Pride Revo 2.0 4 Wheel Review

The Pride Revo 2.0 4 Wheel is new and combines several features put in one package. It has a weight capacity of 400 lbs. It is tough and made to last.

It provides the rugged dependability that is expected from a luxury mid-size scooter. This scooter has CTS or Comfort-Trac Suspension that ensures a smooth and comfortable ride over varied terrain.

The Pride Revo 2.0 4 has feather-touch disassembly for portability comparable to the travel mobility lines available on the market. It has standard under-seat storage and speeds of up to 5 mph.

It has exclusive black, flat-free, non-scuffing tires. It is an ultra heavy-duty drivetrain with a 70-amp controller.



  • Weight Capacity: 400 lbs
  • Comfort-Trac Suspension (CTS): Yes
  • Controller: 70 amp
  • Speed: 5 mph

Feedback and Additional Information

  • The Pride Revo is comfortable and even extremely. This scooter is also easy to drive smoothly.
  • It has been all right revised since the first version came out.
  • It comes apart and might be put within the back of the 2018 RAV4. As long as someone is physically ready to take apart and reassemble, it’s not bad the least bit. The heaviest piece is just like 40lbs or something.
  • When you try and get dimensions, you’ll hear people recite the overall length, but that’s with the rear motor being connected. That part leaves you with a more manageable width and comes off as well.  I used to be trying to urge this info from everyone, and everybody was wrong. Once the motor with the wheels on the rear, gets taken apart, it will easily fit and will give you plenty of room to spare.
  • The lighting on this can be nearly useless.
  • If it beeps upon startup, and you hear a bunch of beeps, listen to what beep count is occurring, and you’ll then determine what’s happening. It may well be the transmission lever got tapped into neutral, or even something else. There are times you will get an error from the speed potentiometer. All you need to do is to re-adjust the tiller and the error will go away as expected.
  • The scooter is comfortable to sit down in and ride. It can carry your weight at 5mph on flat and up small inclines, bigger inclines it can slow to 3mph, but still, it keeps going. The battery meter could be a huge assurance of getting the battery remaining without being stranded. If you are doing run aground, you’ll be able to shift the unit to neutral (on the motorized wheel section) and easily push it back to the car.
  • Batteries are easy enough to hold in and charge within the house.
  • The seat does swivel all the way around if you prefer. So all of your spec questions are included within the spec image on the merchandise page. 
  • The turning radius is 52″, the wheels are 3″ x 9″, the seat adjust is about 15 to 18″ from the deck, and the turning radius is 52″. BTW, the five-year warranty is included within the price and even covers the batteries.
  • The Revo 2.0 does have a key, but it’s really intended to stop children from fiddling with it, while the incidence of scooters being stolen is quite rare. However, if you’re worried, I recommend that you simply buy a cable-style bicycle lock. There are many places on the scooter where you’ll just have to loop it through. Scooters are an expensive investment so take a considerate time thinking about how to secure them.
  • The top part of the seat folds down while the remainder of the scooter comes apart so that it may be loaded into a trunk or van.
  • The manufacturer stopped including the under-seat storage as a regular feature on the Revo 2.0. It’s available as a service part.




Comfort-Trac Suspension (CTS)

  • This scooter has flat-free and non-scuffing tires. The tires are also exclusively black. It has an ultra heavy-duty drive train that includes a 70-amp controller.

E-Wheels EW-M34

  • This scooter has a bright front headlight, reverse indicator lights and front bumper. Which makes this scooter reliable and stable.

Vive 4

  • This scooter is easy to maneuver on smooth surfaces, outdoor and indoor.
  • This scooter is designed to support 265 pounds more safely.
  • The wheels of this scooter are flat-free and non-marking. While its driving distance is 12.4 miles depending on the capacity of the battery or if it is fully charged.

Metro Mobility Compact

  • Its throttle control is friendly and for left-handed people and those with limited strength.
  • 4.9 mph max speed, the speed can be presented with the dial on the panel.
  • To monitor the status of the battery, it has a battery gauge on the front of the panel.
  • Scooters with four wheels can operate in tight corners without having to sacrifice stability.



Comfort-Trac Suspension (CTS)

  • With this scooter, you will experience convenience with feather-touch disassembly that is ideal most of the time. You can also enjoy its storage under the seat.

Vive 4

  • This scooter is easy to disassemble into four pears for it to be easier to carry.
  • It has a foldable tiller and the seat can be removed. Each section can easily fit in the trunk of vehicles of standard size.
  • The rear section weighs 29 pounds and is the heaviest part of its four pieces.

E-Wheels EW-M34

  • This scooter can be mounted on the carrier for easy transport or disassemble, and store in the trunk or back of the vehicle. It is easy to disassemble in seconds in just four steps. Because of this, transportation from one place to another is very simple.

Metro Mobility Compact

  • The heaviest piece of this scooter is foldable and measures 44 “L x 20” W x 17 “H. It is easy to place in the trunk of your car.
  • Its M1 model is easily divided into four pieces and easy to transport.



Comfort-Trac Suspension (CTS)

  • This scooter has a CTS or Comfort-Trac Suspension that ensures a smooth and comfortable ride on various terrains.

E-Wheels EW-M34

  • For faster charging, the battery can be charged while it is on the scooter or off it.
  • Its tiller is adjustable with a detachable basket with handles and swivel seat.

Vive 4

  • The seat inside is padded, and the width of this seat is 15.75 “. Its backrest provides support and cushioning.
  • The seat and rotatable and its height are adjustable to better accommodate more size.
  • Its seat has two padded armrests that can be flipped upward and adjusted for more convenient boarding and exiting.

Metro Mobility Compact

  • This scooter has a swivel seat. The seat also has a backrest and armrest. This scooter will give you a lot of freedom so that you can customize it for a more comfortable fit. You can adjust seat height, armrests by flipping up and tiller angle. Due to the adjustments mentioned, it will be easy to transition out and into the scooter. If you are shopping while using your scooter, flipping the armrests of the seat will help you interact more easily without having to leave the scooter or seat.





My take on Pride Revo 2.0 4 Wheel Review

Another good option if you are looking for a heavy-duty mobility scooter. Go ahead and try its 400 lb weight capacity. It has Comfort-Trac Suspension (CTS) to ensure a smooth ride and make your experience on it comfortable. As a heavy-duty mobility scooter, I recommend this unit.

This review is the product of my in-depth research about the featured scooter. As much as possible I tried not to be biased whether this scooter is a must-have or just another option from a wide variety of choices. The cons and pros are located anywhere in this review. You might fight a lot of pros and cons, however, for me, the Pros and Cons are still subjective. Some might find Cons as not preferable but to some, it does not matter. Every user has their own preferences.
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Pride Revo 2.0 4 Wheel Review

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