Amazon offers electric scooters for as little as $1.99.
And you can get more for a fraction of that, too.
We tested a pair of electric scots for our review.
One is the S6.
The other is the new X7, which sells for $1 and up.
You can find both here.
(We tested both at Amazon for $2,299.)
The difference is, the X7 has an upgraded battery, which is an important upgrade in our experience with the previous model.
But it’s not a significant upgrade.
Our scottish scot, a two-seat electric scottie, was able to get by on a standard 200-volt battery.
That means it could run for about 10 hours.
(The S6, on the other hand, has a full-sized 220-volt lithium battery.)
The S5 was able do the same, though it’s a bit more labor intensive than the X6, with a 12-hour runtime and a 10-hour charge.
The X7 is more portable, too, with two wheels and a rack.
The S6 and X7 can be driven by either a 6-foot-long or 5-footlong battery.
(This isn’t the case for the X5.)
The X5 and X6 are both more expensive than the S5, but they offer better range, too — you can now drive it from New York City to New Orleans with less than a mile of range.
We also tried the X3, a bike with a more compact design that we tested earlier this year for a more competitive price.
We like it a lot more now, but the X1 is still better for our needs.
If you’re looking for a scot for less money, the S4 is definitely the better option, though you may want to look at the X4, which has more battery life and a shorter wheelbase.
If you’re willing to pay more, you can also get a battery-powered scooter, the Yamaha R6, for around $5,000.
This one has a longer wheelbase and a smaller battery, but it has a much more powerful motor.