The 3 Best Mobility Scooter for Going Up Hills

Are looking for a scooter that is capable of supporting  lot of weight and still driving uphill with ease? There are many different mobility scooters out there that serve different purposes so one may ask, what should I be looking for when shopping for a handicap scooter that can drive uphill? Today I will not only explain what it is that will help determine what mobility scooters are capable of driving up hill but I will also give you 3 of the best mobility scooters that can go up hills esaily to choose from

First things first, you want to be looking into more of a supportive mobility scooter, one with a bigger frame that is meant to support and sustain a larger than normal amount of weight. In most any cases you would want to look into heavy duty handicap scooters that have a full suspension. With the full suspension you will get that extra push and torque that normal mobility scooters would not have. This extra boost of power makes it easier to move up hill or on an incline. To determine in more detail how to find what full suspension heavy duty scooters work great when driving up hill, you will want to look into the handicap scooters product specifications and find the climbing angle or grade incline. The higher the climbing degree means the better the performance of the mobility scooter when driving up hill.

Another very important factor when looking for a heavy duty handicap scooter is an upgradable battery option. The more power or battery life that your mobility scooter has the better it is going to perform and last when going uphill.

Below I have listed in no particular order, three heavy duty models that I consider the best mobility scooters to climb uphill.

Merits Health S341 Pioneer 10 DLX Bariatric 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter

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The S341 Pioneer 10 DLX Bariatric by Merits Health is an excellent heavy duty mobility scooter that is full capable of going uphill with ease compared to most mobility scooters. Holding up to 550 lbs in weight capacity, the S341 comes equipped with a full suspension allowing a maximum speed of 8 miles and a climbing grade of 12 degrees making very support driving up hill. When fully charged The S341 Pioneer mobility scooter holds a maximum travel range of 32 miles, so there is plenty of power packed into this elite mobility scooter.

Royale 4 HD Mobility Scooter 4-Wheel

royale hd mobility scooter The Royale 4 HD by EV Rider is another great selection of mobility scooter when driving up hill. Running on full suspension, The Royal 4 HD holds up to 450 lbs while going as fast as 9.3 mph. This powerful heavy duty mobility scooter runs on 12V 75Ah batteries that allow it not only to drive up to 32 miles in travel range, but also perform elegantly when under pressure. With a 12 degree climbing you will see after using the Royal 4 HD for yourself that there is no comparison of power when driving uphill in a handicap scooter.

 

AFIKIM Afiscooter S4 Mobility Scooter 4-Wheel

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The Afiscooter S4 by AFIKIM is not only an excellent heavy duty mobility scooter but it is also the most luxurious of the three recommendations. Engineered in Israel, The Afiscooter S4 comes highly recommended. It’s big body is able to sustain quite a bit. Holding up a maximum weight capacity of 450 lbs the Afiscooter S4 is a mobility scooter that maneuvers very well and has an incredible climbing grade of 11.3 degrees making it somewhat similar in performance to the other two models mentioned, however the Afiscooter S4 has a rear suspension allowing it to provide plenty of torque when driving up hill, some may say it doesn’t have as much power or torque as the other two scooters due to it being only a rear and not a full suspension but in my opinion it is just as powerful and capable of performing under pressure.

The Takeaway From This Article

In conclusion, as mentioned earlier these are the models that I would highly recommend if you’re planning on using your mobility scooter to travel up and down hill on a daily basis. I hope the information I provided helps with your final decision in choosing the right mobility scooter, thanks for reading!