Best long range electric scooters (over 60 mi / 100 km models for every budget and scenario)

For many people (myself included), the range of the electric scooter will be its most important feature. If you’re frequently relying on your scooter for long commutes or other lengthy trips, you are going to want a scooter with the longest range possible.

Electric scooters have come a long way since their early days, when they barely had any range at all. Today, we have models that can go 100+ kilometers on a single charge! It is a great time to be a scooter owner, no doubt.

These are the best long range electric scooters.

Electric scooterRangePeak motor powerBatteryBest forPrice
Dualtron X93 mi / 150 km6700 W2940 WhLongest range$5999
Emove Cruiser62 mi / 100 km1600 W1560 WhBest value, best waterproof$1399
Dualtron 374.4 mi / 120 km3600 W1658 WhBest under $3000$2960
Apollo Pro 52V56 mi / 90 km2400 W1170 WhBest under $2000$1799
Ninebot Max39.7 mi / 64 km700 W551 WhBest under $1000$799
Kugoo M4 Pro37.2 mi / 60 km500 W624 WhBest under $700$675
Xiaomi M365 Pro27.9 mi / 45 km600 W474 WhBest under $500$499 – $550
Swagtron Swagger Pro18 mi / 29 km250 W155 WhBest under $300$299 – $317
Dualtron Ultra74.4 mi / 120 km5400 W1920 WhBest with seat$3149
Kaabo Wolf Warrior69.4 mi / 112 km5400 W2100 WhBest offroad$3199
Inokim OXO68.2 mi / 110 km2600 W1536 WhBest high-end$2490
Apollo Pro Ludicrous56 mi / 90 km3200 W1260 WhBest for climbing$3299
Qiewa Q1 Hummer64.5 mi / 104 km800 W1248 WhBest for heavy adults$1379
Dualped Scorpion+74.4 mi / 120 km6000 W2310 WhFastest$3150
WePed GT64.5 mi / 104 km3600 W1800 WhBest design$3499
Joyor Y1062 mi / 100 km500 W1248 WhMost portable, best for commuting$1526
Stator79.4 mi / 128 km1000 W/Best fat-tire$3995
Techlife X974.4 mi / 120 km5600 W2300 WhBest in Europe$3550

Let’s go over them, when each makes the most sense, and some of the things you need to know before considering them.

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Best long range electric scooters

side view of the Dualtron X

There are a lot of electric scooters that have great range, a few even have more than 60 miles / 100 kilometers. As you may notice, the higher-end manufacturers each have a few models around the top of the list. We can call these scooters “super long range”, as their range is simply out of this world. Their price will usually reflect that, and they will tend to be pretty expensive. If you are on a more limited budget, you can still find amazing long range scooters that are easier on the wallet in the next section.

Now, let the games begin. We will go over the best long range scooters with ranges of 60 miles / 100 kilometers or more, and what the specialty is for each of them.

Electric scooter with the longest range – Dualtron X

The absolute, undisputed, heavy-weight champion of the world when it comes to range is the Dualtron X, with a range of 93 miles / 150 kilometers. They claim it can even go further under ideal conditions.

It’s no surprise that Dualtron holds the top of the list. Many people consider them to be the best manufacturer of electric scooters ever.

User reports almost confirm this range in real-world scenarios. Adam from WrongWay managed to reach 71 miles / 114 kilometers across two days, many different roads, terrains, and weather conditions. Given how typically manufacturers advertise almost double the actual range you will get, this is pretty good.

The Dualtron X range test in the real world

True to the Dualtron tradition, it still is an extremely fast scooter, being able to go up to 62 mph / 100 km/h. Its dual brushless hub motor, with power of 6700 Watts, is probably the most powerful motor in the game today, and the main reason why scooter lovers decide to pay a premium price.

front diagonal view of a black Dualtron X electric scooter on a white background
The Dualtron X

The 3078 Watt-hour battery is one of the most powerful electric scooter batteries currently in existence.

Priced at $5999, it is the most expensive scooter on this list, and one of the most expensive scooters ever. This is not a scooter for a regular person. You have to really like electric scooters to even consider spending so much money on such a beast. It is a scooter for the most passionate, elite levels of users out there. But it seems that nobody that has bought it has regretted the decision.

Coming equipped for long-distance rides, it has 16 cm dual disc hydraulic brakes, off-road tires out of the box, and dual shock absorbers.

Where to buy the Dualtron X from?

The original manufacturer of this monster scooter is Minimotors USA, and it’s by far the best place to get the Dualtron X from. They ship worldwide, and they only charge a $20 flat shipping rate for pretty much everywhere in the world (which, given the size of the scooter, is nothing short of amazing). Shipping in the USA is free.

Dualtron X Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed100 kmh
Top speed62 mph
Range193 km
Range120 mi
Power6700 W
Climb angle35 °
Battery2940 Wh, 60 V
Charging time25 h
Ingress protection (IP)IP54
Weight70 kg
Weight154 lbs
Weight limit150 kg
Weight limit330 lbs
Tire size13 in
Tire typepneumatic
Tire pressure45-50 psi
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)131 cm * 35 cm * 78 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)52 in * 14 in * 31 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)131 cm * 63 cm * 124 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)52 in * 25 in * 49 in
Deck to handlebar height96 cm (est)
Deck to handlebar height38 in (est)
Adjustable handlebaryes

As expected from Dualtron, we see a lot of their other almost legendary models near the top of this list, like the Dualtron Thunder, Dualtron Ultra, and Dualtron 2 & 3. Maybe those people that believe Dualtron is the best scooter company are not far from the truth.

Best value & best waterproof long range electric scooter – EMove Cruiser

EMove Cruiser in a winter setting

The EMove Cruiser is my favorite electric scooter. This is not a statement I make lightly, and I’ve only dared to say this after years in the scooter world, but today, this is the best value, best general purpose electric scooter in the world.

A vastly underrated scooter in my opinion. Priced at only $1399, it is the cheapest scooter on this list that can reach a range of 62 mi / 100 km on a single charge! If you need the cheapest super-long range scooter for as little money as possible, this may be your choice.

Even though the 62 mi / 100 km of range is in an ideal scenario, users report that it’s not that far from the truth. One user says that after riding for 31 mi / 50 km in regular traffic, the scooter had about 40% of its battery remaining.

We can extrapolate that the maximum range would be close to 50 mi / 80 kilometers. And keep in mind – the owner is a 225 lbs / 100 kg guy!

Another report puts the maximum range per single charge at 58 miles / 93 kilometers!

Wow! Just.. wow!

The EMove Cruiser is famous for its unrivaled IP rating. With an IP rating of IP67, it is the only scooter in the world right now that is truly waterproof. Most scooters either have no IP rating, or have IP54 or IPX4, which makes them merely water-resistant.

Aside from that, this scooter is of tremendous value in general. I’m kinda amazed that it doesn’t cost $2500 or more.

Owners can’t say enough good things about this scooter. It is one of the most popular mid-price scooters of today, and it is only entrenching itself in that position more and more with every new stellar owner review.

If you’re after the best waterproof long range scooter, or you simply want a great value long-range scooter, the EMove Cruiser is definitely your choice (check the full review here if you want to find out more).

Where to buy the EMove Cruiser from?

The best (and probably only) place to get the EMove Cruiser from is the official Voromotors store (make sure to enter the code “escooternerds” without quotes for a 7% discount). As one of the most trusted brands in the industry, they do a great job and ship very fast. Shipping is free within the USA and it will take between 2 and 4 days. For other countries the usual expenses are added to the original price ($250 for the UK, $200 – $300 for most EU countries, $100 for Canada, $350 for Australia, ~$300 for the Philippines and Asia), and the waiting times will be between 3 days and 2 weeks.

