Best 25 mph Electric Scooters

Last Updated on August 6, 2023 by Matt

Of all the 25 mph electric scooters I’ve tested, some stood out more in performance and features than others. 

This guide will cover my favorite 25 mph electric scooters in detail so that you can decide what scooter will suit your needs the best.

Best 25 mph Electric Scooters

Here’s my list of the best 25 mph / 40 kmh electric scooters with their use cases and prices. 

Electric scooterUse casePrice
Apollo CityBest Overall$1499
Inokim Quick 4Best High-End$1099
Mercane JubelLongest Range$1499
Hiboy TitanBest Off-Road$1199
EMove TouringBest Value$899
Mercane Widewheel ProBest Solid Tire$1399
FFR MosquitoBest Alternative$1099

Best Overall: Apollo City

The Apollo City is easy to use and beginner-friendly, like most budget electric scooters, but offers better performance. Even though it’s a mid-price electric scooter, you get several features that you would usually find in more premium models.

This includes suspension in both wheels, which enhances the scooter’s ability to absorb shocks and deliver a smoother ride. 

The scooter has 3 speed modes and has lights fitted all around in the frame. You get two red brake lights, two main headlights on the deck, and additional LED strips on the side and stem.

If you think the Apollo City might be the electric scooter you’re looking for, read my comprehensive review of the model here.

Who should get the Apollo City?

If you’re looking for an entry-level electric scooter that offers more than typical budget scooters, the Apollo City can be a good option. 

The model is also great if you’re looking for a high-quality braking system but can’t find one in this price range. It’s equipped with a drum brake in the rear wheel and mechanical brakes in the front. In addition, you also get regenerative brakes and a brake lever on each handle. 

Where to buy the Apollo City from?

US
As with most Apollo scooter models, the only place you can find their original scooters is the official Apollo store. Use the coupon code NE28PN5KFW to get an extra $50 worth of accessories and parts.

Canada
In Canada, it’s better if you order through the official Canadian Apollo store. Again, the coupon code NE28PN5KFW gets you an extra $50 worth of accessories and parts.

UK, Europe
In Europe, and in the UK in particular, the scooter is also available at Ride And Glide. Make sure to check out their listing if you live in Europe, as you will get quicker shipping, free in most cases, and you might end up with a better deal overall.
A closeup of the Apollo City electric scooter

Apollo City Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed40 kmh
Top speed25 mph
Range45 km
Range28 mi
Motorsrear hub BLDC
Power600 W real, 800 W peak
Climb angle15 °
Battery634 Wh, 48 V
Battery typeDynavolt smart BMS
Charging time8 h
Ingress protection (IP)IP54
Weight17.7 kg
Weight39 lbs
Weight limit120 kg
Weight limit265 lbs
Tire size8.5 in
Tire typepneumatic
Tire pressure50 psi
Foldableyes
Foldable handlebarsyes
Build materialforged aluminium
Terrainsstreets, bike lanes, sidewalks, trails
Brakesrear drum + front disc + electronic
Shock absorbersfront spring + rear dual spring
Lightstwo headlights + front LED strip + deck LED strips + rear brake
ControlApollo LED screen
Speed modes3
Cruise controlyes
Appno
Warranty12 months
Rider age18-60
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)105 cm * 19.5 cm * 35.4 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)41 in * 8 in * 14 in
Adjustable handlebaryes

Who should not get the Apollo City?

Since the Apollo City is an urban electric scooter whose tires are too small for off-road riding, it won’t do much for you on challenging terrains.

Best High-End: Inokim Quick 4

With its unique silver and black frame and red accents, the Inokim Quick 4 is quite the head-turner.

The electric scooter has a great build quality. You can count on this long-lasting model as a reliable ride for your everyday commuting needs.

To absorb shocks, the Quick 4 has rubber suspension at the back and a spring in the front.

I had doubts about the rubber suspension when I first rode the electric scooter, but the ride ended up being one of the smoothest I’ve had.

Who should get the Inokim Quick 4?

The Inokim Quick 4 is for anyone looking for a durable electric scooter with consistent performance.

