By far the best way to get around Saigon, motorbikes are an essential part of the Vietnamese experience! Whether you prefer a scooter or moped , automatic or manual, we can provide a motorcycles ideally suited to your needs in rent. All our bikes are regularly maintained and in excellent condition. We provide home-delivery, emergency repair and bike replacement, and regular maintenance at NO EXTRA CHARGE.
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|The Wave Alpha is one of the most popular motorbikes in Vietnam today. Extremely reliable and fuel-efficient, it features an electric starter, semi-automatic transmission (you shift with your foot but there's no clutch), 100 cc, 4-stroke engine, and front and rear disc brakes. A seat height of 760 mm means that even shorter riders can ride without difficulty.|
|The Wave S and RS are identical to the Wave Alpha but have a slightly larger body for larger riders as well as wider tires for better handling.|
By far the most popular sport-style scooter in Vietnam, the Yamaha Nouvo features a specially developed rigid, underbone frame which gives it a moped-like ride and good handling performance but also the same level of comfort as a scooter(motorcycle) .It features an automatic transmission, 115 cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder engine, and front disc brakes (rear drum). Also, has a large storage space beneath the seat.
|Introduced in 2007, the Nouvo Neo features several improvements over the Nouvo II, most notably inceased engine torque and an improved carburetor for cleaner exhaust and greater fuel efficiency.|
|Essentially a more compact Nouvo , the Yamaha Mio Ultimo was introduced in 2006, specifically for smaller riders, with a seat height of 745 mm and a dry weight of only 90 kg. Like the Nouvo, it features an automatic transmission, 115 cc, 4-stroke engine as well as front disc brakes.|
|Introduced in 2007, the Mio Classico is mechanically identical to the Mio Ultimo but features retro Italian styling, giving it an elegant, Vespa-like appearance.|
|One of the most popular automatic-transmission bikes in Vietnam, the Attila has a scooter-style body and smaller, thicker tires which give a more comfortable ride. Although its handling is slightly less responsive than the Nouvo's, it features a powerful 125 cc, air-cooled engine, drum brakes, and a large storage space beneath the seat.|
|Introduced in late 2006, the Attila Victoria features sportier styling, a more powerful engine, improved carburetor, and front disc brakes.|
|Strong and reliable, the SYM Excel is great for larger riders who need a little more leg space. Features large, wide tires for a comfortable ride and a 150 cc engine for powerful acceleration. Also has a large storage space beneath the seat.|