Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Review & Comparison

Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Review & Comparison (2021)

Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Review Introduction

All in all, both of these models are very similar in features and performance. However, there are a few key differences, mostly in speed and range offered. As expected, the D5+ offers increased performance in regards to speed and range, however even this is only marginal. As previously mentioned, both models are powered by silent yet powerful 1000W dual brushless motors; this in turn enables top speeds of 38 & 40 mp/h.

Both the D4+ & D5+ further feature head, tail and sidelights – aiding in easy visibility at night for both the rider and any cars or pedestrians. The aluminium alloy frame is both lightweight, sturdy and durable, capable of supporting up to 150 kg (330 lbs). Switch between front, rear and all wheel drive at the press of a button.

As mentioned, these models are extremely similar, even weighing the same at a comparatively heavy 31.7 kg (70 lbs). We say relatively heavy, as most scooters are normally around the 20kg mark; however, 31 kg is still light enough for many riders to transport. Speaking of transportation, both models are easy to fold and ready for transporting in seconds.

The biggest difference between these models is probably the price tag, and even then that’s also very closely tied; with the D5+ costing a little more. One noticeable difference between the two is that the D5+ design looks considerably less clunky, alongside seemingly updated brake discs and sleeker suspension. Lastly, Nanrobot offer up to 1 year warranty on both models, with 180 days warranty for the battery on all official purchases.

Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Specifications


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Make Nanrobot
Model D4+, D5+


Weight 31.7 kg (70 lbs)
Foldable Yes
Foldable Dimensions (LxWxH) 45.2 x 9.4 x 11.8 “
Accessories Yes
Spare parts No

Speed and Performance

Can it be used offroad? No
Cruise control No
Max incline Unspecified
Max weight 330 lbs (150 kg)
Motor size Dual 1000W
Range 45-50 miles (72.4-80 km)
Top speed 38-40 mp/h (61-64 km/h)
Tyre Size 10″
Tyre Type Pneumatic Rubber


Brakes Dual disc
Lights Front and rear
Regenerative braking No
Removable battery No
Seat Installation available, No
Water resistance IP53
Suspension Front & rear

Battery and Charging

Battery size 26Ah 52V
Battery Type Lithium ion
Charging time 6-12 hours

Key Features of the NANROBOT D4+ vs NANROBOT D5+

Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Review & Comparison

NANROBOT D4+ Electric Scooter Features:

Welcome to our Nanorobot D4+ vs D5+ review for 2021. Dual brushless 1000W motors – Switch at the push of a button to control front and rear wheels. Up to 2000W motor power (All-Wheel drive mode). Top speed of up to 38 mp/h. Approx. 45 mile range. 52V 23AH lithium battery with a 6-10 hour charge time. Quick and easy to fold. 6 shock absorbers and 10″ pneumatic tires offer great grip and shock absorption.

Electronic brake system with front & rear dual disc brakes offer great stopping capacity. Capable of tackling a variety of terrains. Strong and sturdy – Max load of up to 330 lbs. Made from lightweight aluminium alloy. Double charging feature allows users to charge twice as fast. A little heavier than most on the market at 31.7 kg. IP53 waterproof rating, riding in heavy rain is not recommended. 1 year warranty offered on all official purchases, with 180 days for battery.

  • Max speed – Approx. 38 mp/h (61 km/h)
  • Max range – Approx. 45 miles (72.4 km)
  • Super strong – Supports up to 150 kg (330 lbs)
  • Optional seat available
  • IP53 waterproof rating
  • Dual brushless 1000W motors  
  • Head, tail & sidelights featured
  • Lightweight aluminium alloy frame
  • Quick & easy to fold, highly portable
  • Front, rear & all wheel drive – Switch at the push of the button

NANROBOT D5+ Features:

Dual brushless 1000W motors – Switch at the push of a button to control front and rear wheels. Up to 2000W motor power (All-Wheel drive mode). Top speed: 40 mp/h, 50 mile max range. 26ah/52V lithium-ion battery. Max load 150 kg (330 lb). Quick & easy to fold. Emergency Braking System: Disc braking enables sharp and smooth braking to aid in preventing collisions, both electrical and manual braking. Seat available. Nanrobot offer 1 year motor warranty alongside 180 days warranty for batteries with all official purchases.

