Turboant X7 Max Review: What is the New Electric Scooter Capable of?


Electric scooters have numerous distinct benefits to electric bikes, such being frequently lighter, more easily stored, and less expensive to purchase.

The Turboant X7 Max is a fantastic e-scooter for fun, leisure, and commuting as well as an excellent introduction to e-scooters. It also strikes a design sweet spot in many other aspects.

The most recent Turboant X7 Max update is the electric scooter Turboant X7 Max. The X7 Max, one of the finest affordable electric scooters with a swappable battery feature, is now available. It is somewhat bigger and has a longer range than the X7 Max.

We strongly advise the Max over the Maxif you’re an adult weighing up to 275 lbs and want to be more comfortable.

The X7 Max, like the majority of Turboant e-scooters, has a glossy black matt paint job with faint red accents that give the scooter the much-needed individuality.

In my Turboant X7 Max review, I go into depth about my experience with the X7 Max. Does it merit it? Let’s find out. 

Unfolded Dimensions45.3 ×16.5 × 49.2 in
(1150 × 420 × 1250 mm)
Folded Dimensions45.3 × 16.5 × 20.1 in
(1150 × 420 × 510 mm)
Net Weight34.2 lb (15.5 kg)
Handlebar Width16.5 in (42 cm)
Deck Length19 in (49 cm)
Deck Width4.7~6.7 in (12~17 cm)
Ground Clearance5.3 in (13.5 cm)
Maximum Load275 lb (125 kg)
Frame MaterialAluminum-magnesium alloy
Tire (Front & Rear)10-inch pneumatic, with inner tubes
Waterproof LevelIPX4
On-Board ComputerLCD display
Safety WarningBell
Headlight3 W white LED
TaillightRed LED
Motor TypeFront hub motor
Motor Power350 W
Maximum Range32 miles (52 km) in Comfort Mode
Maximum Speed20 mph (32 km/h)
Maximum Climb Angle15° (affected by rider's weight, weather and road condition)
Braking SystemElectronic brake & disc brake
Braking Distance16.4 ft (5 m) on dry surface
Riding ModeEco, Comfort & Sport
MountDetachable on the stem
Output VoltageDC 36 V
Capacity10 Ah (360 Wh)
Charger's Input VoltageAC 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz
Charging Time6 hours
Storage Temperature14 to 104 °F (-10 to 40 °C)
Maximum Storage Time3 months (full charge recommended before storage)

Turboant X7 Max: Design

The highly user-friendly LED display at the very top of the stem is the first item I want to draw attention to. The panel on the Turboant X7 turns on to show your current speed, battery life, and the speed setting you’re using (there are 3 of those).

The handbrake, which engages the disc brake at the back wheel, is placed to the left of the display.

The Turboant X7 Max boasts one of the biggest decks you’ll ever see on a budget scooter, if not the widest. With dimensions of 6.7 inches in width and 19 inches in length, the X7 Max is large enough to accommodate the majority of big riders.

Due to the elevated deck fabrication used in this attraction, the platform design is one of the most distinctive.

One of the easiest folding designs is found on the Turboant X7 Max electric scooter. You won’t need any special abilities to keep this ride folded; it folds in only 3 seconds.

The Turboant X7 Max scooter is an electrically powered scooter for the majority of people, weighing just 34.2 lb. However, it cannot be compared to vehicles like the Unagi Model One E350, which are extremely lightweight.

Most adult riders won’t have any trouble fitting the scooter into a car trunk or even carrying it up stairs because it measures 45.3 x 16.5 x 20.1 inches when folded.

The X7 Max’s construction in general seems sturdy and well-made. The front stem’s bottom, the hinge, the clamp, and the deck are all solid and robust. To prevent the clamp from being accidentally opened, there is a locking clasp that glides over the stem. The class-leading 125kg maximum rider rating is evidence of the quality of construction.

It also has a sleek appearance thanks to the front stem’s concealment of all the cables, the bijou front light’s elegant integration into the stem, and the rear light’s prominent placement at the back of the rear mudguard.

With an IPX4 certified grade for water resistance, you may use your Turboant X7 Max electric scooter in mild rain without having to worry too much about harmed parts.

Nevertheless, we advise drying your electric scooter when it gets wet, and if at all possible, steer clear of riding in the rain.

