Schwinn Hope 150 Scooter Review

by Sam V.
(Lawrenceville, GA)

What I liked about the scooter: it's pink. What I don't like; Schwinn service is awful or non-existent. It spent more time in the shop than on the road. It's had three throttle problems, coil problems, intake problems, and electrical problems.

After the last throttle problem, my insurance totaled it out and I was more than happy to sign it over.


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Sep 15, 2011
Hope 150
by: Cindyjo2009

I bought a Schwinn Hope 150, because I liked the pink color, and it's small. I'm only 4'11", so I needed something I could feel comfortable on. I loved it....when it wasn't in the shop. After a month, it started powering down on me in traffic. I'd let it sit for a few minutes, and then it would crank back up. I took it to the shop where I bought it three different times. You know how mechanics are...if they can't get it to do the problem while they have it, then they can't fix it. Finally, I raised cain, and they said "well, maybe it's a bad CDI". They replaced it and guess what? Runs like a champ!! No other problems so far! Fingers crossed.

May 13, 2010
by: Jim Zeiser

Once again a scooter that wasn't given a good pre-delivery inspection at the dealer. Had this been done all your problems would have been abated and you would have had a good relationship with the scooter. Too bad.

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