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Saga Quest 150cc 4-Stroke Gas Scooter

150cc Scooter Saga

Black 150cc Saga Quest Scooter

This Scooter's beautiful lines and chrome accent give it character over many other on the road today. The overall contour of the body is reminiscent of the old Italian Vespa so sought after today. Instead of a troublesome and polluting 2-Stroke motor this model is equipped with an automatic choke,electric start and kick-start backup for consistent,easy starts.Green 150cc Saga Deluxe ScooterDisk-brakes and a fully automatic transmission make it safe and easy to operate for anybody. The 150cc Motor provides smooth power and plenty torque to conquer any hill,whether carrying one or two persons.


Saga Deluxe 150cc 4-Stroke Gas Scooter

150cc Scooter Saga

Green 150cc Saga Deluxe Scooter

This modern and stylish scooter features a longer frame and wheelbase so it accommodates 2 riders as well as having extra cargo space under-seat plus the lockable rear storage case. Available in seven different colors with a fully automatic transmission,dual headlights and weighing in under 200lbs this Scooter makes the perfect commuter! The 150cc motor provides plenty of power to keep up with traffic and put a smile on your face while providing a huge fuel saving over an automobile. Not to mention cheaper insurance!


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  • Stay balanced with the easiest to ride 2 wheel scooter for ages 3 to 8 years
  • Extra wide 2 " wide wheels for better balance
  • Lower deck for stability
  • Handle folds for easy storage
  • Easy Foot brake

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2004-06-10 16:48:07 by unclejay

Mopeds just cant keep up with traffic. They advertise 40 mph but really only go 30 and cant accelerate, a NYC taxi medallion wont look good on your butt. Maybe a used Honda , Yamaha or Suzuki scooter. But still gets back to 'need license and training'. How short is commute (I know NYC 'hoods you can just say which 2 between)

That thing is fast enough, just learn

2008-10-14 19:36:30 by gmn17

How to shift it without burning up the clutch, when I first started back up in february, mopeds were beating me off the line, now you need a 1000cc or higher to beat my 600cc, it's fast enough to cope with traffic no problem, my first bike was a 250 suzuki 2 stroke, I was zipping all over the place, like I said, show him you got the skills first,

Not to be taken lightly

2004-06-10 16:21:30 by unclejay

Either vehicle presents major lifestyle changes, they are not just fun runabouts. IN SF, forget mopeds, cant make the hills. Scooters can work but you need training just like a cycle, and a cycle license. They are a good idea, just do your training. Check out Honda Reflex and Suzuki Burgman scooters. Forget Vespas, poor quality, ditto anything Asian.

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    Oct 28, 2012 by Harry | Posted in Motorcycles

    I am coming up 16 and looking to get a moped but just not a scooter and yes i know they are cheaper and better for my age etc but i am just looking at things like the aprilla Mx 50, Kawasaki CPI 50 and the generic trigger. Any others please?
    I would like to know lots of different motorbikes so that i can see which ones are best.

    • The CPI and the Generic are cheap, poorly made unreliable Chinese crap. Avoid them, no matter how cheap they are.

      Apart from the Aprilia MX-50, you may want to consider:
      Aprilia SX-50
      Derbi Se …ed to less than 31mph. Otherwise you are riding uninsured and not in accordance with your licence.

      You won't know which one's best, until you have owned it for a while. But never, ever buy a Chinese bike...