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Scooter, Pride Go Go LX with CTS Suspension, 3-Wheel

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Pride Go-Go LX with CTS Suspension 3-Wheel
Pride Go-Go LX with CTS Suspension 3-Wheel

The Pride Go-Go LX with CTS Suspension sets a new standard for style and comfort of the micro scooter. With suspension on both the front and the rear wheels, it will increase the comfort of the ride for the user. The feather-touch disassembly breaking into 5 different pieces, with the heaviest piece being 34 pounds, makes this the perfect traveling scooter. This scooter comes with interchangeable color pieces, to make the scooter either red or blue.

Enjoy a smooth, comfortable ride with the Go-Go® LX with industry-first CTS technology. From the park to your backyard, the Go-Go LX 3-wheel absorbs terrain smoothly.
  • 300 lb. weight capacity
  • A standard front basket provides storage
  • Feather-touch disassembly easily disassembles into 5 lightweight pieces for transport and storage
  • Charger port located on the tiller lets you conveniently charge your scooter
  • The dual voltage charger permits charging the battery pack on-board or off-board for added convenience
  • Delta Tiller with ergonomic wraparound handles lets you operate the scooter with one hand and rest your wrist
  • CTS Suspension (Comfort-Trac front and rear suspension) provides a smooth, comfortable ride over varied terrain
  • Standard LED lighting
  • Pride’s exclusive black, non-scuffing tires
  • Includes two sets of easily changeable, red and blue colored shrouds

 Model  Go-Go LX with CTS Suspension 3-Wheel
 Maximum Speed Up to 4.4 mph 
 Turning Radius  33"
 Overall Length  41"
 Battery Weight  12AH 9 lbs. each
 18AH 14 lbs. each
 Maximum Range  Up to 8.6 miles (12AH)
 Up to 12.6 Miles (18AH)
 Maximum Weight Capacity  300 lbs.
 Warranty  Lifetime limited on frame;
2-Year limited on Electronics;
2-Year limited on Drivetrain