Tag Archive | "SYM"

Cubs to begin arriving in three weeks

Wednesday, April 15, 2009


(You can stop staring at your scrapbook because the cubs will be landing soon. Image source) Many of you have been anxiously awaiting the arrival of the first new cub type scooters in the USA since Honda discontinued the Passport back in 1983 (actually, there have been others but nothing worth mentioning). Well my friends, […]

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Teaser shot – The 2009 SYMBA

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


Lookie here y’all! Fresh off the boat, it’s the 2009 SYMBA from who else but SYM. I’ve had a chance to give her a physical and even a test ride. Here’s my first impressions: - She’s slim… VERY slim. The widest part of the Symbais about as wide as my shoulders. - She’s a four […]

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News Flash! The SYM version of the Cub is OFFICIALLY headed our way!

Thursday, December 4, 2008


(It’s coming in Monza RED? Just like the good ol’ days!) Ladies and gents, hang on to yer hats. A very reliable source tells us that the SYM’s Wowow is officially coming to the USA and they’ve provided us images of the forthcoming colors as well as the official name, SYMBA! Get it? SYMba? Tiger […]

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Poll results – Your favorite 150cc from SYM?

Monday, November 24, 2008


The votes are in and it looks like the next SYM 150cc scooter with a chance at coming to the USA is the VS 150 with 67% of the 168 total votes.  There are some adjustments to be made caused by 4 votes outside of the USA, but not enough to sway the results in […]

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Poll: Next SYM 150cc Model? You choose.

Monday, November 17, 2008


-OR- (Click to make each SUPER sized) Both scooters are 150cc 4-stroke with very similar performance and specs. Both are from the drafting tables of Nova Design. Both are from SYM, but only ONE has a chance to make it to the USA. So what’s it gonna be? You choose. Review of the VS 150 […]

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Reason #523 to NOT buy an unsupported scooter

Monday, October 20, 2008


Loss of “cool-points”.

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