Is buying an Eaglecraft Verano scooter a good move?

by Barry
(carson City, Nevada)

I'm buying a Eagle Craft Verano 150 scooter, This scoot looks great and carries a one year warranty, the price is $1,200. Dealer carried the Kymco line but said when compared side by side he sold many more Eagle Craft and gave up Kymco.

Dealer said that company also makes the Fly Scooter.

Any comments appreciated. Thank you. Barry

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Mar 10, 2011
Eagle Craft
by: Anonymous

I owned mine since Sept. 2011, It's great scooter and I haven't had any problem with the scooter or the dealer. Good luck !
PS- The price is awesome beats all others.

May 22, 2010
by: Izzy

I own a Znen 150cc scooter. I've had it for about 3 years and still running strong. All I've done is the requires servicing. Replaced a wore out drive belt and a few miner things that ware out in time. I give Znen a two thumbs up!

May 22, 2010
Buy It
by: JIm Zeiser

So many things to say. Znen is the biggest manufacturer of scooters in China. They make many different brands for numerous people, one of which is Flyscooter. I've heard many positive things about Eaglecraft so buying it is a safe bet. They only sell through a chain of dealers and seem to have many satisfied customers. In short buying it is a good move.

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