There are a lot of electric scooters to choose from, and although the majority stick with the standard black or grey paint job, there are a select few that come in a variety of colors to suit your style.
In this article, I’ve reviewed the very best scooters available in pink. From vibrant fuchsia to gentle baby pink, there is a range of hues to choose from.
I’ve split this article into two halves. In the first half, you’ll find pink scooters available for kids, whilst in the second half, I’ve reviewed those that are suitable for adults.
Available in a shockingly bright bubblegum-pink, the GKS is sure to catch your child’s eye. Costing a very reasonable $99.99, this is a great first scooter, delivering a top speed of 7.5 mph and featuring an innovative safe start system designed to prevent any accidental spills. There’s no doubt that they’ll be the envy of all their friends, who will be desperate to have a turn.
Ninebot ZING E8
Available in subtle but stylish baby pink, the Zing E8 is the perfect kid’s scooter. With a top speed of 8.6 mph and three different riding modes to choose from, this is a great entry into the world of electric scooters. It’ll deliver an enjoyable ride whilst its three brakes, durable body, and shock absorbers will keep your child safe.
GoTrax GXL V2
The vibrant pink exterior is not the only shocking thing about the GXL V2. Other stand-out specs include its commuter-friendly top speed of 15.5 mph and range of 12 miles, plus its premium pneumatic tires and dual-brakes. The best bit? It costs less than $270.
Hiboy S2 Lite
The soft pink Hiboy S2 Lite is the perfect companion for teen riders or adults who weigh up to 180 lbs. Featuring a top speed of 13 mph and a maximum range of 10.6 miles, this scooter is well suited to short commutes and local exploration. With a price of $259, it’s an inexpensive commuter scooter with a robust frame built to withstand daily use.
Unagi Model One (Dual Motor)
If you want the luxury of choosing the exact shade of pink your scooter comes in, you’ll appreciate the ability to customize the Unagi Model One’s design. This added extra is very typical of the scooter that is often called the iPhone or Tesla of the scooter world. When it comes to the Model One, expect premium touches and exotically extravagant construction materials.
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Kids Pink Electric Scooters
The fun of electric scooters isn’t just reserved for adults – there are a ton of great options to put a smile on your child’s face, including the Segway Ninebot Zing E8. Best of all? It’s available in vibrant pastel pink.
Perfect for children between the ages of 6 and 12, the Zing E8 is a perfectly designed package that’ll keep your kids grinning for hours on end. Its pink exterior avoids feeling babyish and is the ideal accessory to get them out of the house and into the fresh air. Thanks to the IPX4 rating, they won’t even have to worry about a little rain — the Zing E8 is resistant to any light splashes.
Other than being great to look at, the Zing E8 is also plenty of fun to ride. Equipped with a 130W motor, children can reach a safe but exciting speed of 8.6 mph, as well as climb hills with a 7% incline grade. Depending on their experience levels, they can switch between three different riding modes to build their confidence and get used to the E8’s speed. Safe mode has a speed cap of 6.2 mph, so they can practice riding before switching to the Cruise setting or the more exciting Turbo mode.
For a kids scooter, the Zing E8 has a surprisingly good ride quality. Firstly, its low center of gravity means your child will have better control over the scooter because the deck sits so close to the ground. Anti-skid grips will also help them to steer accurately without fear of losing their hold and veering off to the side.
It has high elastic solid rubber tires that are designed to resist wear and tear, and feature improved tread for better grip and anti-skid performance. The wheels are supported by a 40 mm front shock absorber that helps to absorb small impacts and keep your child’s ankles and knees comfortable so they can ride for longer without any aches and pains the next day.
Delivering a range of 6.2 miles, it is an ideal scooter for exploring the neighborhood with friends. It also features a robust smart battery management system so you won’t need to worry about the battery burning out or short-circuiting without warning.
Safety is at the top of Segway’s list when it comes to designing excellent scooters which is why the Zing E8 comes with three braking mechanisms including a rear fender brake, regenerative braking system, and a hand brake. This gives your child plenty of options to come to a stop safely when they need to. It also features a reflective sticker on the rear fender and customizable under-deck lighting to increase your child’s visibility, however, I’d advise buying additional attachable lighting to be on the safe side.
