Suzuki Scooters – Green, Inexpensive & Reliable Transportation

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    pannu11
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    Suzuki scooters are inexpensive to own and operate, and are built to the highest reliability standards. They come with a lighted underseat storage compartments, as well as three additional compartments that are easily within reach. They also have an impressive suspension system as well as an aerodynamic design that provides the operator with additional wind protection.

    These scooters are easy to steer and accelerate. Suzuki scooters feature liquid-cooled engines that do not make a lot of noise and offer strong and smooth acceleration. These scooters are a combination of traditional and modern elements, known for their stylish designs that come in distinctive colors.

    These scooters provide a great choice for those who want better fuel economy or who don’t have the money to invest in a car. The initial purchase cost of a 150cc scooters is somewhere between $1,500 and $2,200, but there are more expensive versions available to you as well. They are easy to use and operate, where scooters with 150cc engines feel more stable and substantial than 50cc models, and keep up with urban traffic conditions more easily. Suzuki is so proud of their fuel economy performance that their instrument panel features a readout displaying your average fuel consumption.

    Suzuki scooters are an excellent choice for commuting, since they are reliable and safe on the road and are highly efficient in terms of their average fuel consumption. When looking at this alternative mode of transportation to combat the rise in fuel prices, scooters are definitely the way to go.

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    Jonzz
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    Never owned a Suzuki, but I heard they got great bikes. Thanks for this info. I might buy one later this year to check it out.

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