Pride Revo 2.0 Mobility Scooter 4 Wheel
Starting At $1,839
Pride Revo 2.0 Mobility Scooter 4 Wheel
Experience the Revo 2.0, a new class of scooter that combines an array of features into one great package. Tough and built to last, the Revo 2.0 offers rugged dependability you expect from luxury mid-size scooters. Comfort-Trac Suspension (CTS) ensures a smooth and comfortable ride over varied terrain. Experience convenient, feather-touch disassembly for portability that is comparable to our Travel Mobility line. Enjoy standard under seat storage and speeds up to 5 mph. Ride on with the Revo 2.0!
*Pride FDA Class II Medical Devices are Designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments
- Cane/crutch holder (single, double)
- Cup holder
- Forearm crutch holder
- 50”, 60”, 70” Lap belt
- Oxygen tank holder
- Quad cane holder
- Rear basket
- Rearview mirror
- Safety flag
- Walker holder
- Weather cover
- Wishbone crutch holder
- Comfort-Trac front and rear suspension
- Durable and stylish rear bumper
- Easily accessible tie down points (for transport of unoccupied scooter)
- Easily adjustable tiller
- Easily charge the batteries on or off the unit
- Pride’s exclusive black, flat-free, non-scuffing tires
- Seat designed for extreme comfort
- Standard front basket
- Standard under seat storage
- Ultra heavy-duty drivetrain with 70 amp controller
- User-friendly console
- USB mobile device charging port
|Model||Revo 2.0 4-Wheel|
|Weight Capacity||400 lbs.|
|Maximum Speed||5 mph|
|Under Deck Clearance||3.5” at side deck|
|Ground Clearance||1.25” at transaxle|
|Seat-to-Ground Height||23.5” highest position;
21” lowest position
|Front Tires||3” x 9”|
|Rear Tires||3” x 9”|
|Suspension||Front and rear|
|Range Per Charge||Up to 13 miles|
|57 lbs. (front section)|
|Standard Seating||Dimensions: Width: 20”
|Drive System||PG S-Drive MK2|
|Dual Braking System||Regenerative and electro-mechanical|
|Battery Requirements||(2) U1 batteries; 24 lbs. each|
|Battery Charger||3.5 amp|
General Frequently Asked Questions about Used Mobility Scooters
Are you looking to stay within budget and purchase a used mobility scooter for you or a loved one? Marc’s Mobility has put together a list of common questions related to used mobility scooters. Take a look to see if we’ve answered some of the questions you might have.
Q: How and where to sell used mobility scooters?
A: You can sell used mobility scooters by posting an online ad or social media listing. There are some online sites that will charge a slight fee for listing the product or item on their website for a certain period of time.
Q: Where to buy used mobility scooters?
A: You can buy used mobility scooters from several trusted resale online sites that will carry some of the most popular mobility device brands. You can check out Marc’s Mobility, Goodwill Home Medical Equipment, CareCure Community, eBay, and various other sites that sell used or donated mobility scooters as well. At Marc’s Mobility, we are committed to doing a price match on almost any product to ensure that you are receiving the best possible price for a new or used mobility scooter. We also provide free shipping on products.
Q: Where to sell used mobility scooters?
A: There are several websites that you can contact to see if you can sell your used mobility scooter. One particular website where you can sell your used scooters is buysellwheelchairs.com. Another option is IMED Mobility, one of the leading mobility dealers in the U.S., that helps sell your used electric wheelchair. Their “Accessible Vehicle and Mobility Lift Purchase Program” allows them to purchase your used motorized mobility power wheelchairs. When you are selling an item, many sites will ask you to send 2-3 hi-res images of the product you wish to sell. If there’s any damage, that should also be made visible or disclosed. Places will often pay more if it is in “like new” condition and if the battery life is 50 percent or more.
Q: What are some things I need to check through before selling my used mobility scooter?
A: Before selling, it’s a good idea to see if your used mobility scooter came with an instruction manual or any other additional documents. You should also check to make sure the mobility scooter is in fairly good condition, with minimal wear and tear. The value may depreciate depending on the make and model and year of the scooter, as well as the condition it is in or missing accessories or parts. Your mobility scooter should be intact and in good condition.
Q: Where to buy used mobility scooter ramps?
You can purchase used mobility scooter ramps here at Marc’s Mobility or other sites, but remember that we’re offering price match on-ramps too. These access ramps provide safety and assurance for helping a user be unloaded or offloaded from a vehicle with ease.
Q: Where to sell used mobility parts?
You can sell used mobility parts at trusted online websites or you can visit a store that sells used parts. Open Box Medical Supply, one of the largest medical equipment suppliers in California, offers a program where you can sell your equipment. They purchase medical equipment from Medical Supply houses and people who have medical equipment for sale. This includes lift chairs, patient lifts, power chairs, manual wheelchairs, and other new and used medical equipment. Open Box will give people the best price for their used medical equipment based on the current market value of your used item.