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There is more confusion surrounding the E325 than any other scooter thanks to some outdated product information on Amazon. When comparing the Razor E300 vs E300s vs E325 there is only 1 real difference which is that the E300s is the seated model.
More on the E325 below…
Razor E300 (E300s E325)
|Tires||10" Pneumatic rubber|
|Top Speed||15 mph|
|Brakes||Hand operated rear|
|Max ride time/distance||40 min|
|Max Rider Weight||220 lbs|
Razor E325 Facts
At one time, both the E300 and E325 were sold with variable throttles instead of 1 speed (on/off) throttles. However, the E325 product description on Amazon states that it does have a variable speed throttle and it costs about $50 more.
When reading through the customer reviews it’s clear that the product does not match the description, and to compound the confusion the Q&A has unclear answers regarding this question.
To get the facts straight I emailed Razor customer support and have included a copy of their reply:
As confirmed by Razor, the E300 and E325 are the same with a single speed throttle and the E300s differs with the inclusion of a removable seat.
Hopefully this sets the record straight on the difference between the E300 vs E300s vs E325.
Amazon has some great deals on the Razor E300 and E300s
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Awesome! Thank you, I have been looking for this information. Any idea of what version numbers for the E300 had the variable control? Did these versions also have the 300 watt motor?
They all had the 300W motor so that’s the easy part. For the variable throttle it appears it was versions 8-19 with the 5 wire throttle. This site shows the different throttles for the different versions http://www.electricscooterparts.com/razore300.html
There’s a comment in the support forums on that site about the different throttles (http://support.electricscooterparts.com/support/discussions/topics/1000039624)
“The Razor E300/E325 5-wire throttle with power indicators can not replace the 4-wire throttle without power indicators because the 5-wire is a variable speed throttle and the 4-wire is an on/off type throttle.”
Thank you for explaining the difference (or lack there of) between the E300 and e325. This was well written and exceptionally helpful. ¡Gracias!