Which Electric Scooter To Buy: X7 Pro VS XR Elite VS HR9

February 26, 2022

The cold winter has passed, and the comfortable spring has arrived. Many people like to travel in spring, so a comfortable transportation is essential. Electric scooters are one of the best means of transportation for short trips and commutes.

Since there are many electric scooters on the market, it is difficult for you to make a choice to buy within a few minutes, so I compared 3 popular electric scooters on the market to make a reference for your choice.

The models being compared today are the Gyroor HR9, GoTrax XR Elite and TurboAnt X7 Pro.

Before the comparison, let me briefly introduce various electric scooters for you.

Gyroor HR9 Review

Gyroor HR9

This electric scooter is designed for everyday commuting use - so its performance isn't top notch, but it's versatile. The scooter is equipped with a powerful 380W motor and an excellent battery (with a battery management system) rated at 36V 10 Ah. The battery pack is powerful, delivering an impressive 23 miles (37 km) of range and a top speed of 18.6 mph (30 km/h). Plus, being a compact scooter, it’s designed for the best balance of performance and comfort—it has a roomy 5.7-inch deck, 8.5-inch pneumatic tires, but unfortunately no suspension.

The Gyroor HR9 is designed without any redundancy, everything is designed to maximize performance. The powerful 380-watt motor comfortably carries riders up to 265 lbs (120 kg). Also, riders don’t have to worry about the road, as the scooter can handle 20-degree slopes with ease. However, keep in mind that its climbing ability depends on rider weight and battery level.

Most importantly, the Gyroor HR9 is a safe scooter. It contains a powerful dual braking system that combines rear drum brakes with front electronic regenerative braking. The headlights and taillights provide excellent visibility in low-light situations, allowing you to be seen by others at night, making riding safer.

The 37 lbs scooter also folds, making it extremely portable, so you can easily slip it in the trunk of your car or take it on public transportation. There are rubber pads on the deck to make your riding fit more comfortable. In addition, the IPX4-level life waterproofing allows you to ride on silky roads and light rain, but please do not ride in water to avoid short circuits and damage to circuits and batteries.

GoTrax XR Elite Review

GoTrax XR Elit

This scooter is designed for use on typical city roads - so these features are not your top performance scooter specs. Instead, the scooter is equipped with a powerful 300W motor and an excellent battery (with a battery management system) rated at 36V 7.8 Ah. The battery pack is powerful enough to provide an impressive 18.6 miles (30 km) range and a top speed of 15.5 mph (25 km/h). Plus, being a smartly built scooter, it's designed for the best balance of performance and comfort - it has a roomy 8.5-inch deck, large pneumatic tires, but unfortunately no suspension.

Every ergonomic scooter from Gotrax is designed to push as many things as possible without breaking the bank. The powerful 300W motor can comfortably carry riders up to 220 lbs (100 kg). Plus, riders don’t have to worry about the road, as the scooter can handle 15-degree trails with ease. However, keep in mind that its hill-climbing ability is dependent on rider weight and battery level.

Most importantly, the Gotrax XR Elite is a safe scooter. It contains a powerful dual braking system that combines rear disc brakes with front electronic regenerative braking. Thankfully, your Gotrax won't let you slip on the pavement as you push the limits of your little sports car. You'll find headlights and taillights that provide excellent visibility when riding in low light. Also, you are sure to notice the six reflectors that make the scooter even safer.

The 31.9 lbs scooter also features a one-step folding mechanism that is reinforced with a safety knob to prevent accidental folding. Riders get a spacious deck with rubber grips for added comfort. Not to mention, the upgraded stand helps with seamless parking, while the IP54 rating ensures that getting caught in a light rain won't completely shut down your commute or blow up your appliances.

TurboAnt X7 Pro Review

Turboant

The scooter has a rock-solid construction and an aluminum alloy frame that both reduces the weight of the scooter and increases durability as it is corrosion and weather resistant. The foldable pole is very sturdy and has a locking latch for easy portability.

To cater to beginners, intermediates and professionals, the X7 Pro comes with a 3-speed mode. Beginner mode limits top speed to 6 mph when using cruise control, while economy mode limits it to 10 mph, and sport mode tops out at 20 mph. The ability to limit the speed of a scooter is important, especially for riders living in the UK and other European countries that sometimes regulate speed for scooter riders.

The scooter is powered by a powerful 350 W motor powered by a sturdy 36V 10Ah lithium-ion battery. The power motor works in sync with the very responsive throttle, ensuring you enjoy a quicker acceleration curve. The X7 Pro features a unique design with the battery pack embedded in the stem. This particular design element has elicited mixed reactions from scooter enthusiasts, some of whom absolutely love the convenience, while others hate the cosmetic effect. However, it actually makes it more difficult to carry over long distances, but since its battery is removable, you can carry extra batteries in your backpack, especially on long commutes.

To manage a top speed of 20 mph, the scooter is equipped with a triple braking system including an electronic braking system, rear disc brakes and rear fender brakes. The scooter doesn't come with suspension, but the Turboant makes up for it by fitting excellent 10-inch pneumatic tires that absorb most road imperfections. The large tires plus 4.5 inches of ground clearance also enhance the scooter's off-road capabilities, making the X7 Pro ideal for adventure as well. Note, however, that this scooter is designed to be a great city commuter scooter, not an off-road monster.

The scooter also comes with powerful 3W headlights and taillights for enhanced nighttime safety and several mirrors on the sides. The handlebars are a bit busy, with a left brake lever, an LED display, a soft rubber throttle, and a bell.

Electric scooter comparison: Gyroor HR9 VS GoTrax XR Elite VS TurboAnt X7 Pro

Maybe you didn't understand the long story above, it doesn't matter, we have made a comparison table, you can clearly see the advantages and disadvantages of each parameter.

Comparison

Gyroor HR9

GoTrax XR Elite

TurboAnt X7 Pro

Price

429.99

449

549.98

Max Load

265 lbs

220 lbs

275 lbs

Max Speed

18.6 mph

15.5 mph

20 mph

Max Range

25 miles

18.6 miles

30 miles

Motor Power

380W

300W

350W

Motor Type

Rear hub motor

Rear hub motor

Front hub motor

Wheel Size

8.5 Inches

8.5 inches

10 inches

Wheel Type

Pneumatic tires

Pneumatic tires

Pneumatic tires

Water Resistance

IPX4

IP54

IPX4

Weight

37 lbs

31.9 lbs

33 lbs

Battery

36V 10Ah

36V 7.8Ah

36V 10Ah

Brake

E-ABS Brake + Drum Brake

E-ABS Brake + Disc Brake

E-ABS Brake + Disc Brake + Foot Brake

Charge Time

3-5 Hours

4-5 Hours

6 hours

Climbing

20°

15°

15°

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Conclusion

Since the performance of these three electric scooters is similar. Therefore, if you need to make a choice, you can choose from the difference in appearance and price.

If the price is within your budget, you can choose a style of electric scooter you like.

If the budget is limited, you can choose the electric scooter that is closest to your budget range.

 

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