Over the last year, we’ve been testing a variety of ultra-performance models and based on our observations we’ve selected the 6 best electric scooters that can hit 60-70 mph.
To assess the performance of each scooter we paid particular focus to the size and power of the motors (including voltage, watts, top speed, torque, and acceleration), alongside the controllers, and batteries. We also assessed the tires, safety features, suspension, durability, and overall build quality.
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$3000 - $4000
Weighing in at 105 lbs, carrying vicious dual 1500W motors with a peak power output of 6270W, and a knockout top speed of 60 mph. Ladies and gentlemen, the apex predator of ultra-performance scooters under $3,000: the Wolf King.
OK, so ring announcer parodies aside, this serious piece of engineering is no joke. Taking the winning formula applied to its much-loved predecessor, the Wolf Warrior, manufacturers Kaabo have really bared their teeth with the Wolf King. Capable of hitting 15 mph in a brutal 1.9 seconds, the Wolf King deserves its regal crown. There’s just a small handful of models in our database of 140+ scooters that are capable of hitting the heights that this rocket can soar to.
Why We Recommend It:
Its monstrous motors are supported by dual 72V 40A controllers; together, this produces enough power and torque to rip any hill to shreds, allowing the Wolf King to make mincemeat of steep degrees inclines. For context, the steepest street on earth, Baldwin Street in New Zealand, has an incline grade of 19 degrees. The King could eat it for breakfast.
Indeed, there is practically no terrain the Wolf King can not conquer. This is a genuine ruler of worlds. While its maximum range of 50 miles is 20 miles fewer than its big bro, the Wolf King GT, it’s nevertheless a perfect steed for both urban rides, and long off-road excursions across dirt tracks, hiking routes, and forest trails. Assurance is provided by the decently sized 72V 28Ah LG battery, which, if you follow our recommendation of using one fast and one standard charger, can be fully juiced up in just 5 hours.
Of course, an off-road beast requires a great suspension system, and the Wolf King doesn’t disappoint. Armed with the same motorcycle-grade, inverted hydraulic front shock absorbers and dual rear springs as the rest of the Wolf lineup, the King can tackle even the harshest of terrains. This feathery riding experience is further augmented by the 11-inch tubeless tires – though, for mountainous, rocky routes, you may be better served opting for the specialized off-road tires, which come at an extra cost but do give you greater traction.
The brutal speed also makes exceptionally powerful brakes an absolute must. Again, Kaabo duly delivers, with front and rear hydraulics allowing you to stop quickly and smoothly, whatever your speed. The kickplate also means you can leverage your weight towards the back of the scooter for more control.
As with its older sibling, the Wolf King is a case study in build quality, yet improvements are abound. The new 6082 aluminum alloy frame is the same material used to construct bridges and cranes. Thankfully – considering its raw power – the Wolf King is free from any hint of stem wobble, while the spacious, grippy deck provides more than enough support for riders weighing up to 330 lbs.
Don’t expect a portable scooter, though. The Wolf King’s bulk and weight make it anything but easy to carry. We recommend not folding it altogether, if possible. The chain attached to the safety pin is also on the cheap side and is prone to break, so if you can find your own way of securely fastening it, do so. This isn’t to say that safety is compromised, though – as long as the safety pin is plugged into place (with an intact chain or not), it does its job of keeping the stem upright.
But back to the positives, and in particular, the 24.6-inch handlebars, which are wide enough to ensure rider stability even at top speeds. Adorning the bars are perfectly positioned buttons that allow you to switch between Eco/Turbo and Single/Dual motor modes, whilst light controls enable you to activate the piercingly bright dual headlights with ease. There’s even a horn, which is fittingly more akin to a howl.
The EY3 throttle display is something that the Wolf King shares with Dualtron’s super scooters. The trigger throttle facilitates switching between your P-Settings with consummate ease, whether that’s selecting zero or kick start, or changing the amount of motor torque. You can even activate the anti-lock braking system.