Emove Cruiser Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed45 kmh
Top speed28 mph
Range100 km
Range62 mi
Motorssingle hub BLDC
Power600 W real, 1600 W peak
Climb angle10 °
Battery1560 Wh, 52 V
Battery typeLG
Charging time9 h
Ingress protection (IP)IPX6
Weight23.5 kg
Weight52 lbs
Weight limit160 kg
Weight limit350 lbs
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic tubeless car-grade
Tire pressure45 psi
Foldable handlebarsyes
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Build materialaluminum alloy
Brakesfront + rear semi-hydraulic disc brakes, 140 mm
Shock absorbersfront dual-form spring-loaded suspension, and dual rear air suspension, adjustable
Lightsfront + rear + turn
ControlLCD, voltmeter
Cruise controlyes
Warranty12 months
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)124 cm * 25 cm * 35 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)49 in * 10 in * 14 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)121 cm * 57 cm * 118 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)48 in * 22 in * 46 in
Ground clearance20 cm
Ground clearance8 in
Deck to handlebar height98 cm (est)
Deck to handlebar height39 in (est)
Adjustable handlebaryes
NotesLG battery ISO certified; foldable handlebars; 3 colors: black, white, orange; tested range; 2-4 bus days shipping; horn; $250 – $350 for shipping

Best long range scooter under $3000 – Dualtron 3

folded Dualtron 3

If you are spending three thousand dollars on a long range scooter, you better be sure you are getting a reliable, high-quality, well-made scooter.

The best choice here would be Dualtron 3. You will get a truly premium electric scooter for $2960, with a maximum potential range of 75 mi / 120 km.

You simply can’t go wrong with a Dualtron. They are considered the best manufacturers by many enthusiasts. Dualtron 3 is one of their flagship products.

Where to buy the Dualtron 3 from?

As usual with the Dualtron brand, it’s best to go straight to the source and get the Dualtron 3 from the USAMinimotors store. They ship for free in the US, and charge a small fee of $20 for the rest of the world, not including other taxes.

Dualtron 3 Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed65 kmh
Top speed40 mph
Range120 km
Range75 mi
Motorsdual hub BLDC
Power1600 W real, 3600 W peak
Climb angle25 °
Battery1658 Wh, 59.2 V
Charging time20 h
Ingress protection (IP)IP54
Weight36 kg
Weight79 lbs
Weight limit120 kg
Weight limit265 lbs
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic road
Tire pressure45-50 psi
Foldable handlebarsyes
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Build materialaviation grade 6082-T6 aluminum alloy + steel
Brakeshydraulic 140 mm disc
Shock absorbersdual rubber adjustable suspension
LightsLED lights + multicolor
ControlEY3 LCD
Warranty6 months
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)114 cm * 27 cm * 53 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)45 in * 11 in * 21 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)114 cm * 60 cm * 120 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)45 in * 24 in * 47 in
Deck to handlebar height103 cm
Deck to handlebar height41 in
Adjustable handlebaryes
NotesLG battery;

Best long range scooter under $2000 – Apollo Pro 52V

person with a helmet riding an Apollo Pro electric scooter on a street

If you want a high-quality long-range scooter and your budget is around $2000, you can safely go for the Apollo Pro 52V and be 100% sure you are getting an amazing scooter.

Apollo are one of the hottest electric scooter brands right now. All of their models are excellent choices, and the Apollo Pro is their best scooter.

There are several versions of the Apollo Pro available, depending on the battery size, brake types, and other important features.

The craziest version, the Apollo Pro Ludicrous, is an insanely overpowered scooter capable of developing speeds of 44 mph / 71 kmh, but it does so at the expense of range.

The Apollo Pro 52V version, on the other hand, tips the scales more in favor of range, and with a range of 56 mi / 90 km, is the longest range scooter from the Apollo line. It is still very powerful, able to reach speeds of 37 mph / 60 kmh, climb steep hills, and carry up to 330 lbs / 150 kg of weight.

Since I’m always looking for great value, I find Apollo scooters to be very attractive in terms of value for the price. A scooter like the Apollo Pro 52V could easily cost well above $2500, but that’s not nearly the case, and you can get this great pick for just $1799. In my opinion, there’s no better long-range scooter for under $2000 than the Apollo Pro 52V.

Where to buy the Apollo Pro from?

The only place that sells the original Apollo Pro is the official Apollo store.

Apollo Pro 52V Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed60 km/h
Top speed37 mph
Range90 km
Range56 mi
Power2000 W real, 2400 W peak
Climb angle40 °
Battery1170 Wh, 52 V
Battery typeLG
Charging time10 h
Weight35 kg
Weight77 lbs
Weight limit150 kg
Weight limit330 lbs
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic
Foldable handlebarsyes
Build materialforged aluminium
Terrainsstreets, bike lanes, sidewalks, trails
Brakescable or hydraulic
Shock absorbersdual spring
ControlStandard Apollo
Cruise controlyes
Warranty24 months
Rider age18-60
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)128 cm * 68 cm * 52.5 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)50.4 in * 26.8 in * 20.7 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)129.5 cm * 68 cm * 132 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)51 in * 26.8 in * 52 in

Best long range scooter under $1000 – Ninebot Max

person riding a Ninebot Max electric scooter in an urban setting

So you have $1000 and you need the best possible long range electric scooter you can get. What do you go for?

You can’t go wrong with the Ninebot Max. For about $799 you will get a scooter trusted by millions, and you will get $200 change.

You won’t be breaking any speed records with a maximum speed of 18 mph / 30 km/h out of the box.

But you will get a great range of 40 mi / 64 km. For that kind of money, it is a brilliant range.

Probably the most important thing about the Ninebot Max is that it has learned a lot of lessons from the Xiaomi and Ninebot models, and applied them successfully in an impeccable design, unseen quality for the price, and great performance overall.

A rarely seen waterproof rating of IPX5 will protect your scooter on rainy days, and the 10-inch tires will give you very comfortable rides without safety, as they will rarely go flat because of their self-healing feature.

I think the biggest ace in the sleeve that the Ninobot Max has is the praise and love it has received from its owners so far. With an impossible 4.6-star rating out of 5 on Amazon, out of almost 3.000 reviews, this is one of the most beloved scooters ever. You can see the full Ninebot Max review if you wish to find out more about this excellent model.

Where to buy the Ninebot Max from?

No surprises here, the best, most reliable way to get the Ninebot Max is through Amazon.

For Canada, the fastest and most reliable way to get the Ninebot Max would be through TekTrendy. Your scooter will arrive in a matter of days, sometimes even the next day, and there will be no other costs, neither shipping nor taxes.

In Europe, including the UK, the best place to get the Ninebot Max from is Gearbest. Make sure to select one of the European warehouses for faster deliveries and lowest possible shipping costs and taxes. In addition, UK shoppers may find a great deal on PureElectric as well.

