3 “luxurious” scooter models priced under 15 million VND in Vietnam

Also a symbol of luxury and wealth. It was also a measure of Vietnamese people’s playfulness. But the scooter models below have fallen out of favor and dropped in price dramatically just because of the habit of “drinking gas”.

Difficult economic conditions and rising gasoline prices cause consumers to consider choosing a scooter that ensures the following factors: Durability, fuel economy, fashion, convenience… In which, saving gasoline is considered a key factor. Top criteria for consumers to choose a car. Manufacturers, therefore, are constantly researching and producing car models that “consume” as little gasoline as possible.

The trend of fuel-efficient vehicles is on the rise, meaning that scooter models that “drink” gasoline will no longer have a place and disappear from the market.

3 The trend of fuel-efficient vehicles is on the rise, meaning that scooter models that “drink” gasoline will no longer have a place in the market.

Also a symbol of luxury and wealth. It was also a measure of Vietnamese people’s playfulness. But the scooter models below have fallen out of favor and dropped in price dramatically just because of the habit of “drinking gas”. Consumers even think of them as “giveaway” cars.

Honda’s motobike @

A very trendy scooter from Honda in the year 2000. For the technology world, this was a time of strong development of the Internet, which people also refer to as the “@ Generation”. Honda @ marked the appearance of scooters with big wheels and high seats. At that time, Honda @ was considered a measure of the owner’s “playfulness”.

3 This 2003 Honda @ is being sold by users for 14.5 million VND

Owning a machine similar to the later Honda SH, large 16-inch rims, but only after a period of peaking, Honda @ gradually lost its position and was hardly seen on the road anymore.

Some people who have owned Honda @ said that even though it is a Honda, because it has a large 150cc engine, @ has high fuel consumption. A newly opened car “consumes” 4 liters of gasoline for a distance of 100km, with a stable speed of 60km/h. In the inner city, cars consume more fuel and the older they are, the more they consume more fuel.

Currently, at Dich Vong car market there are also a few Honda @ cars sold for about 15 million VND.

Suzuki Avenis

This scooter model was massively imported to Vietnam, especially around 2002. The initial selling price of Avenis was 5,500 USD. Avenis is a car model manufactured and imported from Japan, there is no assembly, the chassis registration certificate only has 8 numbers.

3 Avenis has a strong, powerful engine but consumes a lot of gasoline

Avenis has 2 versions 125cc and 150cc. The car’s European-style design initially made a strong impression on customers, especially young people. But Avenis’s glorious time was short-lived, after only 2 years Avenis was no longer popular.

The car has a strong and powerful engine, but consumes a lot of gasoline (about 4l/100km) and often breaks down, so the price of the car is now very cheap.

It is known that Avenis 150 registered in 2002 can currently only be sold for around 10 million VND. On many car buying and selling sites, many people sell them at low prices ranging from 6 to 7 million VND.

Piaggio X9

Piaggio’s “Super Spaceship” had a more impressive media performance at the time of its launch. Many people probably still remember the combination of the X9 car model and the Tiger beer brand with the slogan: “Pull the Tiger cap and get an X9”.

3 The X9 has a fuel consumption of nearly 5 liters/100km

Piaggio’s car model is a testament to the wealth and luxury of drivers at that time. When introducing its products, Piaggio did not forget to mention the size of the trunk by using the image of a large bag of tennis rackets stuck in the trunk of the X9. At that time, tennis was an aristocratic sport.

The car has a bit of a Touring feel, its European-style design gradually shows many disadvantages in the harsh traffic conditions in our country. The length of 2,130 mm x width of 865 mm makes it difficult for the car to turn around on crowded roads. The 125cc engine has to pull a weight of up to 179kg, which also makes the car sluggish and fuel consumption is up to nearly 5 liters/100km. .

These reasons make even the most car enthusiasts tired and over time, the Piaggio X9 also gradually disappears on the streets.

The current price of Piaggio X9 is about 10 million VND for a car in good condition.

Ha An (TTTD)

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