The 2012 Yamaha BW’s Naked is a modern scooter packed with a wide range of new technologies which help it compete with success against its rivals.

The bike is wrapped in a pretty unique skin which gives it a fancy look. We especially like the retro style used for the front fascia and the creative paint scheme. With uncovered handlebars and stripped styling, the scooter is ready to undertake any kind of road you venture into.

The Yamaha BW’s Naked is propelled by a 2-stroke 50cc engine that delivers a maximum power of 2.4 kw @ 6500 rpm and 3.6 Nm of torque @ 6000 rpm. Power is sent to the rear wheel through a fully automatic transmission.

Other features offered by the Yamaha BW’s Naked include a lightweight chassis, fat patterned 10" tires and distinctive dual headlights. You also get a dual seat and integral passenger grab handles.

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Honda is one of the most appreciated Japanese manufacturers. Both its cars and motorcycles are seen as capable products and the company’s scooters are also starting to attract a lot of attention as they are reliable, agile and efficient. So what more could you want?

One of the most popular scooters developed by the Japanese manufacturer is the Honda Metropolitan. The Metropolitan is a sleek little two-wheeler which – as its name suggests – was especially developed for urban use.

It features a pretty cool style that combines retro lines with many modern elements to create a unique design language.

The Honda Metropolitan is powered by a fuel-injected 49cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine which is paired with a smooth automatic transmission.

Among the new features offered for the 2013 Honda Metropolitan you’ll find new instruments, new handlebar and a bigger convenience hook.

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With its compact dimensions, the modern design language and low fuel consumption, the Yamaha X-City is a commuter’s dream.

The scooter is packed with a pair of pretty big wheels which offer great low speed maneuverability and keep the high speed ride as comfortable as possible.

In terms of style the Yamaha X-City 125 features a stylish front design with a height-adjustable windscreen and twin headlights. You also get a pretty comfortable seat and an ergonomically designed handlebar.

At the heart of the X-City 125 is a 125 cc fuel-injected engine that churns enough output to make riding around town a breeze. Complementing the engine are dependable front and rear disc brakes.

The bike is also fitted with plenty of storage spaces which include two practical compartments and a generous under-seat console.

Taking the advantage from Yamaha’s know-how in the world of scooters, the high-fashion, high-wheel X-City 125 is the kind of ride that won’t leave you disappointed.

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One could easily mistake the Honda Integra with a big scooter, but the bike is much more than that. Though, It is true that the Integra has a pretty mixed personality and even Honda calls it a "Scooting Motorcycle".

The bike was built with comfort in mind. Thereby it features an ergonomic riding position with a comfortable seat and handlebar.

Power comes from a strong 51-horsepower water-cooled 700cc inline-two engine with a 73 mm x 80 mm bore-stroke ratio for its cylinders. The engine delivers an average fuel consumption of 27/l and is paired with a dual clutch transmission, which, for the 2012 model, is lighter and more compact than the previous version. Another significantly improvement is the simplified hydraulic circuit.

You also get a new learning function that has been added to each running mode to perceive a variety of riding environments so you can also stick to a 6-speed manual if you want.

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The Yamaha Cygnus may be considered a pretty good solution if you are looking for a compact and stylish scooter.

As most scooters of its type, the Yamaha Cygnus X puts practicality on the first place and we especially like the spacious under seat helmet storage, the clean digital and analogue instrumentation, and the ergonomically designed dual seat.

At the heart of the scooter you’ll find a fuel-injected 4-stroke 125cc engine that has enough grunt to help you deal effortless with city traffic. Furthermore, the agile handling and simple steering are offered as standard equipment.

The scooter rides on 12 inch lightweight alloy wheels which are combined with a front front disc brake and rear drum brake.

In terms of design, the Cygnus X’s sleek bodywork incorporates a large 65W headlight which underlines the dynamic look of the scooter.

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Agile, compact and efficient. Not to mention about the futuristic design language, so what more can you want from a scooter?

The PCX150 is PCX125’s big brother and is fitted with a slightly bigger engine which will be able to accompany you wherever and whenever you need to go. The one cylinder engine has a 150cc displacement is liquid-cooled, and also comes with fuel injection.

Beside its lively engine, the Honda PCX150 was designed with ergonomy in mind so carries a multitude of features that make it stand out from the rest of its competitors.

For the starters you get a spacious compartment under the seat, then there is the sculpted seat and the comfortable riding position.

The PCX150 comes in offered in two color options, including Metallic Black and Candy Red. The scooter is offered with transferable, unlimited-mileage limited warranty.

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The electric motorcycles are starting to conquer more and more terrain and thanks to the continuous evolution of green technologies, these types of bikes become a viable solution for those who put efficiency on the first place.

Honda first established the electric motorcycle segment in 1994 and after 18 years of researches an tests the company manage to develop some interesting models. One of these models is the Honda EV-Neo, a compact scooter powered by electricity.

The bike uses a 2.8kw motor and a Lithium-ion battery with a range of 34km at 30km/h on level ground. The regular charger takes the battery from zero charge to a full charge in approximately 3.5 hours and is a highly portable unit that fits neatly in the cargo space beneath the seat of the EV-Neo. A fast charger will cut the charging time to approximately 30 minutes.

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Thanks to its compact dimensions, the Yamaha Vity 125 is able to deal effortless with congested traffic situations. The scooter features a pair of 10 inch wheels and a pretty short wheelbase which offer a proper stability and agile handling. The speed is kept in check by a combination of front disc and rear drum brakes.

In terms of design, the scooter features a modern style with a sharp front nose and a pretty big headlight.

At the heart of the scooter, you’ll find a reliable 4-stroke 125cc engine that is also fuel-injected for efficient and eco-friendly running with air-cooling added to decrease maintenance costs.

As far as comfort goes, the 2012 Yamaha Vity 125 is comes with a comfortable seat which offers enough room for a passenger, a spacious storage compartment under the seat and a small console in the steering column.

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The Peugeot Vivacity 3 50 Series was designed to deal well in the hands of a novice. The scooter is powered by a 50cc, 4-Stroke engine which is not exactly a road burner by any stretch of the imagination, but it can still get you from point A to point B in an effortless and seamless manner.

The scooter’s fuel tank has a capacity of 8.5 liters which is just enough to allow you longer stops between refills. Thanks to its low weight (95 kg), the scooter is very easy to maneuver offering maximum agility around the tight city streets.

The scooter offers a roomy luggage capacity complete with a spacious 22-litre storage bay and a unique 13-liter compartment concealed in the front body panels.

You’ll also like the modern-looking blue backlit instrument panel that includes a clock, an external temperature gauge and a handy 12V socket.

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The Peugeot Vivacity’s style draws inspiration from the classic scooters and features a tasty retro style combined with a few modern details which give it a pretty unique appearance. The L-shaped front lights, the imposing headlight, classic color scheme and the sharp front end al all working together to form a dynamic shape which inspires power. Not to mention about the backlit digital dashboard and 12V socket which is ready to charge up all your electronic accessories.

At the heart of the scooter beats a fuel efficient 125 cc motor which is combined with an 8.5-liter fuel tank (the largest fuel tanks in its class) and an automatic transmission. The scooter is also pretty light weighting only 112 kg.

The 2012 Peugeot Vivacity 3 125 Sixties is offered with Peugeot’s standard 2-year unlimited mileage parts and labor warranty.

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