The stem of the electric scooter can be shortened, and the handlebars are foldable, making it a great option if you prioritize portability.

All those features, combined with a good 36 miles range, make the model suitable for anyone seeking an everyday commuting scooter.

Where to buy the Inokim Quick 4 from?

Worldwide
As usual, the best place to get any Inokim scooter, including the Inokim Quick 4, is FluidFreeRide. They have several warehouses worldwide, and they provide international shipping for either free or very cheap prices.
Side view of the Inokim Quick 4 electric scooter

Inokim Quick 4 Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed40 kmh
Top speed25 mph
Range54.7 km
Range34 mi
Motorsrear hub
Power600 W real, 900 W peak
Battery768 Wh, 52 V
Battery typeSamsung lithium-ion
Charging time8 h
Ingress protection (IP)IPX4
Weight21 kg
Weight46 lbs
Weight limit100 kg
Weight limit220 lbs
Tire size10×2.5 in
Tire typepneumatic
Foldableyes
Foldable handlebarsyes
Seatavailable
Trunk or basketavailable
Build materialAluminum 6061 T6
Terrainsurban
Brakesfront and rear drum brake
Shock absorbersfront spring, rear polymer damper
Lightsfront and rear LED
ControlLCD display + throttle
Speed modes3
Cruise controlyes
Keysavailable
Warranty12 months
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)111 cm * 37 cm * 23 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)44 in * 15 in * 9 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)108 cm * 112 cm * 48.2 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)43 in * 44 in * 19 in
Deck dimensions (L * W)39.4 cm * 21.6 cm
Deck dimensions (L * W)16 in * 9 in
Rider height170 cm
Rider height67 in
Notesauto engine-cut when breaking, carry handle

Who should not get the Inokim Quick 4?

The Inokim Quick 4 is a good commuter electric scooter, but the deck is small, even for an average electric scooter rider. 

Also, for an electric scooter of this price, I do feel that the acceleration speed could be better.

Plus, the model has no IP rating, so I wouldn’t say it’s a reliable model to invest in if you live in a rainy area.

Longest Range: Mercane Jubel

The Mercane Jubel isn’t the most well-known electric scooter, but it was a breath of fresh air when it was released. The scooter has a modern and slick design with unique patterns and aesthetic lines.

Apart from looks, you also get impressive performance with an 800-watt (peak) motor in the rear wheel and 40 miles / 64 kilometers of range.

The electric scooter can climb well because of its dual motors and has 12-inch pneumatic tires to ensure a smooth ride. You also get a dual brake system consisting of both a drum and disc brake.

Who should get the Mercane Jubel?

The Mercane Jubel is for anyone who wants a premium electric scooter with all the features you will ever need. You get a long-range, fast electric scooter with a high-quality brake system, great safety features, and solid performance.

It’s also great for riders who want their electric scooter to stand out and give off a sporty, sleek, and elegant appeal.

Where to buy the Mercane Jubel from?

Worldwide
The Mercane Jubel is only available at FluidFreeRide at the moment, and that is likely to remain the case in the foreseeable future.
Side view of the Mercane Jubel electric scooter

Mercane Jubel Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed40 kmh
Top speed25 mph
Range64 km
Range40 mi
Motorsrear hub BLDC
Power500 W real, 800 W peak
Battery720 Wh, 48 V
Charging time10 h
Weight21.77 kg
Weight48 lbs
Weight limit100 kg
Weight limit220 lbs
Tire size12 in
Tire typepneumatic
Foldableyes
Foldable handlebarsyes
Brakesfront drum, rear disk, electronic regenerative
Shock absorbersno
LightsLED high mounted light, rear fender light, mounted LED light, taillight strip
Controlcolor LCD
Warranty12 months
Return period15 days
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)127 cm * 24.13 cm * 52.1 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)50 in * 10 in * 21 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)127 cm * 57.15 cm * 121.92 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)50 in * 22 in * 48 in

Who should not get the Mercane Jubel?