Weighing 17.6 lbs, the Zing E8 is light enough that children can lift and move it easily, but that doesn’t mean it’s flimsy. Made from aerospace-graded aluminum alloy, it’s strong enough to withstand everyday knocks and bumps and won’t unexpectedly break. It also folds when force is applied to the folding pedal, collapsing down into a package compact enough to store in the back of a closet or throw in the trunk of your car.
At $219.99, the Zing E8 is good value for money, especially considering it comes from a reputable brand like Segway. You’re getting all the premium quality and top-of-the-range materials associated with the Ninebot scooters. Not only does this scooter look great, but it’ll stand the test of time too.
Available in eye-popping bubblegum pink, there’s no doubt this scooter is a conversation starter. Your child will be the envy of all their friends and they’ll be queuing up to have their turn zooming around the neighborhood.
The GKS doesn’t go quite as fast as the Zing E8, featuring a top speed of 7.5 mph thanks to its 150W motor. Although slightly slower, this is still the perfect speed for children between the ages of 6 and 12, especially those who haven’t ridden before and might need to start slow before building up their confidence.
It’s been designed with safety in mind and so features an innovative safe-start system that prevents the scooter from moving anywhere until your child is ready. This works with the use of two pressure sensors. For the GKS to move, both feet must be positioned on the deck first. Your child must place their foot on the first button at the start of the deck and kick to start, placing their other foot on the back button to engage the motor afterward.
Not only does this prevent the scooter from zooming off without any warning, but it also makes coming to a stop easy. Simply remove the pressure from the back button to kill the motor and press on the rear friction foot brake to bring the scooter to a complete halt. It’s easy, quick, and safe; even younger riders will be able to master it.
With a range of 4 miles, the GKS is ideal for exploring close to home and is built for riding across smooth paths. The 6 inch solid rubber tires absorb vibrations from the road underneath, however, it doesn’t have any shock absorbers like the Zing E8. I wouldn’t advise taking this scooter onto rough or bumpy paths.
Weighing 17.8 lbs, this scooter is easy to lift and pick up but it doesn’t fold. This makes storing it a bit trickier but, luckily it’s a small scooter, so won’t take up a ton of space. Despite being light, it can support a load of up to 154 lbs, meaning it can grow with your child as they get older, delivering many happy hours of exploration.
The best part? The GKS will only set you back $99.99, so it’s a much more affordable alternative to the Zing E8 if your budget won’t stretch quite that far. The reduced price doesn’t mean lesser quality either. This is one sturdy scooter that can hold its own against everyday wear and tear to keep your child safe.
As soon as the GKS comes out of the box, your little one will be itching to get out of the house and give it a spin. It’s affordable, safe, and great to look at, making it the ideal gift for any budding scooter enthusiasts out there. With its eye-popping pink exterior, your child will be sure to turn heads as they zoom through the neighborhood.
Adult Pink Electric Scooters
In a world of monochrome adult scooters, the bright pink exterior of the GoTrax GXL V2 stands out from the crowd. If you’re looking for a scooter to reflect your colorful personality, the V2 won’t let you down.
Accented with smart black detailing, the V2 is eye-catching in every way but the cerise coloring doesn’t detract from the fact that this is one of the best-selling scooters on the market. Sturdy, reliable, and boasting an IP54 water-resistant rating, the V2 is about more than just its flamingo-pink exterior.
Its 250W motor allows you to reach a top speed of 15.5 mph and climb 14% inclines. This, along with its range of 12 miles, makes it an ideal scooter if you need to navigate city roads. The mileage isn’t extensive, so it’s better suited to those riders with short commutes and is perfect for exploring your local area in style, however, when you do run out of battery, it’ll only take around 4 hours to recharge.
The GXL V2 shines when it comes to riding quality and safety. It features 8.5 inch pneumatic tires, which are rare to find on a scooter that only costs $269.99. This is because they are superior to solid tires. After all, they have better traction in wet weather and provide damping on rough roads. This is especially important considering that the V2 doesn’t have any suspension, which means the wheels are the main factor keeping you comfortable.
In terms of safety, I can’t fault the V2 for its dual braking system. Like air-filled tires, it’s rare to find double brakes on a scooter this cheap, especially considering one of them is a disc brake. I prefer disc brakes over drum brakes because they’re more efficient, and combined with the V2’s second front regenerative brake, you can expect to come to a stop when you need to.