Ninebot Max Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed30 kmh
Top speed18.6 mph
Range64 km
Range40 mi
Motorssingle BLDC hub in rear wheel
Power350 W real, 700 W peak
Climb angle11 °
Battery551 Wh, 36 V
Charging time6 h
Ingress protection (IP)IPX5
Weight19 kg
Weight42 lbs
Weight limit100 kg
Weight limit220 lbs
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic self-healing
Tire pressure32-37 psi
Foldable handlebarsno
Seatno (customization possible)
Trunk or basketoptional
Build materialaluminum
Terrainsasphalt/flat pavement: obstacles under 0.4 in (1 cm); gaps under 1.2 in (3 cm)
BrakesFront mechanical drum + rear sheel regenerative electric brakes
Shock absorbersno
Lights2.5w high-brightness LED light + brake light
ControlLED screen
Speed modeseco, standard, sport
Cruise controlyes
AppAndroid & iOS
Warranty12 months (6 months on battery)
CertificatesCAN ICES-3 (B)/NMB-3(B), UN/DOT 38.3, ANSI/UL 2271
Rider age14+
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)117 cm * 42 cm * 53 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)46 in * 17 in * 21 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)117 cm * 42 cm * 120 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)46 in * 17 in * 47 in
Deck dimensions (L * W)51 cm * 17.8 cm
Deck dimensions (L * W)20 in * 7 in
Ground clearance8 cm
Ground clearance3 in
Deck to handlebar height102 cm
Deck to handlebar height40 in
Rider height120 – 200 cm
Rider height47 – 79 in
Adjustable handlebarno
Notessmart BMS; regen brakes; one cord charger; anti-slip deck;

Best long range scooter under $700 – Kugoo M4 Pro

side view of Kugoo M4 Pro on a white background

As we slim down the budget, the range you can get is not that big anymore.

I would choose the Kugoo M4 Pro here, usually priced around $675.

We are no longer in beast territory anymore, so no more ranges above 50 miles / 80 kilometers. But you will get a range of 37 miles / 60 kilometers, which is still very impressive, especially considering the budget. You can see the full review of the Kugoo M4 Pro if you want to find out more.

Where to buy the Kugoo M4 Pro from?

The best place to buy the Kugoo M4 Pro in Europe and the UK is Geekbuying by far. Your scooter will arrive in a matter of days, with no additional costs for most countries. It currently has a 17% discount on the price if you buy through the link, although I’m not sure how long will that last.

Kugoo M4 Pro Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed45 kmh
Top speed28 mph
Range60 km
Range37 mi
Motorssingle BLDC
Power500 W
Climb angle12 °
Battery624 Wh, 48 V
Charging time8 h
Ingress protection (IP)IPX4
Weight22.5 kg
Weight50 lbs
Weight limit150 kg
Weight limit330 lbs
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic, anti skid, offroad
Foldable handlebarsyes
Seatyes (optional)
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Build materialaluminum alloy
Terrainsall terrains
Brakesdual disc brake
Shock absorbersdual spring
Lightsfront LED + safety taillight + red night light
Controlhigh-contrast round display
Speed modes3
Warranty12 months (6 on battery)
CertificatesCE & MSDS verification
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)116 cm * 22 cm * 35 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)46 in * 9 in * 14 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)115 cm * 56 cm * 120 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)45 in * 22 in * 47 in
Deck to handlebar height95 cm (est)
Deck to handlebar height37 in (est)
Adjustable handlebaryes

Best long range scooter under $500 – Xiaomi M365 Pro

top view of the Xiaomi M365 Pro leaning in a living room

Well, you could get a lot of great scooters with a good range for under $500. The Ninebot ES 3 with 28 mi / 45 km of range, or any of the Kugoo Pro/M2 Pro/S1 models or the Macwheel MX1 will still get you 18 mi / 30 km of range.

But it’s hard to make a case against the Xiaomi M365 Pro here.

You will have to dish out an extra $50, but it will be very well worth it. Otherwise, you can almost always get a refurbished, good-as-new scooter for well under $500.

You will get what is likely the most popular, most tested electric scooter as of now, and you will still have a very good range of 28 mi / 45 km. Sometimes it’s just smart to go with the public, and the Xiaomi M365 Pro is one instance of that. All of these millions of scooterists around the world (myself included) that have chosen the Xiaomi M365 can’t be all wrong.

The most successful scooter ever will not only provide you with decent range on a single charge, but also there are tons and tons of battery customizations and firmware upgrades that can easily increase the range even more.

Besides range, you will get a ton of other goodness from it – a 600 Watt brushless low-speed current Hall electric motor that can accelerate and climb really well, an IP54 protection against water damage, regenerative anti-lock brakes on the front along with 120mm ventilated disc brakes on the rear, all of that in a portable scooter weighing just 31 lbs / 14 kg.

In summary, this scooter is the most popular scooter out there for a very good reason. It will not get you as much range as the other range monsters described here, but for around $500, you will get an unbeatable value, and a very solid range that will fill the needs of 99% of commuters out there.

Read my full review on the Xiaomi M365 Pro to learn more.

Where to buy the Xiaomi M365 Pro from?

When ordering from the US, or most European countries, this store on Banggood provides the best terms, including free shipping and very fast delivery times.

Seems like the only place where the Xiaomi M365 Pro is easily available in Canada is from TekTrendy. The scooter will arrive very fast (possibly within 24 hours), and there will be no additional shipping or other costs.

UK, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Asia, Worldwide
Another store on Banggood has excellent coverage and conditions for the Xiaomi M365 Pro for the UK, Australia, New Zealand, most of Asia, often including free shipping to most places in the world!

If none of the stores above have the Xiaomi M365 Pro in stock for your region, you can try AliExpress or GeekBuying, they both have good coverage, often provide free shipping, and usually have many items in stock.

Xiaomi M365 Pro Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed25 km/h
Top speed15.5 mph
Range45 km
Range28 mi
Motorsbrushless low-speed current Hall electric motor
Power300 W real, 600 W peak
Climb angle12 °
Battery474 Wh, 36 V
Battery type3 element, smart BMS
Charging time8.5 h
Weight14 kg
Weight30.8 lbs
Weight limit100 kg
Weight limit220 lbs
Ingress protection (IP)IP54
Tire size8.5 in
Tire typepneumatic road
Tire pressure45-50 psi
Foldable handlebarsno
Seatno (customization possible)
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Build materialaerospace-grade aluminum
Terrainscement, asphalt, flat soil pavements, bumps or steps less than 1cm high, less than 3cm wide
Brakesrear 120mm ventilated disc + front E-ABS regenerative anti-lock
Shock absorbersno (customization available)
Lightsultra-bright headlight + brake light
ControlLCD display
Speed modes3
Cruise controlyes
AppiOS, Android
Warranty12 – 24 months
Rider age16-50
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)113 cm * 43 cm * 49 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)44.5 in * 17 in * 19.3 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)113 cm * 43 cm * 118 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)44.5 in * 17 in * 46.5 in
Deck dimensions (L * W)45 cm * 15 cm
Deck dimensions (L * W)18 in * 6 in
Ground clearance8.7 cm
Ground clearance3.4 in
Deck to handlebar height98 cm
Deck to handlebar height38.6 in
Rider height120 – 200 cm
Rider height47.2 – 78.7 in
Adjustable handlebarno
Noteshack available, increases top speed and power

Best long range scooter under $300 – Swagtron Swagger Pro

Near the top of this article, we defined long range scooters as ones that can achieve distances of 25 miles / 40 kilometers or more on a single charge.

Well, sadly, no long-range scooter costs below $300.

However, you can still get a good scooter for that price that will not disappoint you in terms of range. It will not be “long range” by our definition from above, but it will take you 18 miles / 29 kilometers on one charge.

That is the Swagtron Swagger Pro.

For around $300, you will also get a 15.5 mph / 25 km/h top speed, and several other neat features like an IPX4 water protection standard, regenerative brakes, and a very portable carbon-fiber model weighing just 16 lbs / 7.25 kg. Great bang for buck if you ask me.

Where to buy the Swagtron Swagger Pro from?

The Swagtron Swagger Pro can be found on Amazon.

