My AN650L3 is barely a month old; I love it. Biggest bike I've had and the best scooter around. I use it for a 90km commute to and from Bunbury, WA each day of the week, spinning around 4-4,500rpm ... read more »
Tiny Tim posted on Apr 03, 2014
+ Very clean straight forward lines - so easy to ride.
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I highly recommend the Laminar Lip for superb wind protection , the backrest [ I rode without it a while back- was very unpleasant ], and a simple plastic 'cruise' controller for $10.00.
Gazza posted on Sep 08, 2014
I now have the 650 cc. I have had it for a year or so. Its just such a sophisticated beast to ride. It looks totally harmless , but will take off and then cruise like a rocket . I hate winter though!
Gazza posted on Aug 05, 2015
+ Comfortable, reliable, easy to ride, economical, good looking: ticks all the boxes
- Sidestand cut-out switch, a little heavy at low speed or stopped, time consuming to home service
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+ Seating, storage, trip meters, electric mirrors and windshield.
- Left hand mirror is badly positioned.
19 litres per 100? What is it a mack truck???
johno posted on Mar 22, 2014
Sorry Johno. I wrote it wrong. I meant 19 k's to a litre. I have since worked it out manually and it has been 22 k's per litre on average. That was averaged on a 3000+k ride around Tasmania.
Rix.56 posted on May 25, 2014
+ Improved front storage area. New placement of 12 charging socket. Possibly more durable petrol flap.
- The shrunken under seat storage. The mirrors. The parking brake placement. Colour choice. Screen size.
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- That stupid plastic cover over the electrics under the left glovebox always comes off.
+ performance, reliability, low centre of gravity, excellent low speed charactorists, high speed stability. quiet, even without ear plugs
- seat not as comfy as it looks. Ride is a bit harsh.
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- std screen to short and im 5 foot 6"
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Depends where you want your screen to be. If you want to look through it - After the screen gets all scratched up, you won't be able to see when it rains or at night.
snookies posted on Dec 07, 2012
marc101 asked on Jul 02, 2016
Start the motor and rev it. If your rear wheel doesn't spin you have a problem with the cvt (constant velocity transmission). If that is the original cvt chances are it needs a major service.
Lenny T replied on Jul 04, 2016
Yes my wheel do not spin
marc101 replied on Jul 05, 2016