Here’s another short movie from our ‘Feature Highlight’ series, which focuses on the comfort and posture advantages of the Quingo Scooter range, which combine to make every journey as comfortable and effortless as possible.
So far we have showcased the agility, manoeuvrability and stability advantages of a 5 wheel scooter when compared to their traditional 3 or 4 wheel counterparts. Independent testing revealed that the 5 wheel Quingo had a smaller turning radius than comparable length 4 wheel equivalents in every case.
In this movie, we look at how adopting a healthy and comfortable sitting position on any scooter is only possible when all permutations of adjustment are available and set correctly for each individual. Whilst many 3 and 4 wheel scooters have some of these adjustments, the Quingo range has them all. This data is backed by the Davis Associates Anthropometric/Posture review. This adaptability means precisely the right scooter for you whether you are 4’ or 6’6” (122cm to 198cm).
The typical foot area on a traditional 4 wheeler is approximately 33cm (13″). With the Quingo Classic as an example, it is up-to 59cm (23″). A staggering 80% more foot area than on a vehicle of comparable length. The entire range also enjoys ‘intuitive feet forward position’. On top of this, Quintell Adaptive foot-plates offer leg independent adjustment in multiple planes to ensure a safe, natural and comfortable ride whatever your dimensions.
Comfort means having controls exactly where you want them. The Quingo’s dampened quick release steering column allows the steering controls to be set at precisely the right angle and distance. The Quingo Vitess and Toura also feature self levelling tiller controls with digital easy read illuminated displays. Release the latch located under the throttle control and the entire steering column smoothly swings away for easy access on or off the vehicle.
The Quingos remarkably smooth ride and dynamic stability is enhanced further on the mid and long range models by two independent suspension systems. The front system complements Quintell’s unique stability technology while the rear arrangement is assisted by a duel spring system fixed directly to the sub frame. The Quingo Vitess and Toura suspension features adjustable settings that can be adapted to users’ requirements. The result is a smooth, cushioned sensation minimizing the lumps and bumps of every day driving.
These are just some of the comfort features of Quingo. Enjoy our short video and if you would like more information about other features or receive a free brochure, please call our friendly team today on FREEPHONE 0800 731 3376.