A 250cc scooter is one of the larger gas motor scooters class, which can go up as high as a 850cc gas scooter engine size.
The 250cc size gas motor scooter is larger, heavier and can go faster with more stability. But it's still fairly compact when you compare it to the sport motorcycles you see around town.
This size was too large for me to handle (I'm under 5 feet tall), but for a more average sized person, it'd probably work out just fine! And you'll definitely have good power and acceleration, no matter how you decide to use your scooter.
The 250cc scooter is sometimes called a performance scooter and may have enhancements and upgrades to prove that fact. This size of scooter will have no trouble going the speeds needed on expressways, so if you need that, then this size might be right for you.
As mentioned, there are larger sizes as well. These tend to be thought of as maxi-scooters and/or luxury touring scooters. In some ways, they seem more similar to motorcycles than they do to their shorter, smaller, slower traditional scooters.
They emphasize space, comfort, and features, such as sound systems and raised passenger seats. The design of these monsters may even be different from the usual scooter design.
In summary, if you're looking for a scooter that is more motorcycle than moped, but still maintains some of the features and advantages of a scooter, then a 250cc scooter or larger might be the right choice for you...
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