United Motors introduced the Xpeed in 2007 to meet the needs of consumers who wanted a convenient way to commute short distances. With a combined estimated fuel economy of 71 mpg, riders don't need to worry about spending too much money on fuel. Since the scooter has a 2.4-gallon tank, owners only have to stop to refuel once every 170 miles. That's more than enough for the average person who just wants a quick, inexpensive way to get to work, and to run errands.
By using a small scooter like the 2009 United Motors Xpeed, drivers can avoid the frustration of looking for parking spots in crowded urban areas. This makes the Xpeed perfect for people who want to avoid crowded subways and buses, as well as gridlocked interstates. With the United Motors Xpeed, drivers simply come and go with ease.
The 2009 United Motors Xpeed has a 24-horsepower, four-stroke, single-cylinder engine, which helps contribute to its excellent fuel efficiency. Since it doesn't offer a lot of power and speed, though, it's best to ride the Xpeed on surface streets, rather than taking it on interstates or expressways. The Xpeed's slight 363 pounds can turn well-meaning semis into dangerous obstacles. As long as it's used properly, though, this scooter matches the performance and safety needs of most people who want to avoid cars when taking short trips.
The United Motors Xpeed offers plenty of storage for short drives. It comes standard with lockable storage in the dash, and under the seat. Whether stowing an important paper for class, or bringing home ingredients for the evening meal, the Xpeed is a convenient option. A storage area specially designed for helmets will help riders make safe decisions when they head out on errands.
The 2009 United Motors Xpeed 250i, however, isn't just about practicality. Sure, by using the Xpeed instead of a car, drivers can reduce their fuel consumption, avoid traffic, and find parking spots easier. But United Motors also made sure that the 2009 Xpeed was fun to drive. Its continuously variable transmission means that riders don't have to worry about switching gears. Instead, they can enjoy the wind as they buzz down the road. Telescopic fork and twin sided swing arm suspensions also make the Xpeed comfortable, so riders don't have to watch for every little hole in the road. The Xpeed is a carefree, wind-in-your face ride that offers plenty of freedom, even if it doesn't have enough power to give you an adrenaline rush.
The 2009 United Motors Xpeed is a practical scooter for people who don't need a lot of speed, or space from their vehicles. Anyone looking for a convenient way to commute short distances should consider the advantages of owning an Xpeed.