The Pride Victory is a little more expensive than other mobility scooter models, but comes with some unique features that some users might find very beneficial. For example, the model is laced with LED lighting including curb, rear lights, and directional lights for safer evening use. There’s also a courtesy light under the tiller, so this model is helpful for users who struggle with vision in dimmer settings. The handle also includes a horn to warn others around the scooter of the user’s presence, which is very useful around larger vehicles in the community.
The ground clearance at the very lowest is about 1.5 inches, so this model is not designed for outdoor use, but will get you around comfortably on tile and low profile carpeted surfaces. The chair is fully supportive of the head and neck, which is great for persons with frequent back pain in prolonged sitting. Users should have some mobility and muscle strength capacity to safely sit in the Pride victory. Although the assembly is not too bad, pieces are heavy and the heaviest piece weighs in at about 28 kg.