The Best Mid-Size Mobility Scooters for Traveling

The best mid-size mobility scooters for traveling are purchasable from a nationwide company.

These products from Mobility Scooters Direct have excellent performance.

Joann, a previous customer, recently awarded one of our Pride mobility scooters with a five-star rating.

Her hobby is to visit flea markets. She craves the excitement of finding deals, purchasing undervalued treasures. She keeps them for herself or gives them to her family members and friends.

Joann said the Pride Victory 10 LX With CTS Suspension Mobility Scooter 4-Wheel offers a smooth ride on weekends at the flea market.

“I just love it,” Joann said in her mobility scooter review.

This article will recommend the Victory 10 LX, along with two other quality mobility scooters from Pride that are sold from Mobility Scooters Direct, which are the best mid-size disability scooters.

These mid size scooters for the disabled include the Pride Maxima Mobility Scooter 4-Wheel and the Pride Jazzy Zero Turn Mobility Scooter.

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The Victory 10 LX is known for providing a smooth ride. This means stability when traveling over beaten down sidewalks and maneuvering through tight turns when venturing uphill with the mid-size mobility scooter.

The mobility scooter for the disabled has a maximum speed of nearly 6 mph. The long distance mobility scooter is equipped with AGM lead-acid 12V 35Ah batteries or 12V 40Ah batteries for an additional $285. It can cover nearly 17 miles per complete charge.

The weight capacity on the Victory 10 LX is supportive of obese customers. The mid size mobility scooter can accommodate up to a 400 lbs. weight capacity.

Morbidly obese customers love the Victory 10 LX. Besides having an accommodating weight capacity, the handicap scooter has a high back captain seat, which provides excellent support for the back of the driver. Rather than having pains over a lengthy trip, the driver will travel in luxury.

Pride Victory 10 LX With CTS Suspension Mobility Scooter 4-Wheel

This affordable mobility scooter, listed for $1,979, reflects a discount of 30 percent from the manufacturers suggested retail price.

The Victory 10 LX can also be purchased using our simple financing options. The cheap mobility scooter starts at $174 a month for 12 months at a 10 percent annual percentage rate.

This awesome looking mobility scooter comes is worth the price. It comes in two eye-catching colors: candy apple red or electric blue.

The Maxima from manufacturer Pride, is a 4 wheel mobility scooter that is also impressive to the eye. The Maxima has the color options candy apple red or viper blue.

The Maxima is swift, having a 54” turning radius, which is ideal for traveling within a home or maneuvering around the office.

The quality mobility scooter runs on full suspension. Using rear wheel drive, the driver can reach destinations quickly, as the Maxima reaches a maximum speeds over 5 mph.

The scooter for the disabled is equipped with U1 12v 35AH batteries or 22NF 12V 55AH batteries for an additional $240. For the former, the 4 wheel mobility scooter covers 13 miles per complete charge, while for the latter the Maxima covers 16 miles.


Rosemarie S., a recent customer, gave the Maxima five-stars in her mobility scooter review.

The affordable mobility scooter is on a 30 percent discount from the MSRP, as the Maxima is listed for $3,099.

Alternatively, our customers can purchase the disability scooter using simple financing options, which start at $273 a month for 12 months at a 10 percent annual percentage rate.

Commonly, Mobility Scooter Direct customer will equip their purchase with additional accessories. A popular choice is the large rear basket, $50. The large rear basket provides a secure location to hold belongings while using this mobility scooter for traveling. Our customers can be assured with the large rear basket that swift turns and bumpy sidewalks will not lead to items falling out.

Another great accessory to purchase with the senior citizen scooter is the car charger, $80. If you need to load your Maxima into the trunk of a car, our customers can be more efficient, charging the quality mobility scooter while it is not in operation.

Lastly, we recommend one of the all-around best mobility scooters on the market today, the Jazzy Zero Turn. The Jazzy Zero Turn mobility scooter was a finalist in the 2017 MedTrade show in October for the innovative award.

The 4 wheel mobility scooter has a 24V motor that empowers the driver with a maximum speed of 4 mph. It has a full CTS suspension, with solid 2″ x 7″ wheels in the front and solid 2.5″ x 9″ tires in the rear.

The Zero Turn Jazzy scooter has 12V 22Ah sealed lead acid batteries that lead the product to a 10-mile travel range.

The weight capacity of the Jazzy Zero scooter is 300 lbs.

Our customers can purchase this mid-size mobility scooter for $1,699 — saving over 30 percent from the MSRP.

For simple financing options, the Jazzy Zero mobility scooter starts at $150 a month for 12 months at a 10 percent annual percentage rate.

Mobility scooter reviews are favorable for the Jazzy Scooter. Nancy M. is a caregiver for her husband in Glen Allen, Virginia. Her husband, 84, has limited mobility.

The limited mobility is attributed to his shortness of breath and arthritis.

Her husband loves traveling in the Jazzy Zero Turn mobility scooter, especially the “short radius of turns,” Nancy said. The 4 wheel mobility scooter is “easy in tight situations.”

Buy an Affordable Mobility Scooter, Today!

Like Joann, who “just loves” her mobility scooter, we want to pair you with the perfect disability scooter to maximize your independence.

If you value your independence, yet have mobility constraints, we strongly recommend the quality disability scooters highlighted in this article.

Should you have additional questions, a skilled technician from our nationwide mobility scooter store would be glad to help.

To speak with a member from our team, please call (877) 721-7748 during our hours of operation, which are from 8 in the morning to 6 in the evening during weekdays and from 10 in the morning to 4 in the afternoon on weekends.