For all Mini Crosser M-models, the following applies:
DS / EN 12184
5th edition 2014-05-09 which is the newest standard. Highlighting the following ISO independently:
ISO 7176-19: 2008
Wheeled mobility devices for use as seats in motor vehicles, i.e. the Mini Crosser can be used as a seat in the car.
ISO 10542-1: 2013-01-28 Issue 2
Clamping and safety restraint systems for wheelchairs
ISO7176-8: 2002
This standard states that the seating system must withstand the maximum user weight of the scooter. The ERGO2 is tested for this standard, in other words the Mini Crosser is constructed to support a maximum user weight of 175 kg, so the seat and armrest must be able to cope with this weight; each armrest must cope with a weight of 95 kg at a 15-degree angle 5 cm from the end of the armrest.
DIN EN 1122 Biocompatibility
Testing the seats and armrests.
Technical specification

User weight
The standard Mini Crosser is constructed to support up to 175 kg. The HD Version supports up to 250 kg; the seat is also tailored to fulfil this purpose. By removing the CE mark and the possibility of special adaptations, the Mini Crosser can be constructed to support a max. weight of 300 kg.

There are three different transaxles, each with their advantages and disadvantages:
10 km, powerful enough for use on hilly terrain
15 km, best for use on flat terrain, but can also be used for crosscountry.
13 km, combination; it has less traction than the 10 km version, but is stronger than the 15 km version.
All transaxles have a mounted thermal sensor to prevent heat damage.
At 140C, the speed is set to 60%. At 150C, the Mini Crosser stops.

The frame / chassis
To avoid corrosion and rust, all Mini Crosser are treated with zinc.
Then powder coated.
In addition, the frame is prepared for accessories without the need to drill new holes.

Battery sizes
Up to 94 Ah batteries, for both the 3- and 4-wheeler.

The brake function is mounted on the rear left wheel. The reason for this is that we want to provide the maximum breaking capacity where the weight is greatest.
The handbrake is easy to operate with one hand.
Every vehicle in the Mini Crosser M-series has the same rear suspension system. There are two mounted springs.
There are two types of springs for the Mini Crosser.
Black, this is used for all Mini Crossers where maximum user weight is 175 kg.
Red is used for HD, Cabin and MaxX models where maximum user weight is 250 kg.
However, it is possible to change these from black to red if desired.

On the 4-wheeler, a Rosta T-block. This is used because the front wheels must always have maximum contact with the ground. However, they act partly independently of each other so that the vehicle remains straight when driving over obstacles. In addition, it is maintenance free.

An oil-damped fork is used on the 3-wheeler.
Progressive suspension performance shock absorbers and suspension systems allow for a smooth ride.

All the functions of the ERGO2 seat are adjustable.
Seat height
Forward / Backward
Seat turn
Seat back angle
There is an electric solution for all functions
The armrest can be adjusted

P/G S-200.

The wiring and connectors used for the Mini Crosser are designed for the conditions. We are using original MOLEX connectors.
Maintaining your Mini Crosser

Please refer to the user guide. If in doubt, please contact your local dealer or Mini Crosser directly. We aim to train all our dealers in service, and all certified dealers carry this sign, incl. those dealers which are mentioned on our homepage: