TurboAnt X7 Pro Review

man is standing on Turboant x7 Pro electric scooter

E-scooters have gained lots of traction as legit forms of transportation, and with good reason. They are versatile, portable, environmentally friendly, and cheap.

However, choosing a great scooter can be problematic because of the wide selection of models available.

It’s virtually impossible to go around and personally test-drive each scooter, and this is why we are here for you!

Considering its low price tag, the Turboant X7 Pro has an impressive performance. The X7 Pro resembles its predecessor in several ways. However, it has several improvements that make it one of the best scooters you can ever get on the market.

turboant standing in the middle of the road

MSRP: $550

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Who’s it for?

The Turboant X7 Pro features are great for teenagers and adults alike.

Plus, you can use the scooter for both short and long distant commuting, courtesy of its 20-mile range, detachable battery, and more!

TurboAnt X7 Pro Full Specs

Battery36V 10Ah (360Wh)
Recharge Time6 hours
Max Speed20 mph
Max Range20-30 miles
BrakesDisc brake, foot brake, electric brake
Weight33 lbs
Weight Capacity275 lbs
Tires10″ tubed pneumatic tires
LightsLED headlight + taillight
Dimensions42.6″ x 16.5″ x 46.7″
Folded Dimension42.6″ x 16.5″ x 18.1″
IP RatingIPX4


  • Affordable price
  • Big wheels
  • Lightweight
  • Good top speed


  • No suspension
  • The deck could be wider


turboant x7 pro at the front door
Photo Credit: Turboant.com

Speed & Acceleration

The X7 Pro has a 20mph top speed and can accommodate both beginner and seasoned riders with three modes that they can choose from. The modes include:

  • Beginner (6 mph top speed).
  • Eco (12 mph top speed).
  • Sport (20 mph top speed).

While there is a similar motor in the regular X7, the X7 Pro has a snappier acceleration, which means that Turboant may have also done some upgrades to their motor.

The Turboant X7 Pro managed to go from 0 mph to 15 mph in 7.5 seconds, which is quite good for a scooter of its price.

Battery & Range

Detachable battery of TurboAnt X7 Pro
The detachable battery of TurboAnt X7 Pro. Photo Credit: @horizon_micromobility Instagram

The X7 Pro has a bigger 36V, 10Ah (360WH) battery that’s a 65% increase in size compared to its predecessor, the X7. Also, this battery is larger compared to other TurboAnt’s scooter M10.

The newer battery provides the X7 Pro with enough juice to cover a 30-mile range in optimal terrain and riding conditions.

It has a detachable battery design that can be taken out whenever you want to charge your scooter or replaced with a charged one for a more extended range.

The battery has a 5-hour charge time, which is good for a 360Wh battery.

However, you should note that ridding more aggressively or ridding on hilly terrains can lower the range significantly.


Brakes are essential when riding any locomotive, and the Turboant X7 Pro doesn’t disappoint. The scooter provides riders with various breaking systems that ensure they stop quickly.

The first brake is hand-operated, which activates the rear wheel disc brake. Hand-operated brakes work efficiently, allow you to stop slowly, and are incredibly reliable in most scenarios.

However, if you want to stop quicker (i.e., emergency braking), you could try stomping on the rear fender for more effective stopping power.

The brakes make the X7 Pro perfect for driving in urban settings.

TurboAnt X7 Pro Design and Features

Turboant X7 Pro by the river
Photo Credit: @travel4free Instagram

TurboAnt X7 Pro Build Quality

Even though the Turboant X7 scooter is less expensive, it hasn’t cut some corners regarding build quality and durability.

The scooter’s frame is made from an aluminum alloy that makes it sturdy and robust. However, the material used makes it heavier than other scooters using carbon fiber.

Its solid build allows it to carry more weight than most other scooters making it a huge money saver.

The scooter is quite durable and can be ridden for an extended period without getting damaged. The scooter receives lots of positive feedback regarding its design, reliability, sturdiness, and 275-pound carrying capacity.

Is TurboAnt X7 Pro Waterproof?

The Turboant X7 Pro has an IPX4 water resistance rating.

The rating implies that the internal circuitry is protected from water splashes from any direction, including low-pressure water jets from all angles.

The deck’s grippy material allows riders to use the Turboant X7 Pro in the rain. However, you have to ensure that you dry it off once you go back indoors.


turboant folded and charging
Photo Credit: Turboant.com

The Turboant X7 Pro uses a simple folding design that makes moving the scooter in between locations easier. You could store it easily when it isn’t in use and click it back into action quickly whenever you want to use it.

However, while it is relatively light, it has a thicker stem, making it harder for individuals with smaller hands to transport it. However, this is a minor inconvenience for most people and is soon forgotten after some time. After all, you are meant to ride the scooter, not carry it.


