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Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 Review

Original price was: $1,799.00.Current price is: $1,549.00.

7/10 (Expert Score)

DATE

September 12, 2023

Price When Reviewed: $1699.00

The market is bursting at the seams with powerful, well-crafted scooters that provide a lily pad between entry-level and ultra-performance models. And yet, despite having the esteemed likes of the Mantis King GT and SPLACH Titan for company, the Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 still manages to plow its own furrow as an all-terrain trailblazer.

 

This brawny beast may look a little outdated but don’t be fooled. It’s packed full of features at a comparatively low price.

 

Mounted with terrain-agnostic tires and capable of adrenaline-inducing speeds, this is a model that revels in fast-paced off-road jaunts.

 

It’s not without its flaws – few scooters are. But these imperfections are easier to overlook when you’re getting such great value.

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Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 Review: Tough All-Terrain Powerhouse

The good and the bad

Who we recommend it for

Is it worth its price tag?

Look, feel, and functionality

Results from our tests

Other scooters to consider

The Good and The Bad

Pros & Cons

PROS:

  • Fastest top speed in its price class
  • Good value for money
  • Hybrid tires provide grip on loose terrain
  • High ground clearance is great for off-roading
  • Battery management system keeps the battery healthy
  • Rock solid stem and robust frame
  • Ideal for tall and heavy riders
  • Spacious deck
  • Responsive hydraulic disc brakes
  • Comes with a pump and valve extender for the tires
  • Well-balanced frame promises good handling
  • All core components of the frame are covered under a lifetime warranty
  • IP54 water-resistance rating


CONS:

  • Outdated design
  • Build quality lets it down in areas
  • Display doesn't save your preferred p-settings
  • Motors make a loud whirring noise
  • When the lights are on, the scooter makes a high-pitched buzzing sound
  • Clunky folding mechanism, but it does its job
  • No way to hook the handlebars to the deck, meaning it's hard to lift
  • Turn signals only at the rear

Nanrobot D6 Being Ridden On Off-Road Track

Is It Right For You?

Who It's Best For

The Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 is perfect for riders searching for a scooter that can transition from streets and roads to dirt tracks and forest trails while delivering surges of power for an exhilarating ride.

Nanrobot D6 Wheel Spin

It’s no commuter scooter – weighing 77 lbs and wielding a cumbersome folding mechanism, it’s nowhere near portable enough for such endeavors – but does excel on weekend explorations.

With a load-bearing capacity of 330 lbs and a deck-to-handlebar height of 40 inches, it’s also a great option for heavier riders, as well as those that are taller.

Josh With Nanrobot D6 and Train

Is It Worth Its Price Tag?

Value For Money

It’s available in two versions – a cheaper model with 52V motors ($1,699) and a more expensive one with 60V motors ($1,999).

Nanrobot D6 Robust Frame

You simply can’t argue with the price tags of both scooters. They grant you access to a scintillating top speed, well-calibrated suspension, strong hydraulic brakes, and chunky all-terrain tires.

The Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 is daylight robbery by any metric – even if it’s a little rough around the edges.

Indeed, if exquisite build quality and inspired design are your deal-breakers, then you may be better off spending extra money on the Mantis King GT.

Yet, if it’s a tough, versatile powerhouse that you seek, it will tick all of your boxes without leaving your bank balance in the red.

Nanrobot D6 Durable Chassis

Look, Feel & Functionality

Design & Features

Cockpit

For a scooter that can hit a top speed of 40-46 mph (depending on the model that you opt for), you’d expect the handlebars to be a bit wider than 25 inches. By extending their breadth to 27 inches – which is the sweet spot for scooters with this amount of power – you’d feel more secure. Nevertheless, the heavy stem promises excellent handling when it comes to maneuvering the scooter.

Nanrobot D6 Wide Cockpit

It also makes amends with its cockpit. On the left, you’ll find easy-to-reach button pads for your lights, turn signals, and horn.

Nanrobot D6 Controls

On the right, sits a trigger throttle, key-lock ignition, voltmeter, and buttons to select your riding mode.

