What have you heard about the Roketa brand of scooters, specifically 150cc?

by Barbara
(Streetman, TX)

I am in the market and very nervous about which scooter to consider buying, and from whom. We live in the country and there are no brick and mortar dealers around, and online is scary.

What can anyone tell me about the Roketa brand of motor scooters in the 150cc size?

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Nov 21, 2015
Rocketa NEW
by: D King

I had a 2008 50cc Rocketa and had put almost 4000 miles on it , and had NO problems. I understand this is a little off topic , but would not hesitate purchasing another.

Jul 29, 2012
Roketa NEW
by: David Massey

I have a 2007 Roketa, enjoy it very much & have had very good ser from it. Iwould highly recomend RapidRepair in Wis as a dealer---Jim Martin is a good gut & takes care of his customers.

Feb 16, 2012
by: Bill

One option is to look for a good used Roketa that runs well. The original owner will have worked out the bugs and "proven" the scooter with the miles they put on it.

I did this with a used Dazon 125cc originally with ~1,300 miles. I now have over 4,000 miles with minimal issues.

Best wishes and God's blessings!

Feb 16, 2012
by: Jim Zeiser

Roketa (Goldenvale Corp.) deals in many different types of scooters from many sources in China. All they need is a good going over after you get it to ensure a useful life. If you are thinking of buying online look at www.gemotorworks.com
They sell Tao Tao scooters and have been getting good reviews. Roketa is also a good choice but look online for post delivery inspection instructions to see what is required for a happy scooter.

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