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Best Electric Scooters in Canada

O Canada! We Found the Best Electric Scooters Available.

Electric scooters are everywhere now. You could purchase or rent them, but they are available to anyone commuting around their city. I live in Kitchener and see electric scooters for rent all over the place. More and more people have decided to rent or purchase them for fun or for traveling around.

There are several reasons why owning a scooter in Canada makes sense.

Why Should I Purchase An Electric Scooter in Canada

First, it’s a great way to commute to work. Though electric scooters aren’t initially cheap, they are cheaper to maintain and operate. An electric scooter is a great way to get around if you live close to work. You have to remember to charge them the night before you use it, or it won’t be much good.

Second, they’re lots of fun. Nothing is like the wind blowing in your hair as you ride into the sunset on your electric scooter. Electric scooters are great for enjoying those beautiful sunny summers, strolling along a beach boardwalk, or through the trails in your neighborhood.

Lastly, electric scooters are better for the environment and your city overall. You on a scooter means one less car on the road, which is better for traffic and the planet. It’s just a win-win for everyone.

Before we get to the best scooters on the Canadian market today, I want to give you some pointers on choosing the best scooter for you. You should be aware of these things before you make your purchase.

What Makes a Great Electric Scooter

The five things you should know before purchasing an electric scooter are its design, range, power, top speed, and additional features. We’ll break down each of these categories in this article.


The design of the scooter is essential for several reasons.

First, it’s the style of your scooter. A kid’s scooter is more brightly coloured, while adult scooters are more natural in colour. The scooter’s design is how it will look and you want to choose a style that matches your taste.

Yet a scooter’s design determines more than just its colour; it also determines its suspension, wheel size, led lights, and handlebars. These things are essential in choosing the right scooter for you. Most of the design has to do with individual taste, but not all these design features are just for looks.

Your wheel size will specify the types of terrain you can travel through, and the brightness of your lights will determine how safe it is to travel at night. The type of handlebars has to do with comfort, and the same is true with the width of the platform for standing.

It’s vital to understand all of the design features the scooter you’re looking to purchase offers. 


The range is essential because it determines how many kilometers you can travel on a single battery charge.

Most electric scooter manufacturers quote the range in perfect circumstances. This means that each electric scooter will probably never travel at the quoted range, but knowing the range gives you a better perspective of how far you can travel on a full battery. 

The more extended range, the more money you will spend. If traveling a longer distance is important to you, then purchase a scooter with the most extensive range. 


The power of your electric scooter is another vital feature. Most scooters have brushless electric motors attached to the wheels. These motors come in either dual or single. Dual motors will provide you with more power which will give you more speed.

Adults shouldn’t purchase a scooter with less power than 250 watts. If you are planning on climbing steep hills, then I would suggest purchasing a scooter with 500 watts.

If you want a scooter that’s unstoppable and can climb hills with ease, then choose an electric scooter with a dual motor that has a combined wattage of 1000.

When considering the power of your scooter, I would suggest purchasing the most power you can afford. Even if you’re not planning on climbing hills or riding through rough terrain, having the most power is better overall.

Top Speed

The top speed of your electric scooter is obvious. It’s how fast it will travel when the throttle is wide open. In Canada, you cannot travel faster than 32 km/h as a general rule, but this may be different based on your individual city.

It’s important to check out your Canadian city’s laws before purchasing an electric scooter.

Additional Features

Additional features are specific features that you may be looking for in your electric scooter. This includes signal lights, brake lights, LED light strips, mirrors, storage bags, or anything extra you may need.

Remember, if the scooter you want doesn’t have the extra features you want in a scooter, you could also purchase them separately and add them later.

Electric Scooter Laws in Canada

Before we list the best electric scooters in Canada, I thought it was important to highlight the laws for driving an electric scooter in Canada. Of course, these laws are general to the country, and you should look up your induvial laws for where you live. If not uncommon for these laws to change slightly based on your city.

In most of Canada, e-scooters are considered power-assisted bicycles. This means that the laws for riding an electric scooter are similar to riding a bike.

The law I want to highlight is the speed you can travel. You cannot exceed 32 km/h.

Below are some links to help you determine the specific laws for riding your electric scooter. You can use the comment section below and add links to your city or town laws to help others research before buying an electric scooter.

The Best Electric Scooters in Canada

Below you’ll find our list of the best Electric Scooters. This list is ever-growing and evolving, so we will change it as needed.

