Pride Mobility Scooters (In-depth Review)

For those of us who have been looking to purchase a new mobility scooter, we are sure you have come across pride mobility scooters in your search, and for good reason. These scooters are very popular, well made, and provide lots of features for different types of users. But are they good? We dive in and look at some of the more popular pride scooter models and what benefit they provide to the user.

Pride Mobility scooters are excellent choices that come in two different styles that can accommodate almost anyone’s needs when it comes to indoor and outdoor scooters. They are reliable, work when you need them, and provide a great way for anyone to stay mobile.

Two Different Lineups From Pride

Pride Mobility scooters carry two different lines of adult scooters. The Pride Mobility Scooter and the Go-Go Travel Mobility Scooters.

The easy way to distinguish between the two is the Pride Mobility Scooter line is for heavy-duty and mid-weight class scooters while the Go-Go Travel scooters are lightweight scooters with smaller chassis and components.

3 and 4 wheel Pride models

Pride mobility scooters come in both 3 and 4 wheel models. Do you know the difference between them in terms of pros and cons? Don’t worry if you don’t we have put other a list of things to look for regarding any scooter that is 3 or four wheels.

3 Wheel Pride Mobility Scooters

When generally speaking about a 3 wheel scooter they tend to be easier to steer because of the lightweight steering mechanism involved. This also means that the turning radius is much tighter than a 4 wheel scooter. In fact, you can see a turning radius up to 10 inches less when using a 3 wheel scooter over a 4 wheel one.

For those that mainly will be using this scooter indoors in smaller confined areas, a 3 wheel scooter will be better than a 4 wheel scooter simply because of the easier ability to turn and turn tighter.

4 Wheel Pride Mobility Scooters

4 wheel scooters are generally more suited for outdoor use. This is not to say you cannot use a 4 wheel scooter indoors as long as the room permits but generally speaking, these 4 wheels perform better for outdoor use.

4 wheel scooters typically have larger wheels allowing them to get through rougher terrain than smaller wheel scooters.

4 wheel scooters also provide more balance and stability than a 3 wheel model. This holds true to heavy-duty bariatric scooters that can benefit from the 4 wheel models.

Our Top Picks From The Pride Mobility Scooters Lineup

The Pride Scooters are mid-weight to heavy-duty options from Pride. These chairs are built to withstand larger weights and are generally heavier than the Go-Go Models. Let’s explore some of the best options when it comes to these models.

Pride Wrangler 4-Wheel Scooter

pride Wrangler 4-Wheel Scooter

Quick Overview

The Pride Wrangler 4-wheel Scooter is an excellent outdoor scooter with front and rear suspension. It also is nighttime ready with complete LED lighting.

Our Score: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

Key Specifications
Weight capacity:350 pounds
Product weight:274 pounds
Seat depth:16.5″
Seat width:18.5″
Seat-to-floor height:30″ – 31.5″
Front-wheel size:14.5
Rear-wheel size:14.5
Turning radius:94.75″
Max speed:11 mph, 11.4 mph
Drive range (Miles)18.6, 22.6 miles

Pride Revo 2.0 3-Wheel Scooter

Quick Overview

The Revo 2.0 has a ton of features that make those pride 3-wheel scooter a favorite in the mid-size scooter class. It uses Comfort-Track Suspension for a really great ride over multiple types of terrain. Easily adjustable tiller, User-friendly console design, standard basket, front LED highlights, and more.

Our Score: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

Key Specifications
Weight capacity:400 pounds
Weight of scooter:120 pounds
Seat width:20″
Seat depth:18″
Seat-to-floor height:21″ – 23.5″
Ground clearance:3.25″
Max speed:5 mph
Driving range:12 miles
Front-wheel size:8″
Back wheel size:9″

Pride Victory LX Sport 4-Wheel

Pride Victory LX Sport 4-wheel

Quick Overview

For those looking to take on the outdoors easier, the Pride Victory LX Sport is an excellent option. It comes equipped with Comfort-Trac Suspension shocks, LED headlights, rear lights, Low and high-speed setting switch, speed dial, and more. Adjustable armrests, high-back limited recline seat, and more.

