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Vita Midi 4 Mobility Scooter 1 Vita Midi 4 Mobility Scooter 2
Vita Midi 4 Mobility Scooter
Priced from £2,199.00
What we say

Four-wheeled Class 3 mobility scooter. Options: range of colours available.


First Choice Mobility Ltd


UKS Mobility.com



TGA Mobility Ltd




Mobility Smart

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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

The 4-wheel TGA Vita Midi brings to market ground-breaking developments in compact mobility scooter technology. Taking cutting edge styling, comfort and performance to the next level, the Vita Midi 4 now offers a compact option within the Vita family that has already proven to be a leading choice across the UK. As with all Vitas from TGA, it utilises engineering techniques from the motorcycle industry, incorporates state-of-the-art styling and has all round suspension with a revolutionary rear mono shock absorber. It provides comfort for an owner weighing up to 135kg (300lbs) and has a top speed of 8mph (12.8km/h) delivered by a powerful 500w motor. As the chassis is more streamlined and the turning circle has been reduced to a mere 1200mm (47Â"), it provides superb manoeuvrability around town and boasts a 22 miles (35km) range with standard batteries which is impressive for a compact scooter. Its dynamic looks and stunning alloy wheels are perfect for end users who prefer a vehicle that does not resemble a traditional mobility scooter and makes a unique visual statement when driven. Tel: 01787 882244 Email: orders@tgamobility.co.uk www.tgamobility.co.uk

Manufacturer's Contact Details


Heartway USA

c/o TGA Mobility

Woodhall Business Park





01787882244 sales@tgamobility.co.uk

Key Features

  • alloy wheels and shock absorbers
  • adjustable seat height
  • orthopaedic, swivelling seat
  • LED lights including indicators
  • adjustable LCD tiller
  • 50Ah batteries

Product Dimensions

Power and Function
Range 35km

Product Specification

No product specification has been specified.


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