An apex predator has to look the part of course, and one clear improvement on the Wolf Warrior is the King’s gold furnishings. This scooter is all style and substance, with its IPX4 water-resistance rating ensuring no splash from any direction can take the sheen of its beautiful crest.
So, are looking for an ultra-performance scooter that will set you back less than $3,000? One that can dominate all terrains and give your adrenal glands all that they can handle? We suggest you sink your claws into the Wolf King. It’s the peerless leader of the pack.
Wolf King GT
It’s no secret that we are huge fans of the Wolf King, which is a tour de force of speed, power, and durability. So, how do you topple a monarch? With even more brutality, of course. Fuelled by dual 72V 2000W motors, a snarling pair of 50Ah Sine Wave controllers, and a humongous 35Ah battery, the Wolf King GT comes with bigger teeth, sharper claws, and the endurance to match.
Reaching top speeds of 62 mph and capable of hitting 15 mph in a blistering 1.7 seconds, it’s fair to say that the Wolf King GT is the alpha when it comes to sheer, ferocious power – that’s right, not even the Dualtrons can match it. This souped-up monstrosity will leave even the most experienced of riders speechless.
Why We Recommend It:
Considering that the GT boasts bigger motors, stronger controllers, and a larger battery than the original Wolf King, it will come as no surprise that the GT’s maximum range of 70 miles crushes its little sibling’s top range of 50 miles. This escalation in power and torque also makes the GT even more merciless as a hill-climber, with steep inclines the equivalent to a walk in the park for this unrelenting machine.
Speed and power are all well and good, of course – but to be a true, off-road behemoth, you also need a killer suspension system. Here, the GT borrows the same hydraulic front forks and dual springs at the rear as its predecessor, making any terrain – from mountainous trails, dirt tracks, forest pathways, and urban roads – a silky-smooth ride. The only thing that lets it down – compared to the next-level NAMI Burn-e – is the fact that you can’t adjust the suspension to your preferences.
There are many similarities to the near-perfect Wolf King from whichever vantage point you look at the GT, and the formidable hydraulic brakes are one. They allow you to stop in 3.0 meters from 15 mph, which is on par with the best models in the ultra-performance category.
Another similarity is the charging time. Despite the GT’s gargantuan 35Ah battery putting the King’s 28Ah battery in the shade, you can expect to be fully juiced in just 5 hours with the help of fast chargers.
One crucial area of divergence from the original Wolf King, however, is the taller and wider handlebars. At a mammoth 29.5 inches, they exceed any we’ve reviewed before, and offer supreme handling as a result. This profile instills confidence, with the dual-stem offering stability on every terrain.
Further differences can be found in the frame. Despite being made of the same stress-tested 6082 aluminum alloy, the end caps on the bottom section of the front forks have this time been forged instead of cast. This means huge gains in terms of durability, as unlike casting, forging leaves no potential for shrinkage or cavities. The frame also comes in two color options, with a midnight-black and red scheme as an alternative to the gold.
Predictably, the Wolf King GT retains the same large, grippy deck and kickplate as its predecessor (why change something that doesn’t need fixing?) – but there is a difference in the wheels. This time around, they are tubeless puncture-proof juggernauts that are perfect for any surface.
As is inevitable with any ultra-performance scooter that can carry a rider weight of up to 330 lbs, the GT is anything but portable – it's even larger when folded, so do not purchase this if it’s a nimble scooter that you’re looking for. But since you’re here, we’re guessing that’s not an issue.
So let’s move on to another upgrade: the new TFT display. That’s right – the EY3 finger throttle/display has been consigned to the scrapheap in favor of a next-gen display that offers a whole new level of customized performance. This means 6 riding modes, the ability to control how many motors you use, altering and capping torque levels, and even the ability to set up a 4-digit password to keep other riders out.
With a full suite of impressive lighting – including a bright headlight, smoked taillight, deck LEDs, and turn signals – as well as a motorcycle-grade horn and an IPX5 and IPX6 water-resistance rating, the Wolf King GT is an ultra-performance scooter you can hang your hat on in any condition.
