Geely Phoenix JL150T-30 Scooter Review

by Tony
(Sydney Australia)

Hi, I'm an owner of a Geely Phoenix JL150T-30 scooter. First, its a really cheap price (AU$2500 on road) for a 150cc scooter. It came with 16" wheels and a Top Box, adjustable shocks.

The scooter has good power and is comfortable for riding. It's also easy to service (clone GY6 engine any parts on market). So far, I have had no problems on the road (done 6000kms so far).

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Sep 02, 2014
Geely Phoenix 150CC NEW
by: Rocky 181

I bought one in early 2013 because I needed means of transport to use for my business. I didn't have a garage to park a car so it was off street in a very crowded neighborhood. I bought this one cause it was cheap but also it may cope with the needs for my business. Sometimes I would carry a lot on it something that a small Vespa or alike wouldn't have coped. After 12 months all was good then the first problem.A burnt brake switch and unfortunately i had to register it and had to pass an inspection. I bought this scooter in Sydney but now I was living in Brisbane and the dealer in Sydney wouldn't reply to my calls. I couldn't get any scooter mechanic to look at it cause it was 'Chinese. finally i found a guy who gave me the part I needed but only because he took it off a Kymko. All fixed now but I fear any further brake downs as I may not find the same help to fix it or if he does, he may not find spares.I'm happy that the motorbike worked well but I hate the fact that fixing it will be a problem.
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