Embrace your potential! The Victory® 10.2 is fully loaded with style and advanced features, including frosted LED headlights and an integrated storage space with cup holder. Drive at speeds up to 5.2 mph and see what life has in store for you!
FDA Class II Medical Device*
The standard trim package makes the Victory® 10.2 3-Wheel mobility scooter stand out in a sea of midsize scooters.
From tiller to bumper, we at Pride Mobility built-in tasteful features to help you carry more, see more and do more.
For starters, a trio of brilliant LED headlights lead you and your Victory 10.2 and make you more visible to other traffic. The lower adjustable path light shines directly on the road ahead while the upper lights cast light all around. All of that, plus an onboard puddle light just below the tiller, make the Victory 10.2’s lighting package feel like it belongs on a luxury car rather than a mobility scooter. And we’re just getting started.
The large front basket keeps your belongings or shopping bags right in front of you. Meanwhile, a smaller hideaway storage compartment and molded cup holder on the inside of the tiller keep valuables and smaller items out of sight. Few mobility scooters on the market today come with so much easy-access storage.
The Victory 10.2 3-Wheel has the power to cover up to 13 miles on a single charge. With speeds up to 5.2 mph and a weight capacity of 400 pounds, plus a convenient charging port for your smartphone, you can head out at dawn with enough power to get you to dusk.
Cat owners beware of a phenomenon that comes with your newfound independence. It happens when your days become so full and long, that your felines begin to wonder whether you’re coming home at all.
Don’t worry. They get used to it after you’ve had a few fun weekends with the grandkids, a couple of dinner dates with pals, and some late nights at the movies.
Want to learn how to keep your Victory 10.2 3-wheel looking sharp? Read more here.
*Pride® FDA Class II Medical Devices are designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments