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GOTRAX Xr Ultra Commuting Electric Scooter - Black

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About this item


  • Innovative Portable Folding Design - The XR Ultra Commuting Scooter equipped with One-step folding system for portability. Aluminum material to enhance the stability, and a special Red Safety Button to protect the handlebar from folding while riding
  • Long-range Electric Scooter - High capacity LG Battery 7. 0AH with a maximum travel range of up to 18 miles under optimum conditions. Our Smart Battery Management System ensures the battery safety, and extends the battery life
  • Strong Power E Scooter - The adult electric powered scooter features a quiet 300W motor.
  • Dual Braking System - Features a disc braking and anti-lock braking system for a safe, responsive braking while at top speed. Front and rear wheels use 8. 5" pneumatic tires make riding comfortable, even on rough road or bump terrain
  • Multifunctional Console - The LED display shows current speed, speed modes, battery life and headlight. The headlight has been upgraded to 8. 5 degrees irradiation angle and 26 ft irradiation distance, keeping rider safe while riding in the dark
  • Boasting top speed of 15. 5 MPH
  • Max load of 220 lbs.
  • Tackles steep 15° hills with ease, making it a perfect commuting scooter


Dimensions (Overall): 43.9 Inches (H) x 17.3 Inches (W) x 42.9 Inches (D)
Weight: 28 Pounds
Holds up to: 220 Pounds
Material: Aluminum (Frame)
Features: Non-Slip Deck, Folds, LED Lights
Suggested Age: 13 Years and Up
Number of Wheels: 2
Wheel Material: Rubber
Estimated Charge Time: 4.5 hours
Assembly Details: No Assembly Required
Maximum Speed: 15.5 miles per hour
Industry or Government Certifications: UL2272 Certified
Wheel Diameter: 8.5 Inches
Wattage Output: 300 Watts
Cruising Range: 12 miles
Maximum Battery Charge Life: .65 Hours
Battery: 1 Non-Universal Lithium Ion, Required, Included
Warranty: 90 Day Limited Warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
TCIN: 80145519
UPC: 850015504730
Item Number (DPCI): 082-07-0462
Origin: Imported


Stronger Motor. More Range. Powered by LG. Introducing the Xr Ultra, a folding electric scooter by GOTRAX. Powered by a improved 300 Watt motor and LG Battery the Xr Ultra is the perfect combination of strength and battery life to take on your commute. Ride up to 16 miles per charge at speeds of 15.5 miles per hour! Easily navigate city streets using the 8.5" shock absorbing tires and dual braking system.
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Model Scooter Weight Holds Up To Suggested Age
2-Wheel Kick Scooter 6 - 13 lbs up to 143 - 222 lbs 5 - 8+ years
3-Wheel Kick Scooter 14.25 lbs up to 143 lbs 3+ years
Pro Scooter 7 - 13 lbs up to 143 - 222 lbs 5 - 8+ years
Electric Scooter 21 lbs up to 120 - 220 lbs 8+ years
Self-Balancing and Hoverboards 8 - 28 lbs up to 176 - 220 lbs 8 - 18+ years

All Sizes in Inches Unless Otherwise Stated

Shipping details

Estimated ship dimensions: 39 inches length x 7.9 inches width x 15 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 34.6 pounds
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Q: Are handlebars adjustable

submitted by Apple - 3 years ago
  • A: Hello there, The Gotrax Xr Ultra Electric Scooter does not have adjustable handlebars. The only Gotrax scooters sold that allow for handlebar adjustments are the Kick Scooters and the GKS Lumios Scooter for Kids

    submitted byGoTrax - 3 years ago
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4.7 out of 5 stars with 255 reviews
100% would recommend
1 recommendations

Good quality

5 out of 5 stars
Aly - 1 month ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
Chose this scooter after reading good reviews. Heavy material, easy to put together. So far, very good quality.
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5 out of 5 stars
XCmagicmike - 6 months ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
Pretty happy with the XR Ultra. Smooth, Quiet and just Styling. Had a battery issue and customer service was on point. Thanks Gotrax for your product and support. I have 2 XR Ultra and couldn't be more happy.
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5 out of 5 stars
GG & GD - 10 months ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
Purchased in Nov 22, for grandson on his 13th! He’s had several; LOVES HIS NEW GOTRAX BEST!!
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Works great for college

5 out of 5 stars
Kahleen - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
I bought this to ride around campus and it works great. This model is what you pay for it does feel a little cheap and struggles with accelerating sometimes. No issues though the top speed is 15.5 and the battery lasts.
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Perfect for what we need.

5 out of 5 stars
DocDane - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
I just bought this scooter for my daughter. As a gymnast at a university with a large campus, it was recommended that she get an electric scooter so that after four hours of practice she wouldn’t have to walk a mile from the gym to her dorm. Her words were, “ I am obsessed with this scooter.“ After much research, we settled on the GoTrax scooter and so far have been very happy with the way it works, and it was very easy to assemble. We liked it so much that we recommended it to one of her friends at school.
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Durable Ride

5 out of 5 stars
taylorv49017 - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
I have two of these scooters. Bought one gave to my daughter, I took the other one. Both the gray and black. Love my schooter!!!! I ride it to and from work not far from my house in the summers. This Go-trax scooter is fun to ride, durable, heavy duty not cheaply made. I feel safe riding it.
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Fun and very easy to master

5 out of 5 stars
bob27 - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
Just completed 9 miles on a single charge over several separate uses spanning 2 weeks. I rode it until it died ...thankfully at my mailbox. Yeah, I didn't get the advertised 15 mile range, but their test wasn't the same as mine. I used it several times to run to the mailbox through tall grass which really put a load on the battery (mailbox is 100 yards from the house). The rest of the mileage was on flat paved roads. You have to run it through it's paces the way you will use and figure out your range and you won't be disappointed. This thing is the bomb!
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I like it

5 out of 5 stars
Rudi - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
Does what it is supposed to do. Had it for two weeks and serves me very well. Short distances, easy to assemble, comfortable.
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Recieved this as a gift in DEC 2020

4 out of 5 stars
SP - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
My father got this e-scooter for me as a gift in December 2020. I do not drive, so this product was very convenient to run small errands (i.e. ride to the grocery store, through NYC streets and laundry, etc). Unfortunately the scooter's console burnt out on me. I thought purchasing a new one would help, but I was told I need a new scooter. PSA: if you are a commuter and plan on using this device to get around... you're looking at a year and a half max of use.
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Was great while it worked

3 out of 5 stars
Cmcm134 - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
Used this model for the last couple months as my way of commuting to work and going to the store. Thing worked great until today where the back wheel completely locked while I was going 15mph causing me to crash and almost collide with a car while riding in the bike lane. I’ve looked all over the internet for potential causes and solutions to this with this product in particular and have found nothing besides one Reddit thread that never got solved.
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A bit underpowered, cruise control needs work

3 out of 5 stars
Pet - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
Been riding it for about a month. Really struggles up hills and the motor will cycle up and down while cruising. Also have to hit accelerator to stop the cruise control (which automatically engages after 10 holding it down?). Cruise control is poorly designed and aside from it being underpowered, it performs reasonably. I had hoped for a bit more from this for the price.
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Would not recommend

2 out of 5 stars
Va9’essa - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
I bought this 2 weeks ago and have ridden it a few days the past week and the battery power is awful. I get 6miles and the battery dies on flat road. I am not sure if I have a dud of a scooter or what but It is not at all what I expected from a scooter of this caliber and with an LG battery.
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Fun and Fab

5 out of 5 stars
Bobby Bear - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
I got this for my son who is almost 10. It’s a hit. He loves it, as do all the neighborhood kids.
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5 out of 5 stars
Ct - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
I bought this 2 years ago and it’s still running well
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Great starter scooter

4 out of 5 stars
Armand.at.Boston - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
Hi -here are my notes on the Gotrax Xr Ultra after a month of commuting with it! * Pricing: This is a solid entry level scooter. It’s priced low enough that- if you hate it- at least you only spent a few hundred dollars. If you love it after a year, then go back and get a nicer/ more expensive one. * Size weight: It weighs about 30 lbs, and it fits into the back seat of my tiny Chevy Spark. * Bumpy ride: The ride is fairly good, but you definitely will feel bumps, even small ones. I would not off-road with this thing. Having said that, the tires are tough and they can stand up to the abuse of bumps, cracks, and small potholes. * 15 MPH is basically your limit: In many ways it’s good that the speed tops out at 15 MPH, as you (or I) are very unlikely to hurt yourself at that speed. I’ve had to bail out a few times at maximum speed, and at 15 MPH I am able to jump off, land on my feet and keep the scooter handlebars in my hands. If I was going 20 MPH, it’s more likely that I would fall off and maybe hurt myself. * Also- Don’t let go of the handlebars: Many of us are used to letting go of the handlebars of a bicycle, but scooters are much more tippy (due to small tires), and letting go of the handle bars (even with one hand) could result in a fall. If you need to dig into your pocket or push a button on your phone, I suggest you stop first. * Go green: Get an escooter for the environment, please! Every trip on an escooter reduces carbon emissions. Yes, I know that a lot of electricity still comes from carbon based fuel, but you can’t compare. Riding on a 30 lb electric scooter still uses a lot less energy than driving a thousand pound car the same distance. Also- when people see you riding a scooter, they’ll be so impressed that they’ll want one too. Soon the world will be cleaner and greener! * On short trips, it’s faster than driving, especially in a city. Example: Our favorite take-out burrito place is about 1 mile away from home. When I drive there, it takes me about 20 minutes round trip when you factor in finding a spot (no, they don’t have a parking lot), then walking to the store, then walking back to the car. When I scooter there, the round trip takes 10-15 minutes, because there is no parking involved. I literally scooter up to the diner door, walk in, grab my burritos, and then scoot home. Actually, I don’t even leave the scooter outside. I bring it in with me and nobody gets mad at me because (as compared to a bike) it’s actually pretty small. * It’s great for hybrid trips: My commute is one of those hybrid commutes. There is no parking where I work, so I drive to a spot 3 miles from my office and then park and find some other way to make those last three miles. In the past I have taken a bus, walked, or even taken Uber to make those last three miles. I can say that (on most days) a scooter is better than any of those other options. In fact, I would say that escooters are almost perfect for those kind of hybrid commutes , as you can fold them, throw them in the back of your car, and go. * Battery life: Keep the battery charged. It rated for 16 miles of travel (something like that) , but when I have a lot of hills, it’s really closer to 12 miles before the battery dies. If you have a regular commute (like to work) I recommend getting a second charger and leaving it at work, so you can charge there as well. * RE weather: I don’t think an entry level scooter will work well in snow or ice (or heavy mud), so it’s unlikely I’ll be able to use it much between December and March. So during the worst parts of winter, I’m back on the bus! * Speaking of busses, my God electric scooters are so much more fun than public transportation! Public transportation may be vital and generally a good thing, but who likes being trapped in a metal box with a bunch of strangers? If you’re lucky, you can find a seat and listen to your headphones. If you are unlucky, you can wind up standing next to a person who can’t stop talking to themselves in a very angry, loud voice (and possible threatening the people around them). This has happened to me more than once. Honestly, busses are typically so slow and stop so often, that riding an electric scooter will get you there faster, and you don’t have to be stuck in a metal box with a bunch of strangers! * Escooter vs Cars: Cars may go faster than an electric bike (but not always), but there is much less of an anger factor. There are few human activities more enraging than driving. Everyone who drives gets yelled at, flipped off, honked at, cut off, all the time. There’s something about the act of driving that makes people a little crazy, but it’s generally the opposite with scooters. When you scoot, you have the whole outdoors. You don’t get stuck in traffic jams because scooters are skinny and highly manageable. You don’t need to fight over a spot, or even find one! If you are waiting for a walk or light signal, the person behind you isn’t breathing your neck, filled with rage, or if they are they can just go around you. It’s like you're surfing, just flowing along. You get to experience nature, sunlight, the wind on your skin, ducks quack at you, dogs sniff the air as you gently pass them by. It’s just a nice, refreshing experience. If you’ll excuse me for being poetic, scootering is a kindly and connective experience, you can feel like you are part of the world. * Tire inflation: Invest in some extra Flexible Extension Tire Valve Adaptors, they will let you connect a bike pump to your tire valves. The valves are at a funny angle and it’s almost impossible to connect a bike pump unless you get those adaptors. You do get one with the scooter, don’t lose it! * Escooters vs bikes: Electric scooters (especially in cities) offer some great flexibility that bikes don’t give you: when I need to retreat onto a crowded sidewalk, I can instantly get off the scooter and walk it along. It’s less intrusive than walking a stroller or a dog, and I don’t feel like I am getting in people’s way. You can bring them into stores or delis and people generally don’t mind, a scooter is small enough that won’t impede other customers. When I go to work, I can bring it into my office, fold it, and tuck it under a desk. Unlike a bike (which I have to leave outside) it won’t be stolen there. Same at home, Boston (like most major cities) has a major problem with bike theft, so I keep my scooter and bikes inside, in my basement. Having said that, the bikes are a pain to take OUT of the basement. I have to open the metal bulkhead door and drag them out into my backyard. I also keep my Ultra scooter in the basement, but unlike the bikes, it’s very easy to bring outside, I just fold, grab and go. So much more accessible. Also, my bike won’t fit inside the back seat of my tiny commuter car, but- of course- my Gotrax fits perfectly. *
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Perfect for its intended use!

