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Enjoy worry-free travel with the Go-Go® Ultra X, an ultra-compact scooter that is simple to disassemble. Ride in comfort and style with the foldable swivel seat and keep your personal items handy with the front basket.


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Go-Go® Ultra X 4-Wheel

FDA Class II Medical Device*


For a classic, no-frills power mobility scooter, turn to the Go-Go® Ultra X 4-wheel for great quality, portability and the best bang for your buck! This is your scooter!

It is equipped with Pride Mobility’s exclusive one-hand, feather-touch disassembly for ease of transport without the use of a vehicle lift. The Go-Go Ultra X has a modest size front basket to store all of your goodies while out shopping and features solid non-marking black tires, providing a smooth and comfortable ride. A 17”x 17” compact foldable swivel seat helps you get on and off your Go-Go Ultra X 4-wheel portable scooter.

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The easy-to-use console features a turn dial speed control, horn, on/off key switch and LED battery meter. This mobility scooter drives at maximum speeds up to 4 mph and offers a range per charge of 7.2 miles. The Go-Go Ultra X 4-wheel makes all your trips easy and carefree!

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   Go-Go® Ultra X 4-Wheel Features:

  • 260 lbs. weight capacity
  • Up to 4 mph maximum speed
  • 44" turning radius
  • Up to 7.2 miles per charge
  • Compact, foldable seat with armrests
  • Easy-to-grip tiller adjustment knob
  • Feather-touch disassembly easily disassembles into 5 lightweight pieces for transport and storage
  • Pride’s exclusive black, non-scuffing tires
  • Stable, front frame-mounted seat post
  • A standard front basket provides storage
  • Off-board dual voltage charger can easily charge battery pack on-board or off-board
  • K0899 – power mobility device, not coded by DME PDAC or does not meet criteria

  • *Pride® FDA Class II Medical Devices are designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments