ONES TO WATCH: Six scooters demanding to be in showrooms this summer

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Pro Rider Easyfold Deluxe

Type Class 2
Max range 10 miles
Max user weight 14 stone

The Pro Rider Easyfold Deluxe is a powerful yet portable class two scooter designed to offer hassle-free travelling at an affordable price. The Easyfold Deluxe folds down and reassembles in a matter of seconds thanks to its easy-to-use folding mechanism, allowing tit to fit in most car boots. The user can also pull the scooter along the ground – similar to a suitcase on wheels – to make transportation even easier. The total weight of the Easyfold Deluxe is just 28.5kgs with the battery pack coming in at just 6.5kg.

Kymco Komfy 4

Type Class 2
Max range 25 miles
Max user weight 25 stone

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The Komfy 4 is a fresh design concept for Kymco and was created from a customer-centric brief. Claiming to utilise modern technologies and practical solutions to provide ‘superior comfort and ergonomics’, the Komfy 4 – the class 2 version of the Komfy 8 class 3 scooter – features an adjustable mono-shock rear suspension system. The front adjustable suspension also resembles the type of system Kymco uses on its ATV and quad bike products. The scooter places user comfort as its top priority but also has all the features users expect from modern scooters

TGA Minimo Autofold

Type Class 2
Max range 9 miles
Max user weight 18 stone

The new Autofold incorporates all the features and benefits of TGA’s flagship Minimo range with the added advantage of powered folding. Users benefit from a feature-rich design that promises to provide comfort with assured reliability. A turning radius of 820mm delivers the manoeuvrability to negotiate public transport and shops, while the 60mm ground clearance and pneumatic tyres and four-wheel configuration provide off-road stability. These features and benefits are designed to provide dealers with a strong product that aims to deliver significant return and enhance business reputations.

Drive DeVilbiss Manual Folding Scooter

Type Class 2
Max range 8 miles
Max user weight 19 stone

Drive DeVilbiss’ portable 4mph scooter can be manually folded in a matter of seconds. Following the success of its automatic folding scooter and customer feedback, it spotted an opportunity to react to the market with the introduction of a manual folding version with differentiating factors to further benefit the user. The Manual Folding Scooter has a simple-to-operate manual folding mechanism, which is also complemented by a reduction of over 4kg in weight. The manual function means the scooter is also available at a more affordable price.

Electric Mobility Rascal Vista

Type Class 2
Max range 24 miles
Max user weight 23 stone

The Rascal Vista is a new mid-size pavement scooter designed to offer strong sales opportunities for retailers. Created to be a modern and attractive product, the scooter bases its appeal on the notion that ‘people buy with their eyes’. Several unique features aim to provide real customer benefits, which dealers can explain to clients when selling the product. This plays on the idea that dealers are always in a better position to sell to customers whereas websites simply provide a channel for customers to buy through.

Pride Revo 2.0

Type Class 2
Max range 13 miles
Max user weight 26 stone

Pride’s latest Revo scooter is highly transportable, thanks to its ability to disassemble into five pieces. It is a robust scooter that can be used both outdoors and indoors and with a cost competitive trade price, aims to make itself an attractive option for dealers. Designed to look ‘sleek and modern’ and be easy to disassemble, the Revo aims to be both functional and aesthetic. The scooter’s features include: front and rear comfort-trac suspension (CTS), LED lights, solid alloy style wheels, 35 removable batteries and two optional colours.

Monarch Mobility Atlas4 car boot hoist

Car boot scooters have enjoyed an explosion of interest and sales in recent years. The ability to transport a scooter is highly valued among end-users, who are increasingly wanting to take their equipment with them when they travel. Getting a scooter into a car boot can a challenge for anyone, especially elderly or less mobile people. So a range of solutions are popping up in the market which aim to overcome the problem of hauling scooters into cars.

The Atlas4 hoist is designed to fit a range of cars and has a lifting capacity of up to 40kg. It is a portable and easy-to-assemble, which allows the user to take the Atlas4 away on holiday or use in multiple of cars. Its features include automatic operation, swinging boom, folding and removable boom, removable hoist and various power options.

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