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Go-Go Ultra X 3 Specifications

Dim xl
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36.5"
37.4"
the go-go ultra x 3 weighs 71 pounds

71

maximum speed

4

maximum carrying weight

260

battery life

120

minutes
Upc n
606509  513500

Editorial Review

Those who find themselves in the unenviable position of needing a mobility scooter can take some comfort in the knowledge that numerous options abound in a broad range of prices. Pride Mobility is an American company that produces and distributes various mobility products for a global market on the move. What initially began as a lift chair company expanded into the mobility scooter market, producing the Shuttle scooter in 1992. Pride has since come out with a range of scooters including the Pride Go-Go Sport 3, a basic, high-performance vehicle with solid industry and consumer ratings.

The Go-Go Ultra X3 is one of Pride's lighter-duty, 3-wheeled scooters. Whereas the Sport 3 weighs 92.8 pounds and has a 325-pound capacity, the Ultra X3 weighs 76 pounds and has a 260-lb. limit. A maximum speed of 4 mph and a range of 6.9 miles per charge make the X3 less zippy than the Sport 3. The X3's features include an auto-latching lockup mechanism, which permits single-handed frame separation, as well as an auto-connecting front-to-rear cable. For stability, there is a front frame-mounted seat post, and the modular design enables the scooter to disassemble into 5 pieces for transport, storage, and servicing.

The Ultra X3 sports solid 8-inch tires and a foldable, height-adjustable seat. It has a drop-in battery box and an off-board dual voltage charger which charges two 12AH, 9-lb. batteries on- or off-board. A turning radius of 33 inches means that this scooter is even more maneuverable than the Sport 3. However, it sits quite low to the ground, especially when compared to the Tzora Titan 4, which has a 3.9-inch ground clearance. This suggests that the X3 does not perform too well on grass or gravel, and it shouldn't be attempted on inclines. Some users say the the X3 tends to overheat; therefore, if kept indoors and on smooth ground, it should provide otherwise stellar performance. So far, it is available only in red.

Pride Go-Go Ultra X 3 | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

Go-Go Ultra X 3 Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

Very happy with this. It's very maneuverable, which makes it great for indoor use.

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amazon.com
Inclination

For a reasonable priced scooter it is very good. The quality, handling, comfortable seat is great when shopping in a store. It has really opened up a new life...

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spinlife.com
Inclination

Very easy to assemble. Sturdy.

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medmartonline.com
Inclination

Overall I can say that i love my gogo and probably should have made the decision to get one sooner. I used it daily and could not be happier...

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allegromedical.com
Inclination

I am very happy with my go-go ultra x 3 wheel. It has plenty of speed and maneuvers very well...

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medmartonline.com
Inclination

My mother loves the fact that she now has much more independence when traveling. Far better than having to take and push her in a wheel chair everywhere she goes.

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samsclub.com
Inclination

I bought this scooter for my mom and we love it. Much easier than her wheel chair with the foot braces did...

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samsclub.com
Inclination

Fits in the trunk of my car. Base unit part may be too heavy for a frail person to load and unload from their trunk by themselves. Drives and handles very nice and quiet.

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amazon.com
Inclination

I use it to help out our ministry to the homeless. I can't walk very far so this has been a great help. I'm sure I will find other uses in the future.

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spinlife.com
Inclination

This scooter gave me back my mobility. When I'm having difficulty getting around on my own I have something around to help me out now.

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allegromedical.com