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Not thinking of getting a Buddy scooter.
Just wondering what people think of it....
Was parked next to a 150 yesterday and it looked like a Vespa wannabe..


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A large number of the members of one of my scooter clubs ride Buddies. From what I've observed they are reliable and rugged bikes.
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As far as "bang for the buck", it doesn't get much better than the Buddy. Vespa wannabe? IMHO, the answer is no.
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The 125 cc is the pick of the litter. The 170i isn't "better" in terms of....anything IMO.
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The Buddy is a great little scooter for the money. It is light weight, quick, and reliable. The low seat makes it an especially good choice for smaller riders who struggle with the seat height of a Vespa. The 10" wheels mean it is primarily an around town ride IMO, but it does that very well. (and gosh knows, some people have taken them on fairly ambitious rides )

And I agree with Gordy - the 125 is the model that stands out as simple, low cost, quick - everything a small scooter should be.
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The Buddy is a great little scooter for the money. It is light weight, quick, and reliable. The low seat makes it an especially good choice for smaller riders who struggle with the seat height of a Vespa. The 10" wheels mean it is primarily an around town ride IMO, but it does that very well. (and gosh knows, some people have taken them on fairly ambitious rides )

And I agree with Gordy - the 125 is the model that stands out as simple, low cost, quick - everything a small scooter should be.
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As far as "bang for the buck", it doesn't get much better than the Buddy. Vespa wannabe? IMHO, the answer is no.
Great traditional style scooter and not a Vespa wannabe IMHO. First scooter I owned - Buddy 125. 7 years later we still have it and it has been the daily rider for teenage boys for most of its life. In that time other than routine maintenance items (oil, belt, rollers, tires, battery) we have spent a grand total of $35 in repairs. That was replacing one mirror where my son parked too close to a brick wall and cracked the mirror when it banged the brick wall putting it on the center stand and another time when the horn quit working. I suspect that was either my son when he decided to swap out the front cowl from cream to black or a casualty of the really bad roads around our house and it came loose since the plug coming lose was the problem there. I highly recommend the Buddy especially for those with shorter inseams. Pick-up and top speed are better on the Buddy than the ET 4 150 we used to have. When it was time to sell one of the smaller scooters my son chose to keep the Buddy over the ET 4.
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As far as "bang for the buck", it doesn't get much better than the Buddy. Vespa wannabe? IMHO, the answer is no.
Great traditional style scooter and not a Vespa wannabe IMHO. First scooter I owned - Buddy 125. 7 years later we still have it and it has been the daily rider for teenage boys for most of its life. In that time other than routine maintenance items (oil, belt, rollers, tires, battery) we have spent a grand total of $35 in repairs. That was replacing one mirror where my son parked too close to a brick wall and cracked the mirror when it banged the brick wall putting it on the center stand and another time when the horn quit working. I suspect that was either my son when he decided to swap out the front cowl from cream to black or a casualty of the really bad roads around our house and it came loose since the plug coming lose was the problem there. I highly recommend the Buddy especially for those with shorter inseams. Pick-up and top speed are better on the Buddy than the ET 4 150 we used to have. When it was time to sell one of the smaller scooters my son chose to keep the Buddy over the ET 4.
Had similar results with my fiance's Buddy Italia 170i. I like the pickup and go with the Buddy. The ride and suspension is superior on my LX compared to the Buddy however. I really have nothing but positive things to say about Buddy since they are a local product. (built in Taiwan but sold by Geniune of Chicago). She's a shorter person 5'0. So it fits her well.
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Local scooter shop in Cincy sells lots of Buddys along with Vespas. A lot less than an LX 150.
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I have ridden one and found them too small for me.

I will stick to the bigger scooters.

But if you are vertically challenged it would be a good fit. Lots of people use them. They are considered decent scooters.
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Buddies are great scooters. If it wasn't for the Vespas I would get one in a heart bit. Razz emoticon
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My wife loves her Buddy. Okay, I know what you are thinking, I meant her scooter...
This^is funny!
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Im of average height (5'9'') and find the Buddy very comfortable.
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I don't think they are a Vespa wannabe at all. Great little city scooter, easy to ride, lots of fun, and very inexpensive to maintain. I'm short... But can handle the GTV fine. But I can flat foot easily on the Buddy st 5'3".
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Great starter scooter. It worked for me. Still have it and enjoy using it.
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Find out more at Modern Buddy.
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I'm thinking the OP was more interested in what Vespa owners thought of Buddys than the Buddy itself.
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Find out more at Modern Buddy.
I'm thinking the OP was more interested in what Vespa owners thought of Buddys than the Buddy itself.
I suspect the ringing endorsement the Buddy is getting answers that question. 8)
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Re: Buddy Scooter
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Not thinking of getting a Buddy scooter.
Just wondering what people think of it....
Was parked next to a 150 yesterday and it looked like a Vespa wannabe..


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What a ridiculous statement about a scooter. And it's the sort that gives some Vespa riders and owners that subtle odor of elitism which is so off putting.

Just because Piaggio designed, or had a hand in designing, what we all know as a "step through frame" scooter does not mean everything else is a "wannabe" or "clone" just because it's made by others.

Also, if you'd bother to take a closer look you will notice the Buddy has very distinctive stylng cues, particularly at it's rear end and quarters.

In actuality other then the fact they are both scooters by design, a Vespa and Buddy share very little in common styling wise.

Unless Vespa has dibs on leg shields and round headlights all around. In that case, how dare anyone else even think of building a scooter!
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Oh, and I understand this is a Vespa forum. It's why I am a member here. But, come now. Shouldn't Vespa riders, some of whom are all about scooters, know better then to judge all scooters next to Vespa? Facepalm emoticon
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After owning a BlackJack 150 for 3 years, I can say Buddy's are reliable, Very flickable, and just plain fun to ride.

