Tagged: 150cc Gas Scooter
August 31, 2016 at 5:27 am #16455
Fuel consumption and its rising prices are issues which plague the current generation constantly. If fuel consumption is your main concern then a 150cc gas scooter might be the perfect choice for you. Commuters and students like find it far more convenient to travel around on a scooter rather than drive heavy four wheelers. A scooter is smaller than a motorbike and easier to maneuver. The engine is small and yet powerful enough to average a speed of 65 mph. The mileage of a scooter is considerable which means that you end up saving money on a long term basis. A full tank can go up to 200 miles which in terms of fuel efficiency is quite a lot.
150cc gas scooters are very agile which means that going from one place to another requires minimum effort and parking problems are also negligible. They are the preferred mode of transport for students who have just earned their license or for first time two wheeler drivers. What makes it even easier to handle is the fact that a 150cc gas scooter has automatic transmission, which means that it does not have gears or clutch that need to be manually shifted and therefore driving them becomes simpler.
150cc gas scooters have lower levels of emission and are used by those who travel alone to work or otherwise. The versatility of a scooter means that a driver of any age can drive it safely. In fact, in Europe most people opt for scooters instead of motorbikes. Besides versatility, you’ll be doing your part for the environment too!
Purchasing scooters is easier too. The down payment on a 150cc gas scooter is less than that of cars or bikes. The low cost means that even insurance costs are lower. 150cc engines are peppy and powerful. The engine does not vibrate or jerk, acceleration is smooth and the brakes work well too. Because of the easy maintenance, you’ll be able to save money on maintenance costs too.
You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to buying a 150cc gas scooter. The latest models to hit the market are designed keeping in mind the rules of aerodynamics which means that the scooters are sleeker, have lower wind resistance and have a chic finish. Even the vintage designs have been modified to match up to contemporary requirements.September 1, 2016 at 7:43 pm #16549
In my experience, the 150cc type of scooters kind of consume a lot of fuel. The performance and power of these bikes more then make up for it, though.
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