Review of 2008 Tomos Nitro 150cc Scooter

by Tim Zipple
(Mount Pleasant, MI, USA)

Tomos 150cc Nitro

Tomos 150cc Nitro

I bought this scooter used last summer. I was looking to jump up from the Tomos Sprints (50 cc) that I already owned. Bought my first in 1994 and second in 2005.

As for this scooter, it has been a great mode of transportation in the small town I live in. It gets 75 mpg (have calculated to confirm), has pretty good acceleration, and excellent road appeal.

I have taken it on 50-100 mile rides and found it fairly comfortable for my 230 pound frame. Can carry two riders, but with the luggage box on the back, we are squeezed together.

Minor drawbacks: full gauge is finicky, even after I got it replaced, rear fender support bracket welded on muffler snapped off and I welded on a substitute. It is hard to find parts for this model as it is a relatively new model to the U.S. and made in China.


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Oct 29, 2011
gas guige
by: walter

2009 tomos nitro 150 cc one week old gas guige junk ran out off gas when tank showed harf full waiting for new flowet to install

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