What is the cheapest scooter? We’ll show you! Cheap doesn’t mean bad, in fact due to tremendous competition in the 2009 market scooters are better and more affordable than ever! This list will give you a good idea as to what kind of scooter you can get for as little money as possible. Also, the find a better price link will put you in touch with dealers in your area. Of course there is always the full catalog of 2009 scooters on Motorcycle.com – in case you don’t find what you are looking for here. Now, go find a scooter for your crazy self!
Summer is here, the city is alive. You’ve got places to go, people to see and patios to sit at. Maybe you’d like an alternative to public transit for getting to work. Or, just maybe, you’d like to go for a bike ride with your kids – without the hassle of peddling. I’ve seen it! If any of these scenarios describe your current situation – even if they don’t – you have come to the right place!
How low can you go? This years 10 least expensive scooters are in a metaphorical limbo contest when it comes to pricing. You’ll find all 10 of the cheapest scooters slide easily under the bar from $1,300 to $1,800. Only a $500 difference between 10 models. In fact the competition is still strong even among the 30 or so least expensive scooters. A $600 spread among the 20 least expensive and an $800 spread among the 30 least expensive scooters topping off around $2100. So you many not want to limit your selection to the Top 10. Do your research and find out if that extra $500, $600 or $800 is worth the scrilla’ depending on your personal needs.
If you are looking into buying an inexpensive scooter this year – the chances are you will only have one option when it comes to power. An assortment of 50 cc 1-cyclinder 2-stroke engines have become standard issue. For those who desire a little more power there are still some 125 cc and 150 cc options on the market which are still able to slide in at a low price.
The one brand dominating the Top 10 list QLINK, taking 1st place with standings in Top 10, 20 and 30. Competitive brands include E-ton, Kymco, Hyosung, Schwinn, SYM, United Motors, Piaggio, Yamaha, Honda and Aprilia – Almost everyone! It seems the scooter industry may be the most competitively priced sub-class of motorcycles. But enough review, check out the lists yourself.. and start scootin!
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