2009 Roketa Sicily 150 Scooter Review

by Steve R
(Chicago IL USA)

My Roketa Sicily 150 scooter

My Roketa Sicily 150 scooter

I own a Roketa Sicily 150 scooter and I like that it cost only $800.00 brand new. Assembled ready to go. The styling looks great. It starts on the first try every time.

I read bad reviews about Chinese made scooters. But I figured that they have been making scooters for a long time, so I bought it. Negatives so far:
  1. The battery that came with, was not very good so I had to buy a new one. $20.00?
  2. A turn signal light went out around 750 miles

That is the only 2 problems so far. I have about 850 miles on it so far. Rides nice, I got it up to 65 miles per hour... A little shaky... But works out great for short trips to the store. Fun to ride into the city of Chicago, never a problem to park. Or up and down scenic Sheridan Road along the shores of Lake Michigan.

Also it has a nice storage area under the seat that can be locked. Helmet fits it there like a glove.

Also in the State of Illinois USA... Helmets are optional not required by law to wear. It is great to have the freedom to decide to wear a helmet or not!

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