Biggest/Largest Scooter for tall rider.

SUPERENDURO

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Hello!
I am 1,90/100kg's and wonder if there is any scooter that will fit a taller/heavier rider better.
I want to buy a new or almost new or a demo.
I have been looking at these on the web:

Honda Wave 125i, AirCool, 4-gear, FuelInjection, Electric Starter (48500 Baht)

Honda Air Blade i, 110cc, LiquidCool, CVT, FI, Alloy Wheels (56,000 Baht)

Kawasaki Kaze ZX130R, AC, Carb, 4-gear, ALW (47,500 Baht)

Suzuki Raider 150R, AC, Carb, ES, 6-gear, ALW (54,500 Baht)

Suzuki SkyDrive 125i, FI, CVT, ALW, (48900 Baht)

Yamaha Spark RX 135i, LC, FI, 4-gear, ALW (52500 Baht) LOOKS BIG!

Yamaha Nouvo Elegance, 135cc, LC, Carb, CVT, ALW (55000 Baht)

I have no data on length, seat height, storage, weight, fuel capacity.

PS
What is the rule if thumb, how negotiable are the prices if you pay with cash in a swift deal, any "extra costs" when you buy a new scooter?

The Spark 135i looks like the biggest....
 

nuwatmat

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Nov 21, 2008
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suzuki 400 burgerman,or burgman
I got a nuvo 135. plesant bike. but a bit soft in the frame and spokes when it comes to speed abowe 100,i'm 80 kg 180 cm,its good enough for me and handles my weight whitout problems,however i had the pleasure to drive a burgman 400 and i did realy enjoy it.
Dont pay more than 52 k for the elegance and demand a free helmet .
 

mbox999

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Nov 7, 2007
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SUPERENDURO wrote: Cant find any info on the Suzuki Burgman 400

http://www.motorcycle.in.th/staticpages ... Price_List

What is the Suggested retail price for it?
If it is like most imports it will be way too expensive (Yamaha T-Max is 550,000 Baht),
Thai manufactured Kawasaki ER-6n is 240,000 Baht.
Hi there ,

The Tiger G-Max could also be good ...it is actually a PGO Scooter but i think tiger assembles them here 9Same as they do for sachs) . Its a 150cc so power is good i tested this one a while back very comfortable too. price is 69000 THB here is more info: http://www.tigersachsclub.com/tproducts.html
mbox
 

nuwatmat

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Nov 21, 2008
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Totaly agreee,the g-max is the best bang for the bucks,been sitting on it it is bigger than most scooters.
Red Baron has a 250 honda skywave for the royal sum of 128 k bth.and it is a 98
 

SUPERENDURO

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Not familiar with Tiger at all, how is the quality, parts availability, trade in value?
I think i will try to get my hands on a KLX 250.
The Kawi er-6n also looks like a reasonable bike, are they small.
 

Azoulay

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Hi SuperEnduro,

LOS means "Land of Smiles", the surname given for Thailand, you'lleasily understand why when benchmarking with other countries.

Hope it will stay like that for long...
 

bard

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There are several Burgmans and skywaves for sale at the dealer in 3rd road in Pattaya, just around 100 odd thousand baht.

My wife has a CZ-i which I have to admit is a neat machine for the money, goes on E10 and E20 as well, I tried it and it's OK for a scooter not my type of ride but for the money it's a lot of value and it has clutchless gearing, which is 100 time better than automatic.

Before she had a Nuovo and the stupid automatic was shite, prior to that she had a Honda Wave for 8 years still working great when she sold it, never a single problem. Thus I would vote for a Honda CZ-i same as the 110 Wave but with fuel injection...
 

PICO-PICO

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Oct 17, 2006
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600cc is out of the question?
Why spoil yourself a bit?

Otherwise my Honda Silverwing600 has given me unmeasurable fun over 4 years and close to 70.000km

Pico
 

KZ

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The tallest bike I ever had was the XR650L - I looked down on my buddy on his BMW GS 1000. Had to tilt the bike at a red light to touch down with one foot, and I'm 5'10 (1m79) !