The MSRP for the 2004 Yamaha Vino base models and Vino Classic sell for around $1,800. The Yamaha Vino 125 that was new for 2004 has a MSRP of around $2,500. The base model 2004 Yamaha Vino is around 5.35 feet long, 24.8 inches wide, 40.6 inches high and has around 3.3 inches of ground clearance. The 2004 Yamaha Vino 125 is about 5.76 feet long, 27.5 inches wide, about 48.4 inches tall and has around 3.8 inches of ground clearance.
The wheels of the 2004 Yamaha scooters are made of aluminum, and the frames are made of steel. These scooters come equipped with a one-piece seat that is design for the driver. The scooters come equipped with enough floorboard room for a driver and passenger. These scooters come equipped with standard hand grips, handlebars, upper fairing and a wind deflector as well. The driver console of these scooters features fuel level warning gauge, a standard trip odometer and speedometer as well.
The 2004 Yamaha Vino scooters also have standard helmet storage, a rear rack, lockable storage and under the seat storage as well. The scooters typically have around 0.7 cubic feet of available storage capacity. The payload capacity for these scooters is around 165 pounds for the base model and around 317 pounds for the 2004 Vino 125 scooter.
Many riders love the scooters because they prove to be durable and reliable over long periods of time. Some riders say the acceleration can drag but these scooters can still keep up with traffic and get up to speeds of around 60 miles per hour. The scooter doesn’t necessarily absorb bumps, divots or changes in the landscape well so riders say it serves best to avoid or slow down before railroad tracks, potholes and other bumps. Some riders prefer to stand in order to avoid the shock have hiding a bump or pothole in the road.
Many riders were attracted to the styling of the scooter, and love how quickly it starts up in cold weather. Riders typically enjoy lower insurance rates and much better fuel economy when they choose a 2004 Yamaha Vino scooter over other forms of transportation; it’s easier to find space to park as well. Riders typically think the Yamaha Vino is a great choice for a scooter that has value that easily exceeds its low retail cost.