Citycom 300i Scooter Review

by David Kenney
(Portland, Oregon)

I love this bike. Have put 700 miles on it and loved every mile.

It handles well at slow speed and at highway speed. i have had it up to 70 mph and the bike was very stable. With its large tires it handles bumps like a motorcycle.

Two things i do not like.

1. The owners manual is poorly written.
2. The gas tank is very difficult to fill without back flushing gas. You have to do it slowly and it takes time.

Overall I love the bike. It is a joy to ride.

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Oct 23, 2015
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Jan 23, 2010
CityCom 300i rocks
by: Anonymous

I have had one of these for over 6 months and done 4000km. Build quality as good as my last italian built piaggio and reliability superior. Service by large motorcycle agent is good. Great performance and design and looks great. I get lots of comments at the lights.

Oct 08, 2009
A Rose by any other name
by: Ron Goldwyn

Glad to hear that you are having a love affair with your scooter. In my State of Connecticut, you are riding a motorcycle regardless how you sit on it. If the engine is larger than 49cc you must have a motorcycle license and the scooter be insured and carry motorcycle license plates.
When it rains, how do you keep your legs dry while riding?

Oct 08, 2009
by: Jim Zeiser

Apparently the entire SYM line is well constructed and thought out. All their owners are singing the praises of their scooters. While more costly than cheaper scooters they have performance and reliability on their side, along with a host of high tech features.

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