The Turboant X7’s mobility and light weight are two features that contribute to its stellar reputation as a commuter scooter. The aircraft aluminum alloy frame is to blame for it.

Should your charge run out, the scooter’s light weight of 29.7 lbs makes it easy to carry. Additionally, the scooter is considerably simpler to transport because of how neatly it folds.

Turboant X7 Max: Motor and Driving

Once moving, the 350W motor of the X7 Max provides a quiet and smooth ride, with effortless acceleration on flat terrain up to the maximum aided speed of around 20 mph. That’s faster than the majority of electric scooters can go, and you also get automated cruise control, which engages once you reach the appropriate speed, sparing you from having to hold the thumb throttle down in order to maintain speed. If you don’t like it, you can disable this.

he Turboant X7 Max electric scooter gives the flexibility that most riders adore with its 3 riding modes.

The optimal range for the ECO Mode is reached when you ride your scooter at a maximum speed of 6 miles per hour.

Choose the Comfort Mode, which is best anywhere between 6.1 mph and 9 mph, if you want to experiment with riding at moderate speeds without completely draining the battery.

Do you need to meet a deadline? To reach a peak speed of up to 20 miles per hour, simply switch to Sport Mode and apply full throttle.

The initial charge brought us around 10 miles, and we were able to reach the peak speed of 20 mph (as stated by Turboant). This is a little below the maximum range stated, but you must keep in mind that the maximum range is always based on ideal circumstances. Ideal circumstances don’t really exist in the actual world. We repeatedly turned it on and off, traveled uphill and downhill, and generally tried to reach the third speed setting’s maximum speed. Stay at the second speed setting if you want to extend your range a bit.

We used it after hours to test the lights, and we were really satisfied.

We were able to reach a high speed of 18.5 mph when riding the X7 Max on a flat surface and in alternate directions to counteract the effects of the wind.

Although the Turboant X7 Max is capable of reaching a high speed of 20 mph, the actual top speed varies according on the rider’s weight, the terrain, and other factors.

It’s vital to keep in mind that the battery consumption will be higher while you travel at top speed, which will significantly shorten your riding distance.

On the negative side, I discovered that the 350W motor would progressively lose speed on any incline that was steeper than a gentle one, finally coming to a stop on really steep hills. It’s hardly unexpected that the scooter can only climb inclines of 15 degrees, according to Turboant.

Turboant X7 Max: Battery and Range

The 36V 10Ah detachable battery has a respectable range. It is stated to have a maximum range of 30 miles, but only under perfect circumstances on flat terrain in Comfort mode. If your terrain is fairly hilly and you continue to use Sport mode, as I did, you’ll get around half that, and if you weigh more than I did (68 kg), your range will decrease much more. The battery takes around six hours to fully charge from empty.

The Turboant X7 Max e-scooter has a stem battery lock, which is one of the major reasons we liked it so much. This indicates that your battery is securely fastened to prevent theft or perhaps a fall while you are riding.

Additionally, Turboant includes two keys with your scooter so you can easily enter the compartment and change the batteries as needed.

You will need 6 hours to fully charge the battery from almost empty to full. But you may also choose the brand-new Turboant V8 electric scooter, which debuted with the X7 Max. It has twin batteries and takes 4 hours to completely charge.

Turboant X7 Max: Conclusions

Any complaints about the TruboAnt X7 Max seem a little nitpicky given how excellent it is overall. First and foremost, although a motor that slows down on hills is undoubtedly not unusual in this class of scooter, I would have preferred a little bit more hill-climbing ability.

Second, because the valve is hard to reach, I found it particularly challenging to fill the back tire. Additionally, while riding in the rain should be OK, a greater water resistance grade than the X7 Max’s IPX4 would be excellent. The one-year battery warranty provided here should be replaced with a two-year battery guarantee, as is customary in the e-bike industry.

The Turboant X7 Max is the best option if you want to acquire a safe electric scooter that offers you the most features for the lowest cost. The Turboant X7 Max e-scooter strives to gratify riders deserving of their salt, from the top range to additional specifications like the riding modes.

The scooter has a long list of features and was built with a lot of care. The three-speed levels and removable battery are fantastic features that let you become used to the scooter before using its full 350W of power.

One of the scooters now on the market with the most affordable pricing appears to be the Turboant X7. The bar is established by this one.

Video review of Turboant X7 Max



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