  • Max speed: Approx. 40 mp/h (64 km/h)
  • Max range: Approx. 50 miles (80 km)
  • Super strong – Supports up to 150 kg (330 lbs)
  • Warranty included
  • Optional seat available
  • Dual brushless 1000W motors  
  • Head, tail & sidelights featured
  • Lightweight aluminium alloy frame
  • Quick & easy to fold, highly portable
  • Front, rear & all wheel drive – Switch at the push of the button

Speed, Power & Distance

Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Review & Comparison

Both models offer similar performance regarding speed, power and distance, with both models running on a brushless 1000W motor. Both models also have the capacity to perform at 2000W in all wheel drive mode. Let’s start with the Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ in speed. The D4+ offers a top speed of approx. 38 mp/h (61 km/h), compared to the 40 mp/h (64 km/h) offered by the D5+.

In terms of range, both models offer fairly impressive distances; the D4+ has an approx. range of 45 miles (72.4 km), with the D5+ offering an approx. range of 50 miles (80 km), both very similar and nothing major to set the two apart. Please note that variables such as rider weight, speed, terrain, etc. impact results for both models, resulting in reduced performance.

How fast does it go?

Nanrobot D4+ – 38 mp/h (61 km/h)

Nanrobot D5+ – 40 mp/h (64 km/h)

What age/weight is it suitable for?

Whilst no age range is recommended, we believe this scooter most suited to ages 13+, due to the high top speed and no confirmed speed settings; although there are reports stating that there are 3 “speed indicators”.

However, we can confirm that this strong e-scooter supports a seriously impressive max. weight of up to 150 kg (330 lbs). Please note, heavier riders should expect reduced performance in battery life, max. speed/range, etc.

What is the range/distance?

Nanrobot D4+ – 45 miles (72.4 km)

Nanrobot D5+ – 50 miles (80 km)

D4+ DimensionsD4+ SpeedD4+ RangeD4+ Charging timeD4+ WeightFoldableSmartphone app?Cruise control?
D4+ Suspension Disc brakesD4+ Waterproof ratingLights?
47 x 43 x 8 inchesApprox. 38 mp/h (61 km/h)Approx. 45 miles (72.4 km)10-12 hours31.7 kg (70 lbs)YesNoNoFront & Rear suspensionYesIP53Headlights & brake lights
D5+ DimensionsD5+ SpeedD5+ RangeD5+ Charging timeD5+ WeightFoldableSmartphone app?Cruise control?D5+ Suspension Disc brakesD5+ Waterproof ratingLights?
45.2 x 9.4 x 11.8 inches (Folded)Approx. 40 mp/h (64 km/h)Approx. 50 miles (80 km)10-12 hours31.7 kg (70 lbs)YesNoNoDual Front suspensionYesIP53Headlights & brake lights

Battery Life & Charging

Both models have a relatively long charge time of 10-12T hours, with the battery light flashing red when not fully charged. The battery for both models are expected to last around 2 years under normal years. Nanrobot also offer up to 180 days warranty on the battery for both models on all official purchases.

How long does it take to charge?

Both models: 10-12 hours

2 years expected battery life with 180 days warranty for all official purchases. In terms of expected total riding time, there is no official estimate from Nanrobot. However, we have calculated a rough estimate by dividing total distance by speed which you can read below. Please note, this does not take variables such as rider weight, terrain and other performance impacting factors.

Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Review & Comparison

Battery protection & safety

D4+ estimated battery life at max. speed: Approx. 1 hour 15 mins

D5+ estimated battery life at max. speed: Approx. 1 hour 25 mins

Design and Ergonomics

The design for both models are remarkably similar, however both are clearly up to standard with many eScooter models on the market. Alongside this, riders also have the option for an additional seat upgrade for a little extra.

Both the Nanrobot D4+ & D5+ are designed with portability in mind; further featuring a quick folding mechanism to help you fold/unfold your e-scooter in seconds. The LCD display on the handlebar help you know just how fast you’re going and how much battery you have. This display is conveniently located by the gear shift/accelerator.

On the D4+, we noticed an energy saving mode also located on the handlebar. Whilst this will obviously prolong battery life, we were unable to reach an accurate conclusion as to how much longer this will allow the battery to last, alongside the impact on performance.

Riders will always stay seen and safe at all hours, thanks to the front and rear head/brake lights; furthermore, these models are one of the few scooters to offer a full-wheel drive mode, although with great power comes great responsibility – make sure you’re ready!

What material is it made from?

Both eScooter frame models are fashioned from a relatively lightweight yet durable aluminium alloy. The 10″ pneumatic tires are fashioned from rubber and greatly aid in traction control.

Can it be used as a regular scooter?

Yes – Since there is no auto-locking mechanism when the eScooter runs out of battery, riders will have no trouble using their legs to start moving.

