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Solowheel X3: Lada or Tata motors.

Good to learn on, at your own risk and peril.

Inmotion V5F series: Lotus Elise. Quick, agile and maneuverable. A bit too quick for a beginner.

Ninebot One series. Early Jeeps. Little tanks, can take a beating but limited in range, speed, comfort. Great to learn on.

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V3 Pro - Corrola, not a performance vehicle, but reliable and a good vehicle to learn on

G3 - souped up Honda Civic/Prelude. quick, nimble and fun to operate. 

V10 - Raptor with a small gas tank. Fun as anything else and tackles everything. F model addresses gas tank issue. 

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Ninebot Z10 - American muscle car.

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Cool! Keep them coming!

KS16S ? Bimmer 3 series?

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3 hours ago, pico said:

Cool! Keep them coming!

KS16S ? Bimmer 3 series?

No way. BMWs aren't very well put together and cost a lot in parts.

I think the KS16S is more akin to the Toyota Corolla, with high reliability, a good enough engine, predictable handling, moderate price, and ubiquitous.

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On 2/1/2019 at 2:13 PM, gon2fast said:

V3 Pro - Corrola, not a performance vehicle, but reliable and a good vehicle to learn on

I think of my V3 Pro as a Nissan March - a cutesy, non-threatening vehicle that's fun but won't get you anywhere fast. It does put a smile on my face though!

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On 1/29/2019 at 12:38 PM, pico said:

Inmotion V5F series: Lotus Elise. Quick, agile and maneuverable. A bit too quick for a beginner.

I have a Lotus Elise, and learned to ride on a V5F (Glide 2 Lite).

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Solowheel classic: Jeep CJ (solid, pioneer of a genre) 

Solowheel xtreme: Jaguar E-type (gorgeous and way ahead of its time - 18")

KingSong 16b: Ford Bronco (wide, stiff, short... comfort like a LEGO brick)

Inmotion V8: Mazda Miata (sleek, versatile, pretty... good for everything except cross country drives)

Gotway MSX: “Mammoth Car” from Speed Racer

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I see the KS16S more like a VW Golf/Jetta.

Nikola = Audi All-road

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V8 = VW Golf GTi

18L = Civic sedan

18XL = CR-V

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I have ridden only on KS16S. I can't say about other wheels.  The feeling is exactly the same as a Tesla Model 3: smooth and quiet acceleration!  Both vehicles are extremely fun.  

 

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Gotway Mten3:   Not comparable to a car!  More to a Go-Kart!   

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When I got my 16S two years ago, I compared my previous wheel Lhotz to an early 80’s Corolla, and the 16S to a Tesla car.

Now that I’ve ridden past 8000km on the MSX, the 16S feels like a 10 year old Hyundai i20.

The MSX though... it’s a Hummer. Although it’s also fast. Turbo-Hummer?

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Am I the only one who trashed my first wheel so much it's barely moving? :D

Updated comparisons:

KS16S: image.png.75f4964a7c87af41355612acf6563793.png

MSX: TlLv52I.jpg

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Gotway Mten 3 - Opel Tigra (first model, ), very fun to ride,as a go-kart, for short distances 

Z10 - Peugeot 207CC, a pure pleasure of riding /driving 

P.S. I compare only vehicles which I have or I had driven.

Edited by Ch.Eng.62

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KS 14d - Miata

MSX - Buick Grand National GNX

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Gotway Tesla - Tesla model 3 

Gotway Nikola - Tesla model S 

(I don't have any knowledge on cars quality and brands, feel free to correct me but I just found it fun to link these brands because... you know...) 🙃

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