Best electric scooter 2022: The best e-scooters you can buy in the UK (2023)

When it comes to choosing the best electric scooter for you, it's easy to think that they're all largely the same, but that's far from the truth. In terms of design, there are definitely similarities, but when you look at each model's specifications, you’ll notice significant variations in top speed, mileage, charge time, weight, maximum load and even features like water resistance and security.

Over the past 18 months, electric scooters have surged in popularity as people have looked for ways to avoid busy public transport during the pandemic. However, we must warn you that it is currently illegal to ride a privately owned electric scooter on UK roads, as explained in detail in our buying guide.

Below our at-a-glance list of the best electric scooters you can buy right now, you'll find our more detailed reviews of all our top picks. After that, there's a detailed buyer's guide, which should help to answer any questions you might have before purchasing your new electric scooter.

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Best electric scooters: At a glance

  • Best electric scooter: Pure Air
  • Best value for money: Xiaomi Pro 2
  • Best budget e-scooter: Pure Air Go
  • Best e-scooter with security features: Carrera impel is-2

The best electric scooters to buy

1. Pure Air: The best electric scooter

Price: £449 | Buy now from Pure Electric

If there's one electric scooter that we can't recommend highly enough, it's the Pure Air. After launching last year, Pure Electric made some much-needed tweaks to the second generation of this e-scooter, including a bigger 500W motor that provides better acceleration and sharper climbing ability from the get-go. With its IP65 water resistance, the scooter is built for British conditions and unpredictable weather. It also has a maximum load capacity of 120kg, which is 20kg higher than most other e-scooters on this list.

In terms of features, this year's version has app compatibility that lets you lock the motor if you need to leave your scooter unattended for a few minutes. Even though it doesn't have cruise control, this scooter is a dream to ride, mainly because of its 10in pneumatic puncture-resistant tyres that guarantee a smooth journey, regardless of what surface you're riding on.

Read our full Pure Air review for more details

Key specs – Range: 18.6 miles; Top speed: 15.5mph; E-scooter weight: 17kg; Maximum rider weight: 120kg; Charge time: 5hrs 30mins; Motor power: 500W

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2. Xiaomi Pro 2: The best-value electric scooter

Price: £499 | Buy now from Pure Electric

If there's one electric scooter brand name we trust it's Xiaomi. The company not only made one of the most popular e-scooters to date, the Xiaomi M365, but it has also continued to deliver spectacular results with the new generation of e-scooters - the 1S and our favourite model of the bunch - the Pro 2, which is essentially an upgrade of the discontinued Xiaomi M365 Pro. When it comes to build quality, price and features, you'll find that the Xiaomi Pro 2 is a hard electric scooter to beat.

It provides a great range of 28 miles per charge, meaning that you can go at least a few trips without charging the scooter, and its 14.2kg weight makes it much easier to carry than any of Pure Air's offerings. The 8.5in pneumatic tyres provide a firm grip on any surface and we love its cruise control feature, which lets you take your hand off the accelerator throttle from time to time. The only downside is that you cannot ride this e-scooter in wet weather and it only accommodates a maximum rider weight of 100kg, neither of which should be a problem for most people.

Read our full Xiaomi 1S review for more details

Key specs - Range: 28 miles; Top speed: 15.5mph; E-scooter weight: 14.2kg; Maximum rider weight: 100kg; Charge time: 8hrs 30mins; Motor power: 300W

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3. Pure Air Go: The best budget electric scooter

Price: £349 | Buy now from Pure Electric

Rarely will you find an electric scooter that costs around £350 that has features on par with models that cost twice as much. The Pure Air Go achieves just that. Coming from the same stable as the Pure Air and Pure Air Go, this new scooter that was launched for the first time this year has many of the same features you'll find in its sister models, including class-leading IP65 water resistance, the ability to accommodate a maximum weight of 120kg, and super-comfortable 10in puncture-resistant pneumatic tyres.

However, at this price, there needs to be some compromise and for the Pure Air Go this comes in the form of its motor wattage and battery. While its 350W doesn't feel lacking unless you've ridden a scooter with a larger 500W motor, the battery life can be an issue, especially if you ride it in its highest speed mode for a long time. That said, for this low price, you would always have to compromise on something and if you're only going to use it for short journeys and are happy to charge it regularly, then you'll find that it's well worth every penny.