Sure, it’s pricier than the marvelous Wolf King and you may think that you don’t need the souped-up specs, but the difference in ride quality is night and day. The GT’s smoother throttle response, larger front end, and more ergonomic controls alone are enough to sway us to fork out the extra dollars to get our hands on it. Ultimately, if it’s the sheer adrenaline-throbbing thrill of performance-taken-to-the-limits that you’re after, we highly recommend this rocket.
$4,000 - $5,000
Dualtron Thunder 2
Simply put, if it’s peak power that sets your heart racing, the Dualtron Thunder 2 is the ultra-performance scooter of your dreams. Like an atom bomb on two wheels, its standard 8,400W power output can be increased to a stupendous 10,080W with two quick flicks of its unique ‘double action’ throttle. This is 1780W more peak power than the legendary Dualtron X2. Prepare to have your world turned upside down.
Spurred on by a bubbling witch’s cauldron of two formidable dual motors and the largest battery we’ve ever tested at this price range (more on that in a moment), the Thunder 2 crackles to top speeds of 62 mph while hitting 15 mph in a whiplashing 2.0 seconds. Yet while its speed and acceleration are hugely impressive in their own right, these stats are not what sets the Dualtron Thunder 2 apart.
No – that accolade belongs to its range. See, the Thunder 2 is powered by a 72V 40Ah battery. You read that right – a battery that is a barely believable 25% larger than the mighty 72V 32Ah battery stored in the NAMI Burn-e’s deck. It holds a ridiculous 2880Wh of energy, meaning the Thunder 2 boasts a staggering maximum range of 106 miles (compared to the original Thunder’s still-impressive max range of 75 miles).
Why We Recommend It:
Even under realistic conditions, you will coax 60 miles out of this beast. Simply put, most riders will be ready to go home long before the Dualtron Thunder 2 decides it needs a recharge. With such a huge battery comes a long charging time – 28 hours. But this can be shorn down to 6 hours with the help of a couple of fast chargers. A switch on the underside of the deck also helps save battery when not in use, which is pretty cool as far as we’re concerned.
As for hills? What hills? They simply don’t register on this scooter’s radar. It can scale the steepest inclines at any speed, summoning more torque than a chat show host thanks to its twin jet engines, which can each tap into an extra 10A of power on command with the use of the aforementioned double-tap throttle.
So far, so good. But what about the suspension? How suitable is the Thunder 2 for different terrains? Sadly, this is where it loses some marks. Using the same rubber cartridge suspension system as most other Dualtron models, a rider weighing around 175 lbs will likely find it to be stiff. This is great if you want to burn rubber on roads, but off-road riding is off the roster.
This is a bit of a shame, as the Thunder 2’s mileage potential is perfect for exploring nature – but the reality is, if you want a good ride quality, it’s best to stick to urban environments. This scooter is geared for hitting the throttle on smooth surfaces.
As for the brakes, well, there’s not too much to say about them. Using NUTT hydraulics with 160 mm rotors, the Thunder 2 will allow you to stop in a very good 3.0 meters from 15 mph, which is on par with pretty much all of its competitors.
A word of praise should go to the new self-healing tires, however. Dualtron has borrowed from the Wolf King GT with this new tubeless design, and the Thunder 2 is all the better for it.
Elsewhere, the build quality is unsurprisingly excellent. Its frame is absolutely huge, which, with everything adding up to 104 lbs, immediately rules it out as a portable option. But it does bring sturdiness in spades, with the aluminum casting providing solidity right up to the handlebars, which are of an imposing width that guarantees control. Just be warned that riders over 6-foot may find the steering column to be on the short side.
The handlebars also come equipped with an EY3 display, which makes it easy to control the Eco/Turbo modes while monitoring your speed, acceleration, and mileage.
Then we have the enormous deck. It’s grippy, wide, and boasts a new footrest that comes integrated with taillights and brake lights. We’re big fans of this new feature. We also love how the controllers have been coupled to the underside of the deck so that their placement acts as a heat sink.