The GXL V2 features a front LED headlight which is nice and bright, however, only has a reflector in the rear rather than a taillight. Although disappointing, this is a minor grouch for a scooter this cheap and can be easily remedied by purchasing a second light.
The headlight can be operated from the digital display on the handlebars where you can see your battery life and speed with one glance. Even better, you can operate your cruise control from here, too. This is an excellent premium feature that sets this budget scooter apart and allows you to kick back and relax when you want to rest your thumb from keeping constant pressure on the throttle.
At 26.4 lbs, the V2 is all about portability, which is key in a commuter scooter. It can be easily lifted on and off public transport, and the one-step folding system means you’ll never have to worry about fiddling with awkward catches and levers when you’re in a rush.
For the money you pay, it’s safe to say that the GXL V2 ticks all the right boxes and more. It outperforms its price tag and is ideal for someone who wants a no-nonsense, affordable scooter. It’s not the most full-featured out there, but bagging yourself a shocking-pink electric scooter with pneumatic tires, strong dual-brakes, and cruise control for under $270 is a bargain.
If you’re looking for something pretty in pink, but with slightly more subtle coloring, the Hiboy S2 Lite fits that criteria with its gentle blush exterior. Like the GXL V2, it won’t break the bank either, costing just $279.
This scooter straddles the line between kids and adult scooters, making it ideal for teen riders and smaller adults up to 180 lbs. Its powder-pink exterior might not be as bright as that of the GoTrax GXL V2, but the pop of color separates it from the many grey-toned models on the market.
As it’s primarily marketed for teens, the S2 Lite has a maximum top speed of 13 mph, which is slightly slower than that of the GXL V2. However, it has a similarly-sized 250W motor, so you can expect the same sort of acceleration power and hill-climbing ability. Although it’s no racing scooter, it’s fast enough to satisfy younger teenagers or inexperienced riders, giving them a taste of what the electric scooter world has to offer.
With a maximum range of 10.6 miles, it’s better suited to riders with shorter commutes, making it an ideal method of getting to school or the office. If you’re looking for an affordable way to shrink your morning journey and say goodbye to stuffy public transport, this is it.
The Hiboy is equipped with 6.5 inch solid rubber tires and so, I’d recommend sticking to smooth paths wherever possible if you don’t want to get achy ankles and wrists. This is because rubber tires don’t provide any shock absorption and the S2 Lite isn’t equipped with any suspension so riding on rough surfaces will be a pretty uncomfortable experience. This being said, you’ll never have to worry about tire maintenance — solid tires are flat-proof and wear-resistant, meaning your scooter will keep going for many rides to come with minimal upkeep.
Even when navigating busy city roads, you need brakes you can rely on, which is why you’ll be pleased to know that the S2 Lite comes with double brakes. The combination of the front electric anti-lock brake and rear foot brake will help to bring you to a safe stop as soon as you apply pressure. Using only the electric brake will result in a gradual slowing, whereas operating both together delivers a more abrupt stop.
It’s clear Hiboy takes rider safety seriously, which is why you’ll also find an impressive lighting setup on the S2 Lite. A cool-white headlamp has been fitted into the handlebars for optimal visibility, whilst a rear red spotlight flashes whenever you hit the brakes. In addition, the stem and deck glow with soft blue light when riding in dark conditions, so other riders won’t be able to miss you.
Your lights can be controlled from the handlebar integrated display, which also displays your speed and mileage. From here, you can also switch between eco and sports mode, as well as use the throttle to engage cruise control – a great extra feature on a scooter this cheap. On the left of the handlebars you’ll also find a bell, next to the brake pedal.
At 21 lbs, this scooter is even lighter than the GXL V2, so it is perfect for smaller hands to lift. The folding system allows you to reduce the S2 Lite down to a compact and manageable package, well-suited to being stored.
Made from aviation-grade aluminum alloy, the S2 Lite is a strong and durable scooter despite its smaller price tag. Its pink coloring might make you think this is a delicate piece of kit, but it’s well set up to withstand daily use and is a great option for teens or smaller riders looking to escape public transport and feel the wind through their hair.
So far, the adult scooters in this list have been of the budget variety, ideal for those who want a no-nonsense scooter to get them to and from their destination. However, if you’re looking for a more indulgent and luxurious edge to complement your dreamy pink exterior, check out this next scooter, the Unagi Model One.