The Mercane Jubel has a weight limit of 220 lbs, so it’s not the best electric scooter for heavier riders. If that’s what you need, you should check out scooters with a higher weight limit.

Also, since the escooter doesn’t have an IP rating, I wouldn’t risk buying it if I lived in a rainy area.

Best Off-Road: Hiboy Titan

The Hiboy Titan is a powerful urban electric scooter with 10-inch off-road tires. Its 800-watt dual motors and 25-degree climb angle make it perfect for riding over hilly areas as well.

The double disc braking system and dual shock suspension of the model do help with uneven paths, but I wouldn’t recommend the electric scooter for more challenging terrains.

With a scissored structure, the scooter can support loads up to 286 lbs / 130 kg, which is higher than other electric scooters in this price range.

Who should get the Hiboy Titan?

The Hiboy Titan is for riders who often commute over hilly areas and want a powerful electric scooter for a smoother ride. 

With the big weight limit, wide deck, and excellent build quality, the electric scooter is also good for heavier riders. It’s made of reinforced aluminum steel, so you can count on the model to last longer than some of the more delicate electric scooters on the market.

Where to buy the Hiboy Titan from?

Worldwide
You can find the Hiboy Titan on the official Hiboy store for the best price and delivery terms (and don’t forget to use my discount code Escooter Nerds for 5% off!), but you should also check out the Amazon listing to compare prices.
Side view of the Hiboy Titan electric scooter

Hiboy Titan Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed40 kmh
Top speed25 mph
Range45 km
Range28 mi
Power800 W
Climb angle14 °
Battery410.4 Wh, 36 V
Battery typelithium ion
Charging time8 h
Ingress protection (IP)IP54
Weight22.679 kg
Weight50 lbs
Weight limit130 kg
Weight limit287 lbs
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic off-road self-healing
Foldableyes
Brakesdouble disk
Shock absorbersdual front and rear
Lightsheadlight + taillight + brake light + side belt
ControlLED dashboard
Warranty12 months
Return period30 days
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)120 cm * 62 cm * 53.1 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)47 in * 24 in * 21 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)120 cm * 62 cm * 120.9 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)47 in * 24 in * 48 in
Ground clearance22.86 cm
Ground clearance9 in

Who should not get the Hiboy Titan?

The Hiboy Titan isn’t too portable, especially if you carry your electric scooter around a lot. It is light enough to fit in your car’s trunk, but it might not be the best choice if you need to carry it in and out of public transport a lot.

Best Value: EMove Touring

EMove Touring is the type of electric scooter that works great as an entry-level electric scooter but that also provides its owners with a bit of extra benefits. It has all the qualities you would want in an electric scooter, but better than what you might expect at this price range.

The scooter has a 750 watt motor and a 20 degree climbing angle. Combined with the 624 watt-hour battery, you can rely on the scooter to ride smoothly over hills.

The advertised range is 25 mi / 40 km, but you may even reach a bit more under ideal conditions. 

Check out my detailed EMove Touring review for more information.

Who should get the EMove Touring?

The EMove Touring is an urban commuter designed to maximize comfort for the rider and is great for touring. Its triple suspension system allows the electric scooter to eat up any potholes and bumps on the road facilitating a smoother ride experience.

It has an IPX6 rating. So, if you live somewhere with a lot of rain, you can count on the Emove Touring to handle some water easily. 

Where to buy the EMove Touring from?

Worldwide
The best (and probably only) place you can buy the EMove Touring from is the official Voromotors store. If you use the promo code escooternerds at checkout, you will get a $50 discount.
A closeup of the Emove Touring electric scooter