So, what else? We love the fun swag lights, which come with a remote control to change the colors and patterns. It also features turn signals and hazard lights, which can all be easily controlled via the handlebars. Our one criticism here is that the low-mounted lights at the front could be brighter – adding a strap-on headlight is recommended.
So, there you have it: the Dualtron Thunder 2. Incredible in some ways. Disappointing in others. If it’s raw power you’re looking for, we cannot recommend this scooter enough. If, however, you want something that will thrive on any terrain and delivers a smoother throttle response without jerking you back and forth, there are better alternatives (see the NAMI Burn-e).
NAMI Burn-e 2 Max
Is there an ultra-performance scooter capable of accelerating to 15 mph faster than the 1.7 seconds it takes the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max to reach that speed? No. Can any competitor beat its powerful dual 1500W motors, Sine Wave 50Ah controllers, and a Turbo mode that injects an extra 12% more power? We’re yet to see it. In short, this scooter has taken the rule book, laughed at it, ripped it up, and rewritten everything.
Capable of reaching a blistering top speed of 60 mph in seconds, the Burn-e 2 Max’s peak power output of 8400W produces enough torque to make a mockery of any hill or terrain. You can even control each of its formidable motors independently, thanks to its boundary-busting Sine Wave controllers and industry-leading interface.
By holding down the plus button for a few seconds, you can also access Turbo mode, which injects an additional, eyelid-flapping power for a limited amount of time. Honestly, it’s as thrilling as it sounds.
Why We Recommend It:
This all comes as no surprise considering its lineage. Taking the groundbreaking formula that shook the ultra-performance market to the core with the release of the original NAMI Burn-e Viper, the Max harnesses all that is great about its sibling and refines it into something even more crowd-pleasing.
Take the new 72V 32Ah battery, for example, which may deliver a slightly shorter max range of 90 miles (yeah, just 90 miles…) and what in the real world translates to around 50 miles, but also comes with two charging ports, a fast 5A charger, and uses the highest quality cells from LG.
Or the wider 27-inch handlebar, which exceeds the original by 2.6 inches and permits far greater handling than its predecessor to maximize rider confidence, even at top speeds.
Or the new 4-piston hydraulic brakes that bring even greater power and sharpness to what was already an excellent system.
This isn’t to say the Burn-e 2 Max tinkers with everything. The adjustable 165 mm hydraulic coil-shocks retain the out-of-this-world shock absorption and rebound damping of its predecessor, which, allied with the super-sized, tubeless tires, make any terrain a feathery-smooth thrill ride. No scooter comes close to the ride quality that the Burn-e 2 Max can offer (except for its little and cheaper bro, the Burn-e 2).
The build quality also remains utterly exceptional, with the enlarged handlebars supported by the carbon fiber stem that’s fused in a one-piece frame with girders of aviation-grade aluminum. The whole thing screams stability and durability, with its menacing aesthetic adding a touch of style that will please performance purists and design aficionados alike.
Capping everything is the sprawlingly wide, grippy deck, which rises at the back to form a handle-come-kickplate for even more control and stability. It’s even encrusted with a suite of ridiculously cool LED lights.
Did we mention that we think that the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max is the best scooter we’ve ever tested? From the wheels to handgrips, it is designed to push the boundaries of ultra-performance – which is reflected in the improved, waterproof motor connectors that provide better serviceability so you can focus on the interesting stuff. Every inch of this monster has been developed with love for the people who will enjoy it most.
And we haven’t even got to the industry-leading interface located between the Max’s handlebars. Not much has changed here compared to the Burn-e Viper. It still delivers groundbreaking customization, where you can view, control, and personalize almost every kind of data point imaginable.
By toggling four buttons, you can monitor G-force, battery voltage, motor temperature, and your odometer, while easily navigating between different riding modes. Then there’s the multitude of basic and advanced P-Settings – here, you can customize the riding modes based on your preferences. There’s also the option of speed-regulated cruise control, a 4-digit security password, and access to a hidden USB charging port.
