The Chicago Scooter Company opened its doors for business this week, offering its first new scooter, the “go.” The “go.” boasts standard features that far out-weigh other competing economical scooters, including alloy rims, 7 amp battery, Duro Brand tires, three Coats of UV Resistant Paint and anodized hardware to resist rust. Additional features include telescopic fork front suspension, single shock rear suspension, front disc brakes, rear drum brakes and high quality wiring harness.
The “go.” will be sold through dealers across the country and is available in mint green, white or matte titanium. Powered by a 49.6cc, 2.0 horsepower restricted forced air engine, the “go.” will reach a top speed of 30 mph, is drivable in most states with a standard auto driver’s license, and features 100 miles per gallon gas mileage.
With a MSRP of $1099, the “go.” comes with a one year limited parts warranty.
For more information: www.chicagoscootercompany.com