Read our full Pure Air Go review for more details

Key specs – Range: 12.4 miles; Top speed: 15.5mph; E-scooter weight: 16kg; Maximum rider weight: 120kg; Charge time: 3hrs 30mins; Motor power: 350W

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4. Carrera impel is-2: The best e-scooter for security features

Price: £549 | Buy now from Halfords

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The Carrera impel is-2 keeps the chunky and sturdy aesthetic of its predecessor, which used to occupy this position on the list, but includes a bigger, 480Wh battery instead. That means its range is four miles longer, while the wheels have also been boosted to 10in from 8.5in and a new cruise control feature makes life easier for your thumb.

The Carrera impel is-2 performed well in our tests, even when going up tricky hills or over knotty tree roots. The brakes were effective, as were the LED lights, and the company's excellent security features– such as the electric alarm and cable lock– are still in place.

While the impel is-1 remains a decent and cheaper choice, there's a lot to recommend the Carrera impel is-2, especially if you'll be scooting over rough surfaces or need a longer range.

Read our full Carrera impel is-2 review for more details

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Key specs – Range: 22 miles; Top speed: 15.5mph; E-scooter weight: 19.6kg; Maximum rider weight: 120kg; Charge time: 4hrs; Motor power: 350W

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5. TurboAnt X7 Pro: The best electric scooter with a removable battery

Price: £447 | Buy now from TurboAnt

The TurboAnt X7 Pro is an excellent choice if you're new to the world of electric scooters: it's comparatively light while being solid, it looks great, the handlebar controls are easy to use and, most importantly, it's a smooth ride thanks to the 350W motor. It's reasonably quiet too.

However, it's the rare removable battery that makes it stand out from the crowd. It's a 36V, 10Ah affair that claims a range of a whopping 30 miles on flat roads in Comfort mode. In our tests, we found it lasted half that in Sport mode in a moderately hilly area, which is still comparable to its close rivals. The battery takes six hours to charge from empty to full.

Elsewhere, the TurboAnt X7 Pro's 10in pneumatic tyres take the sting out of bumpy surfaces (including, as you can see in the photo above, grass), while you can be confident that the brakes will halt a steep descent and that the bright LED lights will make you visible at night.

The TurboAnt X7 Pro is an impressive all-rounder, delivering everything you'd need from an electric scooter along with a handy removable battery. We'd have liked a bit more hill-climbing grunt, but that's nitpicking.

Read our full TurboAnt X7 Pro review for more details

Key specs – Range: 30 miles (in Comfort mode); Top speed: 20mph; E-scooter weight:14.6kg; Maximum rider weight: 125kg; Charge time: 6hrs; Motor power: 350W

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6. Pure Air Pro LR: The scooter with the longest range

Price: £749 | Buy now from Pure Electric

Pure Electric's third entry in our list is its most recent release. LR stands for "long-range", so it's good to see that the scooter lives up to its name delivering an incredible 37 miles on a single charge. All this comes at a price though and at £749, the scooter is one of the most expensive on our list. But it's well worth it, especially if you're the type of person who doesn't like charging your e-scooter often, or worrying about your battery running out mid-ride.

The Pure Air Pro LR retains many of Pure Air's market-leading features, including IP65 water resistance, a maximum rider weight of 120kg and comfortable 10in pneumatic tyres that offer a comfortable ride on almost any hard surface. However, the scooter has two distinguishing factors that separate it from its cousins. The Pure Air Pro LR has a maximum motor wattage of 700W, meaning you get better acceleration and climbing ability than all other Pure Air offerings, and it has an upgraded design with a new, sleek skateboard-like deck that we're huge fans of.

Read our full Pure Air Pro LR review for more details

Key specs – Range: 37.2 miles; Top speed: 15.5mph; E-scooter weight: 17.5kg; Maximum rider weight: 120kg; Charge time: 9hrs 30mins; Motor power: 500W

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7. Reid E4 Plus: The best scooter with solid rubber wheels

Price:£549 | Buy now from GO Outdoors

Most electric scooters these days come with solid rubber wheels. While these have obvious advantages like never having to worry about a puncture, we are apprehensive about wholeheartedly recommending them because they don't guarantee a comfortable ride compared to pneumatic tyres, like the ones on the Pure Air and Xiaomi range. Rubber wheels on the Ninebot Segway series, for example, have resulted in us feeling every bump when riding on even slightly uneven terrain.

The Reid E4 Plus is the first electric scooter with solid rubber wheels that we've found a true pleasure to ride, thanks to its brilliant 10in wheels with "in-cellular" tyres. These tyres have holes within the wheels that aim to absorb and negate any additional impact. We also loved its underdeck lights that pulsate different colours. Even though it's purely aesthetic, it's sure to catch the eye when you're riding at nighttime. The scooter also has one of the brightest headlights we've seen.

