Only kilometers.billmeek said:That's around 75 MPH (for us that don't do metric easily). What kind of gas mileage you seeing on the 125?
lol. I understand now. I did only 100 kilometer so far so I didn't find this out yet. Friends who drive the same burgman, told me about 30 kilometers for a liter.billmeek said:Ooops ... guess I should have worded it differently. I was wondering what kilometers per liter of fuel you're getting on the 125 since we don't get the 125 or 200 here in the US.
Or in US terms, around 70 miles per gallon. I'd be interested in knowing your own results after a few tanks of fuel. I though the 125 might be getting 35 km/liter or above depending on the riding style.Forwie said:... about 30 kilometers for a liter.
BECAUSE the US population, in general, isn't turned on by Scooters like everybody else. Remember, as a general rule, the US is full of WIDE OPEN spaces and land and even our cities are not as crowded and dense as some cities that are hundreds, if not a thousand, years old.Dad said:
Ok, I'm going to chip in to this 4 year old thread too. It is not a question of other countries being more expensive - it is a case of everything in the US being so CHEAP. :shock:Drew said:Is Everything this expensive in all over Europe?
I plugged the Euro cost of the Burg 400 into my currency converter.
€7589. = $9116.30 US!!
The 400 lists for $5700 here!
Makes me want to buy a shipload here and take them to Europe and sell them at the dock..........