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James W Orr

Nevada, USA

Reviewed on April 10, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2023 Honda Metropolitan (CHF50) view listing

5.0
So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 miles to a gallon. So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 miles to a gallon. So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 miles to a gallon. So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 miles to a gallon. So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 ... read more
So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 miles to a gallon. So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 miles to a gallon. So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 miles to a gallon. So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 miles to a gallon. So fun to ride and very reliable. We get 120 miles to a gallon.
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Bertha

California, USA

Reviewed on March 2, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2019 Vespa GTS 300 Super view listing

5.0
This excellent Vespa is fun to ride, electronic fuel injection and electric start. It has the power to accelerate very quick. and runs smoothly. The seat is very comfortable and makes the ride ultra enjoyable. Very easy to maneuver. Electronic locks. Spacious under seat storage compartment. Automatic. A... read more
This excellent Vespa is fun to ride, electronic fuel injection and electric start. It has the power to accelerate very quick. and runs smoothly. The seat is very comfortable and makes the ride ultra enjoyable. Very easy to maneuver. Electronic locks. Spacious under seat storage compartment. Automatic. ABS provides stability during braking.
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5.0
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Smallwheels

Reviewed on November 18, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2015 Kymco Agility 125 view listing

4.0
This was bought as new old stock in 2018. The battery on the dash clock died. The speedometer cluster had to be replaced to fix it. Within a year the second one died. I didn't bother to change it. The tires don't get a good grip on wet roads. Some bolts have come loose and fallen off of the rear fender. T... read more
This was bought as new old stock in 2018. The battery on the dash clock died. The speedometer cluster had to be replaced to fix it. Within a year the second one died. I didn't bother to change it. The tires don't get a good grip on wet roads. Some bolts have come loose and fallen off of the rear fender. The headlight low beam is aimed too low and is very weak. The high beam is aimed too high and works OK. I avoid riding at night because of this. With almost 7000 km the suspension is getting rough. The clutch isn't engaging smoothly. The scooter chatters a bit while accelerating from a stop while the clutch fully engages. The scooter is much quicker than my old 125 cc Grom clone. It has more horsepower and it shows. It also gets bad fuel mileage by comparison. It gets between 60 and 91 mpg US. The speedometer is off by 5 mph. Does this mean that the odometer is off too? If so, these mpg numbers are 10% too high. The engine is smoother now than when new. The mpg is also up. Lately my 35-40 mph commutes are at 85-91 mpg. If I must ride across town at 50 mph the mileage drops to near 60 mpg. The stator doesn't charge the battery fast enough. It will charge the battery but the headlight remains dim at idle speed. It is on the second battery. Which isn't a real criticism. I'm glad that it has a kick starter. I rode without a functioning battery for months. All motorcycles need to have kick starters. The lockable storage under the seat cannot hold a full face helmet. This is disappointing. There is no light inside. The top speed is around 53 mph at 500 feet above sea level using GPS. The brakes work fine. I prefer the rear drum brake over a disc because it doesn't need brake fluid and is easy to adjust. The front disc works well and is difficult to lock on dry roads. The graphics are stickers. The colors are fading on them. The scooter has been kept indoors or covered when at home. The mirror stalks come loose with the slightest bump, despite being tightened with the included wrench. The floor board is totally flat. Which is good for hauling things that will fit. My size 8 shoes can fit front to back on each side with an inch of clearance. In the center the shoe is about an inch too long to to fit. That is where the frame rail is. There is an oil screen, no disposable filter. To me this is a good thing. It means saving money and not needing to find filters. Removing the drain bolt and the oil screen cleaning port require a box or socket wrench. Open ended wrenches seem to strip the soft metal even if they are a perfect fit. It is difficult to reinstall the filter screen because the strong spring pushes against the cap. Oil changes are required every 600 miles. Sorry, no way. I'm using synthetic and semi-synthetic oils to extend that period. My last oil change interval was about 1400 miles and the oil wasn't black. It was still brown. There was no dirt in the filter screen. The scooter doesn't burn any oil yet. The seat comfort is OK for an hour before it becomes noticeable. What I love about scooters is their floor boards that protect the rider from road debris and that allow infinite foot positioning for comfort. Would I buy this again? Maybe. It depends on how long it lasts. The price is right. This is because it was made in China. There is a big sticker above the grocery bag hook below the handlebar that says so. KYMCO is a Taiwanese company, but they make lots of things in China. Is the metallurgy and engineering at the same level of a Taiwanese made product? I don't know with certainty. What I can say is that the oil drain plug bolt strips too easily. That means low quality metal for that part. One could assume that the other metals are also not of high quality. I do like that there is an audible turn signal indicator. Most expensive motorcycles don't even have that. It is likely that this will be traded for something else before it is worn out. As much as I love the scooter size and style, at this time I'm wanting a motorcycle with much bigger wheels to handle rough roads. These little wheels when ridden over dirt and the slightest rough conditions are VERY jarring. The top speed over such dirt can't be over 5 mph or it would shake itself apart. This would apply to all scooters with small wheels. I might get something like a Honda Trail 125 or a small used dual sport motorcycle. This is solely for comfort and safety over bad roads. The good thing about KYMCO is their two year warranty. Most other manufacturers won't do that. I hope that this helped. Keep on riding. :)
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RI

Reviewed on August 23, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2023 SYM CITYCOM 300i view listing

