Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter Review

By Chris Wilson

In our review today, we shall look at Hiboy Electric Scooter.

It's a personal electric vehicle from a little known company, but that hasn't stopped it from gaining huge popularity among the scooter enthusiasts.

The Hiboy S2 is a modest option, a mid-tier electric scooter in Hiboy’s line up.

In more than one way, the Hiboy S2 is identical to the already popular Xiaomi M365 but with some noticeable differences.

First, the problematic pneumatic tires on the Xiaomi are gone; instead, they’re replaced by hard rubber tires.

Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter

Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter

Secondly, the front headlight is now placed at the electric scooter base and looks bigger and probably a lot brighter.

The S2 also comes with a fancy folding system, which promises greater portability, while promoting ease of use.

More importantly, the Hiboy S2 has a double suspension, something the Xiaomi lacks, or at least the rear suspension only.

However, it's not the all-perfect PEV; it has some limitations: the lack of waterproof and an extended charging period of four to six hours.

But are the flaws sufficient to make you look the other way?

We shall see that in our comprehensive Hiboy S2 review. Here we shall look at everything you need to know about this electric scooter.

Features and Benefits

Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter

Hiboy S2 Specifications

  • Wattage: 350 W
  • Range: 17 miles
  • Speed: 18 mph
  • Weight: 29.5
  • Weight Capacity: 260 pounds
  • Tire Size: 8.5 inch

Who is the Hiboy S2 For?

The S2 is a modest, light, and foldable electric vehicle, an inspiring option for those who value portability. It can easily compact, letting you stash it into your trunk, under the closet, or under the subway seat.

The S2 isn't a heavy option, but perfect for casual city strolls. The speed is decent, while the wheels are just large enough to tackle the walkaways' curbs and bumps.

Who is the Hiboy S2 Not For?

The Hiboy S2 isn’t suited for the rugged performance. Sure, it might handle a few dips here and there, but won’t overcome the rough off-roading experience.

The motor power is also quite decent, but the 350 W and 18 mph peak speed might be limiting for the professionals.

Features and Benefits of the Hiboy S2


The S2, as we had mentioned earlier, is a frills-free option, and it's evident in the design; it favors practicality over style.

Contrast to other electric scooters offering a more refined style by limiting wires' exposure; this isn't a case with the S2.

Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter

Nonetheless, the exposed wires aren't sore to the eye because their colors perfectly match the electric scooter's overall accent.

The overall design is also quite sturdy, with the all-metal frame offering a robust riding experience.

Of course, it’s not premium either, and you’re likely to hear a few rattles when riding over rough surfaces, especially at high speeds. However, it’s nothing to be alarmed off, unless you abuse the electric scooter.

Motor Power

The S2 comes with a powerful 350W brushless motor propelling this electric scooter to maximum speeds of 18.6 mph.

A smart battery management system effectively controls the speed of the S2 in the Hiboy S2 app. For instance, the slow mode limits the speed to 15 mph, while the Sport mode, also the fast mode, maxes the speed to 19 mph.

Either way, the limit changes are based on the battery level, which helps optimize the performance while preserving the battery life.

Weight and Weight Capacity

Hiboy S2 is among the lightweight options in the market. Weighing just 29.5 pounds, this option is portable at the very least.

Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter

Portability is further underlined by the folding design, which lets you compact the electric scooter for easier stashing and storage.

Despite the modest weight, Hiboy S2 can accommodate users of up to 260 pounds, so the average adults shouldn’t have any issues using the electric scooter.


A comfortable ride should be the least of your concerns with the Hiboy S2.

First, the dual rear suspension system, consisting of two springs instead of a single spring, soaks up the bumps and cracks nicely.

In addition, the S2 features 8.5-inch solid tires, which the manufacturer totes them as shock-absorbing honeycomb tires.

Of course, the solid tire can't match the air tires in comfort, but they're better than pneumatic tires, and more importantly, don't suffer from regular punctures.

Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter

The deck is also large enough, and even though the manufacturer hasn’t indicated the dimensions, users claim it’s large enough to allow double-foot use.


The integrated double braking system on the Hiboy S2 ensures you come to a sudden halt in no time.

The braking system is also equipped with eABS Technology, which prevents the wheels from locking during sudden braking.


The 36 V, 7.5 Ah Lithium-Ion battery is a capable powerhouse, offering an extended range of 17 miles. However, you should expect 12-15 miles in real-world applications.

Charging takes 4-6 hours, which isn’t bad either as it’s the standard charging time in this price range.

However, the S2 has a regenerative braking option, which purportedly helps to extend the battery capacity. It's challenging to measure the extent to which the regenerative braking recharges your battery, but it's a nice feature to have nonetheless.


The S2 is connected to the Hiboy App, available on both Android and iOS.

The app has a nice touch and will let you control the electric scooter's overall performance from the comfort of your favorite device.

For instance, both acceleration and braking can be controlled by the app. 

Pros & Cons of Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter


  • Lightweight and compact
  • Decent speed
  • Comfortable (Fantastic suspension)
  • Easy to use


  • Extended battery charging
Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter

Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter

Wrap Up Hiboy S2 Electric Scooter Review

Hiboy S2 might not be a premium pick, but it comes with an extensive list of features to enhance your overall ride experience.

Both the speed and range are decent, especially considering the price point.

Comfort is overkill, but the off-road capability is a bit limited.

But here's the thing; the S2 wasn't built for off-roading but for those who need an electric scooter for casual strolls in the paved walkways and cities.

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