortable height). It’s also worth paying lip service to the handgrips that mold perfectly to your hand, making it easy to hold on even over rough terrain.
The one feature that immediately grabbed my attention when I first saw this scooter was the suspension. Both wheels are complemented by big springs and bright red swingarms. Alongside the suspension, the entire design of the scooter takes on a sporty geometric form that shares elements of its design – like the fenders – with the Dualtron Mini.
Ultimately, while this is an urban scooter, the suspension can take on rougher terrain than any other scooter of its price. I was particularly impressed with the quality of the suspension because it balances out the two solid rubber tires. Usually, solid tires negate suspension but this couldn’t be further from the truth with the Twin. As a result, it's one of the only scooters that has two solid tires that I highly recommend.
Each wheel is fixed with a drum brake and electronic brakes. Together they allow you to come to a complete stop in 2.8 meters from 15 mph. This is seriously impressive. As soon as you touch the brake levers, you'll feel the electronic brakes kick into action and rapidly slow you down. If you find the braking to be slightly too intense, you have the option to adjust the strength of the electronic brakes.
As if all that wasn't enough, you also get an easy-to-use display and throttle unit. It's bright and shows key information clearly – even in direct sunlight. Unfortunately, the same attention hasn't been paid to the design of the lights. There is no headlight, and the sidelights are not bright enough to be of any use. If you know that you'll be using your scooter at night, buying a set of clip-on lights is a must.
In conclusion, this scooter is miles ahead of anything else in this price class. From the dual motors to the attractive styling and excellent handling, the SPLACH Twin has specs that far surpass its bargain price tag.
Our Top Picks by Speed
Ordered from fastest to slowest.
|SPLACH Twin||$999||28 MPH|
|Turboant X7 Max||$600||20 MPH|
|Turboant M10||$450||20 MPH|
|GoTrax G4||$649||20 MPH|
|GoTrax GMAX Ultra||$849||20 MPH|
Our Top Picks by Acceleration to 15 MPH
Ordered from fastest to slowest.
|Scooter||Price||0-15 MPH (Seconds)|
|SPLACH Twin||$999||3.0 s|
|GoTrax G4||$649||6.3 s|
|Turboant X7 Max||$600||6.9 s|
|Turboant M10||$450||7.6 s|
|GoTrax GMAX Ultra||$849||8.0 s|
Our Top Picks by Maximum Range (Riding at Slowest Speed)
Ordered from longest to shortest.
|GoTrax GMAX Ultra||$849||45 miles|
|Turboant X7 Max||$600||32 miles|
|SPLACH Twin||$999||28 miles|
|GoTrax G4||$649||25 Miles|
|Turboant M10||$450||18 Miles|
Our Top Picks by Realistic Range (Riding at Top Speed)
Ordered from longest to shortest.
|GoTrax GMAX Ultra||$849||24 miles|
|SPLACH Twin||$999||21 miles|
|Turboant X7 Max||$600||18 Miles|
|GoTrax G4||$649||16 Miles|
|Turboant M10||$450||11 Miles|
Our Top Picks by Braking Performance
Ordered from shortest to longest stopping distance.
|Scooter||Price||Braking From 15 MPH|
|SPLACH Twin||$999||2.8 meters|
|Turboant X7 Max||$600||3.0 meters|
|Turboant M10||$450||4.9 meters|
|GoTrax GMAX Ultra||$849||5.3 meters|
|GoTrax G4||$649||6.0 meters|
- GoTrax GMAX Ultra – 45 miles max (24 miles realistic)
- Turboant X7 Max – 32 miles max (18 miles realistic)
- SPLACH Twin – 28 miles max (21 miles realistic)
- Turboant M10 – 29.8 lbs and simple folding mechanism
- Horizon 10.4 – 40 lbs, telescopic stem, and foldable handlebars
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What Is The Best Electric Scooter For Adults?
How Much is an Adult Electric Scooter?
The price of an adult electric scooter can vary significantly depending on what type of scooter you choose.
You can expect to pay anywhere from $400 at the lowest end for a reliable scooter and up to $6,500 for an ultra-performance model. While there are some exceptional budget scooters, in general, the more you pay, the better quality and higher performance you get. Which one you decide to go for will depend on your budget and what features you want.
There are five main categories of electric scooters, each with a different price range:
Budget scooters: $400-$800. These are ideal if you want to keep your costs low.
Commuter scooters: $800-$1,500. These tend to be portable, easy to maintain, and have a well-rounded profile of performance.
Performance scooters: $1,500-$2,000. These have bigger motors, higher top speeds, and better battery life than commuter scooters. The top speed tends to be around 30-40 mph.
High-performance scooters: $2,000-$3,000. These up the ante by delivering greater levels of performance and can hit speeds of up to 50 mph.
Ultra-performance scooters: $3,000+. These are the most expensive type of electric scooters. They are the highest performing scooters in every category and can top speeds of 60 mph and beyond.
Are Electric Scooters for Adults Legal?
In most cases, electric scooters for adults are legal.
However, they are governed by various restrictions and legal requirements that may be different from state to state. The best way to get to grips with how to stay legal is to check out our comprehensive state-by-state guide to electric scooter laws.