Try out a city slicker
WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?
A perennial favourite with scooter riders, Yamaha's Vity has sold strongly right across Europe in recent years.
So just why is the Vity so popular?
Well, there is its nimble and easy handling for a start, along with its large storage capacity. In addition, the Vity is cheap to buy and run as well as being among the most stylish scooters around.
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Then there is the virtually bombproof Yamaha 125cc engine to consider. It offers good performance and runs sweetly.
The 2012 Vity features a dual seat that can be easily unlocked to reveal the under-seat storage space.
The manufacturer claims it is good for storing your helmet but it would have to be pretty small to fit in here.
Other storage options include the steering column and rear luggage rack. For those that require it, a clear windshield is an optional extra.
Yamaha is offering the new 2012 Vity model featuring updated sporty styling with 10-inch alloy wheels and a short wheelbase that combines to make for quick steering with low rider inputs along with easy low speed manoeuvrability.
WHAT DOES IT COST?
There's no getting away from it, with the Vity starting from just £1,999, you get a lot of scooter for your money but this is no bargain basement model.
You can look forward to safe, fun riding from a quality product that should prove to be long-lasting and very reliable.
HOW DOES IT HANDLE?
With 153mm disc brakes at the front and 110mm drum brakes at the rear, this scooter's braking performance is particularly reassuring.
The Vity is also designed to allow safe and easy riding for two.
With a large and luxurious dual-step seat, cleverly designed integrated foot rests and a rear grab rail, pillion passengers should feel secure and comfortable.
There's plenty of grip even though the Vity only sports 10-inch front and rear tyres. The Vity behaves sweetly out on the road.
Its lightness allied to telescopic front forks and swing rear suspension help to provide the scooter with precise and nimble handling.
It's extremely manoeuvrable and reassuring to fling about.
Yamaha's Vity is well worth its asking price. The Vity is available in Competition White or Gun Metallic.
Well made in the usual Yamaha fashion, this is one very desirable and very fashionable scooter.
If you're looking for a comfortable city ride, the Yamaha Vity is well worth a look.