The cherry on top of this delicious cake is the lighting: a super-bright headlight, mood LEDs, taillight, and effective turn signals, to be precise. This makes the Burn-e 2 Max perfectly safe for riding at night in both cities and off-road environments.
To conclude, if you have $4,690 to spend and want the best ultra-performance scooter money can buy, go for the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max. You will not regret it.
Dualtron Storm Limited
The Dualtron Storm raised the bar and dropped a torrent of pressure on its competitors when it barrelled into the world of ultra-performance scooters. So, what can you expect from the Storm Limited? Faster speeds? You bet. Longer range? Tick. More raw power than us puny humans can handle? Let’s just say this is the storm to end all storms.
Armed with dual 5750W motors that, combined, produce a peak power output of 11500W, it’s fair to say that the Dualtron Storm Limited is an absolute monster of an ultra-performance scooter that moves far beyond its predecessor.
It can reach a top speed of 75 mph when boosted by the Ludicrous Mode as it unleashes an additional 60A jolt of thunder when you double-tap the throttle – though, this does drain the battery, so should be used sparingly.
Why We Recommend It:
One area where the Storm Limited streaks away from the original Storm is in its maximum range. Powered by Dualtron’s first-ever 84V 45Ah LG battery, this barely believable behemoth will take you up to an incredible 136 miles on one charge when on Eco mode (think about that for a moment).
This groundbreaking battery pack comes equipped with a heatsink for improved heat dissipation and longer riding – it’s fair to say that the Storm Limited will outlast almost every rider who uses it. With a couple of charging ports and two fast chargers you can be fully juiced up within 6 hours – without them, you’re looking at 12 hours.
Needless to say, hill-climbing is a sunny walk in the park for this tempest of a scooter – it won’t break a sweat on inclines of up to 37 degrees, which puts every street on earth within its capabilities.
So far, it’s clear that the Storm Limited has considerably upped the ante in terms of speed, motor strength, and battery size. Has anything been spared from the original Storm?
The answer is yes. The Limited retains the original Storm’s innovative 45-step rubber suspension system, which when combined with the new and improved 12-inch tubeless tires, distinguishes the Limited as an ultra-performance scooter that appears to be primed for all types of terrain. Unfortunately, the suspension is stiff and the 45-step adjustments are a headache to make, so with this in mind, the best riding experience will be felt on roads.
Crucially, the Storm Limited comes with a new built-in steering damper, which goes a long way in removing the hair-rising instability that blighted the Storm’s rapid acceleration. The ride feels smoother and more controlled, with the handlebars feeling fixed and wobble-free.
Another area where Dualtron has kept things the same is the brakes. The Limited’s 160 mm NUTT hydraulics are as robust and dependable as seen on its predecessor, while the exceptional sharpness and calibration remain firmly intact. We recommend going gentle on the brake levers.
There are, however, improvements to the build quality. While the Dualtron Storm Limited has the same robust, old-school-cool, all-black frame as its sibling, there are big changes to the massive deck, which this time is rubberized for more grip. The removable battery pack is also no more – this time replaced by a fixed pack for greater structural stability. The result is that everything just feels more solid. We’re pleased to see that the awesome kickplate has been retained, which provides added control at high speeds. Though, it does take some getting used to as it pivots up and down when in use.
Upgrades are also visible in the cockpit, with a new button console making it much easier to control the lights, turn signals, raucous horn, and Eco/Turbo modes. The display allows you to monitor your speed, acceleration, and mileage, while P-Settings and cruise control can also be easily toggled with. Similarly, unlocking the scooter is as simple as placing your fingertip on the fingerprint reader – this is a rare Dualtron feature that is reserved for their top models.
In conclusion, the Dualtron Storm Limited is high-performance in every way – and although we think there are better options – like the less expensive NAMI Burn-e 2 Max – if you’re an adrenaline junkie that wants to push the limits to the extreme, this jumped-up firecracker will take you to new heights.