In the center is a large, reasonably clear display that shows your speed, mileage, battery level, and active riding mode. It also shows whether you’re in single or dual motor mode and flashes arrow icons when the turn signals are in use. It does its job with little fuss, though it’s prone to a few flaws.

Nanrobot D6 Display

Firstly, it gets washed out in direct sunlight.

Secondly, it doesn’t save your preferred settings. For example, if you change any of the p-settings (i.e. the strength of the acceleration, the units of measurement from kmh to mph, etc), it will forget this when you turn the scooter off and back on.

Thirdly, the battery bars on the display aren’t accurate. While riding they dipped to less than half, then once I stopped they went back up to full. You can, however, rely on the voltmeter to see how much juice you’ve got left in the tank.

Nanrobot D6 Key Lock

Frame

Now, this is a hefty model that’s been built with off-roading in mind. It’s no oil painting, prioritizing durability over style.

But if you’re ok with riding a scooter that looks like it was built in 2020, you’ll find it a rewarding purchase. (I know 2020 doesn’t seem that long ago, but electric scooters have evolved rapidly over the last few years).

Nanrobot D6 Bulky Frame

The stem is rock solid, the chassis is reassuringly strong, and the cables have been bunched and zip tied together to remove obstructions for when you’re weaving through sinewy forest trails.

And to cap it all off, an IP54 water-resistance rating protects it from light showers and water splashes.

Nanrobot D6 Stem

Deck

Measuring a spacious 21.7 inches in length and 7.25 inches in width, there’s plenty of room to position your feet in whatever stance is comfortable for you. Add the reinforced kickplate into the equation, and you have an extra 6 inches of space to lean into the ride for greater control.

Along with the ultra-grippy griptape, you feel planted at all times – no matter how rough the terrain.

Nanrobot D6 Grippy Deck

And finally, it’s worth highlighting the 8 inches of ground clearance. This safeguards the underside of the scooter (where the battery is stored) from damage when traversing obstacles and dismounting curbs.

Tires

Fitted with 10-inch hybrid tires, the D6+ 2.0 scores a notable mark of differentiation against its rivals, most of which come with street-grade tires.

Nanrobot D6 Tire

The thick knobby tread pattern ensures grip and traction on loose terrain, while the rounded front-on profile means you have just as much control on the straights as you do in the corners.

However, it must be noted that when you ride the scooter on smooth roads, the tread results in a constant vibration.

Nanrobot D6 Hybrid Tire

Portability

By now, you may have cottoned on to the fact that Nanrobot didn’t design the D6+ 2.0 to be a portable city dweller. It weighs a hefty 77 lbs and comes with a clunky folding mechanism.

Nanrobot D6 Spinning Folding Mechanism

Collapsing it is a time-intensive process, especially when compared to scooters like the SPLACH Titan and Mantis King GT which both have simple, yet effective mechanisms that take just 5 seconds to fold.

Nanrobot D6 Folded Frame

You also can’t attach the stem to the deck when folded because there are no hooks or latches. This makes it difficult to lift.

Nanrobot D6 Display Resting on Kickplate

It does at least keep the stem secure. I rode the scooter over rough terrain and exerted a lot of force on the stem, yet it remained rock solid with no signs of wobble.

Load

This scooter’s heavyweight profile has advantages. Chief among them is its impressive load-bearing capacity of 330 lbs. This puts it amongst the best models when it comes to suitability for heavier riders.

Nanrobot D6 Chassis Moving Fast

And, with the adjustable suspension, you can add preload to set the correct range of compression for your weight. For riders up to 220 lbs, I recommend leaving it as stock, while those that are heavier may want to tighten the springs.

Nanrobot D6 Kickplate and Rear Spring

Lights

Lighting isn’t something that the Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 is short of. But is this extensive rig up to scratch?

The bright, low-mounted headlight has an outer ring that puts out a wide cast of blue light, while the centrally located bulb is white and throws light out in a focused circular beam. This sounds quite advanced – but it would be better if the beam was more spread out.

