Experience 5-star mobility in a compact package with the next generation Golden Buzzaround Lite scooter. This all new scooter disassembles in three easy, wireless steps. Change the colors of your scooters to suit your mood with snap-on shroud panels, all while enjoying the experience of tight indoor maneuverability and smooth outdoor use.
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- Compare to Pride's Go-Go Elite Traveller
- 3 sets of panels are included - red, blue, and sahara
- Connectorless assembly
- Tiller mounted front basket
- Deluxe padded seat with arms
|Weight Capacity||250 lb|
|Top Speed||4 mph|
|Maximum Distance Per Charge||8 mi|
|Weight (with batteries)||98 lb|
|Weight (no batteries)||77 lb|
|Heaviest Part Weight||32 lb|
|Disassembles Into||5 Pieces|
|Tire Type||Foam Filled|
|Front Wheel Size||8"|
|Rear Wheel Size||8"|
|Battery Type||Battery Pack with (2) 12 Amp or (2) 15 Amp|
|Move In Reverse?||Yes|
|Put Wheels In Freewheel?||Yes|
What out customers think about this product...
May 4, 2013 5:46 PM
|jojobuck from doraville,ga would recommend this to a friend.|
|A Little About Myself|
A great little scooter/ easy to assemble and disassemble/ however I wish I would have gotten a 4 wheeler for stability/
|2 of 2 people found this review helpful|
|From Yugo to Mercedes|
Oct 28, 2011 4:56 PM
|Mechanic from Downers Grove, IL would recommend this to a friend.|
|A Little About Myself||
Retired tinkerer of disabled spouse
Power. Comfort. Durable. Good looking. Trunk-able. Easy assembly
Here's something that needs inventing, and I don't think it would be difficult: If you have full power dialed in and start up at a sharp turn, you risk taking a spill. A sensor that detects the turn angle could decrease power until you straighten out. I'll get right on it!
|Service & Delivery||
Our first Golden scooter, an Easy Go front-wheel drive, was front wheel drive. Its light-weight advantage was negated by lack of durability. I'm mightily impressed with the looks of this thing. And, the rear-wheel drive makes a big difference in handling. Turns on a dime, too!
|30 of 34 people found this review helpful|