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Read our full Reid E4 Plus review for more details

Key specs - Range: 17 miles; Top speed: 15mph; E-scooter weight: 14kg; Maximum rider weight: 100kg; Charge time: 5hrs; Motor power: 350W

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How to choose the best electric scooter for you

Choosing an electric scooter isn’t as easy as you might think, and there are also some legal questions to consider before buying one. The following section should help you decide on what sort of electric scooter you’re looking for and whether you feel fully comfortable buying one. We'll start off with the laws surrounding electric scooters in the UK, US and Europe.

Are rental e-scooters legal in the UK?

The UK Department for Transport has legalised the use of rental electric scooters in specific UK cities, with more cities being added to the list every month. You can ride rental e-scooters on roads, cycle lanes and tracks – provided you have a UK provisional or full driving licence – but not on pavements. Vehicles are limited to 15.5mph and helmets are recommended but not mandatory. The government will monitor the use of rental e-scooters and their impact on the UK public transport space before considering whether or not to legalise private electric scooters on UK roads.

Are privately owned e-scooters legal in the UK?

Private electric scooters are classified as "personal light electric vehicles" in the UK, which means that you're only legally allowed to use them on private land with the landowner's permission. If you're caught riding one on roads or pavements, you could be fined and receive six points on your driving licence. This situation may be about to change, however, with the UK Government saying that expanding the legal use of e-scooters will be a priority in 2022. The Government set out the plans in the Queen's speech on 10 May 2022.

Are electric scooters legal in the US?

While private electric scooters are legal in most US states, rules tend to differ from state to state. While some states such as California have embraced them, making them a common sight on roads, other states have different legislations – including strict speed limits, helmets below a certain age or only street use – to ensure safety. Some states even require you to have a driving licence to ride an e-scooter.

Are electric scooters legal in Europe?

Just like with US states, different European countries have different e-scooter laws. While many European countries initially banned them, most countries have now softened their stance. They are now legal to ride in most European tourist hubs including France, Portugal, Germany and the Netherlands, but each of these countries has different laws regarding the use of helmets, maximum speed limit and so on.

Is there anything else I should know?

How fast and far do you want to go, and how often?

The main differences between electric scooters relate to how fast they can go, how far they can go and how often you’ll need to charge them. If you’re planning to use one for your commute, it’s worth considering the total mileage you need to cover daily, and how quickly you’d like to be travelling on it. Also, consider whether your electric scooter will be able to complete your commute in both directions without needing a recharge, which will save you the hassle of carrying its charger around all day.

How much should you spend?

Most of the good adult electric scooters cost around £400, but if you want longer mileage between charges, then you're looking at something nearer to the £600 mark. Generally speaking, you’ll see longer-lasting batteries, higher speeds and better mileage the more you're willing to spend. But if you’re planning on using your scooter for only an hour or two each day, you may be better off choosing a good affordable or mid-range unit instead.

Do you need a helmet when riding an electric scooter?

Electric scooters are relatively easy to carry and control but it's important to be safe while riding them. The use of helmets isn't mandatory when riding a rental e-scooter in the UK, but we always recommend wearing one. Even though electric scooters are really easy to control, it's better to be safe than sorry. There's no reason not to purchase a helmet because you can get one for as little as £20 from most reputableable online retailers.

Precautions to take before riding your electric scooter for the first time

Electric scooters are relatively easy to operate, but if you haven't ridden one before, their speed and manoeuvrability can take some getting used to. Before riding your electric scooter in any crowded space, we recommend getting a hang of it for about an hour in a secluded area. Apart from checking all its features (including if any are hidden within an accompanying app), pay careful attention to how much pressure you need to apply to the throttle to accelerate, and to the brakes when you need to slow down or halt. While riding, it's a good habit to always keep one hand on the brake, so you don't lose control of your electric scooter.

FAQs

What is the most reliable e scooter? ›

Most reliable electric scooters
Electric scooterUse casePrice
Ninebot MaxMost reliable commuter scooter$799
Hiboy Max3Most reliable budget electric scooter$479
Xiaomi M365 ProMost tested reliable scooter$550
EMove CruiserMost reliable waterproof electric scooter$1499
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How much does a good electric scooter cost? ›

The 6 Best Cheap Electric Scooters (We Tested Them All)
ScooterSuperpowerPrice
Gotrax XR EliteUnbeatable range per dollar$529
TurboAnt X7 ProSwappable battery$549
Gotrax G4Fastest and most feature packed$649
Xiaomi Mi M365Lightest and most well rounded$599
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Do police stop electric scooters? ›

In November 2021, the Met Police announced they would stop routinely seizing e-scooters (much to the chagrin of Northamptonshire MP Paul Bone). However, the Met Police were the only police force that had been taking any real action against e-scooter riders in the UK.

