Perfect daily commute
The most versatile scooter in the market for sure. Enough power to go to the M1 at 110kph and then turning off your exit for a really comfy 80kph max ride to your work. As it is does have flat floor, you can accommodate both feet on it and your work clothes won't get dirty at all unless it is raining. Very good on fuel around 40km/l. Easy to maintain and it is still a low cost scooter to service even though it is an Aprilia. However, service costs go astronomically higher if you go for the 500cc or 750cc. Lots of extra technology there as well as lots of Tupperwares to remove to get access to the parts.
Does it all Scooter.
This scooter comes out of the same factory as Vespas under the Piagio umbrella. It has the same engine as the popular Vespa 250 GTS but it does not have the heavy metal body. For a 250 scooter I have been very impressed and it is all done at over 30km/l. It has taken me to work, had the odd trip to Sydney from Wollongong and also taken my wife for the passe coffee and all with a minimum of fuss.
The helmut (XL full face) can be stored under the seat. I lent it to my Dad who was having problems and I said put it on its side. It is economica...
I am glad I waited for the 2010 model and would have liked to buy 300cc or 500cc model but these scooters dont have flat floor so I would keep my Beo 200ie for everyday shopping to take home goods on the floor. I would have liked to have gear selection for cornering without applying brakes.
Commuting everyday on Beo 200ie 2010 model has so far been smooth and no trouble really. I find it easier to travel into the city or go shopping. Fuel indicator lets you know when to refill. No wonder its hardly ever resold on as several Sacarbeo owners kee...
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|Category||Scooters and Learner Approved Bikes||Scooters and Learner Approved Bikes||Scooters and Learner Approved Bikes|
|Release date||Jan 2007|
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