If I ever decide to get a smaller, round town scoot, It will be a Buddy 125
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Al Davis wrote:
Syd wrote:
Find out more at Modern Buddy.
I'm thinking the OP was more interested in what Vespa owners thought of Buddys than the Buddy itself.
I suspect the ringing endorsement the Buddy is getting answers that question. 8)
Well said.
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After owning a BlackJack 150 for 3 years, I can say Buddy's are reliable, Very flickable, and just plain fun to ride.

If I ever decide to get a smaller, round town scoot, It will be a Buddy 125
The "price point" on the 125 vs. the 170i is a bit much, but I think if the price changes, the 125 will go up, not the 170 down.

Me? I pay $600 more and get a 170. FI and more power.
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After owning a BlackJack 150 for 3 years, I can say Buddy's are reliable, Very flickable, and just plain fun to ride.

If I ever decide to get a smaller, round town scoot, It will be a Buddy 125
The "price point" on the 125 vs. the 170i is a bit much, but I think if the price changes, the 125 will go up, not the 170 down.

Me? I pay $600 more and get a 170. FI and more power.
The 170i doesn't run better, get better mileage, or go enough faster to make a difference. Then there's the overheating "code" for the 170i when run hard.

Im just saying.
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Hairball wrote:
After owning a BlackJack 150 for 3 years, I can say Buddy's are reliable, Very flickable, and just plain fun to ride.

If I ever decide to get a smaller, round town scoot, It will be a Buddy 125
The "price point" on the 125 vs. the 170i is a bit much, but I think if the price changes, the 125 will go up, not the 170 down.

Me? I pay $600 more and get a 170. FI and more power.
The 170i doesn't run better, get better mileage, or go enough faster to make a difference. Then there's the overheating "code" for the 170i when run hard.

Im just saying.
And the 125 comes in "tangerine". Love that.

I think a few people thought the Buddy 170i was a highway scoot. That would suck. I love my scoot, but riding it at WOT constantly? No way. It is not what the Buddy is built for.
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Al Davis wrote:
gogogordy wrote:
Al Davis wrote:
Hairball wrote:
After owning a BlackJack 150 for 3 years, I can say Buddy's are reliable, Very flickable, and just plain fun to ride.

If I ever decide to get a smaller, round town scoot, It will be a Buddy 125
The "price point" on the 125 vs. the 170i is a bit much, but I think if the price changes, the 125 will go up, not the 170 down.

Me? I pay $600 more and get a 170. FI and more power.
The 170i doesn't run better, get better mileage, or go enough faster to make a difference. Then there's the overheating "code" for the 170i when run hard.

Im just saying.
And the 125 comes in "tangerine". Love that.

I think a few people thought the Buddy 170i was a highway scoot. That would suck. I love my scoot, but riding it at WOT constantly? No way. It is not what the Buddy is built for.
Exactamundo. Best bet...Buddy 125.
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Or a Buddy 150.

I am pissed I didn't snag a Blackjack.
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Or a Buddy 150.

I am pissed I didn't snag a Blackjack.
There are still a few Blackjacks around, if you look.

Just maybe not on Mars...
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I'm thinking the OP was more interested in what Vespa owners thought of Buddys than the Buddy itself.
Seems like I ruffled some feathers regarding the Vespa Wannabe statement.
Mentioned that because at a quick first glance looked like a Vespa shape to me..a million apologies to all those Buddy owners who may have taken offense...

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I'm thinking the OP was more interested in what Vespa owners thought of Buddys than the Buddy itself.
Seems like I ruffled some feathers regarding the Vespa Wannabe statement.
Mentioned that because at a quick first glance looked like a Vespa shape to me..a million apologies to all those Buddy owners who may have taken offense...

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No offense taken but I consider the more rounded shape to be classic European styling not necessarily Vespa as compared to the more pointy-angular style I associate with Asian scoots.

You see the rounded shape in vintage scooters like the Triumph Tina, even Hinkels have curves as opposed to the pointy Helix.
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That's It
Okay everyone I am about to start a I don't own a Buddy thread
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I think they are cool; never ridden one, love the color combos that are available. Heard great things about their reliability Never heard about any parts supplies/ drama.

The 10" wheels seem dated by today's standards.

I would own the 220 Blur.
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Okay everyone I am about to start a I don't own a Buddy thread
Well, I'd join in, except..............
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I think they are cool; never ridden one, love the color combos that are available. Heard great things about their reliability Never heard about any parts supplies/ drama.

The 10" wheels seem dated by today's standards.

I would own the 220 Blur.
Not to stir the pot, or attempt to change your opinion but I've rideen them both.

There's a reason the Blur is GSC's slowest seller.
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There's a reason the Blur is GSC's slowest seller.
Agree. The main thing to be said about the Blur is that you can certainly buy a used one dirt cheap.
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Though I have two Vespa scoots, I'm thinking of getting them a Buddy. 8)
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Love the buddy, had one as my second scoot, sold it but loved that little scoot and considered a 50cc 2 stroke one for awhile now. Just can't convince the wife I need 3 scooters..
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I don't own a Buddy. Or a PGO whatever. I think 'Buddy' is a ridiculous name for a scooter, no matter how fabulous they may be.

There. I've said it.
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I don't own a Buddy. Or a PGO whatever. I think 'Buddy' is a ridiculous name for a scooter, no matter how fabulous they may be.

There. I've said it.
PGO BuBu. Pronounced like "Boo-Boo."

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