Pride Jazzy Elite HD

Pride Jazzy Elite HD

  • $3,699.00
  • Save $401

Pride FDA Class II Medical Devices
are designed to aid individuals with mobility impairments.


“FDA Class II Medical Device"


  • Front-wheel drive for excellent maneuverability
  • Designed for weight distribution for superior traction
  • Solid seat pan option

Key Specs

    • Top Speed: 4.00 Mph
    • Turning Radius: 24.00"
    • Heaviest Piece: 98.5 Lbs.
    • Battery Charge Distance: 9.80 Miles
  • Weight Capacity: 450 Lbs.
  • Weight: 224 Lbs.

    Overview of the Jazzy Elite HD


    Pride's Jazzy Elite HD features blue or red color-through shrouds to protect the shrouds against nicks and scratches. It is a heavy duty power chair with 14" flat-free drive wheels that can handle most terrains. 

    What Makes This Different
    The Jazzy Elite HD has many seat styles and sizes to choose from. High-back options include durable, black vinyl upholstery and a comfy headrest. Seats are depth adjustable on the standard seats, while the Solid Pan Seat option gives you a solid surface for seat cushion. 

    Why We Like It
    The color through shroud protects the chair from daily wear and tear while the sturdy construction will keep this chair running and looking its best for years come.

    What You Need To Know When Ordering
    Seats that are adjusted to, or are made with an 18" seat depth, reduce the weight capacity to 400 lbs. The Jazzy Elite HD ships from the warehouse in 3-5 business days. Free setup by a certified Pride technician is included as well as one year of in-home service. Certified technician setup time varies by location. The technician setup is not a white glove service as the technician comes out after delivery. For users who require extra assistance in unpacking their power chair a White Glove Delivery Service is available. With White Glove Delivery, your power chair is brought into your home, setup, tested and all packaging material is removed. Though our White Glove Delivery option includes the set-up of your power chair, comfort adjustments, like foot rest height, will need to be done by the caregiver or user.