The QLINK Siena 150 is a retro styled scooter that apparently had a short shelf life in the United States. It was introduced about 2008, with sales discontinued after the release of the 2009 model. Made in Chongqing, China, the Siena 150 comes in black, light blue, pastel pink, and white. The scooter has an ergonomically designed seat that is comfortable for passengers and drivers. The one-piece vinyl seat has a detachable backrest with a grab rail and footpegs for the passenger. A top case for storing items is standard, as is the under-seat lockable storage. The vintage look is enhanced with classic round mirrors.
The instrument panel includes a fuel gauge, odometer, and speedometer. The Siena 150 has both an electric- and kick-start. The transmission is fully automatic, making it easy for beginning riders who have not yet learned the motorcycle clutch system. Front and rear brakes are hydraulic; the frame is made from steel and the body parts from plastic. Official gas mileage estimates are not available, but the Siena 150 should get 75 to 80 mpg when compared to similar models from other manufacturers. This scooter would be good to ride around town and on highways.