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Front-Wheel Drive All-Terrain Power Wheelchairs

Magic Mobility's front wheel drive off-road power wheelchairs excel at indoor maneuverability thanks to their short wheelbases. Equipped with low-pressure knobby tires, their all-terrain prowess isn't compromised!

Magic Mobility Frontier V4 FWD All-Terrain Power Wheelchair

Frontier V4All-Terrain Power Wheelchair

The Frontier V4 FWD offers a great solution to some of life's trickiest corners. It's designed for those wanting to get around their homes with ease, using desks and tables, or driving frequently.

From $13781

  • FWD layout

Frequently Asked Questions

Your wheelchair should not be driven through puddles or across streams/rivers. It is an electrically powered device, with motors low to the ground.

CRITICAL! Your wheelchair has electric motors and must NEVER be driven through water or into rivers, creeks, or the sea.

The range of Magic Mobility wheelchairs differs depending on usage and build factors including the battery option selected, weather, frequent stops/starts, or long straight drives. Different terrains will also have an impact on power consumption. Our advice is to familiarize yourself during your daily routine and read the battery section in the owner's manual.

Generally, with proper care, all the batteries we supply can last up to three years for normal or moderate wheelchair users. For heavy users who drive long distances or on challenging terrain each day, all the batteries we supply may last up to two years. Please see the owner's manual for further details on batteries and battery care.

Lower tire pressures provide more traction in mud, sand, and snow. For use on firmer surfaces, tire pressures may be increased depending upon the weight of the user, their preferences, and their driving capability. The range of the wheelchair improves with higher pressures. Please refer to your owner's manual for further information.

My local mechanic thinks my tire pressures should be higher so I can move easily from on to off-road.
Tire pressures should be adjusted according to the terrain you are driving on, and there is no such thing as the "right" tire pressure for either on or off-road. When on pavement, a higher tire pressure is better, as the chair will get improved range and similar comfort. If the tire pressure is too high for off-road, it may cause damage to the steering or bearings, and the off-road capability will be significantly reduced. If possible, set the pressure according to the conditions and before you go off-road, reduce the tire pressures. This way, you won't cause any harm if you drive it on the road until you reinflate the tires. We strongly recommend you refer to the owner's manual and don't exceed the pressure ratings in the graphs.