M1 Portal 4-Wheel Scooter by Metro Mobility
Metro Mobility's M1 Portal 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter offers a range of features which make it an ideal choice for someone with mobility needs. It has a maximum weight capacity of 265 pounds, so it will suit most users. The top speed is a respectable 4 miles per hour and it can travel up to 20 miles on a single charge. In short, this scooter represents an excellent combination of practicality and price.
Adjustable To Suit Your Needs
The M1 Portal 4-Wheel mobility scooter is a step above the rest. With its solid frame and design, this mobility scooter is built to last. It comes with standard features such as padded seat with flip up armrests, height adjustable swivel seat with fold down backrest, adjustable tiller, charger port on the tiller, a headlight and freewheel mode. Also included are LED battery gauge display and even a horn!
Easy Assembly & Disassembly
This Metro Mobility scooter disassembles into four easy-to-handle sections and has a folding tiller and removable seat, allowing it to fit easily into the trunk of a standard-size vehicle. The M1 Portal 4-Wheel mobility scooter is especially useful when you are going shopping or traveling on vacation. Each part is lightweight and this portable mobility scooter easily fits in the trunk of any standard size vehicle.
Easy To Use Control Panel
Metro Mobility M1 Portal Travel Scooter is perfect for using in the home or maneuvering in small spaces such as shopping malls, office buildings, or just riding around town. The durable design and innovative delta tiller make it easy to operate this scooter with just one hand. The battery life indicator lets you quickly gauge battery life and the variable speed dial allows you to set the speed at a comfortable level whether you are in a crowded area or our on the open road.
M1 Portal 4-Wheel Benefits & Features:
- Headlight and Brake light
- 8.5” Flat Free Tires
- 300 W High-Performance Motor
- Sturdy one-piece body frame
||15-20 miles per charge
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- Limited lifetime on the Frame
- 12 months on Electronics
- 6 months on the batteries. If you want to file a warranty claim on the batteries, you will need to have a valid load test reading showing that the batteries are faulty