Our Score: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

Key Specifications
Weight capacity:400 pounds
Weight of scooter:160 pounds
Seat width:18″ – 22″
Seat depth:18″ – 20″
Seat-to-floor height:23″ – 25″
Ground clearance:2.2″, 3.15″
Max speed:8 mph
Driving range:13 miles, 19.7 miles
Front-wheel size:10″
Back wheel size:10″

Pride Victory 10 3-Wheel Scooter

Pride Victory 10 3-Wheel Scooter

Quick Overview

The Pride Victory 10 3-wheel Scooter is an FDA Class II Medical Device that has a long 25-mile range on a full battery. This scooter also can do 5.25 mph. It disassembles into 7 lightweight pieces. It also comes with a high-intensity LED headlight.

Our Score: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

Key Specifications
Weight capacity:400 pounds
Weight of scooter:133 pounds
Seat width:18″ – 22″
Seat depth:17″ – 20″
Seat-to-floor height:20.5″ – 22″
Ground clearance:1.26″, 3.4″
Max speed:5.3 mph
Driving range:15.5 miles, 16 miles
Front-wheel size:10″
Back wheel size:10″
The number of batteries included:2 Lead Acid

Our Top Picks from the Pride Go-Go Mobility Scooters

The Go-Go mobility scooters from Pride are the smaller lighter models that are more designed for indoors and tighter spaces. They also excel in terms of travel because they can be folded smaller and are lighter making them ideal for those on the go.

Pride Go-Go Elite Traveler 4 Wheel scooter

Pride Go-Go Elite Traveler 4 Wheel Scooter

Quick Overview

The Pride Go-Go Elite Traveler 4 wheel scooter is an FDA Class II Medical device and is loved because of the tight turning radius making it stand out in tight spaces. It also comes apart quickly and can be taken with you during travel.

Our Score: 4.7 out of 5 stars (4.7 / 5)

Key Specifications
Weight capacity:300 pounds
Weight of scooter:80 pounds
Seat width:17″
Seat depth:17″
Seat-to-floor height:18.25″ – 20.25″
Ground clearance:0.75″, 2.25″
Max speed:5.3 mph
Driving range:8.2 miles, 12 miles
Turning radius:44″
Front-wheel size:7″
Back wheel size:8″
The number of batteries included:2 Lead Acid

Pride Go-Go LX With CTS suspension 4-Wheel Scooter

Quick Overview

This FDA class II Medical device uses exclusive Pride black, non-scuffing tires, excellent feather-touch disassembly making it excellent for travel. This model uses the Comfort-Track Suspension making for a really comforting ride. Great weight capacity and good range on a full charge make this a top choice among Go-Go pride models.

Our Score: 4.6 out of 5 stars (4.6 / 5)

Key Specifications
Weight capacity:300 pounds
Weight of scooter:87 pounds
Seat width:17″
Seat depth:17″
Seat-to-floor height:20.75″ – 22.25″
Ground clearance:0.75″
Max speed:4.4 mph
Driving range:8.6 miles
Turning radius:44.7″
Front-wheel size:7″
Back wheel size:8″
Battery type:12V 12Ah

Pride Go-Go Elite Plus Traveller 3 Wheel Scooter

Quick Overview

The Go-Go Elite Traveller Plus provides users with a great turning radius for tight spaces. It easily comes apart making travel easier, and more enjoyable to bring your scooter along when traveling. An increase in width and length and a great weight capacity allows those with larger frames to still experience a lightweight more mobile scooter.

