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2016 - 2018 SYM CityCom S 300i

2016 - 2018 SYM CityCom S 300i
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  • SYM CityCom S 300i
  • Year:
    2016- 2018
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    single cylinder
  • Displacement:
    278 cc
  • Top Speed:
    83 mph
  • Price:
    4999
  • Price:

Almost A Maxi Scooter With Less-Than-Maxi-Scooter Price

Back in mid-2016, Taiwan-based SanYang Motor updated its CityCom line with the new CityCom S 300i that brings a sportier style and upgraded performance to the U.S. scooter market. The factory was going for a more aggressive-looking machine with the chops to back it up, so it boosted horsepower up to 27.9 ponies, and top speed up to an interstate-capable 83 mph. LED lighting increases visibility from the rear for greater safety, and the machine was given a generally brushing up for the next gen. Join me while I dive into the details.

Continue reading for my review of the SYM CityCom S 300i.

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2016 - 2018 SYM CityCom S 300i

2016 - 2018 SYM CityCom S 300i

Almost A Maxi Scooter With Less-Than-Maxi-Scooter Price

Back in mid-2016, Taiwan-based SanYang Motor updated its CityCom line with the new CityCom S 300i that brings a sportier style and upgraded performance to the U.S. scooter market. The factory was going for a more aggressive-looking machine with the chops to back it up, so it boosted horsepower up to 27.9 ponies, and top speed up to an interstate-capable 83 mph. LED lighting increases visibility from the rear for greater safety, and the machine was given a generally brushing up for the next gen. Join me while I dive into the details.

Continue reading for my review of the SYM CityCom S 300i.

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2016 SYM Citycom 300i

2016 SYM Citycom 300i

In 2012, SYM introduced its first fuel injected model — the Citycom 300i — for the 2013 model year. Joining the ranks of big-wheel scooters, the Citycom 300i sports 16-inch wheels for stability and smooth riding across town or up the highway.

A little differently blended for the North American market, the Citycom comes with a 263 cc engine — not the 278 cc F4 engine in outside markets — and comes with no linked or combined brakes here. I kinda wish it did, but so far that hasn’t detracted much from what is a sporty-looking and sporty-capable ride.

Continue reading for my review of the SYM Citycom 300i.

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