Kaabo Wolf Warrior holds a very powerful battery – 60V 35Ah, which results in 2100Wh capacity. How does it translate in miles? Well, according to the manufacturer the maximum range is about 90 miles, but this is possible only if you ride in Eco mode with one engine engaged which limits your top speed to 10 mph. And I believe we can agree that no one buys a Wolf Warrior to ride that slow. If you ride this scooter like it’s supposed to, using speed 3 and turbo mode at times, you can expect range of about 35 -40 miles.
Huge battery comes with a long charging time. If you only have one standard charger you will have to wait 14 hours for a battery to be fully recharged. Luckily, this scooter has two charging ports, so you can get an additional charger and cut this time in half.
Speaking of performance, with two powerful motors, 1200W each, Wolf Warrior devours gravel roads, muddy trails, sand, snow, hills, any terrain that you can access on wheels. For the paved roads without steep inclines, single motor mode is more than enough. Have in mind that a single motor mode is not intended for blasting at full speed all the time, as it can make the scooter overheat and shut off mid-ride. But you can cruise at comfortable 35 mph and save battery. The top speed goes down with battery charge, so when you are around 85% of battery the top speed drops to 47mph. With 160mm hydraulic disc brakes, you will be able to stop safely in an instant.