The five best electric scooters

Electric scooters are a alternative to mobility within big cities. They are easy to handle, they do not pollute, there is no need to park them (it is possible to take them on the metro, on the bus or to the office) and they do not have fuel surcharges.

Electric scooters are an excellent alternative for urban mobility, as they do not consume fuel and do not require a large storage space.

However, with so many models on the market it can be a bit tricky to choose the right one. Luckily, in this article we’ve compared some of the best models and analyzed them, so you can easily choose the best electric scooter of 2021:

-Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter S1: Beyond appearing in the lists of best mobile phones, Xiaomi has been excelling for some time in the manufacture of electric scooters. This model has a motor with 250W power that offers a speed of 25 km / h and a battery with autonomy of 30 km, perfect for moving in big cities. It has several driving modes, such as ECO, which allows you to manage the battery life. It has front and rear lights, dual disc braking system and good cushioning.

Xiaomi Mi Electric Scooter S1

-Cecotec Bongo A Series: With a 350W motor and capable of generating up to 700W of power to climb hills, the Cecotec Bongo A Series offers a top speed of 25 km/h and boasts a range of 25 km. It has several driving modes, such as ECO to save battery or sport mode to go faster. It has rear and front light, pneumatic brake and a shock absorber that can carry up to 120 kg. More information in this article with video review:

Cecotec Bongo electric scooter

-Hiboy S2: The Hiboy S2 has a 350W motor, a top speed of 25 km/h and a range of 30 km, perfect for long distances. The battery charges fully in 6 hours. It includes cruise control to go at a constant speed without having to press the accelerator. In addition, thanks to the wide wheels and rear suspension, it offers a comfortable and smooth ride.

Hiboy S2 illustration

-Segway Ninebot MAX G30LE II: A very powerful scooter with a range of 40 km/h, thanks to a 350W motor with rear-wheel drive. The Segway Ninebot Ninebot MAX G30LE II has 10″ wheels and circular damping, cruise control and front drum brake and regenerative rear brake, which improves battery life. It has LED front and rear light.

Segway Ninebot Ninebot MAX G30LE II illustration image

-SmartGyro Xtreme SpeedWay: It has one of the most powerful motors on the market, with 800W, with a top speed of 25 km/h (limit by law) and a range of 45 km. The wheels of the SmartGyro Xtreme SpeedWay are 10″ and it has rear and front suspension, although it is not designed for “offroad” driving. It has disc brakes for both wheels, four turn signals and LED light front and rear.

SmartGyro Xtreme SpeedWay illustration image

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