What do you think of TOMOS brand of scooters?

by Rick

I am thinking about buying a Tomos scooter and I'm wondering if anyone here has any thoughts about the TOMOS brand? Any input is appreciated...

ANSWER: Rick, you don't say which model you're looking at, but we do have a few Tomos scooter reviews on the site:
View Tomos scooter reviews here. Ron Goldwyn, in particular, has been an outspoken supporter of Tomos scooters, so you should definitely look at what he has to say. He's done a lot of mods to his too! Here's more: Tomos mods (Look around on that page; not all the mods are Ron's, but quite a few of them are).

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Aug 19, 2010
by: Ron Goldwyn, Milford CT

Thank-you Rick for your kind words. I still stand by my now time tested words regarding the Tomos Nitro 50 even now after 3 years. Made by the SYM corp. in China using the most popular engine on the market for the European Tomos Corp.

More important is not the brand, but the dealer you buy and have it SERVICED at. Unless you are a mechanic with a major in scooters, it would be foolish not to know where to get parts and expert advice.

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