The Babydoll was introduced by the California Scooter company in 2010 with a claimed fuel economy of more than 90 miles per gallon. Now in its second year of production, the 2011 California Scooter Co Babydoll is a single-seat scooter designed like an American hotrod. It comes with driver-only footpegs, and the seat has vinyl upholstery over it. The torque measures up to just 9.1 lb-ft, and the engine lacks acceleration comparable to that seen in the scooter’s competition. The single-cylinder, four-stroke engine has a displacement of 1449cc and a kick starter. It will get the rider from A to B, but will fail to do so in any good time. The fuel tank is of just average size, but the biggest plus point about the scooter is its fuel economy. At 90 miles per gallon, the 2011 California Scooter Co Babydoll requires fewer trips to the gas station. It comes with a one-year warranty and offers a very reasonable starting price. Overall, it is an ideal scooter for the economy-minded rider, as fuel costs are minimal and maintenance is simple and straightforward.