What do you think of the 2009 CF Moto Fashion 250 scooter?

by Bob
(Monroe, NY)

I am looking at a 2009 CF Moto Fashion 250 scooter. It is a leftover from 2009. I wanted to know what people think of these scooters and what kind of reliability they have had over a few years of ownership. Any input would help.

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Dec 09, 2016
very reliable and awesome NEW
by: Anonymous

I just got my recently but its really a awesome bike!!! I love the style..looks so retro and stylish or space age sort of....rides so smooth and the face that its easy to get parts for since anything from honda helix will fit it...basically its a honda clone. from what I read if you can find the part use Honda parts they are exactly the same.

Oct 04, 2012
Junk NEW
by: Anonymous

I Have A 2009 250 with 1300 miles on it and the motor locked up do to it burning oil and cf moto will not cover the repairs this company is a joke!! STAY AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jul 08, 2011
2009-2011 same price ? why
by: Anonymous

Other than the 2 yr difference, why is the 2009 cfhg scooter the same price as the 2011 cfhg ?

Feb 11, 2011
Tough Call
by: Jim Zeiser

The good thing about the Fashion is that it's backed by the CF Moto dealer network and that it's a clone of the Honda Helix one of the toughest scooters ever built. The only bad thing is that it needs a good going over at birth and plenty of loctite to be a good friend. One dealer on Long Island rode one from New York to the Florida Keys without incident so the potential is there. If it were me I would buy one in a minute. A 2009 has many of the early China scoot bugs chased out and will probably be a good performer.

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