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2004-07-06 2004 Aprilia Atlantic 200 Scooters View Listings

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I've owned many sizes of motorcycles from 60 to 1000cc, and generally like the manueverability and mileage of the smaller ones. Over the years, I've grown weary of getting buffeted by the wind, and of manual shifting, and now with sporty looking scooters, I felt I could overcome the "sissy" factor. I looked at the Suzuki 400, Honda Silverwing, and larger offerings from Aprilia, but fell in love with the looks of the Atlantic 200. My large frame barely fits (knees almost hit handlebars, and I have to tuck my knees in during sharp turns), but despite my size, I am really impressed with the performance, mileage (avg. 75MPG) and looks of this scooter. The seat is not as soft or as comfortable as others I've tested, but still better than similar-sized motorcycles. My only complaints - I wish the handle bars could be moved up a little, and that the windshield were 4 inches higher, but other than that, I really like it. Great for commuting to work, and I plan to do some touring with it also. I've had it up to 75MPH and I'm sure it'll do 80, but I usually stay off interstates and usually keep my speed at 55 anyway, so more HP would just be a waste of MPG's to me.
- Allen Howell, Hollansburg, Ohio

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2004-05-05 2004 Aprilia Atlantic 200 Scooters View Listings

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I bought my Aprilia Atlantic 200 back in March and have loved it from the first day. This is my first bike and it's an excellent vehicle to learn on. I have had no problems with it thus far, and just got it back from the dealership after it's break-in maintenance. There is ample storate underneath the seat. I can fit about 2-3 bags of groceries in it, and I'm planning on getting a rear storage box to expand that. I'm getting 65 mpg in town, 72 mpg on the highway. It has plenty of power for your morning commute, and I have even gotten it up to 75 mph on the highway. The windshield really helps with stability, but I find that at above 60 mph I really need to duck down behind it. With two passengers, the scooter does start to lose power, having a max speed of around 65 mph when my girlfriend is riding with me. This is an excellent economical vehicle for anyone looking to beat gas prices, and at 1/4 the cost of a hybrid car, I can see this being an excellent alternative to driving a car for many people.
- Aaron, Reston, Virginia

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