Challenger Mobility Scooter Trailer – Review

You have your mobility scooter and have the freedom and independence you love. But have you found that it lacks the cargo space you need? Challenger Mobility Scooter Trailer – Review explores the features and pros and cons of this small trailer.

Maybe you’re out shopping or enjoying the day at an amusement park and need a place to store items you brought with you or purchased. But alas, you have a basket, but it’s not large enough. The Challenger Mobility Scooter Trailer is a solution. What a great added feature for your scooter.

Challenger Mobility Scooter Trailer - Review

Features:

  • Loading Capacity 66 Lbs
  • Compatible With Most Mobility Scooters Equipped With A Rear Seat Bracket With Horizontal Holes
  • Disassembles Quickly For Storage Or Transport
  • Reflectors
  • Cover
  • Powder Coated Steel Frame
  • Loading Capacity 66 Lbs
  • Wheels – Solid Nylon Pneumatic Tires – 16″ X 1.75″

Specs:

  • Product Weight – 26 Pounds
  • Cargo Department Dimensions – 11.5” (D) X 11.5” (W) X 22” (L)
  • Product Dimension 24x17x11.5 Inches

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Pros

  • Comes with Reflectors
  • Cover Included
  • Disassemble for Storage

Cons

  • Learning Curve for Backing Up
  • Poor Assembly Instructions
  • No Lock

Review

The Challenger Mobility Trailer is specially made for the Pride Mobility Scooter but is compatible with most mobility scooters with a rear seat bracket with horizontal holes. With the cargo area measuring 11.5″ (w) x 11.5″ (d) X 22″ (l), it’s large enough to carry some personal items yet small enough to pull behind your scooter.

A red nylon cover is included to keep your items out of the sun on a summer day and out of the rain if the weather turns bad. The load capacity is 66 lbs allowing not only storing small light items but heavier items as well. Mounted reflectors add to its safety-making it easier to see the scooter at night. It comes with large wheels that are 16″ x 1.75″, lending to a smooth ride.

So all that sounds great, but what about the downside. There are a few – the trailer doesn’t come with a lock, so be sure to secure your items with your own lock. It does take some getting used to back up, but with practice, it can be done.

The assembly has been said to be difficult because the instructions lack clarity. If you run into difficulties while assembling, there is a video that shows you how – sometimes it’s easier when you see assembly before and during attempting to do so yourself.

Overall, this is an excellent addition to your scooter. The pros outweigh the cons, as most of them can be overcome. If you’re looking for a place to store your items while you’re out and about, the Challenger Mobility Scooter Trailer is something you should seriously consider.

With all products, features can change, so before purchasing, be sure the features that attracted you to the product are still the same.


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4 thoughts on “Challenger Mobility Scooter Trailer – Review”

    • Hello,
      Thank you for stopping by and for your question. The manufacturer states that the Challenger is compatible with most mobility scooters equipped with a rear seat bracket with horizontal holes. The product dimensions are 24 x 17 x 11.5 inches; If you need further information on compatibility I would suggest contacting the manufacturer. https://amzn.to/3AJjBLS
      Thank you again.
      Debbie

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