The 2009 SYM Fiddle II offers two engine options to meet the needs of those who want a little more, or a little less power. The SYM Fiddle II 50cc offers 3.15 horsepower that should suit teenagers and young adults who only need to travel across neighborhoods. The SYM Fiddle II 125cc offers 8.4 horsepower, which makes it more suitable for those who want to commute to work, or travel down multi-lane roads without worrying the traffic will overwhelm them.
Both versions of the 2009 SYM Fiddle II rely on single-cylinder, four-stroke engines, and continuously variable transmissions. This makes them dependable scooters that practically anyone can control, including 16-year-olds who are still getting used to the rules of the road. Since the scooters don't offer too much power, parents can feel safe letting their teens have a little more freedom to explore the world without their supervision.
The 2009 SYM Fiddle II offers excellent fuel efficiency that will appeal to anyone who likes saving money at the pump. The 50cc version of the SYM Fiddle II gets an estimated 118 mpg. The SYM Fiddle II 125cc version gets an estimated 106 mpg. Both versions of the scooter come with 1.3-gallon tanks. That amount of gasoline, combined with the stellar fuel efficiency, should mean that riders rarely have to stop at gas stations.
The 2009 SYM Fiddle II gives owners more than an affordable way to travel surface streets. It comes with front hydraulic disc, and rear drum brakes, that make it capable of stopping on a dime. It also has a telescopic fork front suspension and twin sided swing arm rear suspension, which makes the ride smooth.
The 2009 SYM Fiddle II is a great little scooter for young people who want a stylish, comfortable way to commute short distances. While it might not have the power that some people want, that is by design. By including a small engine, SYM has helped ensure that the Fiddle II gets the seal of approval from parents.