Chair is solid and heavy-duty frame construction. The cushions are nice and thick, very comfy and you can choose your color. Batteries are built into the side frames of the chair and are easily accessible, you can expand the seat width between armrests, and remove the quick-release rear wheels to lighten the chair for lifting, this allows me to load and unload from trunk without assistance. This chair has a high-capacity weight limit up to 395 lbs. I can put it in "free wheel" mode while sitting in chair (with longer arms) and also reach behind seat for lever to recline chair.
Overall performance = Impressive power and speed, comfortable, compact but yet solid and sturdy, long battery life (based on intermittent use of 3 weeks - waiting for nicer weather to test distance outside), joystick is user friendly, but will take practice to feel comfortable, speed in lowest setting seems a little fast until you get used to it. It handles my steep ramp, thresholds, severe sidewalk cracks, and 2" curbs very well. If you are a Below the Knee Amputee (like me), it is possible to attach a limb/stump support to the chair. It is not the ideal set-up for it, but it can be done.
Travel Buggy CITY 2 PLUS HD was the right choice for me!!
Indoor use can be challenging if you have limited space or smaller rooms and narrow hallways. It just takes patience to figure it out.
Learning Joystick and speed setting also takes patience and practice. It can be intimidating at first, but once you get the hang of it, all is good.
diana c. from menasha, wi
senior, live alone, limited mobility as a below the knee amputee