Swagtron Swagger Pro Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed25 kmh
Top speed15.5 mph
Range29 km
Range18 mi
Power250 W
Battery155 Wh, 24 V
Charging time2.5 h
Ingress protection (IP)IPX4
Weight7.25 kg
Weight16 lbs
Weight limit100 kg
Weight limit220 lbs
Tire size7 in
Build materialcarbon fiber
Shock absorbersno
LightsLED headlight
Controldigital display
Cruise controlyes
Warranty1 year warranty, 30 day return
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)100 cm * 41 cm * 24 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)39 in * 16 in * 9 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)92 cm * 41 cm * 100 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)36 in * 16 in * 39 in
Adjustable handlebarno

Best long range electric scooter with a seat – Dualtron Ultra

Personally, I’m not exactly sure why most scooters don’t come with the option for a seat. It’s such a useful, mature accessory, and if you think it deducts you a few cool points, you can easily remove it.

The best super-long range scooter that can support an optional seat is the Dualtron Ultra. We all know by now how awesome Dualtron is, and since this is one of their best-selling models, we know it will be awesome too.

With a range of 75 mi / 120 km, the Dualtron Ultra is well within the super-long range category. Awesome top speed of 50 mph / 80 km/h, an incredible dual 5700 Watt motor, climb angle of 35 degrees, and a water protection standard of IP54, make the Dualtron Ultra another brilliant offer by Dualtron.

And, of course, you can add or remove the optional seat, which makes it the best long range scooter with a seat.

Where to buy the Dualtron Ultra from?

As with most Dualtron scooters, the Dualtron Ultra is probably best ordered from the USAMinimotors store. They will ship the Dualtron Ultra for free in the US, and charge a flat rate of $20 for the rest of the world.

Dualtron Ultra Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed85 kmh
Top speed53 mph
Range120 km
Range75 mi
Motorsdual hub BLDC
Power2400 W real, 5400 W peak
Climb angle30 °
Battery1920 Wh, 60 V
Charging time20 h
Ingress protection (IP)IP54
Weight37 kg
Weight82 lbs
Weight limit150 kg
Weight limit330 lbs
Tire size11 in
Tire typepneumatic road, cross tire inner tubes
Tire pressure45-50 psi
Trunk or basketno
Build materialaviation aluminum forging alloy
Brakesfront + rear disc brakes
Shock absorbersrubber front + rear
Lightsstem + dual LED front + tail + brake lights
Warranty6 months
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)123 cm * 60 cm * 52 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)48 in * 24 in * 20 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)123 cm * 60 cm * 120 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)48 in * 24 in * 47 in
Deck to handlebar height98 cm
Deck to handlebar height39 in
Adjustable handlebaryes
NotesLG battery;

Best offroad long range electric scooter – Kaabo Wolf Warrior

side view of a black Kaabo Wolf Warrior electric scooter with red details leaning on its stand in a dark room
The Kaabo Wolf Warrior… that really does sound cool

Wolf Warrior… it just sounds so cool. I never get tired of saying it.

A testament to the brand’s greatness is how many of its models are on the list of long range scooters above. Kaabo is a brand that knows how to produce great scooters.

The Kaabo Wolf Warrior is one of the most powerful scooters available today. Its 2100 Watt-hour battery, combined with its real 2400 Watts power of the motor, makes it one of the most performant scooters ever made.

Besides the very cool model name, the Kaabo Wolf Warrior also boasts amazing range capabilities. Interestingly, there are a few numbers being thrown around. The most frequent one says that in a lab scenario, it can go for 70 miles / 112 kilometers on a single charge.

There were several range tests reported online, and they averaged about 68 kilometers. Not only is that excellent, but it is also one of the highest real-world ranges reported, which means that even though the official range claimed by the company is not that big, users keep getting great range out of the Kaabo Wolf Warrior.

Where this scooter shines is its offroad abilities. It may as well be the original pioneer in offroad models, and it’s probably the best offroad model for years already.

So if range and offroad rides are your biggest concern (and you want it confirmed that you will get a great range, not just claims from the manufacturers), then the Kaabo Wolf Warrior will be a great option.

Where to buy the Kaabo Wolf Warrior from?

In the last few months, the Kaabo Wolf Warrior has been available on Voromotors, and for a much lower price than what you would find elsewhere. As usual, ordering from Voromotors means stellar customer support, free delivery in many countries including the US, and a shipping period of just a few days. Also, don’t forget to use the coupon code escooternerds for a 7% discount!

Kaabo Wolf Warrior Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed80 kmh
Top speed50 mph
Range112 km
Range70 mi
Motorsdual brushless BLDC
Power2400 W real, 5400 W peak
Climb angle17 °
Battery2100 Wh, 60 V
Battery type35Ah LG or Samsung
Charging time12 h
Ingress protection (IP)IPX4
Weight46 kg
Weight101 lbs
Weight limit150 kg
Weight limit330 lbs
Tire size11 in
Tire typepneumatic tubeless
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Terrainsall terrains, great for offroad
Brakeshydraulic + electronic
Shock absorbersfront + rear hydraulic
Lightshead light + rear lights + side lights
Warranty6 months, 15 days return
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)150 cm * 28 cm * 48 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)59 in * 11 in * 19 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)125 cm * 63 cm * 127 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)49 in * 25 in * 50 in
Deck to handlebar height97 cm (est)
Deck to handlebar height38 in (est)
Adjustable handlebaryes
Use casespower, offroad

Best high-end long range electric scooter – Inokim OXO

front-diagonal view of a black Inokim OXO electric scooter with orange details on a white background

Inokim has put out a model that punches above its weight with the Inokim OXO. The Inokim OXO is a very solid option for a high-quality scooter costing up to $2500 and still being able to cover great distances.

Its advertised maximum range is 68 miles / 110 kilometers in ideal conditions.

In one of the rare footages showing the full range test, we can see the Inokim OXO handling literally everything the owner can throw at him and achieving a range of 24 miles / 39 kilometers. The owner goes offroad quite a lot, really testing the scooter. He notes that this range would easily be much higher in urban driving conditions, stating that 30 mi / 48 km would not be a problem at all.

Offroad range test of the Inokim OXO

While it’s real speed limit is around 40 mph / 65 km/h, it often comes locked in at 15 mph / 25 km/h. If you want to ride it at its full speed potential, you will have to unlock it.

As we can see, Inokim also has many other models that are real range beasts. I am keeping an eye on Inokim, I do believe that they will continue producing excellent scooters in the future.

The distinguishing quality of most Inokim scooters is how well they are put together, their overall build quality, their attention to detail, and their finishing touches. If you want a well-priced, high-range, high-quality electric scooter that can take everything the world has to throw at it without a hiccup, go for the Inokim OXO.

Check the full review of the Inokim OXO to find out more about this amazing scooter.

Where to buy the Inokim OXO from?

US, Canada
There is no better place to buy the Inokim OXO from in the USA or Canada than from FluidFreeRide. It provides the lowest costs from all merchants, both on the original price and in shipping costs. In fact, for the US and Canada, shipping will most likely be free, or very cheap. You will get your scooter within 3-5 business days.

UK, EU, Australia, New Zealand, Worldwide
For UK/EU and international shipping, it’s best to get the Inokim OXO from FluidFreeRide as well. There might be some additional shipping costs starting from $50, all the way up to several hundred, but your scooter will probably arrive reasonably fast. Additionally, for people in the UK and Ireland, PureElectric may offer an even better deal, as it will likely have faster shipping and no additional taxes and customs fees.

