Below we discuss the differences in the Triaxe Sport & the Triaxe Cruze by Enhance Mobility.
What is the difference between the Triaxe Sport and the Triaxe Cruze scooter. These are two of the top folding scooters on the market. They have a lot of similarities but they have a few things that really set them apart. We will start out with the similarities first. They both have aluminum frames and fold flat. They have a 350 pound weight capacity.
Here are the differences. The sport has front wheel drive while the cruze has rear wheel drive. The sport weighs 44 pounds without the battery while the cruze weighs 58 pounds without the battery. On the Triaxe Sport you have dual rear disc brakes which mean you have to use a hand brake to stop the scooter where the Triaxe cruze has electromagnetic breaks which mean when you let go of the paddle the scooter stops. The Triaxe sport has a 48 V 12 amp battery while the cruze has a 24 V 12 amp battery.
If you're looking for miles per charge you would use the sport as it has 35 miles per charge where the cruze has 18 miles per charge. The length is a little different as well. The sport is 34 inches long by 20 1/2 inches wide while the cruze is 39 inches long by 19 1/2 inches wide. The sport has a 13 inch seat with an optional 18 inch seat available while the cruise has an 18 inch seat standard.
If you have any questions about the scooters feel free to call us at 615-730-9438.