Best Dual Motor Electric Scooters| Double the Power of Motion!

By Chris Wilson


Thanks to the improvements and modifications of electric scooters, going fast and going off road isn’t limited to a truck or ATV.

With the best dual motor electric scooter you can feel the power underneath your feet and reach your destination faster. 

Not all high performance dual motor escooters are made the same and here we’re going to go over the top 3 choices that are efficient and super fun to ride.

Editor's 1st Choice

WideWheel PRO

Overall Rating:

  • Riders Weight Limit220 lbs (100 kg)
  • Motor | 500W Dual Brushless Motor
  • Range | Up to 30 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 48V, 15Ah Lithium-ion Battery
  • Speed | 26 MPH

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Editor's 2nd Choice

Dualtron Eagle Pro

Overall Rating:

  • Riders Weight Limit265 lbs (120 kg)
  • Motor | 1800W Dual BLDC Motor
  • Range | Up to 47 miles Per Charge
  • Battery | 60V, 22.4Ah Lithium-ion Battery
  • Speed | 43 MPH

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Editor's 3rd Choice

Hiboy Titan Pro

Overall Rating:

  • Riders Weight Limit | 286 lbs (130 kg)
  • Motor | 1200W Dual Brushless DC Motor
  • Range | Up to 40 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 48V, 17.5Ah Lithium-ion Battery
  • Speed | 32 MPH

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Best Dual-motor electric Scooters in 2022

Mercane WideWheel Pro

If there was such a thing as a “fat e-scooter”, it would be this machine.

The Mercane Widewheel Pro is a budget-friendly electric scooter equipped with two high-torque 500W motors. This e-scooter can reach top speeds of 26 mph and generate up to 1600 Watts of peak power. 

Mercane WideWheel Pro: LCD Meter

Steep hills won’t be that much of a problem for this electric scooter thanks, once again, to its powerful motors. In a real-world hill-climbing test conducted by Electric Revolution, the WideWheel Pro ascended up a 17% gradient and still managed to hit a top speed of 9 miles an hour.

That’s pretty impressive considering how affordable this scooter is compared to other dual-motor e-scooters. It also comes with a 48V 15Ah battery that guarantees up to 30 miles of travel. The device’s unique LCD meter lets riders monitor their speed, battery level, distance, riding mode, etc.

Mercane WideWheel Pro: Deck

What’s most surprising about this electric scooter is that it actually comes with a plush suspension system. The scooter’s front and rear ends are fitted with springs that allow the wheels independently react to bumps on the road. 

The only downside of this suspension system is that it easily bottoms out. It doesn’t give the wheels too much room to travel. 

But, hey, it comes with some pretty beefy tires.

Pros

  • It is equipped with a handlebar-mounted headlight and a rear light.
  • Instant stops are guaranteed with the WideWheel Pro’s dual mechanical disc brakes.
  • It is an affordable dual motor scooter.
  • Flat tires are a thing of the past. This electric scooter comes with foam-filled tires.
  • Its handlebars are foldable.
  • The scooter comes with cruise control functionality .

Cons

  • The scooter’s taillight is very small.
  • Weighing in at 54 lbs, this electric scooter might not be the best option for riders who have to carry their devices in-between commutes.
  • It is not an ideal electric scooter for heavier riders. The maximum payload capacity of the WideWheel Pro is 220 lbs.
WideWheel PRO

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Main Features:

  • Riders Weight Limit220 lbs (100 kg)
  • Motor | 500W Dual Brushless Motor
  • Range | Up to 30 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 48V, 15Ah Lithium-ion Battery
  • Speed | 26 MPH
Dualtron Eagle Pro

If you’re looking for a portable scooter that is capable of attaining speeds of up to 40 miles per hour, you might want to check the Dualtron Eagle Pro out.

This e-scooter is equipped with dual 1800W motors that put out a combined 3600 Watts of continuous power. In its highest power setting, this electric scooter can hit top speeds of 43 mph. It is also capable of climbing up 25-degree inclines. 

Dualtron Eagle Pro: Motor

To curb all that power, Dualtron fits a pair of disc brakes to the Eagle Pro’s wheels. This disc-braking system, in collaboration with the scooter’s Electronic Anti-lock braking system, ensures that riders are able to achieve immediate stops even when traveling at high speeds.

Powering the entire unit is a 60V 22.4Ah lithium-ion battery. Riders can cover up to 47 miles of range on a single charge of this e-scooter’s battery.

