Ninebot Gokart PRO marries aesthetics and performance. Its racecar-inspired design has won four major global design awards and has been lauded by global designers.
Four Driving Modes
The PRO features four driving modes suitable for beginners and professionals:
4.97 mph – Safety Mode
11.2 mph – Regular Mode
17.4 mph – Sports Mode
23.0 mph – Race Mode
Auto Hold System
The PRO’s automatic holding system helps prevent slippage when the vehicle is parked uphill or on a slope.
I got a question can tall people like 6 feet tall can drive those because I’m 6.5 😅
Hello Tyriek, thank you for your message. The maximum height requirement for the Segway Ninebot PRO Electric GoKart is 74.8 in/6.2 feet/190 cm. We invite you to check out our similar models that include your height requirement. You may consider the Hyper Gogo GoKart Kit & Hoverboard Combo which features a maximum height requirement of 79 in/6.6 feet/ 200 cm and a max load of 198 Lbs.
My three boys loved this toy! Easy to assemble and grows with age with the youngest at the smallest settings and the next two older ones in-between with lots of space to get taller. Once the safety features are completed, the Ninebot GoCart unlocks the faster speed and away they can go, racing each other during the lockdown instead of being on the peripherals all day. Fun meter is at all time high! Great deal during Black Friday sale.
Great toy! Set up was easy and charge is quick. Everyone has a blast driving. Love the different driving modes for different ages/ beginners
My son loves it. Fast enough … but not too fast. Decent battery life. Doubles as a stand alone segway. This is a really nice gift if you have the spare change To afford it. It is rather pricey. That would be my only knock.
These really are the Tesla of go karts. Got these for my 14 year old twin boys. Didn’t realize how fast 23 MPH was. There are slower modes for smaller kids but they still need to have a good grasp of how to operate.
My only complaint would be the tutorials kept freezing up so it took a while to complete the “training” and I wish the flag pole was a little higher with a brighter colored flag for visibility. The plastic flag started to rip after the first ride.
The battery also seems to be pretty accurate. They ride them pretty hard for 30-40 minutes at a time and normally have about half the battery life remaining.