Any info on the Gorilla Motorworks 150cc scooters?

by Anonymous
(Somewhere)

I'm thinking about buying a Gorilla Motorworks scooter, a 150cc scooter. Does anyone here know of any negative feedback on Gorilla Motorworks products?


Any input would be helpful... Thanks!

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Nov 24, 2015
Great Quality NEW
by: Anonymous

I purchased my first Wolf Brand Scooter in 2014.
Ran well and got me where I wanted to go, it was also very durable and survived well during my first couple months riding 100miles a week. Early 2015 I upgraded to the wolf v150 scooter and again its pretty durable not invincible but I ride it on the interstate and it runs smoother compared to riding on normal roads. The dealership RideGreen Scooters is a very professional location to get great quality wolf brand scooters.

Nov 24, 2015
Great Quality NEW
by: Anonymous

I purchased my first Wolf Brand Scooter in 2014.
Ran well and got me where I wanted to go, it was also very durable and survived well during my first couple months riding 100miles a week. Early 2015 I upgraded to the wolf v150 scooter and again its pretty durable not invincible but I ride it on the interstate and it runs smoother compared to riding on normal roads. The dealership RideGreen Scooters is a very professional location to get great quality wolf brand scooters.

Sep 18, 2015
Wolf v150 NEW
by: Anonymous

I just recently bought a 2015 v150 and not even 10 miles on it and it was leaking gas and the shocks where about to fall off and had a horrible noise coming from the rear end and the throttle bogging upon a slight take off. Took it back to the dealer I bought it from and they didn't do anything to it but ride it and said bring it back after 100 miles on it and they can probably find out what the noise is. So as a mechanic myself started trouble shooting the problems myself found trash all in the carb and no oil in the rear gear box and found the fuel leak on the fitting under the bottom of the gas tank. Keep in mind the scooter had PDI the scooter before me purchasing it. Tightened the shocks and all the other loose nuts and bolts. So buyer beware in my opinion is just like any other chinese scooter but at a much higher cost.

May 18, 2013
GMW now Wolf Brand Scooters NEW
by: Anonymous

We have been doing massive research on scooters and came across Gorilla Motor Works which is now known as Wolf Brand Scooters. They are an American based company here in Florida. We have not gone to look at them in person as of yet, but they are on the top of our list. They are on the pricey side, the M2 50cc for about $1350 at the dealer.

Nov 04, 2012
GMW scooter NEW
by: Anonymous

I had the same problem. It was vapor lock. Easy fix. Drill a small hole in the liner on the bottom of the fuel cap.

Oct 21, 2012
gmw scooters NEW
by: HAPPY CUSTOMER

REALLY NICE PEOPLE,SELLING A GREAT SCOOTER FROM 49CC AND UP.I HAVE BOUGHT TWO FOR MYSELF AND MY WIFE.PARTS ARE NOT A ISSUE,LIKE OTHER BRANDS.THEY GO THE EXTRA MILE TO MAINTAIN QUALITY.ONLY SOLD BY DEALERS SO THE SUPPORT IS THERE IF NEEDED.PARTS ARE ONLY A DAY AWAY IF NOT IN STOCK,
NOT SIX MONTHS LIKE THE OTHERS.HIGHLY SATISFIED

Aug 18, 2012
They're fine, for a chinese scooter. NEW
by: Anonymous

GMW sells (slightly) refurbished Chinese scooters. They claim that they add a level of quality control, but my Jet has all the same problems as my friends' Chinese scoots (e.g., loose bolts, cheap plug, loose breaks, etc.). They're Just overpriced for what they are in my opinion. Also, I have had a hard time getting them to answer any real questions about their product. Just my experience with them. Hope this helps.

Jul 15, 2012
Cell Phone Light NEW
by: Dave Englewood, Fla

I just purchased a gmw 150cc scooter. I love it. My only question is what is that little light near the speedometer with a picture of a cell phone near it. It doesn't say anything in the manual about it. Even the dealer didn't know what it is for. I would love some information on what this little light is for. Thank You

Jul 15, 2012
Cell Phone Light NEW
by: Dave Englewood, Fla

I just purchased a gmw 150cc scooter. I love it. My only question is what is that little light near the speedometer with a picture of a cell phone near it. It doesn't say anything in the manual about it. Even the dealer didn't know what it is for. I would love some information on what this little light is for. Thank You

Jun 29, 2011
I have a 150cc V-150
by: Anonymous

I have a new 2011 V-150 from gorilla Motor Works and love it. It goes 60 mph. I've never had any issues with it. It did come with a one year warranty so maybe you should ask the dealer you bought it from that. You also might need a tune up if it is only going 50.

Jun 20, 2011
Gorilla Scooter
by: Anonymous

I have a Gorilla 149cc scooter and it ran really well at first. The fastest it can go is 50 mph but recently it has been just getting 40 mph and sounds like it will cut out. The gas gauge also doesn't work. I have only had it for 7 months. Not really happy with it.

Mar 23, 2011
Just Heard of Them
by: Jim Zeiser

They seem to be centered in Florida and only sell through dealers. That usually means they have a warranty and a parts network if you need backing. Other than that I haven't heard good or bad about them.

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