Dualtron Eagle Pro: Foldable

The Eagle pro also comes equipped with Dualtron’s signature swingarm-style rubber suspension system. Unlike the WideWheel Pro’s setup, there’s enough “travel” clearance between the Eagle Pro’s front wheel and its front fender.

Another thing the Dualtron Eagle Pro does better than the WideWheel Pro is hauling heavy loads. This 66-pound electric scooter can support up to 265 lbs of weight.

Pros

  • It folds at the stem and at the handlebars.
  • It comes with an ultra-wide, 24.1 cm (9.4 inches), deck.
  • The scooter has two charging ports.
  • It is a moderately-priced high-performance electric scooter. Most e-scooters in the Eagle Pro’s class cost over $3000. It costs just $2290.
  • It is the only electric scooter on this list that comes preinstalled with electric brakes.

Cons

  • The rotors squeak when the brakes are applied.
  • It does not come with a dedicated headlight. The only forward-facing headlights installed on the Eagle Pro are integrated into its deck. You might need a higher-mounted front light to ride this beast out at night.
  • Its stem, like almost all Dualtron e-scooters’, creaks.
Dualtron Eagle Pro

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  • Riders Weight Limit265 lbs (120 kg)
  • Motor | 1800W Dual BLDC Motor
  • Range | Up to 47 miles Per Charge
  • Battery | 60V, 22.4Ah Lithium-ion Battery
  • Speed | 43 MPH
Hiboy Titan Pro Electric Scooter

The Hiboy Titan Pro is a dual-suspension electric scooter that comes equipped with two 1200-Watt motors. This scooter can reportedly travel up 35-degree inclines with ease and attain top speeds of 32 mph.

The scooter’s electronic components are protected against ingress from dust and water jets (IP55). This means you can ride the Hiboy Titan Pro under light rain or hose it down with a low-pressure washer if it gets dirty.

Hiboy Titan Pro Electric Scooter: Suspension Systems

Before you start getting ideas, it’s important to note that submerging this electric scooter in water could cause harm to its electronic components. It is water-resistant, not waterproof.

Its 10-inch pneumatic tires and dual single-swingarm suspension system ensure that riders enjoy smooth rides on almost every type of terrain. The only issue riders might experience with the Titan Pro’s suspension system is stiffness. 

Hiboy Titan Pro: LCD Display

This scooter’s rubber suspension is not as plush as the WideWheel Pro’s coil-spring shocks. So, if you’re looking for a bouncy electric scooter, this is not the one. 

Its 48V 17.5Ah lithium-ion battery can reportedly store up enough energy to cover 40-mile travels. Some of the e-scooter’s other notable features include; a smart LCD device, key ignition, front and rear lights, dual disc brakes, etc.

Pros

  • It also has a very wide deck.
  • It doesn’t cost as much as other electric scooters in its class (2400W e-scooters typically cost between $1600 and $2500; the Hiboy Titan Pro retails for just $1424.99)
  • Hiboy did a great job with the Titan Pro’s cable routing.
  • It can be ridden under almost any weather condition.
  • It is the strongest electric scooter on this list. This beast can support up to 286 lbs (130kg) of weight.

Cons

  • It is a very large electric bike. Even when folded this thing still measures up to 25 inches (63.5 cm) in width.
  • The deck lights alone might not provide sufficient lighting for night-time riding.
  • It is also pretty heavy (61.7 lb/28.0 kg)
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  • Riders Weight Limit286 lbs (130 kg)
  • Motor | 1200W Dual Brushless DC Motor
  • Range | Up to 40 Miles per Charge
  • Battery | 48V, 17.5Ah Lithium-ion Battery
  • Speed | 32 MPH

What's the Difference Between Dual and Single Motor Scooters

A single-motor electric scooter has one motor fitted into one of its wheels (this could either be the front or rear wheel). Dual-motor e-scooters, on the other hand, are equipped with two motors; one built into each wheel (front and rear)

Electric scooters with two motors are usually faster and more powerful than those with just one. The two motors share the strain of propelling a unit's payload forward, making rides more efficient and possibly extending each motor's lifespan. 

Cheapest Dual Motor Electric Scooter

Apollo Explore Electric Scooter: Motor

The cheapest dual-motor electric scooter currently available on the market is the Unagi Model One E500. This stylishly-designed commuter e-scooter comes equipped with solid tires and two 250W motors.

