Review of a Peace Sports 840 VIP 150cc Scooter

by Lisa
(North Carolina)

The price on my Peace Sports 840 VIP 150cc scooter was right. The scooter needs to be checked regularly. I would advise to anyone purchasing a new scooter, with less than 100 miles, to check the scooter after every 20 miles for loose screws and bolts.

The person this scooter was purchased for was not aware of what vibration can do to screws and bolts. The screw in the fuel line fell out within the first couple of days, causing the scooter to cut off. No problem, the screw was found on the ground where the scooter cut off and was reinstalled.

The next problem was six months later. A couple of the brackets on the muffler broke off. Again, I feel this is because the bolts holding the muffler on were not checked.

What I am trying to say in this review is if you purchase any scooter, pay attention to the scooter. Follow the owner's manual directions and service your scooter on schedule like the dealer recommends. Check screws and bolts regularly. If the scooter starts to slow down or does not seem to have the get up and go any more have the belt checked.

Make time to call the dealer or your scooter mechanic if you feel something is wrong. You will have a new friend to help make your scooter last longer.

Use caution if you drop the scooter. This scooter was dropped on the slick road markings and the key broke off in the ignition.

Treat any scooter with more attention than you would a car if you want it to last.

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Aug 29, 2017
Piece of crap NEW
by: Jim

Nothing but problems. whole exhaust needed to be replaced because it was made cheaply. Leaks gas from the overflow wont start

Nov 17, 2013


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