Beth Pauly - Owner of a CF MOTO eCharm 150cc Red Scooter

by Beth
(Tonawanda, NY, Erie County)

I work within 5 miles of where I live and bought a 50cc Yamaha Vino scooter to commute. Soon found that it only goes up to 30mph and some of the roads are 45. So, I bought a second scooter, a 150cc fuel injected water cooled CF MOTO eCharm.

I love it!!! It is a Chinese brand scooter, which I hesitated on until I did the research. CF MOTO is one of the best Chinese brand scooter engines and I have been told that they make parts for Honda.

So far, I am really enjoying the scooter and looking forward to a fun commute! Living in the Buffalo area, I only have a short amount of scooter weather left this year. Hoping for Indian Summer.

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Oct 27, 2010
Good Choice
by: Jim Zeiser

The E-Charm has all the specs of the $4500 Honda SH 150i at a fraction of the cost. It will outrun numerous higher price brands and with a dealer network to keep it in tune, it will last a good long time. Good decision.

Oct 26, 2010
Welcome to the club!
by: Kathi, Site Owner

Welcome to our online club, Beth! We are glad to have you here. Please come back soon and update us on your progress with your new eCharm scooter.

And feel free to email me a picture of you on your scooter to add to this profile, won't you?

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