Teverun claims their newest flagship scooter, the Teverun Fighter Supreme 7260R, is “not only the best scooter ever produced by Teverun, but it could also be considered the best scooter available to the public.” That’s a pretty bold claim, and in this review we’ll unpack some of the impressive and not-so-impressive things about this scooter. Overall, we liked the huge tires, overall aesthetics and excellent customer service from Superscoots, but were disappointed by the noisy fenders and questionable stability at high speeds.
The only scooter we’ve tested with a battery larger than the 7260R is the Dualtron X Limited, so it’s worth comparing the two. The X Limited has a gargantuan battery of 5040 Wh, 720 Wh larger than the 7260R. Both scooters have similar top speeds in the 63 – 65 mph range, and are also priced similarly at the time of writing (around $6k). The 7260R’s main advantage is the weight, which at 141 lbs is over 40 lbs lighter than the X Limited.
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Teverun Fighter Supreme 7260R – Specs
- Battery: 72V, 60Ah (4320Wh)
- Motor: 2000W * 2 (Peak 15,000W)
- Stated Range: 124 miles
- Stated Max Speed: 74.5 mph
- Tested Top Speed: 64 mph
- Tested No-Load Speed: 96 mph
- Weight: 141 lbs
- Charge Time: 12 hours
- Max Load: 330 lbs
- Water Rating: IPX5
- Tire: 13″ x 5″
- Handlebar Width: 26″
- Handlebar Height: 39″
- Deck Width: 9.75″
- Deck Length: 21.5″
- Clearance: 9″
Teverun Fighter Supreme 7260R – Acceleration Data
- 0 – 10mph: 1.19s
- 0 – 20mph: 2.62s
- 0 – 30mph: 4.18s
- 0 – 40mph: 6.37s
- 0 – 50mph: 10.03s
- 0 – 60mph: 20.77s
- 0 – 62mph: 23.39s
Teverun Fighter Supreme 7260R – Features
- Integrated brake lights + turning signals
- Plastic fenders
- Adjustable 165mm KKE hydraulic suspension (front + rear)
- 4-piston hydraulic brakes
- 180mm brake discs
- 2 x 90A Sine Wave controllers
- 3.5” TFT display
- Electronic NFC Lock
- 84V 5A charger
What We Love about the Teverun Fighter Supreme 7260R
Needless to say, a 4320 Wh battery on an electric scooter is HUGE. They claim it will last for 124 miles of range, but we would be happy if it even got half of that. As mentioned above, the only other scooter you can really compare this to is the Dualtron X Limited, if you’re looking for super-long trips.
We like that the 7260R ships with a 5A charger. Many scooters come with 1.5A or 2A chargers, and fast chargers cost extra. We also love that there are charging ports on both sides of the deck, which makes it much more convenient to park the scooter and charge without having to drape cables over the deck of the scooter.
We were very pleased with the customer service we received from superscoots.ca; they answered the phone quickly whenever we had an issue and were able to address most of our concerns.
What We Hate About The Teverun Fighter Supreme 7260R
We found the Teverun 7260R to be fine at speeds lower than 30 mph, but past that the stability was questionable at best and dangerous at worst. Despite the two steering dampers, the steering column felt wobbly and the scooter felt like it was sliding out from under us when accelerating into a curve on slightly bumpy terrain.
The fenders on the first version of the 7260R only 2 contact points, leaving the rest of the fenders to flop around. The version we received had 3 contact points per fender, which slightly improved it, but the fenders still make a lot of noise, especially when riding over bumps. This is seriously annoying, and seems like a easy fix.
We found the app to be glitchy and slow, and sometimes downright non-functional. For example, when Andrew was trying to change the speed modes using his phone, the scooter wouldn’t update and he had to manually enter it into the display as well. We have seem comments from more recent 7260R buyers that the app has improved considerably.
Poor Kick Plate Design
We had a few issues with the kick plate – number one, the kick plate has a small notch in the center (used for latching the scooter when folding) that is awkward to stand on. You have to stand to the right or left side, or get used to having something directly in the center of your foot. The second issue is that there is no easy way to lift the scooter using the kick plate as a handle, because the rear light is mounted directly behind the kick plate.
Underwhelming Horn, Lights
Two very important safety features on a scooter capable of motorcycle-speeds are a motorcycle-grade horn, and car-grade headlights. The 7260R has neither. Besides the steering column stability, this is probably the biggest issue we see with this scooter.
While the 4-piston hydraulic brakes provide good stopping power, the tires are made of a very hard rubber compound which makes the rear tire very likely to slide out if you pull the rear brake hard. Great for power slides, not great for safe stopping.
The Freshly Charged Take
Overall, we would recommend holding out for future editions of this scooter. Teverun seems to be really good at taking feedback from the community, and they are constantly adding and upgrading things to the scooter. We hope to see the next iteration come with stronger lights, a louder horn, and greatly improved high-speed stability.
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