Inokim OXO Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed65 kmh
Top speed40 mph
Range110 km
Range68 mi
Motorsdual hub BLDC
Power2000 W real, 2600 W peak
Climb angle15 °
Battery1536 Wh, 60 V
Charging time12 h
Ingress protection (IP)IPX4
Weight34 kg
Weight75 lbs
Weight limit120 kg
Weight limit265 lbs
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic
Tire pressure43-50 psi
Foldable handlebarsno
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Build materialaviation-grade aluminum alloy
Terrainsall terrain
Brakesfront + rear full hydraulic disc brakes
Shock absorbersadjustable suspension
Lightsfront + rear LED lights
Warranty24 months
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)122 cm * 59 cm * 54 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)48 in * 23 in * 21 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)122 cm * 59 cm * 130 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)48 in * 23 in * 51 in
Deck to handlebar height105 cm (est)
Deck to handlebar height41 in (est)
Adjustable handlebaryes
NotesLG battery; adjustable ground clearance;

Best climbing long range electric scooter – Apollo Pro Ludicrous

The Apollo Pro Ludicrous sits at the crossroads of long-range scooters and great climbing scooters.

The famous Apollo Pro line has several versions, mostly differing in voltage, and the Ludicrous version is clearly the most powerful one.

With dual motors for a combined peak power of 3200 W and amazing traction, the Apollo Pro Ludicrous can climb hills up to 40 degrees. At the same time, the 1260 Wh Samsung battery gives it a range of 56 mi / 90 km.

That makes the Apollo Pro Ludicrous the best long-range electric scooter that shines at going uphill as well.

Besides range and climbing power, you get a speed of 44 mph / 71 kmh, an IP54 water protection standard, large 10-inch pneumatic tires for comfortable rides, dual regenerative hydraulic brakes, and dual spring suspension.

This scooter is the complete package indeed. For the price of $3299, you get a remarkable piece of machinery, one of the best products ever put out on the market.

Consider the Apollo Pro Ludicrous if you want very long rides in places with lots of ups and downs.

Where to buy the Apollo Pro from?

The only place that sells the original Apollo Pro is the official Apollo store.

Apollo Pro Ludicrous Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed71 km/h
Top speed44 mph
Range90 km
Range56 mi
Power2400 W real, 3200 W peak
Climb angle40 °
Battery1260 Wh, 60 V
Battery typeSamsung
Charging time12 h
Weight35 kg
Weight77 lbs
Weight limit150 kg
Weight limit330 lbs
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic
Foldable handlebarsyes
Build materialforged aluminium
Terrainsstreets, bike lanes, sidewalks, trails
Brakesdual hydraulic regenerative
Shock absorbersdual spring
ControlStandard Apollo
Cruise controlyes
Warranty24 months
Rider age18-60
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)128 cm * 68 cm * 52.5 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)50.4 in * 26.7 in * 20.6 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)129.5 cm * 68 cm * 132 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)51 in * 26.7 in * 52 in

Best long range electric scooter for heavy adults – Qiewa Q1 Hummer

side view of the Qiewa Q1 Hummer

And another greatly underestimated long range scooter.

Priced around $1400, it is literally the cheapest scooter in the world that can go around 62 mi / 100 km on a single charge.

That is just impressive.

You get an 800 Watt motor and a 1248 Watt-hour battery, and for that price, it’s a real bargain.

I expect to see Qiewa scooters become a lot more popular than they are today. I’m personally considering getting one of these if I don’t get enough money for the more expensive scooters on this list.

What separates the Qiewa Q1 Hummer from the other range monsters is its carry load. With a weight limit of 550 lbs / 250 kg, it is the best long range electric scooter for heavy adults, and it’s not even close.

If you are interested in the Qiewa Q1 Hummer, you can check it out on Amazon.

Where to buy the Qiewa Q1 Hummer from?

The best place to get the Qiewa Q1 Hummer from in the UK, Ireland, and most countries in the EU, is from Amazon UK. In the UK, you will get free shipping and no taxes, and those costs will be reasonable for the EU countries.

At one time, this scooter was widely available on a listing on the global Amazon store. Sadly, that seems to no longer be the case. While delivery seems to be problematic, your only option may be the Qiewa official store.

Qiewa Q1 Hummer Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed60 km/h
Top speed37 mph
Range104 km
Range64 miles
Motorssingle BLDC
Power800 W
Battery1248 Wh, 48 V
Charging time8 h
Climb angle30°
Weight27 kg
Weight59 lbs
Weight limit250 kg
Weight limit550 lbs
Ingress protection (IP)IPX6
Adjustable handlebaryes
Tire size10 in
Tire typepneumatic anti-slip
Tire pressure45 psi
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Build materialhigh-strength aluminum alloy
Brakesdouble disc brakes
Shock absorbersdual shock absorbers
Lights4 position ligths, front + rear brake + side
Keyskeys + remote
Warranty12 months (6 on battery)

Fastest long-range electric scooter – Dualped Scorpion / Scorpion +

Dualped is currently one of the most interesting manufacturers of electric scooters. What I love about them is that they go for it all, no holding back, no brakes, no keeping one hand on the eject button (that’s a Topgun analogy).

The Dualped Scorption+ is currently the fastest scooter you can buy that has a proven top speed. There are faster scooters in the world, but they all include further speed enhancements after unboxing, or they don’t really offer proof for their claimed top speeds. The Dualped Scorpion+ is the fastest scooter out of the box, and there are several videos of it reaching insane speeds without any modifications.

With both the Scorpion and the Scorption+ models, besides the fastest scooters in the world, you get the ones with the third-longest range. They can both go up to 75 miles / 120 kilometers on a single charge in test environments.

Their proprietary motors develop power levels up to 5000 Watts for the Dualped Scorpion and 6000 Watts for the Dualped Scorpion +, and 1800 and 23100 Watt-hours in their batteries respectively.

With a less than 1% defect ratio, the Dualpeds are truly remarkable scooters.

Best designed long range electric scooter – WePed GT 50E

rear diagonal view of a black WePed GT electric scooter leaning on its stand
The base of the WePed GT E50

Outside of South Korea and California, few people have heard of the WePed electric scooters. That’s a real shame, since they are one of the best-engineered, most beautifully-designed scooters currently on the market.

The WePed GT is their best scooter so far. Like many high-end scooters, they are not mass-produced, and are hand-crafted individually for each order. That means customizations are entirely possible and negotiable with the company.

The theoretical range you get with the WePed GT E50 is 65 mi / 104 km. You get a maximum speed of up to an impressive 45 mph / 72 km/h.

Where this scooter shines is its looks. With a daring, unconventional curved stem, it will certainly attract more eyeballs than your typical Xiaomi.

Its ability to climb hills is also amazing – it can take on angles of up to 50 degrees, making it one of the best climbers out there.

In their own words, the WePed GT 50E is the perfect balance between power and long range. With brushless DC dual hub motors being able to develop power of up to 3600 Watts, and a battery with an energy storage capacity of 1800 Watt-hours, that is the case indeed.

Where to buy the Weped GT from?

Probably the only place where you can get the Weped GT is from the Weped store.

Weped GT Specifications

Imperial Metric

Top speed72 km/h
Top speed45 mph
Range104 km
Range64 miles
Motorsdual hub BLDC
Power3600 W
BatterySamsung SDI, 1800 Wh, 60 V
Charging time12 h
Climb angle27°
Weight35 kg
Weight77 lbs
Weight limit100 kg
Weight limit220 lbs
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)120 cm * 64 cm * 51 cm
Folded dimensions (L * W * H)47.2 in * 25 in * 20.1 in
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)120 cm * 64 cm * 122 cm
Unfolded dimensions (L * W * H)47.2 in * 25 in * 48 in
Deck to handlebar height97 cm (est)
Deck to handlebar height in (est)
Adjustable handlebarno
Tire size10 x 5.5 in
Tire typeShinko wide tubeless tires
Trunk or basketno (customization possible)
Build materialaluminum + carbon fiber
Brakesfront + rear electronic regenerative drum brakes
Shock absorbers4 link dampening front + rear bushing suspension
LightsLED lights front + side + rear brake
Keysno (customization possible)
Warranty6 months (12 on battery)

Most portable, best long range electric scooter for commuting – Joyor Y10

Joyor scooters are not that famous (yet), but the Spanish company is slowly building up its brand as a serious challenger to the established names in the medium and medium-high price ranges.

