First I was a Wolf Warrior 11 owner for 2yrs but transporting it anywhere was a nightmare as well as the ridiculously difficult folding mechanism that completely snapped on my first and only wreck. Now the handlebars will suddenly fold while riding it and I have no idea how to get it back to California to fix it I put it to the side and just kept it parked in my living room till I saw the adds for the King and the X. I really wanted the 2000watt duel motor King version but it's almost 4 grand and I just paid 3k for my now broken Wolf Warrior 11 so even though it has everything I want size and power wise it's just too expensive for me right now and I was really mad they went with the same horrible folding mechanism as the Wolf Warrior 11. They had to make a utube video just to show their customers how to do what couldn't be explained in words or pictures. So when I saw the Wolf Warrior X with it's new ingenious and easy to manipulate folding mechanism I was quite intrigued. Although all I could really focus on was the power and size I would be losing: 1,000watts on each motor and the whole scooter is scaled down in size. The first time riding it after the Wolf Warrior 11 it felt like I was riding on a tight rope, since it seems like the board is 25-30% smaller so your feet hang off both sides, and something I used to like doing was putting my feet next to each other on the inclined rear section above the rear lights and bounce up n down on its really bouncy springs as I waited in traffic but I can only get a foot and a half a foot on if I tried on the Wolf Warrior X so that took some getting used to but my concerns about the loss of power were quickly left in the past once I hit the throttle and especially on turbo, even in single motor it takes off like a rocket. I know it's supposed to do 44mph but I've only gotten to 27mph before backing off the throttle cause I was going faster on a smaller scooter and it felt like so much faster. But the smaller size is no longer an issue, everyday you ride you wake up the next day able to drive it better so I no longer even notice the smaller deck or scaled down size, I look at my old one like a tank (before it was broke) heavy and sturdy but not very mobile when folded, (over 100lbs) and wouldn't fit in most trucks but the Warrior X folds up smaller so that it's handlebars don't even reach the back tire and will fit into a compact to take it with you on vacation and only weights 75lbs. I've had mine in the gold version for about two weeks and I'm in love and ready to buy another one of the Warrior X so my friends will have something to ride. I really had no expectations for this scooter when I bought it, I just needed something to ride around on but after owning the X for two weeks now it's delivered as much if not more fun than the Wolf 11 because I feel more secure with the new handlebar locks, no wobble at all, and even though the X only has 10" tires as opposed to 11" the led lights are much more animated and supposedly can be altered via cell n app I haven't used yet but hope to try it out soon but the way they came, alternating four different colors is already cool, it doesn't need to be changed.
Final thoughts: this scooter is still an on road/off road powerhouse that will take you anywhere really quickly or slowly if that's how you feel. This thing overcompincated in every area I thought it would fall short, this is my vote for the scooter of the year right with dualtron storm and king pro, just a few mph slower at top end but nobody goes all out all the time so when it comes down to it, the X rides the same at cruising speed and I haven't met a hill I couldn't tackle yet. This scooter is the best buy when bought on sale for $1,995. Hands down!