Invacare Orion Mobility Scooter


Invacare Orion Mobility Scooter is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.

Invacare Orion Mobility Scooter

The Invacare Orion is one of our most affordable 8 mph mobility scooter, yet despite this is an extremely impressive mid-sized scooter from a leading manufacturer. With an exceptionally long range, it is a comfortable and reliable choice for those looking to go further, faster.

The Orion is relatively compact for an 8 mph scooter, making it a good choice for those that need speed, but who don't have the storage space for a full-sized scooter. It features all the comfort one would expect from an Invacare scooter, including front and rear suspension, and a high-back padded seat. Additional seat-post suspension is available if wanted. An impressive range of 26 miles means it can go further than most scooters of its class.

The full range of Invacare storage options can be fitted, including a lockable front box and a rear basket. The Orion also has the option for either a windscreen or canopy to be fitted, providing protection from the elements.

A three-wheel variant of the Orion is also available, though it should be noted that this comes with a reduced top speed of 6 mph. Both variants of the Orion have a notably lower weight capacity than many other 8 mph scooters, at just 21 stone, which should be taken into account when ordering.

Recently updated with black tyres, the Orion is now available in red, as well as the traditional blue and silver. Invacare's Orion is a great scooter with a long range and fast speed, yet compact size and affordable cost.

We are also able to offer a small number of ex-demo models at a reduced rate for either purchase or long-term hire; please call our customer service team for more information on this.


Key Features

  • Affordable 8 mph scooter
  • Long range
  • Compact size
  • 3 wheel variant available

Invacare Orion Mobility Scooter is available to purchase VAT free, or why not use your disability allowance to lease it on the Motability Scooter and Powered Wheelchair scheme?