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Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel: Price, design, features, user reviews

Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel: Price, design, features, user reviews
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The Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel is hard to beat when it comes to price versus ease of use making it one of the best mobility scooters for people who have smaller budgets and who want a fuss-free vehicle. It’s lightweight at 92lbs, yet offers an impressive 8-degree incline that outperforms more expensive motorized scooters.

While it may be one of the cheapest models on the market, the Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel motorized scooter has some useful features. For example, it's designed to be easy to maneuver in tight spaces, making it an contender for use in certain indoor situations, such as in shopping malls, as well as outdoors. Yes you can buy more rugged scooters, but they are often twice the price. 

Here we look at the Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel in terms of price, design, features, and user reviews to help you get a better understanding of the product. We'll also suggest alternative motorized scooters where appropriate, and, depending on your mobility requirements, we also have a guide to the best electric wheelchairs

And if you're looking for ways to boost your mobility around the home outside of a scooter, also take a look at our guides to the best stairlifts at a range of budgets, as well as the best walk-in tubs for easier bathing. 

Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel: Overview

The Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel mobility scooter won't win any awards for style, and it certainly doesn't offer the same level of features and technology you'll find on premium models such as the Pride Mobility ZT10 Power Scooter, but it will get you from A to B without charging you a small fortune.

Compared to similar scooters, the Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel has an advanced incline range, and great maneuverability. Considering it's a three-wheel design, existing users also praise how sturdy it is, especially when used to cross slightly more uneven terrain outdoors. 

Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel: Spec

  • Weight without batteries: 92lbs
  • Overall length: 37 inches
  • Overall width: 19.5 inches
  • Ground clearance: 2.5 inches
  • Max user weight: 275lbs
  • Seat type: Height adjustable
  • Seat width: 17 inches
  • Battery type: 12AH
  • Brake system: Electromagnetic
  • Climbing angle: 8 degrees
  • Turning radius: 32.75 inches
  • Driving range: 6.3 miles
  • Maximum speed: 4mph

The Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel Mobility Scooter shown in black with red trim, and with a black plastic storage basket at the front for essentials and groceries

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Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel: Design

Designed to be lightweight, the Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel breaks down into five parts, with the heaviest piece weighing 27.5lbs. This makes it easy to pack the scooter into the trunk of your car, then reassemble quickly when you get to your destination.

The three-wheel design makes it easy to navigate in and out of tight spaces with a turning radius of 32.75 inches, and it has a ground clearance of 2.5 inches. The Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel scooter is also equipped with an attractive, fully-padded adjustable faux-leather seat, so you should find it comfy during longer trips. Oh, and those padded armrests flip up to make getting on and off the scooter a little easier, or to help you enjoy a greater range of upper body freedom when you're sitting in it. 

There are two drawbacks to the design, with the first being the limited legroom. This is unlikely to be an issue for some, but if you’re tall with long legs, you may find it doesn’t give you the space you need to feel comfortable. In that case, we'd recommend reading our in-depth guide to the EV Rider Transport AF+ Scooter, which has more legroom. 

The second drawback is the lack of suspension. For a travel mobility scooter with full suspension, read out guide to the EV Rider Xpress 4-Wheel Scooter.

Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel: Features

While the 6.3-mile driving range is short than other what is offered by other scooters, the 8-degree maximum incline more than makes up for it. This means that unlike a lot of the more expensive models, the Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel power scooter can easily navigate steeper hills and ramps. 

The top speed is 4mph, and Pride has designed it with simple to use forward and reverse controls. We also like how it has flat-free tires, there to give you greater peace of mind in the long-run. The inclusion of a free cup holder and saddlebag (worth $55) is also a nice touch, and can help you take more belongings on your journey.

The Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel has a 275lb weight capacity, which is about average. For a scooter with a higher maximum capacity user weight, read our guide to the Drive Medical Phoenix HD 4-Wheel Scooter, which supports users who weigh up to 350lbs.

The one safety feature that's missing is a headlight, or any form of light, so unless you're happy to fit your own, this scooter isn't suitable for use in dimly light environments or for use after dark.

Pride Travel Pro 3-Wheel Scooter shown in black with red board, and a free silver travel cup sat in the cup holder

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Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel: User reviews

The Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel is sold at major online retail stores as well as by specialist mobility vehicle retailers, so there are plenty of user reviews to give you a greater indication of what existing customers like and dislike about it. 

The scooter has scored an average score of 4.6 out of 5 stars at Walmart, with existing users praising its low price tag. Writing on behalf of her parent, one reviewer explained how, 'My dad is so excited to have his scooter....it provides such a freedom that his wheelchair did not he doesn't have enough strength to move.'

Another reviewer from earlier this summer reported that it, 'Was easy to assemble, easy to disassemble. Fits perfectly in the trunk of my car, also the battery lasts pretty good. So far used it over 4 days and roughly 7 hours each day on only 1 charge. I wish it came with lights, but I bought a set of lights and installed them.'

More critical reviews mention how, 'It is useful but can fall easily when make turns.' This was a criticism mentioned in Amazon user reviews for the product too, with one reviewer stating: 'Product keeps tipping over. My mother has fallen 3 times already and we have only had the product a couple months.'

Out of the 500+ user reviews listed on Amazon for the Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel, 77% of them are 5-star reviews, 13% are 4-star, with an overall average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars. Amazon reviewers were the most complimentary, with one saying that buying this scooter was, 'The best decision we ever made. My husband is extremely happy, his mobility and independence have always been very important to him and the scooter solved all his problems. In addition is very easy to assemble.'

We'd recommend reading the Travel Pro owner's manual to fully understand the scooter's features, design and potential limitations before making a purchase.

Should you buy the Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel?

If you want an affordable motorized scooter to simply get you from A to B, the Pride Travel Pro Premium 3-Wheel is not to be overlooked. Granted it has a few drawbacks compared to premium motorized scooters, but for under $600 it's a perfectly decent  entry-level model. 

If you do have a bigger budget, we would point you in the direction of something like the Drive Medical Phoenix HD 4-Wheel Scooter, which is twice the price but has a very durable build and plenty of excellent features.

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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.