In the western world, when people hear a word motorbike that usually imagine large classic machines by Harley Davidson or fast sports bikes by Yamaha. In Reality however, the most numerous motorized two wheelers on our planet that provide tens of millions with essential mobility are scooters. These personal transporters are affordable to both buy and use, plus the ease of operation opens them up to the widest circle of riders. For all of the countless fans of the segment out there, today we will round up the newest scooter models of 2020 and 2021.
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Information about all models that made it to this #ATmotorcycles release:
SYM Citycom 300i: sym-usa.com/models/citycomS.html
The updated Citycom 300i by SYM is a smart choice for those who prefer practicality and economy for daily commuting, but want more capability than a regular scooter can offer. Fed by electronic fuel injection, the SYM’s bespoke 278cc liquid-cooled four-valve engine delivers 28 horsepower and 20 pound-feet of torque, which is 8 ponies more than the previous 300i Evo.
SYM Fiddle III 200i: sym-usa.com/models/fiddle_III.html
SYM Fiddle III 200i perfectly blends classic two-tone design and retro European headlights with sleek bodywork and modern technologies. The new Fiddle comes equipped with the company’s proprietary Intelligent Injection System that monitors the oxygen content in the air to achieve full combustion, which means better fuel efficiency and rapid acceleration.
Yamaha NMAX 155: yamaha-motor.com.au/products/motorcycle/road/scooter/nmax-155
The first NMAX models were launched in 2015 exclusively for the Indonesian market, but since then, this scoot family has grown to become the brand’s global offering. In 2020, the range enters its second generation, and the largest NMAX155 model is even rumored to hit the US shores.
Honda SH125i and SH150i: hondanews.eu/eu/en/cars/media/pressreleases/195864/2020-honda-sh125i-32
Honda SH125i and SH150i belong to Honda’s million-selling SH range that originally went on sale in 1984. The 125cc model is one of the best selling scoots in Europe, while the larger 150cc one occupies the leading position on its primary, Italian market, where smaller displacement machines are prohibited from motorways.
Honda ADV150: hondanews.com/en-US/releases/release-3c7b0b0d9537d610c7796d97de00b866-2021-honda-adv150-features-innovative-city-adventure-design
Even though the announcement took place on the first of April 2020, Honda weren’t joking about bringing their adventure scooter to the US shores. Already a hit on other markets the ADV150 combines scooter convenience with mild all-terrain capability.
Honda Hunter Cub: honda.co.jp/motorshow/2019/product/ct125.html
The 2021 lineup of the history’s most produced motor vehicle, will be restocked with a rugged version based on the Hunter Cub CT125 concept. This campy two-wheeler drops the majority of external body parts in favor of a naked, post-apocalyptic façade.
Italjet Dragster: italjet.com/moto/en/italjet-moto-dragster/
The Italjet Dragster is a unique two-wheeler built for a brief period between 1998 and 2003, but back in the day its radical looks weren’t enough to amass adequate sales number to continue production. Today, the Bolognese brand will attempt to resurrect the icon.
Honda Forza 300: hondanews.eu/eu/en/motorcycles/media/presskits/201543/2020-honda-forza-300 and Honda Forza 350: aphonda.co.th/honda2017/motorcycle/automatic/forza350-2020
For two decades the HONDA FORZA 300 maxi scooter has been a formidable member of the mid-size segment with powerful GT credentials. Among the 2020 revisions we should mention the intro of a new Limited-Edition Trim and the looming arrival of the Honda FORZA 350.
Super Soco CPx: en.vmotosoco.com/cpx-overview/
Super Soco is an up and coming e-mobility brand that operates under the Chinese VmotoSoco Limited and has a rapidly growing international portfolio of electric scooters and motorcycles. Their latest arrival is a maxi model Super Soco CPx that shall rival 125cc internal combustions models.
Garelli Ciclone: garelli.com/ciclone/
The Italian Garelli Motorcycles has its roots going 100-years back, to 1919 when the company was established by Alberto Garelli in Italian Lombardi. This year, the brand is returning to the scooter field, with an all-new all-electric model, inspired by the original 1976 Ciclone.