Photo Credit: @turboant_official Instagram

The Turboant X7 Pro has an LED screen installed at the center of the handlebars and is used to monitor the scooter’s critical starts.

The screen tells you your speed, current riding mode (each mode is displayed in a different color), and battery level. The dashboard is excellent since it provides you with all the information without getting in your way.

Wheels and Tires

The scooter has huge 10″ pneumatic tires with excellent shock-absorbing capabilities. They also have a slick tread pattern that makes them great for riding in urban settings.

Also, the large tires also allow you to ride the scooter on rougher terrains when needed.

Ride Quality

man and woman riding with Turboant x7 pro electric scooters and laughing
Photo Credit: @turboant_official Instagram

The Turboant X7 Pro has no suspension, making it a bit rougher to ride. Its big tires compensate for the missing suspension by acting as shock absorbers, especially when riding on rough terrains. However, the Turboant X7 Pro would have a buttery smooth ride if it had a good suspension.

While the scooter can handle rough terrains, you must remember that the tires aren’t explicitly designed for that type of terrain. Thus, it would be a great idea to stick to urban terrain if you would. You could ride it in the park or dirt tracks, but anything rougher than that could be strenuous to you and the scooter.


TurboAnt X7 Pro vs Ninebot Max

Turboant X7 Pro on the left and Segway Ninebot MAX on the right
TurboAnt X7 ProSegway Ninebot MAX
6 hoursRecharge Time6 hours
20 mphMax Speed18.6 mph
20-30 milesMax Range40.4 miles
Disc brake, foot brake, electric brakeBrakesDrum brake, electric brake
33 lbsWeight41.2 lbs
275 lbsWeight Capacity220.5 lbs
10″ tubed pneumatic tiresTires10″ pneumatic tires
42.6″ x 16.5″ x 46.7″Dimensions45.9″ x 18.6″ x 47.4″
42.6″ x 16.5″ x 18.1″Folded Dimension45.9″ x 18.6″ x 21″

TurboAnt X7 Pro vs Xiaomi M365

Turboant X7 Pro on the left and Xiaomi M365 on the right
Turboant X7 Pro vs Xiaomi M365
TurboAnt X7 ProXiaomi M365
6 hoursRecharge Time5 hours
20 mphMax Speed15.5 mph
20-30 milesMax Range18.6 miles
Disc brake, foot brake, electric brakeBrakesDisc brake, regenerative brake
33 lbsWeight27 lbs
275 lbsWeight Capacity220 lbs
10″ tubed pneumatic tiresTires8.5″ pneumatic tires
42.6″ x 16.5″ x 46.7″Dimensions42.5″ x 16.9″ x 44.9″
42.6″ x 16.5″ x 18.1″Folded Dimension42.5″ x 16.9″ x 19.3″
IPX4IP RatingIP54

TurboAnt X7 Pro vs Gotrax G4

Turboant X7 Pro on the left and Gotrax G4 on the right
Turboant X7 Pro vs Gotrax G4
TurboAnt X7 ProGotrax G4
6 hoursRecharge Time4 hours
20 mphMax Speed20 mph
20-30 milesMax Range25 miles
Disc brake, foot brake, electric brakeBrakesDisc brake, regenerative brake
33 lbsWeight37.3 lbs
275 lbsWeight Capacity220 lbs
10″ tubed pneumatic tiresTires10″ pneumatic tires
42.6″ x 16.5″ x 46.7″Dimensions42.3″ x 17.9″ x 47.4″
42.6″ x 16.5″ x 18.1″Folded Dimension42.3″ x 17.9″ x 20.1″

TurboAnt X7 Pro vs Hiboy S2 Pro

Turboant X7 Pro on the left and Hiboy S2 on the right
Turboant X7 Pro vs Hiboy S2
TurboAnt X7 ProHiboy S2
6 hoursRecharge Time3-5 hours
20 mphMax Speed18.6 mph
20-30 milesMax Range17 miles
Disc brake, foot brake, electric brakeBrakesDisc brake, regenerative brake
SuspensionDual rear suspension
33 lbsWeight30 lbs
275 lbsWeight Capacity220 lbs
10″ tubed pneumatic tiresTires8.5″ solid tires
42.6″ x 16.5″ x 46.7″Dimensions45.7″ x 17″ x 47.2″
42.6″ x 16.5″ x 18.1″Folded Dimension45.7″ x 17″ x 19.3″
IPX4IP RatingIP54

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TurboAnt X7 Pro Review Conclusions

The Turboant X7 Pro scooter is impressive for its price. It offers more features than one would expect. The scooter has a fantastic range, is relatively fast, portable, and highly durable. It also has a sturdy frame and can handle heavy commuters.

It’s the best option for people looking to make short city commutes, and the removable battery makes it perfect for individuals looking to commute long distances.

It’s great for both teenagers and adults and first-time scooter riders.

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