Razor E200 vs RX200

So, you are now preparing to buy a new electric scooter. After some searching and by considering your budget, you have finally eliminated all the other models and put Razor E200 and Razor RX200 as your final options. Razor E200 and Razor RX200 indeed stand in a similar price range, with Razor RX200 being on the higher part of the price curve than Razor E200. So, what’s actually the difference between Razor E200 and Razor RX200? Which is the electric scooter model that you better choose? As a matter of fact, these two models are suitable for different purposes. Continue reading below!

Design
You can clearly see that despite the two models are both electric scooters and they have quite similar names, they have different designs. Razor E200 comes with a regular T-shaped head and is somewhat slimmer than Razor RX200. On the other hand, Razor RX200 has branched, curved handle bars, which may appear like the head of a bike. The rear part of the deck is also somewhat bigger. This is apparently because of the rear sprocket drive train and freewheel for coasting. And then, one of the major differences between these two models is also the tires. While Razor E200 comes with regular pneumatic tires and wheels, Razor RX200 features heavy-duty alloy wheels that are equipped with 60 PSI off-road tires. Yes, Razor E200 is meant for on-road use whereas Razor RX200 has been specialized for off-road use. Razor RX200 is slightly heavier than Razor E200. (Read also: Razor E200 vs E100)

Features
Nevertheless, these two models are each equipped with two 12V rechargeable batteries and a 200-W motor that can deliver up to 12 mph speed and 40 minutes continuous usage. Each also has a twist grip control for managing the speed and acceleration, along with the hand-operated rear brake.

Obviously, if you want to go through unpaved roads with your scooter, you should choose Razor RX200. The highly rugged knobby tires are much more durable and reliable. They can take harsh terrain conditions without much problem. Of course, Razor RX200 is also usable on the road. On the other hand, if you push Razor E200 for off-road usage, its tires may break. But it is indeed smoother for usage on the road.

- High-performance motor with speeds up to 12mph
- Powered by a long lasting - rechargeable 24V Seal battery system
- Initial charge time: 12 hours. Charge the battery prior to use
- Recharge time: Up to 12 hours, even if the light turns green
- With the trailblazing new RX200, the ride begins where the pavement ends
- New off-road version of the classic E200 Electric Scooter that we all know and love
- Rip up the trails at speeds up to 12 mph (19 kmh)
- Recommended for ages 13 and older and will support a rider up to 154 pounds

Conclusion
If you want to go on an off-road adventure with your scooter, you should choose Razor RX200. Otherwise, the lighter Razor E200 can give a smoother ride.