Our Score: 4.6 out of 5 stars (4.6 / 5)

Key Specifications
Weight capacity:300 pounds
Weight of scooter:86 pounds
Seat width:17″
Seat depth:17″
Seat-to-floor height:20.5″ – 22″
Ground clearance:0.83″, 2.6″
Max speed:4.5 mph
Driving range:14.5 miles
Turning radius:34.5″
Front-wheel size:8″
Back wheel size:9″
Battery type:12V 18Ah

Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller 3-Wheel Scooter

Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller 3-Wheel Scooter

Quick Overview

Another great Go-Go model from Pride is the Pride Go-Go Elite Traveller 3-Wheel Scooter. This model is lightweight, has a great turning radius, and is easy to travel with. It’s an FDA Class II Medical Device. This scooter may be for you for those looking for a compact scooter, narrow hallways, and tight spaces.

Our Score: 4.6 out of 5 stars (4.6 / 5)

Key Specifications
Weight capacity:300 pounds
Weight of scooter:86 pounds
Seat width:17″
Seat depth:17″
Seat-to-floor height:20.5″ – 22″
Ground clearance:0.83″, 2.6″
Max speed:4.5 mph
Driving range:14.5 miles
Turning radius:34.5″
Front-wheel size:8″
Back wheel size:9″
Battery type:12V 18Ah

How fast do pride Mobility Scooters go?

Pride mobility scooters are efficient in speed and distance. We have taken the most popular pride models in both the Go-Go series and Pride Mobility lineup. The below data shows how fast each of these scooters will go when new and with new fully charged batteries. You can expect average speeds of 5 mph but some models can go as fast as 11 mph.

LineupModelSpeed (MPH)
Pride Mobility Series Pride Revo 2.0 3-Wheel5 mph
Pride Mobility Series Pride Wrangler 4-Wheel Scooter 11 mph, 11.4 mph
Go-Go Series Pride Go-Go Sport 4-Wheel Scooter4.7 mph
Go-Go Series Pride Go-Go Elite Plus Traveler 3 Wheel Scooter4.5 mph
Pride Mobility Series Pride Victory 10.2 4-Wheel Scooter5.2 mph
Pride Mobility Series Pride IRIDE 3-Wheel Scooter3.7 mph
Pride Mobility Series Pride Revo 2.0 4-Wheel Scooter5 mph
Pride Mobility Series Pride Zero Turn 10 4-Wheel Scooter 7 mph
Go-Go Series Pride Go-Go LX with CTS Suspension 4-Wheel Scooter4.4 mph
Pride Mobility Series Pride Raptor 3-Wheel Scooter14 mph
Pride Mobility Series Pride Victory LX Sport 4-Wheel 8 mph
Pride Mobility Series Pride Go-Go Sport 3-Wheel Scooter 4.7 mph
Pride Mobility SeriesPride Victory 10.2 3-Wheel Scooter5.2 mph
Pride Mobility SeriesPride Zero Turn 8 4-Wheel Scooter4 mph
Pride Mobility SeriesPride Victory 10 3-Wheel Scooter5.3 mph
Pride Mobility SeriesPride Victory 10 4-Wheel Scooter5.3 mph
Go-Go SeriesPride Go-Go Elite Traveller 3 Wheel Scooter4 mph
Go-Go SeriesPride Go-Go Elite Traveler 4 Wheel scooter4 mph

How far can Pride mobility scooters travel

Pride mobility scooters have an excellent travel range. Depending on the model you can see ranges vary. The below guide shows the most popular models and their drive range on a full charge battery. You can see driver ranges from 8 miles to 22 miles on a full charge battery.

