Which Electric Scooter has the Best Range?

Which Electric Scooter has the Best Range?

Electric scooters are the perfect way to get to and from school or work with ease, but can a scooter really get you that far on a single charge? If you own or want to own an electric scooter one of the biggest factors that should influence your purchase is the range you need your scooter to have. Electric scooters come in all shapes and sizes with different ranges, speeds, and durability levels. In this blog we’ll explore our rankings for electric scooters with the best range, outlining the benefits and uses of each.

When purchasing an electric scooter you must consider what you intend to use it for. If you want an electric scooter for the occasional joy ride or trip to the grocery store then range might be less influential in your purchase. However, if you plan to use your electric scooter to commute to work or school, or even use it for food delivery, then having a good range is imperative. Below we’ve ranked some of the best electric scooters in Canada based on their range, each scooter has its unique benefits, which we’ve also explored down below!

Electric Scooter Range Ranking

(From highest to lowest range)

Scooter Class Speed (KM/HR) Range KM Price
Inmotion S1F Long Range 40 95 $1,500
Ninebot Max G2 Long Range 35 70 $1,400
Ninebot Max G30P Long Range 30 65 $1,150
Kugoo G2 Pro Off-Road 45 50 $1,500
Ninebot F40 Kick-Scooter Commuter Scooter 30 40 $1,000
Blutron One S Commuter Scooter 32 40 $700

Our Rankings Explained

Inmotion S1F
Inmotion S1F: Ultimate Long-Distance Scooter

The Inmotion S1F is our highest rated electric scooter, known for its outstanding performance and reliability. With an impressive range of 95 km, this scooter allows you to effortlessly travel from one city to another without any concerns about recharging. Although it may have a slightly higher price compared to other models, the extra investment is worth it considering the exceptional features and benefits it provides. From its sleek design to its advanced technology, the Inmotion S1F is truly a premium electric scooter that offers an unmatched riding experience. 

Ninebot Max G2

Ninebot Max G2: The Urban Explorer

The Ninebot Max G2 is one of Segway’s newer model scooters, and it has all the bells and whistles an electric scooter rider will enjoy. One of its standout features is the Apple "Find My" App Connectivity, which makes it super easy to locate your scooter using your Apple devices. What's more, the Max G2 comes with adjustable suspension, ensuring a comfortable and smooth ride every time. But here's the best part - the Max G2 boasts an impressive range capability. With just one charge, you can travel up to 70 km! This makes it the perfect choice for daily commuters who need a scooter with a long-lasting battery life. Check out our full review of this scooter here. 

Ninebot G30P

Ninebot Max G30P: The Long Distance Commuter

The Ninebot Max G30P is technically a commuter scooter, but with its long range, we’ve decided to bump it up a class. The Max G30P has an impressive 65 km range which is likely more than enough for the average commute or food delivery drivers. While this scooter does have an impressive range, it’s an older model so it doesn’t quite have all the latest features like the Max G2, but it is still a reliable and worthwhile scooter to purchase. Check out our full review of this scooter here.

Kugoo G2 Pro

Kugoo G2 Pro: The Off-Road King

The Kugoo G2 Pro is an off-road scooter that we’ve deemed the “Off-Road King”, with a tested 42KM/HR top speed and a 50 km range, this scooter can get you from point A to point B in no time. While this scooter is at the top of its class, it might not be practical for commuters given its bigger size and weight, making it harder to navigate through urban landscapes. While this scooter is powerful, its features might be wasted on city commuting, if you’re looking for an off-road adventure then this scooter was built for you, but if you’re looking for a reliable commuter, then you might want to take a look at our other scooters. Check out our full review of this scooter here. 

Ninebot F40

Ninebot F40 Kick-Scooter: The Compact Cruiser

The Ninebot F40 Electric Kick Scooter is a top-of-the-line commuter scooter, offering a 40 km range, average speed, and a dependable build. The F40 offers a smooth ride with easy handling and superior breaking, making it a great choice for shorter commutes. This scooter is all around great, but if you have a longer commute you might want to consider a different model, as this scooter is better for shorter trips (10-20 km one way). Check out our full review of this scooter here.

Blutron One S

Blutron One S: The Sleek Commuter

The Blutron One S is another fantastic commuter scooter option, with a 40 km top range this scooter is great for short commutes or city riding. The Blutron also goes a little faster than the F40 and offers better acceleration so you’ll have more fun riding it. Again, while this scooter is great for short trips, and its sleek design makes it great for city riding, if you have longer commutes you’d likely have to charge this scooter at work or school before heading back home. Check out our full review of this scooter here.

The Factors That Impact Range

Understanding the range of an electric scooter is not just about the numbers. It's about the interplay of various factors that influence how far you can go on a single charge. Here's what affects the range:

  • Rider Weight: The heavier the rider, the more effort the scooter needs to propel forward, affecting the range.
  • Terrain and Incline: Smooth, flat surfaces are a scooter's best friend, while uphill battles can drain the battery faster.
  • Riding Speed: Higher speeds demand more power, reducing the range. It's about finding the sweet spot for optimal range.
  • Tire Pressure: Properly inflated tires reduce resistance, allowing for a smoother and more efficient ride.
  • Weather Conditions: Extreme temperatures can affect battery performance, with colder weather usually reducing range.
  • Battery Age and Condition: Like all things, batteries age, and with time, their ability to hold a charge diminishes.

So Which Electric Scooter Should You Buy?

Choosing the best electric scooter for your needs is not just about the price, you need to consider practical influences like speed, range, and max payload. If you’re looking for a scooter that will always get you from point A to point B and back again on a single charge then a long-range scooter is perfect for you. If you need something smaller for short trips or quick commutes then a commuter scooter is a great go-to. Remember, the scooter you pick should meet all of your needs, for a personalized recommendation on which scooter is best for you feel free to reach out to us for an honest and hasty response!

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