Sym Brings Mio 50 and Citycom 300i Scooters to Canada

2013 Sym Citycom 300i makes it to Canada 3 photos
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2013 Sym Citycom 300i2013 Sym Mio 50
Two new Sym scooters will be imported in Canada, CMG informs. The Canadian riders will soon be able to choose between the small-displacement Mio 50 and the larger cruiser commuter Citycom 300i.
It looks like Sym will be offering 5 scooters of the fall, after these two new line-up additions will be present in the Motorsports Canada showrooms. Currently Sym is selling the HD200, 50cc Honda Cub-clone named Symba and the 150cc Wolf motorcycle.

Just like its name clearly states, the Mio 50 is a small, 10"-wheeled 49cc 4-stroke machine. Sporting the obvious CVT transmission and belt drive, the SyM Mio 50 is supposed to weigh in around 80 kg (176 lbs) and retailing for $2,299 (€1,670).

On the other hand, the Citycom 300i is a completely different thing: a larger commuter, powered by a much brawnier liquid-cooled injected engine, rumored to hit the 130 km/h (80 mph) mark. The Sym Citycom 300i rolls on 16" wheels and no-nonsense 260mm rotors for both ends. The same source says we should expect this commuter with a $3,999 (€2,910) price tag.
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