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Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter: Price, design, features, user reviews

Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter: Price, design, features, user reviews
(Image credit: Pride Mobility)

The Pride Mobility ZT10 was released last year, and has quickly found praise for its higher maximum user weight of 400lbs, which is significantly more than the 300lb average supported by similar power vehicles. This makes it the best mobility scooter for users with a heavier body weight, and it has additional attractive features too. These include a tight turning radius, making the Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter suitable for use indoors and out, plus front and rear LED lights for enhanced visibility.

Pride Mobility is well received by its customers, and is the manufacturer behind the hugely popular Jazzy Range. It makes a wide range of mobility products including lift chairs and power chairs, so you're in good hands with the Pride Mobility ZT10 scooter. While it's priced higher than other scooters, the exceptional build quality and technology are both top-rated by existing customers. And don't forget that if you have health insurance, some of the cost could be covered under Medicare Part B (as durable medical equipment).

Here we look at the Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter's price, design and features, as well as reviews from existing customers, to help you figure out whether it's a product you'd like to explore more and potentially purchase. There are alternative models to consider (we'll mention these below where relevant), and we have also produced a guide to the best electric wheelchairs if you are unsure which mobility product best suits your needs.

For empowered living at home, you may also want to read our guides to the best walk-in tubs and the best stairlifts, both aimed at a range of budgets.

Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter: Overview

The Pride Mobility ZT10 has the power of a three-wheel turning radius with the stability of a four-wheel scooter. It uses an innovation called iTurn technology, which is similar to the turning technology found in riding lawn mowers. That means the ZT10 can quickly pivot for better turning in very tight spots, enabling you to better navigate hallways and doorways with ease.

Thanks to its four durable wheels and rugged body, the ZT10 should also have no issue tackle more challenging terrain, making it ideal for exploring off the beaten track. In some respects this makes it a good candidate for users who enjoy traveling, though there are lighter travel scooters available for this very reason. Take a look at our in-depth guide to the EV Rider Transport AF+ Scooter  for travel use.

The Pride Mobility ZT10 power scooter, shown in Pearl White with a folding seat covered in black vinyl

(Image credit: Pride Mobility)

Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter: Cost and availability

The Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter is widely available from a range of major online retailers as well as in store. Pride Mobility doesn't include an RRP or list price for the ZT10 on its website, so unsurprisingly the prices do vary between retailers. The average price we've seen it selling for is $2,599.99, so we wouldn't recommend paying above this price. 

Unlike other popular scooters, the Pride Mobility ZT10 is mostly sold on specialist mobility websites, though it is available on Amazon US too for $2,599.99. Pride Mobility also has a list of authorized dealers on its website, and will show you the nearest one to you (within a 1-30 mile radius) if you're prefer to shop in-person for the ZT10 instead. 

Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter: Spec

  • Weight without batteries: 181.8lbs
  • Overall length: 48 inches
  • Overall width: 24.25 inches
  • Ground clearance: 2 inches at motor
  • Max user weight: 400lbs
  • Seat type: folding
  • Seat width: 18 inches
  • Seat depth: 17 inches
  • Battery type: 2 x 40Ah
  • Turning radius: 43 inches
  • Driving range: Up to 24 miles per charge
  • Obstacle climb: 3 inches
  • Maximum speed: 7mph
  • Suspension: Front and rear
  • Breaking system: Regenerative and electromechanical

Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter: Design

The Pride Mobility ZT10 is designed to be durable, easy to maintain, and comfortable to ride during longer journeys, accommodating users weighing up to 400lbs. According to Pride Mobility the ZT10 has a top speed of 7mph, and can drive for up to 24 miles when used by a person who weighs 200lbs or under, or up to 18 miles when used by a person who weighs 400lbs or under.

The folding seat is covered in wipe clean black vinyl, and measures 18 inches wide by 17 inches long. It's sturdy too, weighing 30lbs on its own, and can be adjusted to sit 18-20 inches from the deck. The Pride Mobility ZT10 comes in matte Ocean Blue, Candy Apple Red, and Pearl White, and is an FAD Class II Medical Device.

There’s a USB charger built-in so that you can keep your phone or other compatible device charged up, as well as an integrated cup holder. There’s also a large front basket that provides plenty of room for all your personal items, or for shopping and essential groceries.

The Pride Mobility ZT10 power scooter in the Pearl White color, with durable black wheels and a hard-wearing black basket fitted at the front for groceries and essentials

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Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter: Features

As mentioned earlier, Pride Mobility's innovative iTurn turning technology is a major selling point with the ZT10 scooter, as pivoting around the rear wheel enables it to turn in even the tightest of spaces, such as in an elevator. 

Dual-motors and a two-wheel drive should offer superior traction on rugged terrain too, while three-speed controls enable you to adjust your speed when moving from indoor to outdoor driving. Speaking of which, the Pride Mobility ZT10 also sports full LED front and rear lights, making it safe to drive in dimly lit areas, as well as in the evenings.

Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter: User reviews

The ZT10 currently has one user review on Amazon US, rated 5 out of 5 stars, but there are significantly more existing customer reviews to be found on other websites. On SpinLife, for example, it has eight user reviews with an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars. 

One customer commented on how, 'The fact that it turns in so little space is superior.' Before adding that, 'It does not have a back up beeping feature,' to make people around you aware that you are reversing. 

A five-star review explained that, 'I brought this unit for my father. It has restored his mobility and quality of life. He loves the speed, the battery life and the turn radius.' 

MobilityScootersDirect has two 5-star user reviews praising the Pride Mobility ZT10, with one sharing how, 'It fits perfectly in our van and is just the scooter my wife needed. We drove to the Oregon coast today and she was able to be out in the sun and enjoy the ocean.' 

The second user review simply said: 'You get what you pay for. This is the best scooter I have owned. Do not buy a cheap scooter and expect the world from it.'

Should you buy the Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter?

If you’re after a power scooter with a sleek and contemporary design that is designed to be driven indoors as well as outside, the top-rated Pride Mobility ZT10 is definitely worth considering. Apart from its heavier weight, there’s almost nothing to complain about with this model here, and plenty of features to feel excited about.

From the higher maximum user weight top to the superior maneuverability, the ZT10 would suit a wide range of people. The sticking point for many will be the higher price tag, compared to more affordable scooters, and the cost of replacing batteries long-term.  

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Kathryn Rosenberg

Kathryn is a freelance health and wellness writer who is passionate about the mind-body connection, the role of food as medicine, and exploring how we can live in more sustainable and humane ways. A lover of the natural world, she’s at her happiest when walking the beach, staring out at the ocean, or sat amongst lakes and mountains.