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The Pursuit® PMV is a great off road mobility scooter built with the superb quality and craftmanship that you have come to expect from Pride Mobility. It is recommended more for outdoor use than indoor.
The Pride Mobility Pursuit PMV is a great choice for anyone needing a mobility scooter designed to go off road. Available in Candy Apple Red, Viper Blue or Silver, this model combines a sleek, sporty look with luxury performance and comfort. Independent front and rear dynamic suspension offer a smooth ride even over bumpy terrain. The 13" low profile tires are non-marking for inside use, and solid to withstand the abuse of dirt and gravel. A full lighting package complete with turn signals allows for safe operation both day and night.
The Pursuit PMV is specifically designed to be able to withstand the rigors of outdoor travel. The scooter easily breaks down into six separate pieces without the use of tools so you won't need a lift, but the heaviest piece weighs 95 pounds so it may be a bit much to carry for some users. A Delta Tiller with wrap around handles offers easy navigation even for people with limited strength or dexterity. Effort has been put into offering a comfortable ride with the deluxe reclining high-back seat that includes a head rest and sliders. Comfort adjustments also include an infinitely tilting tiller, front to back seat adjustment, height adjustable seat and swiveling seat to allow for easy access on and off the vehicle. A 14 mile driving range and top speed of 7.25 miles per hour will have you leading the pack , and continuing on when everyone else is too tired to continue.
The standard package included with the Pursuit PMV is great on its own, but additional optional accessories can make it even better. Cane holders, crutch holders and a walker holder are great additions for people who plan on both walking with assistance and riding their scooter. If you're going to be outside all day you'll want to stay hydrated so consider a cup holder to hold your drink. Extra storage space can be obtained with the use of a saddle bag or a rear storage basket. Since you'll be using this mobility scooter mostly outdoors, you may want to consider a weather breaker to help protect you from the elements. An oxygen tank holder is available for those who require it, and a weather cover is perfect for keeping your scooter clean during when not in use.
This thing is like a luxury car, but a scooter
When my son said he bought me a mobility scooter, I envisioned one of those ugly little things with three wheels that I never wanted to be caught dead on. This arrived about 3 days after he told me about it and I was shocked. I had no idea that mobility scooters came with so many features. Not a problem to be had, nor are there any complaints from this happy rider. I just hope he didn't pay what I'm seeing these things priced at.
Very Comfortable Ride
You couldn't ask for a better scooter than this one. I've had several in the years past and I finally bit the bullet for the higher priced one. This thing feels like it will last for many years, if not decades to come.
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I feel like I can go anywhere now without limitations. Bought one of those hitch mount carriers for the scoot and have put miles after miles on this little buddy since I bought it. It's been on gravel, dirt, mud, ice, you name it. Only time I about got stuck was going up my drive in about 6 inches of snow.
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Not for the Little Old Lady Types
It's a peppy little bastard. Goes about as quick as you'd wanna go on a scooter. No complaints
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