US MSRP: $2,595
Pricing may vary internationally -- please contact us for international pricing details.

The Amigo RT Express features an open and streamlined design to simplify your life and fits into most vehicle trunks, without taking the platform apart.

With the narrow wheel width, the RT Express can be used in the narrowest of hallways, making it ideal for use in any indoor environment.

Features

  • Rear drive
  • Color options: classic red, midnight black, true blue
  • Travel surfaces: indoor/outdoor surfaces such as grass, gravel, carpeting, linoleum
  • Battery capacity: 22 miles (35.5 km)
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs (113.4 kg)
  • Speed: 0-5 mph (0-8 kph)
  • Rear wheel width: 20.5 (52.1 cm)
  • Turning radius: 33 in (83.8 cm)
  • Black rear safety bumper with stability wheels
  • Infinitely adjustable handle maximizes individual steering comfort
  • 360-degree rotation and adjustable/removable flip-up arms
  • Amigo limited lifetime warranty
  • 2.67 in (6.78 cm) ground clearance

 Options

  • RTX Junior model, great for smaller frames under 5'2 -- features a 3 in (7.6 cm) shorter platform; standard platform length is 41.5 in (105.4 cm)
  • Amigo Shabbat - Halachically-approved option for Orthodox Jewish Shabbat observance
  • Also available with power seat lift option for maximum comfort and function -- contact us to see which power seat lift is the best choice for you.

 

$2,334.00

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