Razor RX200 vs E300

In this article, we compare the Razor RX200 vs E300 electric scooters. Both these awesome two wheelers can be a good choice for older kids or teens who want to zoom around on a quick, fun scooter.

But there are some major differences between the two models. Our guide below will help you find which is the most suitable for kids or youths, or even for you!
First we’ve got a quick comparison table of the key features of the Razor RX200 vs E300. Then we look at the main differences between them and the advantages of each scooter, in turn.

Finally, we’ll summarize the pros and cons of both rides, to help you make the right choice.

Main Differences

The main differences between the RX200 and E300 scooters are the size and age of rider that each was designed for, and the type of terrain that each excels on. Read also: Globber Elite Vs Elite Deluxe.

The Razor E300 is the big brother of the RX200 – it supports a 43% heavier rider (220 lbs vs 154 lbs). Thanks to a more powerful motor (250W vs 200W) the E300 has a 25% higher top speed (15 mph vs 12 mph).

The E300 has larger tires (9″ vs 8″) for a more comfortable ride on smooth surfaces whereas the RX200 has knobby off-road tires that provide better traction on rough terrain.

Overall, the Razor E300 is most suitable for older teens and adults whereas the RX200 is an off-road scooter for kids and young teens.

Razor RX200Razor E300

Product Dimensions96 x 59 x 96 inches16.5 x 42.5 x 40 inches
Shipping Weight38.67 Pounds42.99 Pounds
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Advantages of Razor RX200

The RX200 is a mid range scooter for older children, designed for off-road use. It sits in between the E100 and E300 models in Razor’s extensive range. It was our top choice for Off-road Scooter in our recent review of the best electric scooters for kids.

The RX200 has several advantages over the E300:

Off-road knobby tires – provide more grip on uneven surfaces and for off-road riding
Revised gear ratio – produces higher torque to help ride more easily up slopes and rough ground
Heavy duty alloy wheels – more rugged so should last longer if riding off-road frequently
Unique rear disc brakes – provide better drifting and stopping power.

Lower top speed (12 mph vs 15 mph) – makes it less scary/risky for kids and younger teens, especially off-road when the trail may not be well defined.

Advantages of Razor E300

The Razor E300 won our Ultimate Choice award in a recent review of the best electric scooters for kids. Note: The Razor E300S is identical, except that it has a (removable) seat which is good for those who prefer to sit.

The E300 is a larger, faster scooter for teens or adults, and maybe younger teens who want more of an adrenaline rush. It has quite a few advantages over the RX200:

  • Faster top speed (15 mph vs 12 mph) and quicker acceleration for extra thrills.
  • Larger frame and more powerful motor – can cope with a much heavier rider (up to 220 lbs) which makes the E300 ideal for most youths and many adults.
  • Larger tires – for more comfort and stability.
  • Four color options (the RX200 only comes in green) – more chance of choosing your ideal color.

Razor RX200 vs E300

- 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)
- Features off-road tires, disc brake and a new gear ratio for high-torque trail riding, making it off-road ready right out of the gate
- With its super-sized deck and frame, the Razor E300 electric scooter is ready to roll for teen and adult riders up to 220 pounds (100 kg)
- Powered by a 250-watt, high-torque, single-speed, chain-driven motor that delivers a top speed of up to 15 mph (24 km/h)
- Rechargeable 24V (two 12V) sealed lead-acid battery system provides up to 40 minutes of continuous use
- Features an all-steel frame and fork for a solid ride that stands up to rugged use


Both these scooters are popular models from Razor and the MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) is the same. They are quite similar in size and share some of the same features. So which is the best?
In our view the answer depends partly on whether you need a scooter that copes well on most surfaces (E300) or one that is designed especially for off-road use (RX200).

However, there is also a big difference in the maximum weight that each scooter supports. With a limit of 154 pounds, the RX200 is aimed at kids aged 10 to around the mid teens. If they prefer a good all rounder instead, the Razor E200 is a better choice – it is very similar to the RX200, but without its off-road specific features.

Heavier people will need to choose the E300 with its much higher limit of 220 pounds – enough to cope with the weight of almost all teens and many adults. The higher top speed is also better suited to older riders.