How long do electric scooters last? ›

Rental electric scooters have an average lifespan of 1-5 months. Privately-owned e-scooters with proper care and maintenance tend to last at least 2-3 years or longer.

Which electric scooter has highest range? ›

Top 5 electric scooters in India with the longest range
  • Simple One (Claimed range in ideal driving conditions - 236 km/charge, Real range - 203 km/single charge) ...
  • Ola S1 Pro (ARAI certified range - 181 km/charge) ...
  • Okinawa Okhi90 (ARAI certified range - 160 km/charge) ...
  • Okinawa iPraise+ (ARAI-certified range - 139 km/charge)
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What is the top speed of an e scooter? ›

Most electric scooters have top speeds of at least 15 mph / 25 kmh. A large number of them can go quite faster than that, with the fastest electric scooter today being able to reach speeds of 100 mph / 160 kmh.

Which is best petrol or electric scooter? ›

Electric scooters have a lot more torque, which further enhances their performance. Actually, both petrol and electric scooters are fast, but electric scooters have a much faster response time than petrol scooters. 3). Operational Range: Electric two-wheelers are ideal for those who need to cover short distances.

What is the cost of battery of electric scooter? ›

The replacement cost of a lead-acid battery is between Rs 12,000 and Rs 18,000. Taking the maximum value of the replacement, the annual running cost of the electric scooter becomes Rs 8,000 (including the electricity cost).

Do you need license to drive electric scooter? ›

The answer, on the whole, is no, you will not need a license to ride a scooter in the U.S. Many states classify electric scooters with electric bicycles, which do not require a driver's license to operate.

How many km can an e scooter go? ›

Take on longer Trips: long-Range e-Scooters can run to about 20-60km per charge.

Are electric scooters safe in the rain? ›

For your and your electric scooter's safety, avoid riding in the rain, especially when visibility is low or the rain is too cold. Even when your e-scooter model is rated as waterproof, don't attempt to ride in wet conditions. The best way to enjoy your trips is to ride safely always.

Can you kick an electric scooter? ›

Yes, when the scooter is turned off the motor is fully disengaged and the scooter can be safely ridden as a manual kick-push scooter. There is a slight drag due to the weight of the front motor but no braking that is engaged when the scooter is off or dead. Brakes will not engage if the brake handle is not squeezed.

Will electric scooters get cheaper? ›

Producing the lithium ion cells locally is expected to reduce battery prices by about 40 %, which when set against the overall price of the electric scooter, will result in a 25 % price cut.

Do electric bikes charge when you pedal? ›

Sometimes people ask whether our electric bikes will recharge while pedaling. Although it is conceivable that this could be done, because of the low 10% return on input, you would need to pedal 10km to give 1km charge. For this reason all our electric bikes simply plug into the wall to charge.

How long do eBike batteries last? ›

Generally speaking, a high-quality eBike battery can last anywhere from 2 – 5 years. Of course, that depends on a number of things including the type of battery itself and just how well you take care of it. The most common battery found in electric bikes nowadays is a lithium battery.

What's the fastest e-bike? ›

The Delfast Top 3.0 is regarded as fastest electric bike in the world. With a top speed of 50 mph (80 km/h), the Top 3.0 holds the title as the fastest production e-bike. This is the result of using a 3000 W electric motor, powered by a high-capacity battery.

Which scooter is best for long drive? ›

For long rides Honda Activa or Suzuki Access 125 or TVS Jupiter is suitable. They are more or less similar to each other in ride, handling,balance,stability and freedom from vibrations. But the speeds have to be in the range of about 60-75kmph.

Which company made scooter? ›

Scooter brands in production
Manufacturer / brandNationality
Wolf Brand ScootersUnited States
XingyueChina
YamahaJapan
YiyingChina
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Can police take my electric scooter UK? ›

If you're using an e-scooter in public in an antisocial manner, you can also risk the e-scooter being seized under section 59 of the Police Reform Act .

What happens if the police catch you on a scooter? ›

If caught riding an e-scooter, fines you may receive can include: a Fixed Penalty Notice for no insurance; with a £300 fine and six penalty points. a Fixed Penalty Notice for no driving licence, up to £100 fine and three-six penalty points.

What happens if an electric scooter hits your car? ›

If the scooter hits a car or the rider accidentally drives into a vehicle, the rider is liable for damages. This is the same as if the scooter rider was driving a car, as they would be liable in that situation as well.

