2014 Yamaha Other on 2040-motos
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This posting is for a gray and black 2014 Yamaha Zuma 50F motorized scooter. I think it's technically 49cc and legally classified as a motorcycle because it is capable of exceeding 30 miles per hour (45 downhill is my top speed). I bought the vehicle brand new at MR Motorcycle in Asheville, NC. It was driven back and forth to work for about five months, spent a year outside and a year in storage. Yamaha Extended Service warranty is in effect until July 18, 2019. I also have around five hundred dollars in prepaid service at MR Motorcycle.
This scooter is more fun than I can explain. Living in Asheville, NC when I bought it, I zipped around downtown and West Asheville very easily due to the low speed limits and easy parking. Now that I'm in Atlanta and moving to an apartment where storing and riding the scooter is impractical, it has to go.
I'm including a 6' 8028 Doberman Coil Cable lock, which has its own warranty. I also have a helmet and waterproof jumpsuit if wanted. However, even though I've never had any spills, it's always best to get fitted with a brand new helmet that works best for you.
It's made for one-rider only, has a wet weight limit of 205 lbs, is automatic and fuel-injected, holds just over a gallon of gas, and easily gets 100 miles per gallon.
I would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. Thanks for looking!!
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