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The top electric scooter brands

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Electric scooters have taken over city streets, and can be found zooming around nearly everywhere. Whether it's a rentable scooter you can ride to your friend's house or your very own scooter you use to commute from work, electric scooters are becoming increasingly viable transportation options for people of all ages.

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What are the top electric scooter brands?

Let's take a look at which electric scooter brands are best, so you can find the one that's best.

Gotrax scooter

A Gotrax scooter comes with tons of great features that make it one of the best choices on the market. For example, the best-selling Gotrax G4 electric scooter tops out at 20 miles per hour, goes up to 25 miles per charge, has a 10-inch shock-absorbing tires, and comes with one-touch folding capability. It's made for commuting, and its great battery life can handle a number of distances. The G4 scooter goes for $649.

Xiaomi electric scooter

A Xiaomi electric scooter is another high-quality option, with the 4 Pro model being among the best. It has a whopping 34-mile range per charge, and a 700W max power. A magnetic charging port and lid makes it easy to plug in, and the aerospace grade aluminum alloy frame means it's durable. At $799, it is a pretty penny, but it's sure to take you anywhere you want to go.

Apollo scooter

Apollo offers tons of great electric scooters that can travel far and wide. Although one of the pricier options on this list at $1,799, the Apollo Ghost is a top-of-the-line choice. It tops out at an incredible 34 miles per hour, and can travel up to 39 miles in eco mode. There's a regular brake or hydraulic brake option, so you can make this scooter your own.

Razor electric scooter

Razor is one of the original scooter companies, so it makes sense their electric scooters would be among the best. The Sonic Glow electric scooter is one of the more fun options on this list, and at $249 it's one of the more affordable too. It's made for ages 8 and up, and features a colorful array of lights both on the handlebars and the scooter itself. You can also pair it with the built-in Bluetooth speaker to keep the music going all day long.

Dualtron scooter

Dualtron electric scooters come in at the very top of the price range, but that's because they're made to last. The Dualtron Victor is a well-reviewed option, although it does cost $2,995. That said, it can travel up to 62 miles, reach speeds of 45 miles per hour, and can climb grades of 43%. This scooter is for serious riders only, but the quality you get from a Dualtron scooter is immense.

Bugatti electric scooter

When you hear Bugatti, you might think of the ultra-luxury car brand, but it turns out they also make electric scooters as well. At $1,200 it's certainly expensive, but when you buy from a name like Bugatti you have to pay a premium.

There are three different modes depending on which speed you want to reach, and its dual-braking system ensures you're always safe. It also comes in four different colors, so you can pick the perfect one to match your style.

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Justin Smith

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Justin Smith has written about everything from stock market investing to electric vehicles, most recently for SuperMoney, Mulberry and EverLaw. Apart from optimizing the latest blog content and hunting for the perfect keywords, he also enjoys going on long runs.

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