2009 Yamaha Majesty 400cc and Vino 125cc Scooter Reviews

by Candy
(Temple, GA)

Alone at last...

Alone at last...

After I bought my Yamaha Vino scooter last year in May, my husband bought his Yamaha Majesty scooter a few months later. They were new although 2009 models. We paid under $10,000 for both scooters.

With a house full of kids and grandkids, we can finally be alone! :) Both Yamaha scooters perform great. The Yamaha Majesty scooter gets over 50mpg and I get about 76mpg on the Yamaha Vino scooter.

We really enjoy riding them. The Majesty can get on the expressway doing up to 80mph (I have been told) and mine gets up to 55mph. But it's not fast enough to ride on the expressway.

Both scooters perform great and we have a wonderful bike shop to take them for maintenance. I prefer the Harley guy over the dealership.

Tip: knows his business and is cheaper.
We both think that we got a great deal on the price and with the price of gas, you can't beat the savings $$$. They are reliable scooters. The brake system works well as I have had the opportunity on a few occasions to test them out when a vehicle has suddenly decided to brake in front of me.

We don't know much about different scooter brands; although we did do research before choosing Yamaha. I have had an opportunity to put my Vino to the test now for almost a year; my husband's Majesty for over six months and we are very pleased with our choice.

I would recommend Yamaha scooters to anyone if they are looking for a trustworthy ride.

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Dec 03, 2012
Majesty 400cc NEW
by: Candy

It's a great scooter to ride and as long as you keep it up by doing your oil and filter changes; you are good to go. We take ours to Wild Hogs for maintainence. Good milage and smooth ride makes this a great scooter to own.

Dec 03, 2012
Husband's thoughts on the Majesty NEW
by: John

What are your husband's thoughts on the Majesty? What did he ride before?

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