Does it connect to your smartphone via app or Bluetooth?

No – there is no app support mentioned and we were unable to find any Nanrobot mobile app on either iOS or Google Play.

Build quality and ease of use

As previously mentioned, both of these models are a little heavier than most (31 kg / 70 lbs), however both models make up for it with incredible sturdiness and an all round solid build. The materials used in producing these scooters are clearly up there, offering quality front/rear disc brakes and ample/shock absorption.

10″ pneumatic tires aid in both traction control and shock absorption, with rubber comfort grip handles to ensure your hands don’t slip. All the controls are conveniently located on the handlebar near the LCD display; this shows you how much battery you have, your speed and what drive mode you’re in.

The D4+ has the option to switch between power saving mode, and both models also have the capacity to switch wheel drive modes. This ranges from front, rear and all wheel drive, boosting your motor power to 2000W on the latter. As previously mentioned, riders have the option to pay a little extra and acquire an additional seat for their e-scooter.

All in all, when it comes to the D4+ vs D5+, both  offer a very comfortable yet sturdy riding experience and high build quality. However, one thing worth noting is the apparent lack of speed controls, making this one more suited to those who are already seasoned riders.

Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Review & Comparison

Safety and usability on the road

With both front and rear head/brakelights, staying seen and safe on the road won’t be an issue. Furthermore, 10″ pneumatic tires and ample suspension offer increased traction control and shock absorption, allowing for a more comfortable and safer ride. Both the D4+ & D5+ boast top speeds that exceed the average speed limit in most towns (30 mp/h). This helps ensure that you can get a move on when needed, and that you’re not too slow to be a danger on the roads.

With such a long range offered on both models, standing up for the entire duration is a little tiring; as such, Nanrobot also offer an additional seat option at a slightly increased cost, perfect for those longer commutes. All in all, both models are perfectly suitable for roadside use and in fact perform best on flat, even roads.

Is the Nanrobot D4+ / D5+ waterproof?

Both models have an IP53 waterproof rating, meaning that they offer moderate protection against dust and mild water pressure. Whilst water resistance is offered, we wouldn’t recommend riding in storms or submerging your electric scooter for any period of time.  Learn more about IP waterproof ratings here.

Honorary mention: Nanrobot LS7

Although too big of a difference to feature when comparing D4+ vs D5+ models, we believe that the LS7 still deserved an honourable mention. Think of this model as the juiced up cousin of both the D4/D5+; boasting an incredible 100km range, x2 1800W dual drive engines and a potent max. speed of 52 mp/h (85 km/h). Although currently unavailable and nearly double the price of its cousins, the Nanrobot LS7 is definitely worth watching out for.

Restrictions and availability

Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Review & Comparison

With licensed vendors operating in both the US and EU, we believe both models are offered throughout these continents. Whether or not Oceania, Africa and any other locations are covered is another question.

Furthermore, we also recommend you check your local laws and regulations surrounding the legalities of owning and riding these e-scooters, either on your property or on the road.

A final note to conclude: Those savings focused commuters and riders are likely going to favour the slightly cheaper D4+ model; however, those seeking speed and performance will likely best suit the D5+.

The latter definitely does feature a sleeker design with updated brake discs and suspension, although it does also cost a bit more. Either way, these are two high performance e-scooters and aren’t aimed at the casual commuter, so bear that in mind.


Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ Review & Comparison
Welcome to our Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ review & comparison article for 2021. Before beginning, here's a brief summary followed up with the pros & cons of this scooter. Firstly, both models are absolute powerhouses, offering remarkable range, a great top speed and awesome acceleration. Alongside this, riders can also switch from front, rear & all wheel drive at the push of a button. Integrated head, tail & sidelights mean that riders will always be seen and safe, no matter the hour. Although a little heavier than some competitors at 31.7 kg, it's also incredibly durable. Honestly, this is one of the strongest electric scooters we've reviewed, capable of supporting weights of up to 150 kg (330 lbs). However, we'll let you decide whether these models are worth it & which is better, all in the rest of our Nanrobot D4+ vs D5+ review for 2021!
Speed, Power & Distance
Design & Build Quality
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Lithium-ion battery
Dual 1000W motors
Good quality pneumatic tires
Supports up to 150 kg (330 lbs)
Integrated head, tail & sidelights
Lightweight aluminium alloy frame
Remarkable range & top speeds for both models
Front, rear & all wheel drive
Seat available
No mobile app
A little expensive
Long charge times
A little heavy at 31.7 kg (70 lbs)
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