Emove Touring Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed40.2 kmh
Top speed25 mph
Range50 km
Range31 mi
Motorsbrushless DC hub motor in rear wheel
Power500 W real, 750 W peak
Climb angle20 °
Battery624 Wh, 48 V
Battery typeLG 13 Ah
Charging time4 h
Ingress protection (IP)IP54
Weight17 kg
Weight37.5 lbs
Weight limit140 kg
Weight limit309 lbs
Tire size8 in
Tire typepneumatic front, solid rubber rear
Foldableyes
Foldable handlebarsyes
Seatavailable
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Build materialaluminum alloy
Terrainsurban
Brakesrear electronic and drum brakes
Shock absorberstriple suspension, front dual spring, front stem, rear dual spring
Lightsfront head + front side + rear brake
ControlLCD display
Warranty12 months
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)109.22 cm * 20.32 cm * 29.21 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)43 in * 8 in * 12 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)99.82 cm * 55.88 cm * 119.88 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)39 in * 22 in * 47 in
Deck dimensions (L * W)55.9 cm * 20 cm
Deck dimensions (L * W)22 in * 8 in
Deck to handlebar height100 cm (est)
Deck to handlebar height39 in (est)
Adjustable handlebaryes

Who should not get the EMove Touring?

If you’re looking for a high-performance scooter, you might want to skip the EMove Touring. 

Also, the tires are only 8 inches, so they’ll not give you enough stability to maintain control and ride smoothly on off-road terrain.

Users have also reported that some parts of the electric scooter get wobbly after a few months of usage.

Best Solid Tire: Mercane Widewheel Pro

Most electric scooters aim to have a little bit of every feature to appeal to a larger number of consumers. The Mercane Widewheel, on the other hand, knows exactly the areas where it wants to dominate.

It has a robust build quality with dual motors providing 1600 Watts of peak power and a dual suspension system.

But that’s not the main superweapon of the scooter.

The scooter is famous for its tires. The Mercane Midwheel Pro has wide 8″ x 3.9″ airless tires that are filled with foam. If there is any scooter you can rely on to not get flat tires, it’s this one. No need to worry too much about their maintenance either.

Check out my detailed Mercane Widewheel Pro review if you’re curious.

Who should get the Mercane Widewheel Pro?

Anyone looking for an electric scooter with a tough build that can offer high performance on even roads will love the Mercane Widewheel Pro.

Overall, the scooter looks great, performs great, and is a reliable commuter electric scooter.

Where to buy the Mercane Widewheel Pro from?

US
In the US, the best way to get the Mercane Widewheel Pro is through the FluidFreeRide store. Your scooter will arrive at your home in 3-5 days, at no additional cost.

Canada, Mexico
In Canada and Mexico, FluidFreeRide is still the best (and probably only) place to get the Mercane Widewheel Pro from. FluidFreeRide may cover the duty taxes, but additional shipping costs and other taxes will be left to you ($80 – $300).

UK, EU, Australia, New Zealand, Worldwide
In the UK, Europe, Australia, and pretty much everywhere else, again your best option for getting the Mercane Widewheel Pro is the FluidFreeRide store. As usual, FluidFreeRide will likely cover the duty costs, and you will be left with the additional shipping and taxes, which can range from $0 to $400, depending on where you are. If you’re in Sweden (or have the scooter shipped there), you will not pay any additional costs, as FFR have a warehouse in Sweden too.
A close up of the Mercane Widewheel Pro electric scooter

Mercane Widewheel Pro Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed42 kmh
Top speed26 mph
Range35 km
Range22 mi
Motorsdual motors
Power1000 W real, 1600 W peak
Climb angle18 °
Battery720 Wh, 48 V
Battery typeLi-ion
Charging time8 h
Ingress protection (IP)IP54
Weight24.5 kg
Weight54 lbs
Weight limit100 kg
Weight limit220 lbs
Tire size8 in
Tire typewide solid, never-flat foam filled
Foldableyes
Foldable handlebarsyes
Seatavailable
Build materialaluminum alloy
Terrainsurban
Brakesdual disc brakes + rear hydraulic
Shock absorbersfront and rear springs
LightsLED front + rear
Controlsmart display
Speed modeseco, power
Cruise controlyes
Keysavailable
Warranty6 months
Return period15 days
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)109 cm * 22 cm * 41 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)43 in * 9 in * 16 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)109 cm * 55 cm * 110 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)43 in * 22 in * 43 in
Deck to handlebar height94 cm (est)
Deck to handlebar height37 in (est)
Adjustable handlebarno
Notesreinforced build; tested 35 miles range;

Who should not get the Mercane Widewheel Pro?

