- FREE GIFT PACK— cup holder, safety flag & weather cover! Exp: 7.1.16
- Upgraded electronics and comfortable seat
- Durable one piece frame construction and solid tires
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Durable one piece frame construction and solid tires.
- Front anti-tip wheels and enhanced rear suspension.
- Maximum Speed of 5.25MPH.
- Whisper-quiet ultra-heavy-duty drive train.
- Standard seat size of 22" wide.
- Disassembles into 7 pieces for transport.
- Turning radius of 65".
Pride Maxima 4-Wheel
ralph b. from gonzales, la
Iam 64 and been disabled for 22 years now. I have very little use of my legs due to nerve damage from 5 back surgeries
Reviewed on 10/29/2016
clifton s. from roanoke, tx
62 year male with mobility disability
Need more leg room.
Reviewed on 03/17/2016
jerome b. from kissimee, fl
74, overweight, trouble walking and with balance.
Comfort and ease of use
Suspension and lack of speed
Reviewed on 10/30/2015
thomas g. from ft worth, tx
I am a 69 year old male with a bad left knee and use my Maxima when I need to walk in stores and other places.
I like the fact that I can control the speed with the turn of a knob and it easy to use.
The only thing that I see is that it has hard plastic wheels, so on rough ground it is hard to go very fast; I have to take it slow. I would recommend the tube rubber tires instead.
Reviewed on 10/01/2015
jacqueline f. from la crosse, wi
62 years old, I have very bad knees and can only stand for 3 minutes tops, need to sit down then before I fall down.
I love the four wheels, the color, the way it handles on the lawn, street etc.
It is a month old. I was able to use it twice. The thing is sitting in pieces in my garage, technician looked at it and found the controller was out of it. Will be fixed as soon as he gets the part from Pride(who knows how long that will take). I would say for a new product, it is made very poorly.
Reviewed on 06/11/2015
jody k. from milbank, sd
I am Jody Kibbe. I'm 70 years of age with severe Arthritis and Edema.
Wish there was button on the Maxima so that when you go over heavy bumps, like railroad tracks, it doesn't go into neutral and you have to hit a reset button restart it. On my other scooters, this was under the seat and I was unable to get to it.
Reviewed on 05/30/2015
thomas s. from menasha, wi
62 year old male with limited mobility. Has difficulty walking more than 100 yards without stopping for rest.
Well built and sturdy scooter. Have not tested the range limit yet (12 miles?) but so far (30 days) have been pleased with the ease of operation.
White glove delivery was a joke. Man assembled scooter, but never connected the batteries. Had to have separate service man called to complete assembly and charge batteries several days later.
Reviewed on 10/09/2014
jerry f. from onondaga, mi
Both knees are very bad.
The scooter seems ok, but have not used it enough to really decide.
The seat is to low need to drill more holes to make it higher. I am a tall person.
Reviewed on 09/29/2014
jose miguel robles v. from lancaster, ca
I would like it built with strong tires
Reviewed on 08/28/2014
denny k. from mchenry, il
I am a 71 year old male with a T-5 spinal cord injury which left me a paraplegic.
Wish it was 4 wheel drive.
Reviewed on 07/26/2014