Any opionions on Puma scooters?

by Larry Froberg
(Vancouver, WA)

Pacific Scooters in Portland, OR sells them and seems to have good service (on site) and a good local reputation as well. I'm thinking about the Puma Romeo 150 selling there for $1699.

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Sep 03, 2019
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Sep 22, 2011
by: Larry

Hi Jim;

Thanks for the info about Puma scooters. Just looking at their Portland dealer website gave me a good feeling as it is well designed with lots of info. Now if I can just come up with some bucks for a scooter!

Sep 22, 2011
What I've heard
by: Jim Zeiser

I heard that Puma was the new company that Znen set up to distribute their scooters through a network of dealers after the demise of Flyscooters. Znen makes a good scooter, as they are the largest manufacturer in China, and having a dealer to back it up with parts and service is always a plus.

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