With a price of around $1500, the Joyor Y10 is one of the cheapest scooters that can reach ranges of up to 62 mi / 100 km.

It has a 500 Watt motor, which may not sound like a lot for great range, but a 1248 Watt-hour-battery coupled with a speed limit of 22 mph / 35 kmh lets us know that it is a scooter optimized for range.

The best thing about the Joyor Y10 is that it manages to package all of that in a scooter weighing only 50 lbs / 23 kg. That makes it the clear winner when it comes to portability and small weight in the super-long range scooters. 50 lbs / 23 kg may not be exactly portable, but when you consider that many of these long range models weigh more than 90 lbs / 40 kg, it suddenly starts to seem as light as a feather.

It will definitely be the only scooter you ever have a chance of getting into the trunk of your car, or in public transport. Not that you will need to.

Best fat-tire long range electric scooter – Stator

Surprisingly, even though fat-tire scooters seem closer to motorcycles than to electric scooters, they don’t really provide that much range.

Except for the Stator.

Besides being one of the most well-designed, futuristic-looking scooters ever, this scooter has a range of 80 miles / 128 km, which makes it the third longest-range electric scooter in the world.

This beautiful masterpiece can only be preordered right now, and not a lot is known about it. The expectations are sure great. All I could find out is that it has a top speed of about 30 mph / 48 km/h, a 1000 Watt motor, and it weighs 90 lbs / 41 kg.

It sure looks amazing, too. There is something about simplicity that makes things beautiful, and this scooter reflects that.

Best long range electric scooter in Europe – Techlife X9

side view of the Techlife X9 electric scooter leaning on its stand standing on a railroad

Most of us in Europe will have a hard time getting a Dualtron or a Zero to ship here. It will either be impossible, or cost hundreds of dollars more, and a lot can go wrong along the way.

That’s where Techlife comes in. The Polish store is probably the only brand that offers true monster scooters for the European market. The Techlife X9 is their flagship scooter, and definitely has the longest range.

When it comes to the ideal scenario maximum range, we can see that the third place is shared by a few contenders. The Techlife is a great balance between very, very high speeds and amazing range, able to cover distances of 120 kilometers on a single charge.

In a real-world range test, in an urban scenario, with traffic, curves, and ups and downs, Adam from WrongWay says he got a maximum range of around 60 km, but that he can see how 80 kilometers can be achieved too. Very impressive.

screenshot of app for measuring distance crossed showing total distance of 57.91 kilometers

The real power of the dual motors is 3200 Watts, and peak power can go up to 7000 Watts, making it maybe the most powerful motor in the world today. Its battery comes at a 2300 Watt-hour capacity, also making it one of the strongest batteries in a scooter today.

Where the Techlife X9 stands out is its waterproofing capabilities. With an IP rating of IP35, it is currently the long range electric scooter with the best protection against water. All the other super-long range scooters either have no IP rating at all, or an IPX4 rating.

I absolutely love what Techlife is doing with their scooters. Even though they are practically the same as the Zero scooters, they obviously do some modifications to better equip them for the European market. Each model they release is better than their previous one, and you can see most of their models in the long range table. If you decide to go for a Techlife scooter, or the Techlife X9 in particular, you really can’t go wrong. If you are interested, you can check out the full review of the Techlife X9.

What is the best value-for-money long range scooter?

That would have to be the EMove Cruiser. Priced at just around $1399, it is the only scooter that can truly reach ranges of 62 miles / 100 kilometers, and not cost you an arm and a leg. You will get a great performing, amazing long range scooter for a very fair price.

Check the full review of the EMove Cruiser to learn exactly why this is the case.

What is considered long range in an electric scooter?

For an electric scooter to be considered long range, it should have at least 25 miles / 40 kilometers. That is already a non-trivial distance for a vehicle that operates on lithium-ion batteries, and can have a lot of real-world applications.

I can’t even remember the number of times I’ve heard of an electric scooter described as long range, only to see in the specs that it has a range of 15 miles / 25 kilometers. We can’t really consider that long range, as that’s pretty close to the average range of electric scooters, as the research below will show. It only makes sense that a long-range scooter should have a range that’s significantly longer than the average range, right?

Also, there’s always the issue of official vs user-reported range. Very often, the official range is the one that is obtained in ideal lab conditions, and should not be taken at face value (more on that below).

The 25 miles / 40 kilometers is a good cutting point, and it will label around 60% of scooters as not long-range. 25 miles / 40 kilometers will likely translate into 15-20 miles / 25-32 kilometers of range in real-world usage, which is a pretty big, useful number.

Electric scooter range vs battery life

Often times, people say battery life of the scooter, but they actually mean “range”. They even use kilometers or miles to measure it. Both of those terms usually refer to the same thing.

Sometimes, battery life is also measured in time as well, and refers to the time a single battery charge lasts. For me, that makes much more sense. When you talk about how long the “life” of something is, time is the most logical measurement. Still, measuring battery life in time is not very useful, since the amount of time a battery charge lasts can vary wildly.

To avoid confusion, I will keep using the term “range” throughout this post, and the blog in general.

Electric scooter ranges

These are all the long range electric scooters in 2020.