It currently retails for about $989; $180 cheaper than the Mercane WideWheel Pro (another budget-friendly dual-motor electric scooter). The Model One might seem like the best option for people on a budget, however, with just $180 extra you'd be getting about 500 Watts of extra power, air-filled tires, max speeds up to 26 mph, a full-suspension system, etc.

That's "Value" for money!

Lightest Dual Motor Electric Scooter

Besides being affordable, the Unagi Model One E500 is also very lightweight. It weighs around 26 pounds (11.8 kg) and can support up to 275 lbs (125 kg) of weight. The WideWheel Pro follows closely behind with a total weight of 56 lbs (25 kg) and a max rider weight of 220 lbs (100 kg).

Even though the Model One E500 weighs considerably less than the WideWheel Pro, it is not as portable. As highlighted earlier, the WideWheel Pro folds at both the stem and handlebars, facilitating easy storage even in narrow spaces. 

Unagi's Model One E500, on the other hand, can only be collapsed at the stem.

Read full review about the Unagi's Model One E500

Dual Motor Electric Scooter With Seat

EMOVE Touring Portable and Foldable Electric Scooter

In most cases, e-scooter manufacturers pre-drill threaded holes into the decks of their scooters to allow riders easily secure seats onto the platforms of their devices. There aren't many dual-motor electric scooters that come pre-installed with seats.

I was able to find one though - The Emove Roadrunner. This 850W (350W front and 500W rear) electric scooter features a unique, almost bike-like, design and comes with a padded seat.

It weighs 55 lbs and cannot be folded down to a more compact size.

If you're looking for a more portable dual-motor e-scooter with seat, you might have to stick with those easy-to-setup devices I talked about earlier. Some of them include, the Hiboy Titan Pro, Nanrobot’s D5 +, the WideWheel Pro, etc.

Most vendors sell the seats for these e-scooters separately, so you won't need to waste any more time searching the web.

Best Off-road Dual Motor Electric Scooter

From a glance, the Dualtron Eagle Pro seems like the best option for users looking to do some serious off-road riding (It is powerful — fitted with two 1800-Watt motors — and also comes equipped with front & rear suspension).

However, I wouldn't advise taking an e-scooter model with a long history of wobbly stems over bumpy terrain. You want a powerful but steady electric scooter; one that delivers ample hill-flattening power while still ensuring the safety and comfort of the rider.

Hiboy’s Titan Pro ticks all of these boxes.

2000W Dual Motor Electric Scooter

Best Dual Motor Electric Scooters

As a general rule of thumb, riders looking to purchase 2000W dual-motor e-scooters should only consider devices that can generate that amount in “continuous” power. Below are a few electric scooters that meet this criterion.

Electric Scooter Name

Power Rating

Max speed

2000W (Dual 1000-Watt motors)

41 mph

2000W (Dual 1000-Watt motors)

40 mph

2000W (Dual 1000-Watt motors)

40 mph

2000W (Dual 1000-Watt motors)

45 mph

2000W (Dual 1000-Watt motors)

40 mph


Others Dual-motor electric Scooters in 2022

Turbowheel Lightning+

Overall Rating:

  • Top speed of 40+ mph
  • Range of 30-40 miles 
  • Max Load: 330lbs
KAABO Mantis Pro SE

Overall Rating:

  • Top speed of 40+ mph
  • Range of 35-40miles (~ 40km)
  • Brushless DC Motor
    60V 2000W (Dual Motors)
Kaabo Wolf Warrior 11+ Electric Scooter

Overall Rating:

  • Top speed of 40+ mph
  • Range of 70+ miles
  • Max Load: 450lbs 204 kg

#1. Kaabo Wolf King

With over 7 years experience making electric scooters, Kaabo takes things up a notch with the Wolf King. It comes standard with a gold look but lacks mode indicators, something you can live without.

With a nice build, a tested top-speed of 59.4 mph and 33.4 mile in range, the Wolf King is the most well-rounded scooter out there. With full hydraulic brakes and rider weight max of 400-lbs, you won't go wrong with this one. Well, except for stealth. If you're looking to move without attention, the gilded appearance might not be a good option. That said, if you fancy the looks, the features are even better.

#2. Kaabo Wolf Warrior 11+

It was the baddest scooter until the king came along. But the wolf warrior can still hold its own among its peers. Like most scooters, it takes more time to charge, but this beauty would glide in any terrain—with ease. Doing 42 miles(turbo mode) in range, it's nowhere close to the speed or range of the wolf king, but the warrior 11+ is no slouch either. 