Nanrobot D6 Headlight Beam

Supporting the headlight are button LEDs that are embedded into the front and rear of the deck. The ones at the rear also double as flashing brake lights and turn signals.

Nanrobot D6 Lights

Completing the setup are two acrylic tubes that illuminate either side of the deck.

Together, the lights produce enough illumination for night rides – though I recommend purchasing an extra clip-on headlight for even greater visibility.

Nanrobot D6 Chassis Lights

One small source of irritation, though, is that when you turn the lights on, the scooter makes a high-pitched buzzing sound. After a few minutes, this becomes irritating.

Build Quality

Everything about this scooter is solid and robust. There’s no wobbling or shaking – even at top speeds – so you can have faith in it to keep you safe.

Nanrobot D6 Robust Chassis

But it’s a little rough around the edges, lacking the attention to detail found on similarly-priced scooters.

The fenders, for example, have to be installed out of the box – but with the model that I received, the cutouts on the front fender didn’t align with the threaded fixing holes. This meant that it couldn’t be screwed in. I had to file the holes to make them bigger, which wasn’t ideal.

Nanrobot D6 Front Fender

Elsewhere, the grips were secured to the handlebars at different angles. The one on the left sits somewhat parallel to the ground, while the one on the right is pointed up at a 37-degree angle.

Small details like this are indicative of a laissez-faire approach to quality control.

Nanrobot D6 Handgrip

It’s not all doom and gloom, though. All the electrical components in the cockpit are plug-and-play, making them far easier to replace if malfunctions occur.

There’s also a battery management system (BMS) that detects the status of each cell. Based on their status, it implements corresponding adjustments and strategies to manage the charging and discharging of each cell, ensuring the safe and stable operation of the battery. Importantly, it prevents the battery from over-charging, over-discharging, and overheating, as well as providing overcurrent and low battery protection.

Nanrobot D6 Rear Deck LEDs

Results From Our Tests

Performance Report

Performance Report Summary

Category52V60V
Top Speed40 mph46 mph
0-15 MPH2.4 s2.1 s
0-15 MPH5.1 s4.7 s
Max Range (Riding Slow)40 miles40 miles
Max Range (Riding Fast)25 miles25 miles
Braking2.1 meters2.1 meters
Max Incline30 degrees30 degrees
Optimal Incline18 degrees18 degrees

Top Speed

Armed with dual 1000W motors, the 52V D6+ 2.0 can hit a top speed of 40 mph, while its big bro – the 60V variant – can reach a blistering 46 mph.

Josh Riding the Nanrobot D6

However, while both models are fast they aren’t primed for racing along at ferocious speeds on roads. This is all down to the tires and their hybrid tread. Firstly, they have a smaller contact patch with the ground than slick street tires, meaning less traction. And secondly, the knobby tread pattern results in a constant vibration. The motors make a loud whirring noise, too.

If you stick to off-road routes, the setup is ideal for fast-paced adventures.

Josh Riding the Nanrobot D6 On Grass

Top Speed vs Price (52V Model)

Sharing the crown with the Mantis V2 and Varla Eagle One, the 52V variant of the D6+ 2.0 is a high-achiever.

ScooterPriceTop Speed
Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 52V
$1,549
40 mph
Mantis V2 18.2Ah
$1,599
40 mph
Varla Eagle One
$1,499
40 mph
Apollo Ghost Hyd
$1,449
37 mph
Apollo Ghost Reg
$1,449
37 mph
Apollo City Pro 2023
$1,699
32 mph
Apollo City 2023
$1,399
27 mph

However, if we dig deeper, it soon becomes apparent that the Mantis V2 is the real winner. While it has dual motors with the same wattage (1000W), they operate at 60V, equating to 15% more power and increased torque. As a result, its acceleration is significantly faster than the D6+ 2.0, meaning it reaches its top speed quicker.

Under this lens, it may be wise to consider the 60V variant of the D6+ 2.0 if a faster acceleration and higher top speed are on your list of priorities.

