Rascal Ventura

The Rascal Ventura is a robust, comfortable 8 mph scooter that will take you wherever you wish to go. With its modern practical design and state of the art styling the Ventura is a real head turner. Couple this with its delta handlebar, hydraulic tiller adjustment, LED lighting, LCD instrument panel and a USB power outlet the Ventura has all the makings of a contemporary classic.


This 8 mph mobility scooter is the latest model to be launched as part of the Rascal Mobility range. FInished in metallic silver or black with sleek, sporting lines it has a style of it’s own.

The Ventura has been designed with the riders comfort at the top of the agenda. The fully adjustable, well upholstered seat offers support in all the right places. Added to this is the scooters all round suspension system, smoothing out those everyday lumps and bumps on your journey. This is also a very capable scooter. With large 12″ wheels offering an enormous 5″ of ground clearance to cope with rough terrain, the Rascal ventura can carry a rider of 25 stone up to 17.5 miles between charges.

There is a delta tiller, with easy to use controls and a clear LCD display unit to give you all the information you need such as speed and battery level. A complete lighting set with high level front indicators ensures you can see and be seen, and with the addition of an emergency handbrake this a scooter you can feel safe on. There is also the option of a lockable rear pannier box ( shown in the picture ) to store your effects securely.


  • Overall Width : 27.4″ / 69.5 cm
  • Overall Length : 50.4″ / 128 cm
  • Battery : 2 x 12v 50A/H
  • Max. Range : 23 miles
  • Max. Speed : 8mph
  • Maximum user weight : 25 stone / 159 kg
  • Tyres : 12″ / 30 cm
  • Ground clearance : 5.2″ / 13 cm
  • Seat type : Adjustable Captain
  • Turning radius : 60″ / 162 cm
  • Suspension : All round
  • Overall Width : 20″
  • Total weight excluding batteries : 118 kg
  • Colours : Black or Silver


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