Schwinn Laguna

by Jim
(North Carolina)

Bad 2009 scooter. Just had the dealer take back the third one. All three would not run right. Spent 5 months in the shop trying to get them to work right. The first would not start using electric stater and ran rough. The second ran for 3 min. then spent two months in shop. The third still would not start with electric starter.

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Jun 23, 2015
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Sep 18, 2014
08 Laguna Body Parts NEW
by: Anonymous

I need the panel that fits under the headlight basil on a 2008 Laguna, Black Cerry/Ink. Any idas where body parts can be aquired? Bought it used.

Dec 31, 2009
Tomato, tomato
by: Anonymous

I posted a question about a Valero (Velero?) scooter I saw on the road. Could this be it? Is the full name pf your ILL scoot similar?

If it is the same, It IS cute.

Jul 04, 2009
Schwinn Valo 150
by: Stephen

I bought a Schwinn thinking that the company has been around for ever and would have good support. This Chinese scooter was defective from day one and the dealer had no clue how to fix it. 5th try and they got it. Runs fine now 355 miles. They fixed it with a recall part I showed them from a scooter forum on return visit one. They owe me lots of time pushing the scooter and loading it on my trailer.

Jun 04, 2009
Bad Scooter
by: Anonymous

I have had bad luck with a Scarabeo 250.
In the past 24 mounth been in shop 3 time and down now with water pump seal bad. I purchase a used Honda Reflex this week and solved the problem.

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