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Dave Weller

PostSubject: Piaggio X10   Mon Jun 25, 2012 11:51 am

I went to Robinson's Foundary today, sat on the X10, it looks like it's been compressed into a low scoot, so a lanky lad will find it all wrong for him I think. It is very long, the underseat storage is shallow, although they say 2 flip up helmets will fit. It has a nice dash with normal round speedo and rev counter with inset fuel and temp gauges and a big LED screen.
They have 4 colours available
Quality looks good and it should do 82mpg, with an additional 5% if you put it in a gentle mode, has a form of traction control and ABS.
I don't think it will replace either the Burgman 650 or the Swing125 in my garage at the moment.
It was worth a ride down to Canterbury in the sun.
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PostSubject: x10 tales   Thu Dec 20, 2012 12:33 pm

Had mine a few months now. Done 1550 miles though awful weather has limited outings lately. The machine has been trouble free and is a joy to ride. Handles precisely and goes where you point it. Fuel consumption so far is just 80 mpg , the majority of the time with the engine set to economy. The figure could be higher, but the sheer performance of the bike encourages plenty of throttle. Never ridden a Burgman 400 so can't comment on any comparison, except that the Suzuki looks superb as well. Best wishes.
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Dave Weller

PostSubject: Re: Piaggio X10   Thu Dec 20, 2012 2:44 pm

The X10 sounds like a very sorted new scoot, a few people have them on the X9 owners site. Fuel consumption is on par with the NC700 which replaced my Burgman.
Nice to hear positive reviews, Piaggio have turned the corner hopefully, I like the Beverly 350 Sport a lot, but I want to get some good use from the S-Wing 125.
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PostSubject: Re: Piaggio X10   Sun Dec 23, 2012 1:11 am

I saw my first X10 in the west end last week as it went by and it did look nice, i will try for a test ride in the new year.
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