The Mercane Widewheel Pro is a somewhat heavy electric scooter in this category.

Also, the electric scooter may look like it can handle off-road terrains on the outside because of the sturdy exterior, but the solid tires will make it a struggle to stay stable and in control.

Best Alternative: FFR Mosquito

The FFR mosquito is an electric scooter popular for its speed and portability. 25 mph / 40 kmh may not be the fastest electric scooter speed, but it’s pretty high for an electric scooter that just weighs 29 lbs / 13 kg.

With the FFR Mosquito, you get a sleek design consisting of a black frame with chrome accents. The cables are outside, which is one of my biggest pet peeves when it comes to electric scooters, but they’re tethered close to the scooter so nothing is hanging out.

The scooter is equipped with a 500-watt motor, which is sufficient considering how small the scooter is.

Who should get the FFR Mosquito?

If portability is important to you in an electric scooter, it doesn’t get better than the FFR Mosquito.

The model is already compact as it is, but with the foldable handlebars and the retractable stem, it becomes ultra-portable. The folding mechanism is so easy and convenient you can close and open the scooter in seconds.

There’s also a velcro band you can attach to the scooter’s stem to easily carry it around.

Where to buy the FFR Mosquito from?

Worldwide
The only place where you can buy an original Mosquito scooter from is FluidFreeRide.
Side view of the FFR Mosquito electricscooter

FFR Mosquito Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed40 kmh
Top speed25 mph
Range35 km
Range22 mi
Motorsfront BLDC hub
Power500 W real, 700 W peak
Battery461 Wh, 48 V
Charging time5 h
Ingress protection (IP)IPX5
Weight13.2 kg
Weight29 lbs
Weight limit120 kg
Weight limit265 lbs
Tire size8×2 in
Tire typesolid
Foldableyes
Foldable handlebarsyes
Brakeselectric regenerative, rear drum, rear foot brake
Shock absorbersdual spring suspension
Lightsfront and rear LED, side reflectors
Controlcolor LCD
Speed modes5
Cruise controlyes
Warranty12 months
Return period15 days
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)107 cm * 15.2 cm * 33 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)42 in * 6 in * 13 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)112 cm * 40 cm * 116 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)44 in * 16 in * 46 in

Who should not get the FFR Mosquito?

The FFR mosquito may be ultra-portable, but it’s also a very delicate electric scooter. That, combined with the solid tires, makes it a big no-no for off-road terrains and heavier riders.

Plus, the handlebars are narrower than average, so they may take some time to get used to, especially if you have big hands. All in all, I would only recommend this model to riders who need an electric scooter that they can carry around frequently without getting tired. 

Is getting a 25 mph electric scooter worth it?

If you’re looking for a commuter electric scooter that performs better than the budget electric scooters available in the market, then sure, a 25 mph electric scooter can be great. They’re great for making regular commutes and running short errands. 

However, if you’re an electric scooter enthusiast who rides more for the thrill, you might want something faster than a 25 mph electric scooter. The fastest electric scooters will probably be more to your liking.

Summary

That’s a wrap on my list of the best 25 mph electric scooters. For reference, here’s a quick summary of them one more time.

Electric scooterUse casePrice
Apollo CityBest Overall$1499
Inokim Quick 4Best High-End$1099
Mercane JubelLongest Range$1499
Hiboy TitanBest Off-Road$1199
EMove TouringBest Value$899
Mercane Widewheel ProBest Solid Tire$1399
FFR MosquitoBest Alternative$1099


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My name is Matt Trajkovski. I love electric scooters, and electric vehicles in general. I like doing a lot of testing, reviewing, and research on various electric scooter models and brands, looking for great value and performance, both through data and experience. All of the content published on this blog goes through a rigorous review and editorial process, and our product reviews not only include the hands-on experience of our own team members, but the experience of our audience members as well. My goal is to provide you with the best information about electric scooters possible. You can see all of my posts in my articles archive.

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