LineupModelDrive range
Pride Mobility Series Pride Revo 2.0 3-Wheel12 miles
Pride Mobility Series Pride Wrangler 4-Wheel Scooter 18.6, 22.6 miles
Go-Go Series Pride Go-Go Sport 4-Wheel Scooter14.5 miles
Go-Go Series Pride Go-Go Elite Plus Traveler 3 Wheel Scooter14.5 miles
Pride Mobility Series Pride Victory 10.2 4-Wheel Scooter11 miles, 13.5 miles
Pride Mobility Series Pride IRIDE 3-Wheel Scooter10.3 miles, 12.7 miles
Pride Mobility Series Pride Revo 2.0 4-Wheel Scooter13 miles
Pride Mobility Series Pride Zero Turn 10 4-Wheel Scooter 17.9 miles, 24 miles
Go-Go Series Pride Go-Go LX with CTS Suspension 4-Wheel Scooter19 miles, 31 miles
Pride Mobility Series Pride Raptor 3-Wheel Scooter13 miles, 19.7 miles
Pride Mobility Series Pride Victory LX Sport 4-Wheel 14.5 miles
Pride Mobility Series Pride Go-Go Sport 3-Wheel Scooter 14.5 miles
Pride Mobility SeriesPride Victory 10.2 3-Wheel Scooter11 miles, 13.5 miles
Pride Mobility SeriesPride Zero Turn 8 4-Wheel Scooter11.6 miles, 13.4 miles
Pride Mobility SeriesPride Victory 10 3-Wheel Scooter15.5 miles, 16 miles
Pride Mobility SeriesPride Victory 10 4-Wheel Scooter15.5 miles, 16 miles
Go-Go SeriesPride Go-Go Elite Traveller 3 Wheel Scooter8.5 miles, 12 miles
Go-Go SeriesPride Go-Go Elite Traveler 4 Wheel scooter8.2 miles, 12 miles

What pride mobility Scooter line should i Purchase?

Pride scooters have two different lines of scooters, this we already know. But what scooter is best for me? Let’s take a look at the lineup and see who should buy the pride Go-Go Scooter or the Pride Mobility scooter lineup.

Who Should buy the Pride Go-Go Scooter?

If you travel a lot

The pride Go-Go scooters are designed to travel easier than other lineups in the Pride class. These scooters are able to disassemble quicker and become lighter in weight so they can lift by themselves or help easier.

If you use your mobility scooter indoors mostly

The Go-Go series scooters have smaller turning radiuses and are designed to be driving indoors easier and with less effort than other types of scooters. If you have smaller areas, tighter hallways then the Go-Go scooter series is best for you.

Anyone who has trouble walking even with a cane or other walking device

Anyone that needs help getting around and looking for independence to move longer distances but can’t even with a walker, rollator, or cane.

Having a lightweight scooter can help anyone move more freely. Wheelchairs can also provide freedom to move but for those that find it difficult to manual properly themselves, a scooter can easily bring back a sense of hope and freedom.

Who Should buy the Pride Mobility Scooter?

Outdoor use

The pride mobility scooter lineup is heavier and built more for outdoor use. Although they can still be used indoors they perform easier outdoors. The turning radius is larger than Go-Go lineups making them more difficult to use indoor and around tight spaces.

Anyone who needs heavier weight capacities

The Pride Mobility Series have larger weight capacities allowing for safer transport and overall performance of individuals that need the support of a heavier weight capacity mobility device.

The disadvantage is that these particular scooters are not as easy to navigate indoors. So for those that are looking for a mobility scooter for outdoor use will want to the pride mobility lineup.

Final thoughts on Pride Mobility Scooters

In conclusion, the Pride Mobility Scooter is a very reliable and affordable scooter that comes in both the Go-Go and Pride Mobility series. The Go-Go lineup is easier to transport and take apart. They are also easier to run indoors because they are lighter and have tighter turning abilities than the other pride series.

A negative though is these scooters while they will run okay on flat surfaces, okay the battery life is not as strong as other lineups.

If you are wanted an outdoor mobility scooter then the Pride Mobility Scooter lineup is the choice for you. With longer battery lives, larger wheels, and the ability to travel over different types of terrain this lineup is for you.

Overall, the Pride Mobility Scooter is an excellent choice that is high-quality for both indoor and outdoor use that will give you long-lasting joy for years to come.

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About ASmith

Adam Smith is the main researcher and contributor at Mobility Medical Supply. Adam has many years of research in public data, and software security. With Mobility issues within Adam's family, he decided to dedicate in-depth guides on mobility products to anyone looking to improve movement and gain independence.