If you’re on the hunt for a scooter that can put out extreme speed, and you’ve always coveted the Dualtron X, then prepare yourself. There’s a new Dualtron in town and it successfully steals the crown as one of the most radical Dualtron scooters of all time. Introducing: the Dualtron X2.
As the name indicates, the X2 takes many of the impressive stats from its predecessor, the X, but with a few crucial differences. The most important of these is the drastic increase in speed. The X2 can reach an almost incomprehensible top speed of 68 mph. This is down to its enormous dual 4150W hub motors, which give it the means to deliver heart-stopping acceleration and tremendously powerful torque.
Why We Recommend It:
This also means that the X2 is a king of hill climbs. To put this into perspective, it can breeze up the steepest streets in San Francisco.
With its rip-roaring top speed, the X2 should be classed as a motorcycle rather than an electric scooter, so a reliable set of brakes are essential. Luckily, that box has been ticked. Boasting dual hydraulic brakes with optional ABS, they are some of the best brakes on the market and are extremely sensitive to even the slightest of touches.
Another big feature is the 19-step suspension system. What is that, you might ask? It’s a highly intuitive hydraulic system that allows for intensity adjustments to suit your riding requirements. When it comes to suspension, one size does not fit all. A stiffer suspension is better for smooth roads and fast speeds, whereas a softer setup gives better comfort and traction when riding across bumps and depressions. With the 19-step system, you won’t be limited to the terrain you can handle, but can adjust your scooter to your preferred settings as and when necessary.
This system is made all the more successful by the massive 13-inch tires. These are the same as those seen on the Dualtron X, delivering excellent shock absorption and a balanced, plush ride. Their large size will take some time to get used to and you won’t be able to perform any sharp or drastic maneuvers – but once you get the hang of them, the stable ride quality will quickly become one of your favorite things about this scooter.
With its enormous LG battery, this scooter is powerful enough that it can support its massive motors and keep going for up to 93 miles. However, it is worth noting that if you ride in the dual-motor setting, the maximum range will be far less (55-60 miles). The EY3 controller and battery voltage meter both allow you to keep an eye on your battery level (and speed) but when you do need to top up the power bar, expect to wait around 25 hours with a single charger, 12 hours with 2 chargers, or 8 hours with fast chargers.
Thankfully, the X2 channels the same brutal, chunky exterior as the original X. This is just as much a functional feature as an aesthetic one. The bulky frame and sturdy construction make it able to withstand the pressures of high-speed riding. We should pay homage to the built-in steering damper that removes wobble at speed, too. It’s also been designed to support a bigger payload than its younger brother and can carry up to 330 lbs. This means it’s an ideal choice for heavier riders.
Unsurprisingly, the combination of huge motors, dual batteries, and chunky frame make for a super heavy scooter. At 145 lbs, the X2 is the heaviest scooter we’ve ever reviewed and weighs almost the same as an adult mountain lion. Although it’s not designed to be lifted or carried easily, it does collapse down and has foldable handlebars to make it slightly easier to store.
There’s a strong chance you’ll find yourself riding the X2 after sunset, so you'll be glad to know that this monster scooter has been equipped with a plethora of lighting options. It features a super bright headlight as well as an illuminated LED neck, side deck lights, under deck ambient lights, and a taillight that doubles as a brake light. Not only that, but it also comes with turn signals which are vital for letting other road users know which direction you plan on turning. Unlike the X, the lights on the X2 are customizable, so you can choose between a red, green, or blue color scheme.
Given that the original X cost almost $6,000, it’s no surprise that the X2 will set you back a pretty penny. It retails at $6,490, which is way outside of most casual scooterists’ budgets.
Plus, while the X2 is a formidable machine, cheaper scooters like the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max not only have more power and faster acceleration rates but deliver much better ride quality. Ultimately, if we were to choose between the Dualtron X2 and the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max, we’d go for the latter every time.