Nanrobot D6 Swingarm in Action

Top Speed vs Price (60V Model)

Claiming first place among its similarly-priced competitors, the 60V D6+ 2.0 certainly makes its mark in the speed department. Except, as we’ve already covered, its wings are clipped somewhat by its hybrid tires. Nevertheless, you’ll find that there’s enough speed to turn your knuckles white.

ScooterPriceTop Speed
Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 60V
$1,749
46 mph
Varla Eagle One Pro
$1,999
45 mph
Mantis King GT
$2,095
43 mph
Wolf Warrior X GT
$2,195
43 mph
Wolf Warrior X
$1,699
43 mph
NAMI Klima
$2,299
42 mph
Apollo Phantom V3
$2,099
41 mph
Mantis V2 24.5Ah
$1,999
40 mph
INOKIM OxO
$1,535
40 mph

Nestled in the middle of the pack is the NAMI Klima – yet, while it doesn’t reach the top of the standings, it shouldn’t be ignored. It has the fastest acceleration rate of all the scooters, meaning it reaches its top speed quicker than the rest. This makes it a heart-thumpingly attractive option if you want to burn rubber.

Josh Riding the Nanrobot D6 Off-Road

Acceleration (52V Model)

With powerful 28A Sine Wave controllers that generate a peak current of 40A per motor, the 52V D6+ 2.0 maintains its high-achiever status with an acceleration rate that beats all but one of its similarly-priced competitors.

ScooterPrice0-15 MPH0-25 MPH
Mantis V2 18.2Ah
$1,599
2.1 s4.7 s
Apollo City Pro 2023
$1,699
2.3 s6.1 s
Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 52V
$1,549
2.4 s5.1 s
Apollo Ghost Hyd
$1,449
2.5 s5.3 s
Apollo Ghost Reg
$1,449
2.5 s5.3 s
Varla Eagle One
$1,499
2.8 s6.2 s
Apollo City 2023
$1,399
4.0 s11.0 s

Compared to the Mantis V2, it’s 11% slower off the line, but considering that it reaches 15 mph in just 2.4 seconds and 25 mph in 5.1, it still packs a punch.

Nanrobot D6 Accelerating

Acceleration (60V Model)

Accelerating from 0-15 mph in 2.1 seconds, there are milliseconds between the 60V D6+ 2.0 and the other top performers in its price class.

ScooterPrice0-15 MPH0-25 MPH
NAMI Klima
$2,299
1.9 s2.9 s
Mantis King GT
$2,095
1.9 s4.0 s
Wolf Warrior X GT
$2,195
2.1 s4.2 s
Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 60V
$1,749
2.1 s4.7 s
Mantis V2 24.5Ah
$1,999
2.1 s4.7 s
Wolf Warrior X
$1,699
2.2 s4.7 s
Apollo Phantom V3
$2,099
2.3 s4.5 s
Varla Eagle One Pro
$1,999
2.5 s5.0 s
INOKIM OxO
$1,535
3.5 s6.6 s

Where the biggest difference shows, however, is in its acceleration to 25 mph. While it performs admirably matching the extremely popular Mantis V2, it’s quite some way behind the leader of the pack, the NAMI Klima. Here, the Klima is 38% faster.

Mileage

Sporting a 26Ah battery with 18650 cells, the 52V model achieves a maximum range of 40 miles.

The 60V 22.4Ah variant shares the same maximum range coming equipped with a 1344Wh battery that’s almost identical to the 1352Wh one found in its sibling. Importantly though, this battery is of a higher quality thanks to its LG cells – which are among the best that you’ll find in a scooter.

Nanrobot D6 Being Ridden

Under real-world riding conditions – which include periods of fast acceleration, cruising, and multiple stops – you can expect to keep the wheels of both models rolling for 23-25 miles.

Mileage vs Price (52V Model)

Against the backdrop of its similarly-priced rivals, it shares second place with the Apollo City 2023 and Varla Eagle One.

