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   Posted 5/7/2011 8:46 AM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
“Four thousand dollars! For a scooter? Why not just buy a motorcycle?” 

That was the reaction a lot of folks might have when told the price tag of a premium, European-built scooter like a Vespa or the Honda SH150i you see here. After all, a $4000 motorcycle will give you more handling, performance and (most importantly) fun than a scooter. Or will it? That's the question I wanted to answer when my lovely assistant - also an experienced moto-commuter - and I got our hands on the SH150i and a brand-new 2010 Kawasaki Ninja 250R for a month of testing in the San Francisco Bay Area. We rode to work, shopping, errands and for fun with the goal of finding out if a motorcycle is always a better buy than a similarly priced scooter."... READ FULL ARTICLE

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