The Best Electric Scooters You Want To Try

Electric scooters went from being a curious novelty to serving as a reliable form of transportation seemingly overnight. People also discovered that owning their own is just downright convenient — I certainly have. Whether it’s a quick trip to the store, a ride to a restaurant, or the need to commute to and from work, there are numerous times when having my own e-scooter was incredibly handy.
If you’ve been considering buying one, I can’t recommend it enough. No matter how you plan on using it, there are plenty of different models for just about any kind of user. But if you’re unsure which are worth the money, I put together the following guide of my favorites below.

Best electric scooter for commuters – XIAOMI MIJIA M365 PRO

Xiaomi mijia M365 pro

Pros: Folds down for easy portability, weighs 27 pounds, comes standard with front and rear taillights
Cons: Only rated to carry riders up to 220 pounds
When selecting an e-scooter for use as a daily commuter, I want something that’s lightweight and easy to carry around, without compromising on performance. That’s exactly what I found in the Xiaomi Mi M365, which manages to provide 18.6 miles of range and a top speed of 15.5 mph while tipping the scales at a shade over 27 pounds.

Best electric scooter for range – Outstorm Maxx Ultra-High-Speed

Outstorm Maxx Ultra-High-Speed

Pros: Up to 52 miles of range and speeds to 56 mph, maximum weight capacity of 485 pounds, can ride on gravel, dirt trails, and in sand
Cons: Extremely heavy at 100 pounds
The Outstorm Maxx Ultra-High-Speed flirts with a $2000 price tag but ultimately delivers a lot of bang for the buck, striking an intriguing middle ground when it comes to performance and cost.
The Maxx provides a top speed of 56 mph and a range of up to 52 miles. This is achieved thanks to dual motors, which can produce as much as 3200 watts of power at their highest level of output. It also allows the scooter to carry a maximum weight of 485 pounds and ride not only on paved surfaces but also on dirt trails, gravel, and sand.

Best electric scooter for kids – Razor E100

Razor E100

Pros: Offers a stable ride perfect for kids to learn on, easy to maneuver, favors safety over performance
Cons: Limited long-term durability, 26-pound weight could be a lot for kids to carry, not many features
While speed and range are of the utmost importance to adult riders, safety and stability are the chief concerns for kids. That design philosophy is evident with the E100, an e-scooter that’s sure to delight younger riders.
The E100 provides a top speed of 10 mph and offers a ride time of about 40 minutes between charges. Yes, the range of this model is measured in minutes rather than miles, which is another departure from the adult scooter market. Forty minutes of continuous use is a fairly long time by kid standards, however, providing a reasonable amount of range before the battery runs dry.

Best budget electric scooter – Gotrax XR Ultra

Gotrax XR Ultra

Pros: Inexpensive, weighs 27 pounds, sturdy tires, has both disc and electric brakes
Cons: Limited features
The XR Ultra’s top speed of 15.5 mph and a max range of 17 miles seems unimpressive when compared to other, more expensive, competitors. But its sub-$400 price tag makes this model a much more approachable option for those looking to dip their toe in the e-scooter waters.
One of the best elements of the XR Ultra is its very smooth and comfortable ride. This scooter glides along at a steady pace, its 8.5-inch inflatable tires rolling over most obstacles with ease.
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