It takes 450 lbs max capacity, beating the king in weight load. What's more, it folds easier than the wolf king. For the price, it's a steal.

#3. Dualtron Thunder Electric Scooter

The Dualtron thunder had the world's first ABS brake. It comes with foldable high quality handlebar grip and handle LED lights with remote control. It, however, has a lackluster suspension and no water resistance for a scooter of its class. 

With dual LED headlights and hydraulic brake, this nimble scooter has a single motor throttle and would sprint to 50 mph and tops at 75 miles in range. If you want a scooter for daily commuting, Dualtron thunder is probably your best bet.

It also has a cool feature other scooters don't: underneath mood lights. Cool right? 

What Should I Look for When Buying a 50 MPH Electric Scooter

Best Dual Motor Electric Scooters

No matter how good an e-scooter looks, if it can't clock your desired speed, it's less useful. Here's what to look out for when buying a 50 mph scooter.

You see, the mile-per-hour quoted by manufacturers are usually done in optimal conditions. But most times, these are not the conditions you'll be riding in. Other factors can affect the top speed of a scooter. For instance, the grip of the tires, wind resistance, weight of the rider, terrain, or even battery power.

You could research tested reviews to find out which scooter actually does 50 mph in real world conditions before purchase.

What Is the Fastest Electric Scooter You Can Buy?

Most electric scooters top speed are mere numbers. Knowing the actual top speed in real-life scenario would help you make a better choice that suits your need when it's time for purchase.

Take a look at the tested top speed before making your pick.

Electric scooters are doing impressive speed numbers now. Some e-scooters are even daring sports car territory. But not too long ago, clocking 25 mph was a tall order for e-scooters. Whew! Thank goodness those days are becoming a memory.

You've got the need for speed? Great. So what's the fastest electric scooter on the market for adrenaline junkies? If you've got the money for a performance scooter, the Dualtron X 2 would quench your thirst for speed. This beauty can move at 68 mph, an absolute beast with serious torque and acceleration. Most e-scooters would struggle to keep up.

How Fast Does a 2000W Electric Scooter Go?

Frankly, that's a tricky question. There's no definite answer or a specific number for a 2000W scooter. As said before, other factors influence the speed of any scooter no matter the watts. Things like road condition, rider size and battery power would significantly play a factor in speed.

That said, an e-scooter with a 2000W motor would probably hover around 38-40 mph. For instance, MISTLI D5+ tops at 40 mph on a 52V lithium-ion battery and 2000W motor power. Also, keeping up that pace would be difficult over long periods. It becomes lesser in unfavorable conditions. 

What Is the Best Electric Scooter for the Money

Best Dual Motor Electric Scooters

E-scooters vary in build, range, speed and price. Their features and specs dictates their worth. But the Kaabo Mantis seems to be the best electric scooter for the money. The base model offers tons of value and performance for far less what others cost. It offers 29.1 miles of real-world range. 

For under $1700, it's packed with impressive performance. With a tested top speed of 37.5 mph and a top-notch suspension, it offers the best value for your buck. It lacks water resistance and fitting grip, but so does more-expensive scooters.

What Is the Most Reliable Electric Scooter?

Like all machines you have to question if electric scooters are reliable. When you step out with a scooter, you'd want to know if you'd come back with it; what distance your e-scooter can travel before it runs out of battery power. Thankfully, e-scooters are becoming more reliable with new releases. 

How reliable a scooter is, is subjective. Depending on how often and what distance you ride your scooter. Nonetheless, some scooters have been used extensively by lots of users and have proven to last a while without any defects. The Ninebot Max is a proven reliable scooter for commuting, while the Xiaomi M365 Pro is the most tested reliable scooter.

Can You Ride Electric Scooters Through Water?

A running concern from electric scooter riders is if you can use your scooter through water. The simple answer is no. Sure, some electric scooters are water resistant and won't develop fault from water droppings. But they're not highly rated water resistant. Most e-scooters are not water resistant and the few that are have a water resistant IPX4 rating. What it simply means is, resistant to water splashes from any direction.

So your e-scooter can survive water splashes NOT flooded runways. You should avoid riding your scooter through water. For safety reasons and sustenance, no matter if it's water resistant. 

About the author 

Chris Wilson

Chris Wilson, long time fan of personal electric transportation. Chris is not easily impressed when it comes to the latest technologies, however, when he is, nothing can stop him from wanting to share his knowledge with our readers here at ElectricRideLab.com