4.5
Purchased a new 2023 CityCom S 300i at Sabatino Moto in Portland, Oregon . So far I have 400 miles on it. Very comfortable, extremely stable scooter. I have enjoyed using it for errands in town and have been on longer (90 mile) rides in the country. The scooter has no problem doing stretches on the inters... read more
Purchased a new 2023 CityCom S 300i at Sabatino Moto in Portland, Oregon . So far I have 400 miles on it. Very comfortable, extremely stable scooter. I have enjoyed using it for errands in town and have been on longer (90 mile) rides in the country. The scooter has no problem doing stretches on the interstate highways. It cruises smoothly up to 70 mph, after that you need to be careful of keeping enough top end available to pass. On rural roads in the mountains it has been a lot of fun. Cruising along at 50-60 mph seems to be its sweet spot and the seat and riding position are comfortable enough to ride all day. Storage underseat is ample for most day uses, I may get a rear rack for carrying a dry bag or other overnight luggage needs. Mileage per gallon of gas is 70 . As a larger individual (6'3", 240 lbs) I have no issues with power of size of the bike. I am looking forward to years of riding on this excellent scoot. In my opinion the bike has a great value and great build quality
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4.0
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Fadia Bascom

Reviewed on August 18, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 0 Yamaha Vino 125 view listing

5.0
I loved my vino. I’d like to purchase a second vino. But I’m having a hard time finding one. It was my main vehicle, and with all my heart I really want another in my life. It’s a brilliant machine. The maker designer of the vino is a genius... read more
I loved my vino. I’d like to purchase a second vino. But I’m having a hard time finding one. It was my main vehicle, and with all my heart I really want another in my life. It’s a brilliant machine. The maker designer of the vino is a genius
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David Bell

Reviewed on August 6, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2023 Piaggio MP3 530 view listing

1.0
If you're not at least 5' 8" tall, you will drop the MP3 530. The phone software does not work. The navigation software, there's an extra charge. If you want to move the trike slowly for a short distance you must first shut off the front wheel lock first, otherwise the small movement of the throttle will... read more
If you're not at least 5' 8" tall, you will drop the MP3 530. The phone software does not work. The navigation software, there's an extra charge. If you want to move the trike slowly for a short distance you must first shut off the front wheel lock first, otherwise the small movement of the throttle will make the trike lurch to the right, making the trike fall over. The brake levers have a design to snap off at the mid point, which does happen when the trike falls over.
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Steve Jones

Reviewed on July 25, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2023 Honda Metropolitan view listing

4.8
Just picked up a New Met Saturday the people at Crofton Honda were so understanding that I was new to Scooting took time to explain everything and made sure I was comfortable with how it was going to work took home on my truck been riding every day never had sooo much Fun people smile at you ima old people re... read more
Just picked up a New Met Saturday the people at Crofton Honda were so understanding that I was new to Scooting took time to explain everything and made sure I was comfortable with how it was going to work took home on my truck been riding every day never had sooo much Fun people smile at you ima old people retired just looking for new adventures and it’s coming with my scooter took me forever really making up my mind watched all the YouTube videos so finally made up my mind an pulled the trigger haven’t looked back I’m telling you if you can get a Honda Metro you’ll love it
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Thomas E Truitt

Reviewed on July 9, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2016 Honda Pcx view listing

5.0
My Honda NM4 has been very reliable and thrilling to ride. Plenty of power with the 670cc engine. The low and wide seat and Footboards rather than pegs provide a very comfortable and enjoyable ride. I even use the backrest occasionally. Lots of fun. Additionally, I get between 60 - 70 mpg!... read more
My Honda NM4 has been very reliable and thrilling to ride. Plenty of power with the 670cc engine. The low and wide seat and Footboards rather than pegs provide a very comfortable and enjoyable ride. I even use the backrest occasionally. Lots of fun. Additionally, I get between 60 - 70 mpg!
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charles h couch

Reviewed on May 31, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2018 Suzuki Burgman650 Executive view listing

5.0
Very solid and well built motor scooter ! It has all the power you need and is very quick. It has many nice features such as a power windshield, power retractable rearview mirrors and ABS brakes. Even though I weigh 290 lbs., I usually get over 55mpg. on my 100 mile trips. The driving experience is that ... read more
Very solid and well built motor scooter ! It has all the power you need and is very quick. It has many nice features such as a power windshield, power retractable rearview mirrors and ABS brakes. Even though I weigh 290 lbs., I usually get over 55mpg. on my 100 mile trips. The driving experience is that it is very solid ,smooth and manverable. The engine is counterbalanced and has very little/no vibration. I feel that Suzuki made a mistake in dis-continuing the 650 as it has the capacity to tour coast to coast as well as staying close to home. It has been 100% reliable and dependable with zero problems thus far !
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KAREN INDERBITZIN

Reviewed on May 7, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2019 BMW C650 gt view listing

5.0
Great bike have had 2 BmW c650gt 2016 and 2019 Love this bike Quick accelerations Great for getting around town as well as long distance trips Great gas mileage Extremely comfortable for driver and passenger... read more
Great bike have had 2 BmW c650gt 2016 and 2019 Love this bike Quick accelerations Great for getting around town as well as long distance trips Great gas mileage Extremely comfortable for driver and passenger
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5.0
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5.0
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