Electric scooterOfficial rangeUser-tested rangePrice
Dualtron X93 mi / 150 km70 mi / 114 km (real world usage)$5999
Zero 11X89.9 mi / 145 km$3499
Stator79.4 mi / 128 km$3995
Dualped Scorpion+74.4 mi / 120 km50 mi / 80 km (real world usage)$3150
Dualped Scorpion74.4 mi / 120 km50 mi / 80 km (real world usage)$2650
Dualtron Ultra74.4 mi / 120 km$3149
Techlife X974.4 mi / 120 km35 – 50 mi / 57 – 80 km (mix driving range test)$3550
Dualtron Thunder74.4 mi / 120 km43 mi / 69 km (rel world usage)$3699
Currus NF74.4 mi / 120 km$2799
Dualtron 374.4 mi / 120 km$2960
Kaabo Wolf Warrior69.4 mi / 112 km42 mi / 68 km (real world usage)$3199
Inokim OXO68.2 mi / 110 km25 – 31 mi / 40 – 50+ km (real world and offroad testing)$2490
Qiewa Q1 Hummer64.5 mi / 104 km$1379
WePed GT64.5 mi / 104 km$3499
Dualped Speed Demon62 mi / 100 km$2450
Emobo Duotork62 mi / 100 km$1899
Emove Cruiser62 mi / 100 km50 – 58 mi / 80-93 km (real world drive, heavy user)$1399
NanRobot LS762 mi / 100 km$3199
Techlife X7S62 mi / 100 km$2000
Inokim OX 21Ah62 mi / 100 km$1970
Joyor Y1062 mi / 100 km22 – 25 mi / 35-40 km (real world drive)$1526
Rion2 RE9059.5 mi / 96 km$7400
EVOLV Pro55.8 mi / 90 km$1932
NanRobot RS754.6 mi / 88 km$2799
NanRobot RS454.6 mi / 88 km$1900
Outstorm Maxx52.7 mi / 85 km$1997
Kugoo G-Booster 20Ah52.7 mi / 85 km$1095
Qiewa Q Power49.6 mi / 80 km$2099
NanRobot RS649.6 mi / 80 km$2349
FLJ T11349.6 mi / 80 km$1500
NanRobot D5+49.6 mi / 80 km$1380
Techlife X749.6 mi / 80 km$1785
Zero 8X49.6 mi / 80 km$1485
Dualtron Compact49.6 mi / 80 km$2649
Kaabo Skywalker 10S+49.6 mi / 80 km$1399
Dualtron 249.6 mi / 80 km$1990
Speedway 448.4 mi / 78 km$1599
Speedway 546.5 mi / 75 km$2100
Joyor LR845.3 mi / 73 km$799
Turbowheel Lightning44.6 mi / 72 km$1690
FFR Mantis44.6 mi / 72 km$2299
Dualtron Raptor44.6 mi / 72 km$1950
Kaabo Skywalker 10S42.8 mi / 69 km$999
NanRobot RS1140.3 mi / 65 km$3199
NanRobot D4+39.7 mi / 64 km$1380
Turbowheel Pacer39.7 mi / 64 km$1499
NanRobot V839.7 mi / 64 km$1399
Zero 10X39.7 mi / 64 km$1900
Ninebot Max39.7 mi / 64 km$799
Rion2 RE8039.7 mi / 64 km$5700
Qiewa Qmini37.2 mi / 60 km$1029
Kugoo M4 Pro37.2 mi / 60 km$675
Turbowheel Hornet37.2 mi / 60 km$1349
Inokim OX 13Ah37.2 mi / 60 km$1641
Dualtron Spider37.2 mi / 60 km$2450
Joyor F5+37.2 mi / 60 km$794
SEEV-80034.7 mi / 56 km$1839
Mercane Widewheel Pro34.7 mi / 56 km$1149
Scrooser34.1 mi / 55 km$3233
NanRobot D332.9 mi / 53 km$999
EcoReco XS32.2 mi / 52 km$499
Kaabo Skywalker 10H31 mi / 50 km$899
Joyor Y5S31 mi / 50 km$1272
EVOLV Tour31 mi / 50 km$1189
Joyor F5S+31 mi / 50 km$891
Joyor X5S31 mi / 50 km$1145
Mercane Widewheel Dual31 mi / 50 km$999
NanRobot X631 mi / 50 km$899
UScooters Booster GT31 mi / 50 km$1299
E-TWOW GT31 mi / 50 km$1089
Zero 1029.8 mi / 48 km$1349
NanRobot X829.8 mi / 48 km$799
Speedway Mini 4 Pro29.8 mi / 48 km$1150
Turbowheel Dart29.8 mi / 48 km$998
Kaabo Mantis29.1 mi / 47 km$2299
Speedway Leger27.9 mi / 45 km$1055
Techlife X627.9 mi / 45 km$1066
Inokim Quick 3 Super +27.9 mi / 45 km$1440
Kugoo Kirin M427.9 mi / 45 km$603
Zero 927.9 mi / 45 km$1049
Ninebot ES 427.9 mi / 45 km$769
Ninebot ES 327.9 mi / 45 km$699
Xiaomi M365 Pro27.9 mi / 45 km30 mi / 48 km (range tested by me)$550
Imax T3 +27.9 mi / 45 km$999
Techlife X224.8 mi / 40 km$785
Ford Ojo (discontinued)24.8 mi / 40 km$1999
Techlife L5T24.8 mi / 40 km$1045
Techlife L524.8 mi / 40 km$915
Kaabo Skywalker 8S24.8 mi / 40 km$849
Techlife X524.8 mi / 40 km$790
FFR Horizon 24.8 mi / 40 km$729
EVOLV City24.8 mi / 40 km$817
Kaabo Skywalker 8H 13 Ah24.8 mi / 40 km$649
Joyor F324.8 mi / 40 km$737
Turbowheel Swift24.8 mi / 40 km$875
E-TWOW S224.8 mi / 40 km$899
Kugoo M2 Master24.8 mi / 40 km
Average44 mi / 71 km

We defined long range electric scooters as having at least 25 miles / 40 kilometers of range on a single charge, as reported by the brand or the manufacturer, and these are all the scooters that fulfill that criteria.

I included the data from user-reported ranges, although at this point we can’t really use that data as it’s still pretty scarce, anecdotal, and we don’t know how accurate it is anyway.

What to know before buying a long range electric scooter

There are a few things to keep in mind before buying a long range electric scooter.

If you have a long commute and you live in a somewhat rainy place, you will have to take into account the water-resistance of your scooter. The longer you ride, the more chance to catch some rain. If your scooter is not very water-resistant, try and add some extra waterproofing on your own.

As these scooters are more powerful and have bigger batteries, it is also natural that they will use more power for charging. Electric scooters are very cheap to charge, but you can expect these machines to cost two or three times more to charge than a regular scooter would.

Official manufacturer range vs user reported range

There is a very big caveat that we kind of touched on before, but it deserves more attention. That is the issue of what the manufacturers advertise as maximum range versus what real people in the real world get as a maximum range every day.

The range advertised by the manufacturers will rarely be achieved in the real world. The scooter manufacturers test for the range in ideal conditions, meaning:

  • little or no wind
  • flat straight and smooth roads
  • a person weighing not more than 220 lbs / 100 kg, usually around 176 lbs / 80 kg
  • most often in the power saving or Eco modes, since those are the best for the battery life

Naturally, many of these make sense. You will rarely face very strong winds, and you will often ride at lower speeds. Most people usually don’t weigh above 220 lbs / 100 kg.

The biggest objection I have about the way these tests is that they are done on straight, smooth roads. That is not even close to the way people will use the scooter.

Testing the scooters on roads with obstacles, where they might be forced to stop, turn, and adjust to the road, would paint a picture much closer to reality. But then, standardizing this would be very difficult, so the next best thing is probably testing on smooth flat roads, and let the users take that into account.

For that reason, we’ve included a lot of user-reported data about how much range people get from various scooters in the real world. For me, that data is far more valuable than the official range estimations from the manufacturers.

As we can see, often times the perfect test lab range is quite close to the real-world range that users get, but sometimes it is significantly lower, sometimes even more than two times lower.

While the advertised speed will give you a fair estimate of the scooter’s capabilities, you should be aware that it may not always be the case.

The manufacturers don’t necessarily try to hide the fact that they’re marketing the range they get from their scooters in perfect scenarios. Under the glass bell of lab conditions set up specifically to get as much range out of the scooter as possible, these scooters will get much higher ranges than what you and I will get on our rides to and from work.

If you want to get a general idea of how much actual range you can get from a specific scooter, see the electric scooter real range calculator.

How much range can I expect from my electric scooter?

Pessimistically looking, you can expect the range you get in your everyday use to be between 50% and 80% of the range specified by the manufacturer. Some users, however, report the same range in the real world as the official one. This will depend heavily on your weight, the scooter and battery age, the road conditions, traffic, and how much up and down you go.

Stay safe

The truly long range scooters will often times have very powerful motors and batteries. While some will be specialized for range, most will also be very fast as well. So typically, you will have to take safety even more seriously than usual with other scooters.

This is even more important if your rides are actually long, like with long commutes. You will be on the road for significant amounts of time, which means you will have to be prepared for many things. You want to make sure you are comfortable during your ride so that you can focus solely on the ride itself. If you’re going on a really long ride, consider having a spare tire with you (if you have air-filled tires of course).

Also, remember to stay focused. It’s very easy to get carried away by the magical flow of a long ride and lose attention.

Frequently asked questions about long range electric scooters

We all love long range electric scooters, and naturally, there are a ton of questions around them. Let’s answer them.

How much range do electric scooters have?

The most common electric scooters in use today will have an average range of 18 miles / 29 km, ranging from 7 mi / 11 km to 53 mi / 85 km. The average across every single electric scooter for adults is 28.5 mi / 46 km.

The data for all scooters are not included in this post, as not all scooters are long range models. I will likely publish a separate, more in-depth study on electric scooter range in general, that will include all the data.

What is the electric scooter with the longest range?

The electric scooter with the longest range in the world is the Dualtron X, with a range of 93 miles / 150 kilometers on a single charge.

The manufacturers of the Dualtron X claim it has a range of incredible 90 miles / 150 kilometers per single charge! On their Greece page, they even claim it can go up to 124 miles / 200 kilometers! The mode for this range to be achieved needs to be set to “Eco”, but that is usually the case for getting the maximum range possible.

What does range in an electric scooter depend on?

There are several parameters in play when it comes to the range you will get out of your electric scooter:

  • the motor power
  • the number of batteries
  • the total battery power
  • the total battery capacity
  • the age of the battery
  • the weight of the scooter
  • the load that the scooter carries
  • the age and overall condition of the scooter
  • the road curvatures and conditions

Some of those are very hard to change.

Upgrading the motor, for example, is pretty hard to achieve. If it’s the biggest limiting factor, buying a new scooter altogether may be a much better option.

Also, you can’t control what kind of road you need to travel on (going up or down, turns, obstacles, etc), nor the conditions of the road. They both can negatively affect the range you get. Going up and down, turning, and stopping often, will drain your battery faster, which means you will get less range. Wet roads will probably reduce the range you get as well.

What is a good range for an electric scooter?

You will always want more range, so the more you get, the better. Any range over 30 miles / 50 kilometers is already very good, and will enable you to somewhat forget about the battery level. Scooters with an official range less than 18 miles / 30 kilometers will provide very small real-world ranges, and will not result in a good user experience.

How much range does the Xiaomi M365 have?

Officially, the Xiaomi M365 has a range of 18 miles / 30 kilometers on a single battery charge. The official number has been pretty consistent with the range reported from owners in real-world scenarios.

How much range does the Xiaomi M365 Pro have?

Out of the box, the Xiaomi M365 Pro provides a range of 28 miles / 45 kilometers per single battery charge. That is consistent, if not somewhat less, with what users have reported after testing the range for themselves. Some owners have decided to further customize the battery of this mega-popular model, and have managed to achieve much higher ranges, closer to 40 miles / 64 kilometers.

How much range does the Ninebot Max have?

The Ninebot Max has an official range of 40 miles / 64 kilometers. Learning the lessons from the Ninebot ES series, the company finally decided to upgrade the battery and provide an amazing budget-friendly option with tons of range.

Does electric scooter range decrease over time?

Electric scooter range depends primarily on the battery, and as the battery gets older and more worn-out, the range of your scooter will suffer as well. While there are things you can do to prolong your battery life, you will likely have to completely replace it after 2 to 3 years of usage. The good news is, with a new battery, you will continue getting the most range that your scooter can provide.

How can I increase the range of my electric scooter?

There are a lot of things you can do to increase the range of your scooter. Some of them require modifying your scooter, some not so much.

Among the safest things you can first try is making sure your scooter is clean and functioning properly. Defects will definitely subtract from your range, and filth stuck in the wheels, motor, or battery will have a negative effect as well.

Also, make sure you’re never draining your battery completely. Being as disciplined as possible about your battery will make sure it lasts longer and continues to provide you the range you got on day 1. This is one of the most common complaints people have as their scooters age. While part of it is the natural and unavoidable wear-and-tear that all batteries suffer from, a lot of it is the user’s fault. Simply don’t let your battery get empty, charge your scooter regularly, and you will keep getting the best range you can.

Another important factor is the weight that the scooter carries. Naturally, the more weight it has to pull, the more power it will use in less time, which will result in less range.

There are two ways to reduce the weight that the scooter has to pull.

One is to reduce the load your scooter has to carry.

If planning a long trip, strip down everything that might be redundant off of you. Never sacrifice safety because of this (you won’t lose much load anyway), but maybe you don’t really need to carry your backpack with your laptop and charger and half your office in it.

I’ve seen many reports and reviews from heavy users that say their range is not affected too much by their weight. But there is a significant part of owners, over a large number of scooters, that report getting ranges much smaller than advertised.

Besides the load the scooter pulls, the weight it has to carry can also be reduced by making the scooter itself lighter too. However, these are advanced modifications outside the scope of this post. We will address them in another one, but for now, unless you’re 100% sure you know what you’re doing, don’t remove any parts of the scooter in order to make it lighter. Just know that expert users customize their scooters for range by making them lighter.

Finally, the most important part, the one that determines your range the most, will be the battery (or batteries of your scooter). Of course, the bigger, better, newer, more powerful the battery is, the more range you will get.

Lucky for us, the battery can be improved upon, and in many cases, it’s not a difficult thing to do at all. Many users have done so safely.

There are quite a few notoriously weak-ranged models that basically need a second battery in order for them to have any serious range. Some scooters even have a planned room and parts for adding the second battery easily.

There are two ways to improve your total battery power:

  • improving the existing battery
  • adding extra batteries

Depending on the other parts in your scooter, mainly the motor and the electronics in the controller, you may be able to upgrade the battery in your scooter for a more powerful one. The key is to check the maximum voltage that the motor and the electronics are able to support. If that limit is a lot lower than the voltage of your current battery, upgrading your battery to one with higher voltage will provide you with more battery power, hence more range.

But other than increasing the voltage, you can also go for a battery with a larger capacity. This is done by getting a battery that has a higher charge. Again, make sure that the voltage is within the limit of what your scooter’s electronics support.

There might come a time when you simply have no other choice but to replace your battery. As they get old and through more charge cycles, batteries lose capacity. For electric scooters, that translates to a loss of range. The general rule is that after 1000 charges, you may see your battery capacity drop to 50% of its initial one. That will probably mean you need to renew your battery. If doing so, check if it makes sense to go for a stronger battery if you need so.

A much better option than replacing your battery is adding an extra one, especially if your battery is still not that old.

Some scooters come with the option to add a second battery very easily, like the Ninebot ES2. Others do require a bit of modification, which may lapse your warranty in some cases. But you can be sure that adding a battery will increase your range by a lot.

By how much? Well, if you add a second battery, the same as the first one, you will not get double the range, but you may increase your range for up to 70% more. That is some serious beefing up.

If your scooter doesn’t have an option to easily add a second battery, you will likely have to install the second one in series. That means you will connect the second battery to the first one, or after it might be a better description. That way, the voltage and the current the motor gets will not change by a lot, but the total capacity of your scooter will improve. That means more range.

Beyond these methods, there are further customizations that owners go for to get even more range. However, they often require advanced mechanical and electronics knowledge and experience, so they are outside of the scope of this article.

If you know a scooter mechanic, talk to them to see if they can recommend some additional methods for getting more range. Usually, they may recommend making the scooter lighter by removing parts they know are mostly bulk, or even doing things like rewinding the motor or changing the sprockets.

Check out the detailed guide on how to increase the maximum range of your electric scooter next.

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Matt standing next to his Xiaomi M365 Pro electric scooter and holding an electric scooter helmet
I love electric scooters, so I decided to make a blog about them. I like doing a lot of research on various models and brands, looking for great value and performance, both through data and experience.