Pride Mobility Launches Baja Raptor 2 4-Wheel Scooter

Pride Mobility has introduced the Baja Raptor 2 4-Wheel, a scooter designed for high performance, whether conquering rugged terrain or taking on longer urban treks.

Red Baja Raptor 2 4-Wheel outdoors with hills in the background.

Officially launched on July 31, the Baja Raptor 2 4-Wheel boasts a full suspension, 16-inch wheels, memory-foam seat, a 13-mph top speed, underseat storage, and a weight capacity of 400 lbs.

The Baja Raptor 2 4-Wheel uses two 12-volt, deep-cycle batteries (75 Ah standard). It has an estimated rate per charge of up to 15.1 miles at low speed (with 400-lb. weight capacity) or up to 21.2 miles at low speed with a 200-lb. weight.

It’s available in Candy Apple Red, True Blue, or Black with color inserts (Candy Apple Red, True Blue, Evolution Orange, Green Machine, Lemon Crush, Pink Topaz, Matte Black).

Accessories include single or double cane/crutch holder, forearm crutch holder, walker holder, cell phone holder, oxygen tank holder, cup holder, saddle bag, lap belt, weather cover, rear basket, and military service patches.

The Baja Raptor 2 4-Wheel is a member of the Baja family that includes the Baja Wrangler 2 and Baja Raptor 2 3-Wheel vehicles.

The Baja Raptor 2 4-Wheel is not HCPCS coded and is listed as a “non-medical device,” according to Pride Mobility literature.


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