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2010 SYM SYMBA

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2010 SYM SYMBA

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2010 SYM SYMBA Specifications

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Identification
Model Type  Scooter
BASE MSRP(US)  $2,598.00
Dealers SYM Dealers
Warranty  24
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Engine:  
Engine Type  Single-Cylinder
Cylinders  1
Engine Stroke  4-Stroke
Horsepower (bhp/kW)  6.7 / 5
Horsepower RPM  8500
Torque (Ft Lbs/Nm)  5 / 6.8
Torque RPM  6000
Cooling  Air
Valves  2
Valves Per Cylinder  2
Valve Configuration  OHV
Displacement (cc/ci)  101.4 / 6.2
Starter  Electric / Kick
Fuel Requirements  Mid Grade
US Miles Per Gallon (Combined)  153
Fuel Type  Gas
Fuel Injector  No
Carburetor  Yes
Number Of Carburetors  1
Carburetion Type  Carburetor
Speed Governor  No
Transmission:  
Transmission Type  Manual / Automatic Clutch
Number Of Speeds  4
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)  Chain
Reverse  No
Wheels & Tires:  
Wheels Composition  Steel
Tube / Tubeless  Tubed
Front Wheel Width (in)  2.5
Rear Wheel Width (in)  2.5
Chromed  No
Front Tire Speed Rating  38L
Front Wheel Diameter  17
Rear Tire Speed Rating  38L
Rear Wheel Diameter  17
Front Tire (Full Spec)  2.5 X 17 38L
Rear Tire (Full Spec)  2.5 X 17 38L
Brakes:  
Front Brake Type  Drum
Front Brake Diameter (in/mm)  5.1 / 130
Rear Brake Type  Drum
Rear Brake Diameter (in/mm)  4.3 / 110
Suspension:  
Front Suspension Type  Telescopic Fork
Front Adjustable Fork Pre-Load  No
Front Adjustable Rebound Damping  No
Front Central Suspension Strut  No
Steering Damper  No
Rear Suspension Type  Twin Sided Swing Arm
Rear Adjustable Shock / Spring Pre-Load  Yes
Rear Adjustable Rebound Damping  No
Number Rear Shock Absorbers  1
Air Adjustable  No
Steering:  
Steering Control  Handlebar
Technical Specifications:  
Length (ft)  6.25
Width (in/mm)  27 / 685.8
Height (in/mm)  41 / 1041.4
Length (ft/ft)  6
Length (ft/in)  3
Dry Weight (lbs/kg)  209 / 94.8
Payload Capacity (lbs/kgs)  199 / 90.3
GVWR (lbs/kgs)  408 / 185.1
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  1.1 / 4.2
Engine Displacement to Weight (cc)  0.49
Seats:  
Seat Type  Two-Piece
Adjustable  No
Seat Material  Vinyl
Seat Location  Driver and Passenger
Folding  No
Seat Height (in/mm)  29.9 / 759.5
Number Of Seats  2
Detachable Passenger Seat  Standard
Grab Rail or Strap  Standard
Exterior:  
Frame  Steel
Body Material  Plastic
Floor Board Location  Driver
Hand Grips  Standard
Foot Peg Location  Passenger
Adjustable  No
Chain Guard  Yes
Chassis Protectors  No
Drive Shaft Guard  No
Engine Case Guard  No
Fork Guards  Yes
Saddle Bag Guard  No
Tank Guard  No
Belt Guard  Yes
Hand Guards  No
Brush Guard  No
Heel Guards  No
Exhaust Guard  Yes
Light Guard  No
Fuel Tank Cover  No
Front Fender  Standard
Rear Fender  Standard
Stand Type  Kick
Handlebars  Standard
Instrumentation:  
Trip Odometer  Standard
Speedometer  Standard
Pricing:  
Warranty (Months/Condition)  24 / Limited
Identification:  
Generic Type (Primary)  Scooter
Manufacturer Country  Taiwan
Introduction Year  2010
Manufacturer Recommend Minimum Age  16
Parent Company  SYM
Display Name  SYMBA
Paint & Finish:  
Metallic  No
Storage:  
Underseat Storage  Standard
Lockable Storage  Standard
Lights:  
Halogen Headlight (s)  Standard
Glass:  
Rearview Mirrors  Standard

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By Nathaniel Dahl(Owner), Oct. 11, 2009
The Honda Super Cub is unquestionably the most popular motorcycle in history, having been in continuous production since 1958, but it's relatively rare in the North America. Having owned and restored many classic Honda Super Cubs - from the early C100 to the '81 - '83 "Passports" (the las... Read Full Review

 

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By Kristin S.(Owner), Oct. 18, 2009
It is a 101cc bike. If that's not enough pep for you then so be it. For a 101cc however, it is a blast to ride. Almost everyone stops and stares, grins, waves...while parked or on the move. It carries with it the happy memories of decades of Honda Super Cubs and Passports. It is easy to ride, l... Read Full Review

 

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Unbelievably economical
By Josh(Owner), Oct. 12, 2009
For those wanting a fun, fuel efficient scooter that can get you around town with classic style, the Symba can't be beat. I've got about 1500 miles on mine, and total maintenance has amounted to a little over $16 for oil changes. Gas mileage has been incredible. If I run it hard, WOT, commuting t... Read Full Review

 

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Awesome!
By Smith(Owner), Oct. 21, 2009
I picked up a SYMBA this summer and am LOVING it. This is a fun and spirited scooter. The only problem is the hand bar for the passenger can be uncomfortable for the driver. Otherwise this is the best money I've spent. Average about 90 mpg, but it's all town, stop-n-go traffic. The red looks tot... Read Full Review

 

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a true pleasure.
By Tim(Owner), Oct. 18, 2009
I love my Sym Symba. I am a recent college grad and I find it anything from a grandma bike as in the first review. I ride it 50 miles a day to and from work and it provides me with nothing but pleasure.



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