Compare Shoprider Mobility Scooters
View and compare Shoprider mobility scooter models to decide which one is the best for you. Compare prices, total weight, user weight capacity, top speed, and turning radius. You can also sort and filter by category.
Search and compare Shoprider mobility scooters with our comparison chart below.
How to Choose a Shoprider Mobility Scooter
Weight and Portability
Decide on your mobility scooter's total weight and portability. Do you need a foldable travel scooter to fit in the trunk of a car? Or if you will be riding on the roads and going grocery shopping or running errands, you may want to consider a heavy-duty model. Shoprider offers portable mobility scooters like Echo; Scootie; Dasher and Escape. Their mid-size scooter models include Sunrunner, Sprinter, Enduro.
Maximum User Weight Capacity
The weight capacity per Shoprider mobility scooters can range from 200 lbs to 500 lbs for the heavy-duty models. If you or your loved one weigh more than 300 lbs, you may want to consider a heavy-duty scooter when choosing your Shoprider model, to make sure they’re safe and comfortable. These mobility scooters are full-size, can accommodate a higher weight capacity users, offer better stability, and full suspension for outdoor use.
Buying a Shoprider mobility scooter is an investment. The price for the cheapest mobility scooter model Echo 3 is $599. Their popular model is considered Echo Folding which is four-wheeled with a price of $1,099. Shoprider's most expensive model is for Flagship recreational scooter, which costs $6,995.
With over 12 Shoprider mobility scooter models to choose from, you can find something that will suit your needs and budget. Use our comparison chart and list as a guide to decide on the specs and features you will need to help you make an informed buying decision when purchasing your Shoprider mobility scooter.
Indoor or Outdoor Use
Decide where the mobility scooter will be used and make sure to choose a model that can handle the terrain. If you are using it indoors, you may want to choose a three-wheel scooter such as an Echo 3 and Scottie, which have a tight turning radius of 32". It maneuvers around corners and has a lower turning radius. If the mobility scooter is for outdoor use, a four-wheel scooter is recommended since it can travel on roads and rough terrain. Larger wheels will also make the ride smoother.
Shoprider mobility scooters have a top speed between 3.75 mph to 7 mph. Speed may be a deciding factor for some consumers; however, for some seniors and adults, they may find that faster models may be uncomfortable and not safe for their everyday needs. Echo Folding has the slowest speed of only 3.75 mph and Flagship has the fastest top speed of 7 mph.
Drive Range Per Charge
Mobility scooters are required to be charged frequently to run and operate. The drive range number of miles you can travel on each charge varies from each model. When purchasing, take the driving range into consideration of how far you will be driving your mobility scooter regularly to make sure you choose a long enough range.