ScooterPriceMax Mileage
Apollo City Pro 2023
$1,699
43 miles
Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 52V
$1,549
40 miles
Varla Eagle One
$1,499
40 miles
Apollo City 2023
$1,399
40 miles
Apollo Ghost Hyd
$1,449
39 miles
Apollo Ghost Reg
$1,449
39 miles
Mantis V2 18.2Ah
$1,599
33 miles

The rule of the roost belongs to the Apollo City Pro 2023. With 43 miles, it just about manages to glide past the D6+ 2.0.

There’s an elephant in the room, though. While the City Pro is a dual-motor scooter, its 48V 500W motors are less powerful both in torque and top speed. There’s also the small fact of it being a commuter scooter as opposed to an all-terrain beast. With this in mind, the D6+ 2.0 stands out as an attractive option.

Nanrobot D6 Chassis in Motion

Mileage vs Price (60V Model)

Unfortunately, the performance of the 60V model doesn’t lay claim to a podium position finish. The winner here is the INOKIM OxO, but this is hardly surprising given that it sports a battery that holds 16% more power.

There’s a caveat, though. While the OxO is a fantastic scooter with a supremely smooth suspension system and one of the best ride qualities around, it doesn’t come with off-road tires.

ScooterPriceMax Mileage
INOKIM OxO
$1,535
68 miles
Mantis King GT
$2,095
56 miles
NAMI Klima
$2,299
50 miles
Wolf Warrior X GT
$2,195
50 miles
Mantis V2 24.5Ah
$1,999
45 miles
Varla Eagle One Pro
$1,999
45 miles
Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 60V
$1,749
40 miles
Apollo Phantom V3
$2,099
40 miles
Wolf Warrior X
$1,699
40 miles

Under this lens, the Mantis King GT presents itself as a notable alternative.

Not only does it boast a maximum range that promises 16 more miles than the D6+, but it has the same hybrid tires, meaning it's an excellent choice for riders that want to explore off-road routes. It’s also home to a superior hydraulic suspension system that grants you the ability to dial in the rebound and compression rate of each spring to match your terrain. This is one of the many reasons why it was voted by thousands of riders in our community as the Best All-Terrain Electric Scooter of 2022/23.

Josh Riding the Nanrobot D6 From the Rear

Hill Climbing

With its dual motors and powerful controllers in tow, it’s a formidable hill climber.

It can conquer inclines of up to 18 degrees without so much as a wheeze. If you push it, you’ll get to the top of extremely steep 30-degree slopes, though you’ll see its performance wane.

Nanrobot D6 Rear Motor

Shock Absorption

Being an off-roader, you’d expect it to come with a top-dollar suspension system.

Though it can’t quite match the shock-absorbing credentials of the all-terrain juggernaut that’s the Mantis King GT, it certainly performs better than some of the Wolf Warrior scooters.

Nanrobot D6 Spring

Initially, I thought that the springs were stiff, but they came into their own once I ventured off-road, soaking up the harsh shocks and vibrations thrown up by compacted dirt tracks.

Nanrobot D6 Swingarm Suspension

Braking

You can get the scooter with either cable-actuated or hydraulic discs. In this review, we’re focusing on the hydraulic version.

With strong calipers and 140 mm rotors working in harmony with the electronic braking system, the scooter came to a safe stop from 15 mph in an impressive 2.1 meters.

Nanrobot D6 Strong Hydraulic Caliper

What’s more, you can adjust the strength of the electronic brakes via the p-settings on the display. I had it set to ‘2’ which is the strongest setting, though you may want to dial it down to ‘1’ or turn it off completely depending on your preferences.

Nanrobot D6 Brake Lever

Ride Quality

Your view on the D6+ 2.0’s ride quality will depend somewhat on the terrain you’re measuring it on.

As previously mentioned, the knobby tread pattern of the hybrid tires results in a vibration that can be felt throughout the scooter when riding on smooth roads. On the flip side, their traction, grip, and ability to latch onto loose terrain while off-roading make the scooter enjoyable to ride. The same can be said for its suspension system that doesn’t clank or bottom out.

