2016 - 2018 Lance PCH
Lance Powersports expanded its imported range back in 2013 with the addition of the PCH series scooters. Model year 2016 saw the addition of the 200i engine that brought the PCH into the 21st Century with fuel-injection induction control, better power and improved mileage. Offering the 50 cc and 125 cc models as part of the PCH stable, Lance gives the scooter market a Euro-sport styled, budget-minded ride for urban or suburban transportation.
Continue reading for my review of the Lance PCH 50, 125, and 200i.
The SanYang Motor Company (SYM), a company that has been in the two-wheel production game since it started building motorbikes for Honda back in 1961, makes the PCH family of scooters for the Lance brand. Lance imports a variety of scooters from SYM for sale in the domestic market under its own moniker, which brings us to the 2016 PCH models with a choice of 50, 125 and 150 cc engines.
Though the U.S doesn’t use the stratified operator licensing employed by other nations, negating the need to shop by engine size for those requirements, we do have a 150 cc minimum displacement for legal highway travel. Since the biggest PCH model meets that requirement, the models with the smaller engines give customers some alternatives so you can shop by price, or desired top speed to get exactly what you need for your purposes.
Continue reading for my review of the 2016 Lance 50/125/150.