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Nov 27, 2010
Kymco reliabilty
by: Anonymous

I got the scoot (150) in March 2010. I have 3500ki's already. It's a great scoot. I got it to keep up with traffic on Highway 98 in northern FL. It does that nicely. I have no problems whatsoever.

I can't say enough about it. Just keep up with the servicing. I tried the main line China junk. In one year practically overhauled it. Don't waste your money, buy out of Taiwan.

I wish they had put my Kymco's odometer in miles instead of kilometers, but what the heck they sell more of them in foreign countries I will definitely buy another one. LEE in TN.

Feb 02, 2009
Great Scoot
by: Neil

I recently purchased a used Kymco People 150 to go along with my (China) Eagle 150.
The Kymco fit and finish is great and the 16" tires add allot of safety. The only reasons for not rating 5 stars. The small hole in the gas spout (dumb) Not much foot room on deck.
I had heard these negatives before but still a great scoot!

Aug 02, 2008
Interesting Info
by: Kathi

Thanks for the info & for submitting a review here. I'd like to know more about the ins and outs of this scooter, though. Can anyone provide more info?

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