Nanrobot D6 Front Spring

Two things that don’t change based on the terrain, though, are the high handlebars and spacious deck that promise a comfortable riding stance. Add to this a well-balanced stem and chassis, and you have a scooter that guarantees as much stability in the corners as it does in the straights.

Nanrobot D6 Handlebars

However, it must be noted that, despite feeling comfortable while riding the scooter, the finger throttle forces you to adopt a claw-like grip which can cause fatigue on long rides.

Nanrobot D6 Throttle

Compare With Other Scooters

Alternatives

To help you find the perfect scooter, you may want to check out the following alternatives. Below you’ll find a brief overview of each explaining who they’re best for. However, I advise looking at the comparisons further down the page to gain a full understanding of how each stacks up against the Nanrobot D6+ 2.0.

Mantis King GT – A great choice for those that want a premium all-terrain model. It has the same hybrid tires as the D6+ 2.0, but packs more power and has better overall ride quality.

NAMI Klima – Blisteringly fast acceleration rates and superior hydraulic shocks make this a perfect alternative for riders that want the luxury of fast and smooth rides on both street and off-road routes.

Mantis V2 – Ideal for those that can’t afford to spend any more than what the 52V variant of the D6+ 2.0 costs, but want a lighter, more nimble performance scooter.

SPLACH Titan – An excellent all-terrain model for those on a budget. Its performance goes toe-to-toe with the 52V D6+ 2.0, but it costs hundreds of dollars less.

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SPLACH Titan

SPLACH Titan

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Post-Purchase Support

Warranty

The Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 comes with a standard 12-month limited warranty against manufacturing defects, as well as a lifetime warranty for select parts.

Nanrobot D6 Frame From Afar

The standard warranty covers the motor for the entire duration, while the battery, throttle, and shock absorbers are covered for 6 months. Elsewhere, parts such as the controller, brake discs, headlight, and button units, are held under warranty for 3 months, except the deck LED strips which are covered for just 1 month.

The lifetime warranty, meanwhile, covers all the core components of the scooter’s frame, including the steering arm, steering column, footrest, battery compartment, swingarms, folding mechanism, stem, handlebars, and handlebar mount.

To make a claim, you must send Nanrobot visual proof of the defect in the form of a photo or video. Replacement parts are only provided once during the warranty.

Nanrobot D6 Headlight

Manufacturer Specs

Specification Sheet

Specification: Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 Review

Brand
Brand

Nanrobot

Type
Terrain

Off-Road, Street

Design
Portability

Folding Frame

Weight (lbs)

77

Rider Weight (lbs)

330

Tire Size (inches)

10

Tire Type

Pneumatic (Tubeless)

Performance
Top Speed (mph)

40

Max Range (miles)

40

Charge Time (hours)

10

Suspension Type

Front & Rear

Brake Type

Disc (Full-Hydraulic), Electronic

Extra Features
Extra Features

Add-On Seat, Cruise Control, Lights, Water Resistance Rating, Dual Motors, Turn Signals

Specification
Max Incline (degrees)

30

Water Resistance Rating

IP54

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Specification: Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 Review

Brand
Brand

Nanrobot

Type
Terrain

Off-Road, Street

Design
Portability

Folding Frame

Weight (lbs)

77

Rider Weight (lbs)

330

Tire Size (inches)

10

Tire Type

Pneumatic (Tubeless)

Performance
Top Speed (mph)

40

Max Range (miles)

40

Charge Time (hours)

10

Suspension Type

Front & Rear

Brake Type

Disc (Full-Hydraulic), Electronic

Extra Features
Extra Features

Add-On Seat, Cruise Control, Lights, Water Resistance Rating, Dual Motors, Turn Signals

Specification
Max Incline (degrees)

30

Water Resistance Rating

IP54

Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 Review
Nanrobot D6+ 2.0 Review

Original price was: $1,799.00.Current price is: $1,549.00.

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