Hear me out.
This is the 3rd scooter I've been through. So I'm trying to preserve and protect it at all costs. Pretty in-depth review (nit-picking every little thing).
I received this scooter and out of the box it had some issues...
The first issue was the front tire came flat. I tried inflating it but it wouldn't so I elevated it and it inflated just fine. It went flat after 3 miles of riding, not sure what happened but I took it to a repair shop and they reinflated it. At least the tires are tubeless and have a sealant to help prevent flats (which are the worst). Hasn't gone flat since, knock on wood.
Second issue. The horn doesn't work. Minor issue, oh well. People find it annoying on bike paths anyway so I'd recommend getting a bike bell or something similar. Also, the eco light around the button doesn't work but oh well, minor issue.
Third issue. The rear brake was defective, however, I took it to a repair shop and it just needed brake fluid.
Fourth issue. The stem was CREAKY and WOBBLY. However, this was fixed by tightening the clamps and spraying some lithium grease inside the steering tube where it folds.
Also, suspension is super stiff (which isn't a bad thing necessarily) but I'm confident it will soften up after a few hundred miles. I'm also pretty light at 145 lbs.
Other than that, this vehicle is FANTASTIC. It goes screaming fast and the torque from the motors is insane. I haven't done a range test yet however I've never run out of battery from riding pretty aggressively and in real-world conditions for several hours.
Some suggestions I could make for a future model:
Obviously, Dualtrons are known for stem creaks and wobbles but it would be great if they could fix that.
The EY3 display is great and easy to read but is starting to look a little dated (minor issue).
Wish the handlebars were a little bit higher and wider handlebars. They don't seem super low since I'm not that tall (5'7) however for someone taller I could see it being an inconvenience. Not really any point in foldable handlebars on a not-so-portable scooter being 104 pounds (Don't lift by yourself if you don't have to).
Wish the kickplate was a little bit less steep but I got used to it.
Add some front turn signals maybe higher up on the handlebars (like the Segway GT2) so cars can see it easier. Also, a high-mounted headlight would be nice.
Adjustable spring suspension would be nice, however, I know there are rubber cartridges that can be swapped out. It looks like a bit of work to do this, however.
A better IP rating would be nice, like IPX6 or 55 but who like's riding in the rain anyways? I've heard light rain is okay but I tend to air on the side of caution.
Wish it came with a fast charger (84V 5A) since a 40Ah battery pack with a 1.4A charger will take about 28 hours to charge (not ideal). With a 5A charger, it would take 8 hours from empty to full.
Some sort of security feature like a key or fingerprint reader would be nice, to deter thieves. Obviously, nothing is 100% safe but at least this would help maybe a little bit.
The tires that come stock with the scooter aren't bad, however, some PMT street tires would probably smoothen the ride out a lot. Eventually, 12 or 13-inch tires would be nice for bumps, potholes, and just better geometry for the wheels.
Better brakes like 4-piston Logan brakes or Magura brakes would be nice. Nutt brakes are solid and better than zoom brakes however I would want the best brakes I can get for 4000$.
A steering damper to come STOCK with this scooter would be amazing. I haven't taken it to high speeds (40+MPH) but I'm afraid of speed wobbles.
Now Voromotors claims they do a "quality check" before shipping items out, and I'm a bit skeptical of this considering the 4 issues out of the box. There is a possibility of shipping damage due to neglect; however, it seems risky to ship such a large box across the country. If I were buying a scooter, I'd want to go in person first and check it out going forward. I'd also want to buy it from the shop to avoid the whole shipping bs. There aren't too many dealer locations out there yet, however.
Voromotors was very responsive and helpful when it came to dealing with the issues and providing solutions so props to them. Still giving them 5 stars despite the problems.
But all in all, it's a great scooter. It's almost a motorcycle and not really a scooter in my opinion. It turns heads, has insane power, has amazing lights, and has great build quality.