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SCOOTERS 09 VINO CLASSIC 1 10 M P G MAJESTY 96 M P G 09 MOBILE THRONE It’s the next best thing to being chauffeured; all you do is hop aboard, twist the throttle and go. The Majesty’s powerful 395cc engine and full-automatic transmission do the rest, easily transporting you and a passenger just about anywhere within your domain (and pretty far outside it, too). Car-like convenience, comfort and a big, 3.7-gallon gas tank give the Majesty serious range at 50 mpg.* And a big windshield, plush seat for two and 16 gallons of locking storage beneath it complete the majestic picture.
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VINO CLASSIC VINO 125 LIVE A LITTLE Combine classic styling with modern engineering and you wind up with the Yamaha Vinos. Clean, reliable four-stroke engines power both scooters–124cc for the Vino 125, 49cc for the Vino Classic–and both start with the push of a button and get great mileage: 96 mpg for the Vino 125 and 110 mpg for the Vino Classic. Both feature fully * automatic transmissions and super low-maintenance drive systems. VINO 125 THINK ON TOP OF THE BOX That cube shape gives the C3 great storage capacity–about nine gallons–and it’s hard to beat a 49cc fuel-injected four-stroke engine that gets up to 115 miles on a single gallon of fuel.* Big wide tires, motorcycle-style fork and that zippy engine mean it’s a hoot to ride too.
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