Symba 100 Reviews



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Symba's World Adventure - A True Symba 100 Owner Story


Initially I had thought of the CT-110s, but eventually settled on the mighty SYM Symba! Our local dealer was having a sale on Symbas ($1999 each) and they were about the same price as a good CT-110 but with the advantage of being 30 years newer. Some basic research into the Symbas showed that they are (probably) capable of the miles and hours we will be requesting of them...




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Celebrating the Symba Scooter


Everybody wanted to ride the Symba. Even other non-SYM dealers wanted to have a spin. Bob Hedstrom of Scooterville enjoyed the bike and commented that the Symba should be the bike to stop people from riding with sandals on their feet! (could be painful with that shifter) Other than the correctable seating issue, I thought the Symba was a blast to ride...




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SYM Symba 100 First Ride


Sym's Symba may be a good way to save some dough, but it's also fun, practical and very capable of all kinds of two-wheel motorized tasks. At $2398 it's about as inexpensive as an over-50cc scooter can get...




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SYM Symba Scooter Review


At $2398 it's about as inexpensive as an over-50cc scooter can get. It's also fun and charming enough to feel special, not just cheap transportation. It's not for everyone, but it deserves a test ride. Sixty million riders can't be wrong...




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SYM Symba vs Honda Super Cub Scooter Comparison


Watch the Video Reviews and Comparisons between SYM Symba and Honda Super Cub...




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SYM Symba scooter offers alternative in a sea of Vespa wannabes by LA Times Review


This bike comes with a lot of optional accessories that speak to its use as primary transportation in other parts of the world and its potential use as a practical commuter here in the U.S....




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You meet the nicest people on a Symba


The SYM Symba is a thoroughly lovable basic transportation tool that you could probably pass on to your grandchildren. Definitely consider making room in your toolbox...