Why does my electric scooter battery keep dying? ›

Surprisingly, dead batteries are a common issue with electric scooters. This can be a result of a defective battery, improper charging, extremely cold temperature, or a slowly degrading battery capacity. Take note that a dead battery is different from a low battery.

How do I extend the battery life on my electric scooter? ›

7 Tips on How to Increase Your Electric Scooter's Battery Life
  1. Calculate your average range. ...
  2. Don't drain the battery. ...
  3. Use the right charger for your scooter model. ...
  4. Travel in an Eco style. ...
  5. Charge the scooter as often as possible. ...
  6. Don't overcharge it. ...
  7. Store it in the right conditions.
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How long will a scooter last? ›

A scooter can certainly last 10 years, but it will really depend on how the scooter is used, stored, and maintained. If you average 2,000 miles a year for that 10 years, your scooter would just be at that threshold of possibly being a high mileage scooter.

Which scooter should I buy in 2021? ›

Here's a compiled list of top scooters in India to buy in 2021 and how you can get your new scooter insured.
  • Honda Activa- There's no doubt of Honda Activa being a household name. ...
  • Suzuki Access. ...
  • TVS Ntorq 125. ...
  • TVS Jupiter. ...
  • Honda Grazia. ...
  • Yamaha Fascino. ...
  • Aprilla SR 150. ...
  • Honda Dio.

What is the fastest e-scooter? ›

The 6 Fastest Electric Scooter that you can buy in 2022
NameSpeedDistance
Dualtron X2 Electric Scooter59 mph93 miles
Wolf Warrior GT Pro51 mph79 miles
Zero 10X/Turbowheel Lightning40 mph70 miles
Dualtron Thunder 260 mph107 miles
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Do police stop electric scooters? ›

In November 2021, the Met Police announced they would stop routinely seizing e-scooters (much to the chagrin of Northamptonshire MP Paul Bone). However, the Met Police were the only police force that had been taking any real action against e-scooter riders in the UK.

Which scooter is best for long drive? ›

For long rides Honda Activa or Suzuki Access 125 or TVS Jupiter is suitable. They are more or less similar to each other in ride, handling,balance,stability and freedom from vibrations. But the speeds have to be in the range of about 60-75kmph.

Which is best petrol or electric scooter? ›

Electric scooters have a lot more torque, which further enhances their performance. Actually, both petrol and electric scooters are fast, but electric scooters have a much faster response time than petrol scooters. 3). Operational Range: Electric two-wheelers are ideal for those who need to cover short distances.

Which company made scooter? ›

Scooter brands in production
Manufacturer / brandNationality
Wolf Brand ScootersUnited States
XingyueChina
YamahaJapan
YiyingChina
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What should I look for in a scooter? ›

Nine things to look for when buying a used scooter
  • Does it have a clean and clear title? If the answer is no, you should brace yourself for some headaches. ...
  • Does it run? ...
  • How long has it been sitting? ...
  • Are parts still available for it? ...
  • Are there keys for it? ...
  • Does it actually run? ...
  • How do the tires look? ...
  • How are the brakes?
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Which scooter is best for hills? ›

Best Scooters above 150cc for Bad Roads and Hilly Areas
BrandModelAverage Mileage
VespaSXL 15035 km/liter
ApriliaSXR 16035 km/liter
HondaActiva 12547 km/liter
VespaVXL 15045 km/liter

What scooter goes 80 mph? ›

The Rion 2RE70 Thrust currently holds the title as the fastest electric scooter in the world by a sizeable margin. It can go at least 80 MPH (more, depending on rider weight, battery charge, terrain, etc.)

How fast can a 500 watt electric scooter go? ›

A 500-watt electric scooter has a top speed of 16 mph to 20 mph with an average speed of 18 mph.

How long do electric scooters last? ›

Rental electric scooters have an average lifespan of 1-5 months. Privately-owned e-scooters with proper care and maintenance tend to last at least 2-3 years or longer.

Can police take my electric scooter UK? ›

If you're using an e-scooter in public in an antisocial manner, you can also risk the e-scooter being seized under section 59 of the Police Reform Act .

What happens if the police catch you on a scooter? ›

If caught riding an e-scooter, fines you may receive can include: a Fixed Penalty Notice for no insurance; with a £300 fine and six penalty points. a Fixed Penalty Notice for no driving licence, up to £100 fine and three-six penalty points.

What happens if an electric scooter hits your car? ›

If the scooter hits a car or the rider accidentally drives into a vehicle, the rider is liable for damages. This is the same as if the scooter rider was driving a car, as they would be liable in that situation as well.

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