Highest weight capacity of any scooter manufactured by Pride Mobility.
MAXIMA 3 is a Cadillac amongst scooters!
Weight capacity, quiet, comfortable seat. Good speed.
No weaknesses related to this product. Only with getting it into my truck.
gary c. from irwin, pa
63 year old Male. Super Obese. Knee joint issues.
A comfortable scooter that is easy to handle.
Comfortable, easy to handle, easy to charge, and good for big and tall individuals.
The seat should go back a little further for tall people. It needs a place for a cane.
faith b. from las cruces, nm
Fifty eight year-old with debilitating arthritis (AS and DISH).
It will improve your life
Power, turning radius
Get rid of the mirror, I took it off 1st thing, it's useless. And include a faster charger
louie g. from concord, nc
The ideal solution for a heavy person with limited mobility.
My wife uses this for clinic visits. We needed the higher weight rating and the extra-wide seat, for her it is a perfect fit and is easy to get in and out of. It has plenty of power to get up our driveway, which may be slightly steeper than what it is rated. The more she practices, we are impressed with it's maneuverability.
The only real weakness is the solid rubber wheels. Easier to maintain, but as others have noted, you feel the cracks in the sidewalks. Pneumatic tires perhaps would make the ride a bit smoother.
gregory t. from tsaile, az (caregiver)
User is 400 pounds with limited mobility. Uses a walker or wheelchair most of the time, but can walk unaided short distances.
very eay to use and works very well
Turning radius is small enough for the average size home. Recharge seems to be very quick and easy. Very comfortable LARGE seat.
Have not found ant weaknesses yet.
michael a. from broken arrow, ok
He is an old fat guy with bad knees. Making it very easy for him to get around in his home. I love it!!!
Great and dependable product .
Ease of use and durability.
johnny ray p. from san antonio, tx
I'm a 64 year old man. I've been unable to walk since 1991 due to Post Polio Syndrome.
I loved the Maxima I bought in 2007 so I bought the new...
The Maxima is durable and dependable transportation.
The turning radius may be a setback for some people. It doesn't stop me from riding the light rail train. Follow the instructions that came with the charger and charge those batteries when you get home.
larry s. from denver, co
62 year old with Post-Polio Syndrome
Greatest chair ever
Hard to get in and out of because of the short floor board.
alma a. from santa barbara, ca
It is a great scooter but has it's faults for certain illness. I can't bend my knees much therefore my feet hang over the front of the floor board.
Well built, improvements made over older versions.
Able to lift scooter without body parts coming off. Important when lifted into vans or for airplane travel situations.
Distance between seat and steering pedestal is average. It could allow for more distance for ease of getting on/off the scooter.
steve s. from yakima, wa
Bad knees, very limited mobility
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jeff b. from knoxville, tn
68 year old male after back surgery that is overweight. It will be used at work.
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anthony p. from henderson, nv
Great product, great ride, easy to use
Well made, easy to use, very comfortable. Pride Maxima comes apart for hauling and very easy to do with no tools, 95% of the scooters do not do that. Big selling point for your heavier scooters.
The small wheels in the front to keep it from tipping over side to side is over kill. it will sometime catch if not riding a a flat surface I do not feel theses wheels are needed, more of a hazard than a help. this is a easy fix they can be taken off
duane g. from monroeville, pa
I have very bad knees and when i was in Disney World I rented a Pride Maxima and was very impressed how it performed. I ran it all day and night.