The Model One is the most expensive scooter on this list, retailing at $999, however, there are quite a few good reasons for that, not least of them that you can make this scooter completely your own. The Model One allows you to completely customize the scooter’s exterior, offering you a variety of pinks to choose from. Fuschia, cerise, blush — the choice is yours. Hey, if you’re struggling to pick just one, why not opt for them all and decorate the handlebar, steer tube, and deck in different shades of pink?
The vivid paint job doesn’t only fulfill an aesthetic purpose, but will also help to keep your scooter in top condition for longer. The exterior has an IP54 waterproof rating so can resist fine rain, whilst the paint acts as an anti-abrasive layer designed to maintain your Model One’s appearance.
The custom color exterior is just the first in a long-line of indulgent touches that makes the Model One a premium scooter. Its exotic line-up of construction materials also speaks to the care and attention that’s gone into its design.
Made from the same stuff that Elon Musk uses to make his Space-X rockets, the Model One is both durable and lightweight, built to tough out the extremes of every day riding without adding too much bulk to the scooter’s weight. The magnesium alloy handlebar is 33% lighter than aluminum and helps to keep the scooter easily portable. The combination of innovative materials successfully keeps the Model One’s weight down at a mere 26.5 lbs.
Plus, with its one-click folding mechanism, you can easily go from riding to carrying in seconds. You won’t need to worry about a lengthy folding process if you need to hop on and off public transport. When you reach your destination, the Model One is compact once folded and can be stored in even the tightest spaces.
With a top speed of 17 mph, this is the fastest scooter on this list, thanks to the 500W-combined power of its drive train. Having a 250W motor in each wheel helps to boost its power and torque, giving you a surprisingly rapid acceleration curve. This also gives you enough driving force to tackle hills with a 15% incline.
Different environments call for different riding styles and the Model One makes it easy for you to adjust your speed by including three different settings: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Each mode has its speed restrictions with advanced, unsurprisingly, being the fastest. Not only will this help you moderate your pace, but it’s useful when trying to conserve battery. This scooter has a maximum range of 15.5 miles, which is ideal for short commutes or journeys involving public transport.
The Model One features 7.5 inch solid rubber tires that are well-suited for riding on flat terrain and cements the Unagi as a winning city scooter. Usually, solid tires are known for their punishing ride quality, however, those on the Model One have been designed with air pockets around their circumference to make them softer. This is helpful because this scooter doesn’t come with any other suspension systems.
To match the Model’s One’s powerful acceleration, Unagi has incorporated strong brakes into its design. It comes with dual electronic anti-lock brakes that will slow you down with the slightest pressure. It also features a rear friction foot brake to deliver more abrupt stopping power, should you need it.
Lastly, I can’t neglect to mention the Model One’s spaceship-like cockpit and display panel. From here, you can monitor your ride stats as well as engage cruise control and switch between various speed modes. You can also operate your front headlight for extra visibility when it gets dark, whilst the red lights in the rear blink as you brake.
Regularly referred to as the iPhone of the scooter world, the Model One is all about finesse, something that is very apparent when you look at the care that’s gone into the overall design. However, it is on the pricey side. The sublime construction and top-of-the-range materials make it stand apart from the crowd. Plus, for anyone after a pink scooter, the option to choose between so many shades is a bonus.
By Type (Cheap, Foldable, Fastest etc)
Foldable, Light & Portable
- Ninebot ZING E8 – Weighs 17.6 lbs and has folded dimensions of 34.4 x 13.2 x 12.6 inches
- Hiboy S2 Lite – Weighs 21 lbs and has folded dimensions of 43.3 x 17.7 x 11 inches
- GoTrax GXL V2 – Weighs 26.4 lbs and has folded dimensions of 43.3 x 17.1 x 14.6 inches
- Unagi Model One (Dual Motor) – Weighs 26.5 lbs and has folded dimensions of 37.79 x 16.53 x 14.96 inches
- GoTrax GXL V2 – With its light portable frame, pneumatic tires, and a top speed of 15.5 mph, the GoTrax GXL is a great commuter scooter. It’s better suited to shorter journeys as it has a maximum range of 12 miles.
- Unagi Model One (Dual Motor) – With a top speed of 17 mph and a maximum range of 15.5 miles, the Model One is ideal for commuting, especially given that it is so light and portable. Its well-thought-out design also means it can withstand the rigors of daily use.