Our Top Picks by Speed
Ordered from fastest to slowest.
|Dualtron Storm Limited||$5,399||75 MPH|
|Dualtron X2||$6,490||68 MPH|
|Wolf King GT||$3,595||62 MPH|
|Dualtron Thunder 2||$4,299||62 MPH|
|NAMI Burn-e 2 Max||$4,690||60 MPH|
|Wolf King||$2,999||60 MPH|
Our Top Picks by Acceleration to 15 MPH
Ordered from fastest to slowest.
|Scooter||Price||0-15 MPH (Seconds)|
|NAMI Burn-e 2 Max||$4,690||1.7 s|
|Wolf King GT||$3,595||1.7 s|
|Wolf King||$2,999||1.9 s|
|Dualtron Thunder 2||$4,299||2.0 s|
|Dualtron X2||$6,490||2.2 s|
|Dualtron Storm Limited||$5,399||Coming Soon|
Our Top Picks by Maximum Range (Riding at Slowest Speed)
Ordered from longest to shortest.
|Dualtron Storm Limited||$5,399||137 miles|
|Dualtron Thunder 2||$4,299||106 miles|
|Dualtron X2||$6,490||93 miles|
|NAMI Burn-e 2 Max||$4,690||90 miles|
|Wolf King GT||$3,595||70 miles|
|Wolf King||$2,999||50 miles|
Our Top Picks by Realistic Range (Riding at Top Speed)
Ordered from longest to shortest.
|Dualtron Storm Limited||$5,399||76 miles|
|Dualtron Thunder 2||$4,299||60 miles|
|NAMI Burn-e 2 Max||$4,690||55 miles|
|Wolf King GT||$3,595||55 miles|
|Dualtron X2||$6,490||50 miles|
|Wolf King||$2,999||33 miles|
Our Top Picks by Braking Performance
Ordered from shortest to longest stopping distance.
|Scooter||Price||Braking From 15 MPH|
|NAMI Burn-e 2 Max||$4,690||1.8 meters|
|Wolf King GT||$3,595||3.0 meters|
|Dualtron Storm Limited||$5,399||3.0 meters|
|Dualtron Thunder 2||$4,299||3.0 meters|
|Wolf King||$2,999||3.0 meters|
|Dualtron X2||$6,490||4.0 meters|
- $3,000 – $4,000: Wolf King GT – Supports up to 330 lbs
- $4,000 – $5,000: NAMI Burn-e 2 Max – Supports up to 300 lbs
- Over $5,000: Dualtron Storm Limited – Supports up to 330 lbs
- $3,000 – $4,000: Wolf King GT – 62 mph
- $4,000 – $5,000: NAMI Burn-e 2 Max – 60 mph
- Over $5,000: Dualtron Storm Limited – 75 mph
- $3,000 – $4,000: Wolf King GT – 70 miles (55 miles realistic)
- $4,000 – $5,000: Dualtron Thunder 2 – (60 miles realistic)
- Over $5,000: Dualtron Storm Limited – (76 miles realistic)
- $3,000 – $4,000: Wolf King GT – 11 x 3.5 inches
- $4,000 – $5,000: NAMI Burn-e 2 Max – 11 x 3.5 inches
- Over $5,000: Dualtron X2 – 13 x 4 inches
- $3,000 – $4,000: Wolf King GT
- $4,000 – $5,000: NAMI Burn-e 2 Max
- Over $5,000: Dualtron Storm Limited
- $3,000 – $4,000: Wolf King GT – Hydraulic front forks and dual rear spings
- $4,000 – $5,000: NAMI Burn-e 2 Max – Adjustable hydraulic KKE suspension
- Over $5,000: Dualtron X2 – 19-step adjustable hydraulic coil-over-shocks
- $3,000 – $4,000: Wolf King GT – IPX5 water-resistance rating
- $4,000 – $5,000: NAMI Burn-e 2 Max – IP55 water-resistance rating
- Over $5,000: None
Optional Seat Attachment:
- $3,000 – $4,000: Wolf King GT – Availble for $145
- $4,000 – $5,000: None
- Over $5,000: None