Most cars can only get around 25 miles per gallon, our Street Legal 150cc scooters surpass that with their 70 to 80 mpg range. These vehicles are much more aerodynamic, which means less drag, and results in wasting less fuel, and you know what that means... You're saving money all over the place. So they will more than pay for themselves within a few short months.
All of the Street Legal 150cc mopeds we carry have 4-stroke engines. This is an advantage in a number of ways. These models are much quieter than their 2-stroke counterparts, burn cleaner and waste less fuel, and last much longer. Driving a scooter with these types of engines will save you money on fuel and repairs, AND keep the environment much cleaner.
So Go On and ORDER NOW ONLINE 24/7 safely and securely, or message us, or call and talk to one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales representatives to learn more about our 149cc gas scooters for sale.
AS ALWAYS, FREE SHIPPING TO YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS!!! The price you see is the price you pay for delivery to your home or business anywhere in America!!
This unit not for California use, We do not ship or sell to Texas..
|Engine Size ||149cc|
|Cooling||Force Air Cooled|
|Carburation||4 Stroke |
|Starter||Electric with Keys, Kick Start Back-up|
|Drive Train |
|Transmission||Fully Automatic - CVT|
|Chassis and Suspension |
|Front Suspension ||Dual Hydraulic|
|Rear Suspension ||Dual Hydraulic Spring|
|Brakes, Rim and Tire |
|Front Brake ||Hydraulic Disc|
|Rear Brake ||Mech. Drum|
|Front Tire||120/70 - 12" |
|Rear Tire||120/70 - 12" |
|OA Length:||73" inches |
|OA Height:||44" inches |
|Wheelbase:||53" inches |
|Overall Width: |
(Includes Handle Bars)
|26" inches |
|Width of Vehicle:||18" inches|
|Ground Clearance:||4" inches|
Max. Loading Capacity
|Storage||Underneath seat, Glove Box, FREE TRUNK included|
Warranty: We offer a one year warranty on Motor and frame, and an additional Parts warranty. Warranty is for manufacturer defective parts, not labor, if you have a part that is defective we will give you a replacement part at no charge, you are just responsible for a modest $12 shipping and handling fee. We have live technical support available to our customers free of charge by phone or email with our trained service techs for any questions or help you need. See warranty page for more details.
Some Assembly required: The Bike are completely assembled in the factory and fully tested. Front wheel, Battery, handle bar, and the rearview side mirrors are removed after testing. Item will be shipped in a crate, to assemble, put the above items back on. Make sure you read and follow the PDI Guide that will be emailed to you when you order. For safety precautions, be sure to check and tighten all nuts and bolts prior to use. Change your oil and Be sure to check for appropriate engine fluid levels to ensure your vehicle is operating under the recommended conditions prior to use, any additional questions please call our tech support.
Remember! You are buying the smart way, factory direct, saving yourself HUNDREDS of dollars compared to a local dealer, so you are responsible for performing the setup that a dealer would normally perform - such as putting on rear view mirrors, hooking up the battery, checking tightness of all nuts and bolts, changing oil, etc. Occasionally some units may need other routine items checked/adjusted such as adjusting the carburetor idle and mixture screws, checking to ensure wires are well connected, adjusting chain slack and alignment, if needed. May we suggest that if you cannot or do not feel you can perform these tasks yourself then any small engine mechanic, (ie. lawnmower repair shop, "Joe's Small Engine Repair") should be able to help you with first time setup (normally only about $40 to $50) and for any future labor needed. Just let them know we have the parts if needed to supply them and We will gladly assist you with any technical questions.
Classifying and Registering Mopeds and Scooters
With motorcycles, its pretty easy. You register your bike and take off on your merry motorcycle riding way.
However, street legal registration for mopeds and scooters is an extremely gray issue. If you're the owner of a scooter or a moped, check with at least two different DMV agents in your state for how to register your bike. Even DMV agents have difficulty pinpointing whether a moped or scooter requires motorcycle registration, vehicle registration or registration at all.
When it comes to classifying bikes as scooters, mopeds, or even motorcycles, engine size is often the determining factor. To further cloudy the situation, some states have different scooter categories with different registration requirements.
Note, though, that if your moped or scooter is classified as a motorcycle you'll probably face higher registration fees.
Don't rely on a scooter or moped dealer for your state's registration requirements. Contact your DMV. And when you receive an answer, call another DMV agent to confirm. Or better yet, confirm with your local police department or sheriff's department, as they're the ones who will be monitoring you.