This is the EZ Raider All-Terrain Electric Scooter and it kind of makes a typical electric scooter looked like an absolute wuss. One look and you know why is it so. This beast of electric scooters that lets you take on the roads less taken, like quite literally. EZ Raider All-Terrain Electric Scooter is like the Jeep or Land Rover of the electric scooter world.

EZ Raider All-Terrain Electric Scooter

Depending on the model, it has a broad range of applications, including but not limited to military, para military, search and rescue, hunting, agriculture, extreme sports or simply for some good fun out in the wilderness (watch out for the animals though!). All told, there are three key models: EZ Raider, EZ Raider HD2 and EZ Raider HD4.

EZ Raider is an entry-level model that is trimmed (read: lightweight) and suitable for urban riding while not sacrificing its ruggedness and ready-for-the-beaten path nature. EZ Raider HD2 and EZ Raider HD4, on the other hand, are the definitive off-roaders with the former being a 2-wheel drive and the later, a 4-wheel drive model.

EZ Raider All-Terrain Electric Scooter

Both EZ Raider and EZ Raider HD2 shares the same electric drivetrain (2x 1,200 W), but the EZ Raider has a lesser battery, a 60V 1,740 Wh and the EZ Raider HD2 gets a 60V 3,000 Wh setup. The EZ Raider HD4 is powered by four 1,200 W motors which is fed by a 60V 3,000 Wh battery system. EZ Raider All-Terrain Electric Scooter is capable of a top speed of 30 mph (48 km/h) and provides up to 50 miles (80 kilometers) in between charges.

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If you are looking to take on challenging terrain while hauling a good amount of weight, HD2 and HD4 are the way to go. However, the later would be the choice ride if you anticipate a more extreme conditions like deep sand and rocky terrain.

It is not cheap, though. We hear it costs $12,000. Ouch. And we are not even sure $12,000 is for which model. If you are keen, you will need to touch base with the folks at DSRaider to learn more. Skip ahead to see it in action.

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