As for now, you’ll find the best e-scooter options available in Canada.

EVERCROSS EV08E Electric Scooter

Most Affordable

The EVERCROSS EV08E Electric Scooter is a great affordable electric scooter. A 350-watt motor powers it, and can travel at top speeds of 24 km/h. This scooter is compact and easy to transport. Its range is 32 kilometers, perfect for traveling around your town or city.

The EVERCROSS Electric Scooter comes with a bright LED headlight and taillights. It also includes an easy-to-read LCD screen with all the necessary information.

The great thing about purchasing an EVERCROSS electric scooter is that you can customize it as you wish. They offer lots of different add-ons for your scooter after you’ve purchased it.

Hiboy S2 MAX Electric Scooter

The Hiboy S2 MAX Electric Scooter is a city commuter. It has a 500-watt motor that can travel 30 km/h and has a range of 60 km.

The design of this scooter is great. It’s sleek and compact. It can easily be folded up and stored away when not in use.

I love that this scooter isn’t just a pretty face. It has some very neat technology built into it. It comes with what you expect and what you wouldn’t expect. The large LCD screen on the handlebars gives you all the necessary control. You can turn on the lights, enable cruise control, and see your speed and battery life. It’s all there, and it’s easy to use.

The battery on this scooter is also what sold me on it. It charges fast – in about 6 hours. It also holds its charge for a long time – you’ll get around 60 km of scooter time. Of course, you never really know with a battery, but I found it very reliable.

This is a great scooter and perfect for traveling around the city or heading to work. If you’re looking for a scooter in Canada, I suggest you take a long look at the Hiboy S2 MAX.

Segway Ninebot MAX

I just love riding the Segway Ninebot MAX electric scooter. It’s such a smooth ride and so easy to operate. This is an excellent scooter for traveling to work or riding for fun.

This scooter has a battery capacity of 551Wh. It comes with an 800-watt motor, giving you plenty of power to go anywhere. The top speed of the Segwat Ninebot is 30 km/h, which is plenty of speed, and the total range is 65 km.

This is a fantastic electric scooter that checks off all the boxes for me. The brakes work well, the LED light is very bright, and it’s comfortable to ride.

This is a great scooter.

STAKYOMO Off-Road Electric Scooter

Most Powerful

We added this electric scooter for anyone looking for a scooter to hit the trails. This is a beast of an electric scooter with a 5600W motor and a max load of 440 pounds.

This is a perfect off-roading scooter for those who want to take it on hiking trails and see the outdoors.

This scooter will travel 80 km/h and has a total range of 96 km. With a large battery, it will take some time to recharge (10 hours), but you’ll get a lot of distance from a single charge.

This scooter has dual hydraulic shock absorbers, dual oil disc brakes, an LCD dashboard, dual bright headlights, and 11″ off-road vacuum tires. Again, this is a beast of an electric scooter. One feature you’ll love on this scooter is the seat. Having a seat allows you to drive the scooter long distances. When you’re tired of standing, you can have a seat.

This isn’t going to be the scooter for city driving, but if you own a farm or are looking for a trail scooter, this is probably your best bet. It’s got incredible power and tons of fantastic features.

Razor EcoSmart Metro Electric Scooter

The last scooter on this list looks like a bike, and a scooter had a baby. It’s the Razor EcoSmart Metro and the perfect electric scooter for driving around the city. This scooter comes with 16″ air-filled tires and a 500w high-torque motor. You can travel at a top speed of 29 km/h and a total range of 19 km.

I love the broad base on this scooter, and the basket on the back is useful for picking up and delivering parcels. It is built with a beautiful steel frame and a laminated bamboo deck.

Overall, this is an excellent scooter for commuting and city driving, and it would also make a great scooter for delivering food in a city.


We searched the internet high and low, and these are Canada’s best available electric scooters.

E-scooters aren’t just practical but a lot of fun. It’s a great way to get outside and enjoy the Canadian summers.

Before you purchase an e-scooter, renting one in your town or city may be best to see if it’s a right fit for you. Electric scooters are a lot different than riding a bike, and it does take time and practice to master them.

After some time, you’ll be getting from point A to point B with ease.

What do you think?


Written by Andy Peterson

Andy Peterson is an author and writer for He has lived in Canada his entire life. He enjoys exploring the country and traveling from coast to coast. Andy is an expert in knowing how to LIVE THE NORTH and enjoys sharing his experiences with living in the True North.

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