Review of the Kymco Super 8 150 Scooter

Kymco Super 8 150cc Scooter

Kymco Super 8 150cc Scooter

This Kymco Super 8 150cc scooter is an awesome scooter for a 150. I've had a blast running around

the neighborhood and country roads with it.

The seat is a little firm, but I'd rather have it firm than too soft. Even with a rider, the
performance is OK.

I don't have it completely broken in so I haven't gone for top speed, yet. I'll wait for its first service.


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Jun 12, 2015
Kymco Super 8 150 NEW
by: Berwick Pa Scootie

Fantastic Scooter...Owned a Honda Elite 150 back in 1984 loved it too. The Kymco Super 8 150 2014 is very peppy and fun to ride. My only complaint is the seat is uncomfortable and Very hard...the scoot has a stiff ride as it is and the seat don't help.
I removed a gel seat cover off my bicycle and sewed two elastic straps to it to hold it to the seat. Its a 100% improvement on the ride....
Also the price is very affordable compared to the Honda's that was a major deciding factor...
I have owned it for a month now... Its a keeper

Aug 17, 2010
Great Ride
by: Jim Zeiser

The Super 8 is probably one of the most underrated scooters on the planet. It's got everything the People S 150 has in terms of performance and ride but for hundreds less. It also has Kymco reliability and fit and finish. This is a worthwhile machine.

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