5 out of 5 stars
Andrea87 - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
I bought this and it arrived a few weeks ago. I work for a large car dealership with adjacent storage lots and needed a way to quickly get to a stores vehicle without a 2nd person and vehicle to go with me. I also needed to find a reliable scooter that was light enough to pick up and place in the vehicle or truck bed. This is perfect! I bought inexpensive drawstring bags to put around the wheels after I get to a car so it doesn't soil the brand new interiors and keep the rest of the scooter clean. The battery lasts a long time. And the scooter is slim enough that it can be stored in my office without intruding on the limited space I have. All the other managers are in awe and looking to do the same thing. Well done GoTrax! I love it!
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Love it!

5 out of 5 stars
Ruby - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
I bought it because I live downtown and didn't want to walk to work anymore. It's perfect for my commute and I have taken it out on the aweaome Greenway system in my city. It's great!! It has made my 20+ minute walk to work a quick 6 minute ride. Looking to get an extra battery to increase my distance so I can go on longer rides.
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Life Saver

4 out of 5 stars
scott - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
LOVE this thing. Got it for Xmas '20. Still runs perfectly. I would've loved if Tubeless tires were an option at the time of purchase. Flats are hard to avoid. The screws do loosen over time so be sure to check all of them periodically! Thinking of upgrading!
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Perfect Fit

5 out of 5 stars
haley - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
This is exactly what I needed. It's durable yet light. The headlight and speedometer are key, and I love the little bell. I'm commuting around DC, and this is perfect. I did buy a red light to stick on the back of my helmet as an extra safety measure, but I'm only riding in the day so I would also feel fine without. The scooter was just right for my needs -- great price, everything I need, nothing I don't!
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Good Entry Scooter

4 out of 5 stars
Chaz - 1 year ago
originally posted on gotrax.com
Only thing I have to complain about is the lack of power going up a hill.
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