One of the 2008 QLINK Siena’s most distinct features is its styling. Reminiscent of classic mid-century Italian scooters like the Vespa and the Lambretta, the Siena is available in edgy colors such as pink and light blue. It comes with a detachable storage trunk and foldable rear footrests. The seat is thickly padded and can comfortably accommodate a rider and a passenger. Although the QLINK Siena has been discontinued, there are many of them still available on the used scooter market. Parts for the Siena are also relatively easy to come by. The 2008 QLINK Siena was truly one of the most affordable scooters on the market when it was first released. Designed to compete with such models as the Vespa S150, Yamaha Vino 125, and Aprilia Scarabeo 100, the Siena was the most affordable of them all. With QLINK lacking the name recognition of makes such as Vespa and Honda, it’s often possible to find used Siena’s from 2008 and other years, at very reasonable prices. A compact, economical scooter, with distinct retro styling, the 2008 QLINK Siena is a great bike for students or anyone who is looking for a cheap, reliable means of hopping around town or campus. With the power of a 150cc scooter and the price tag of a 50cc one, the Siena is a value-oriented mode of transportation, if nothing else. While other models may be more desirable, offer better performance, or more style, the 2008 QLINK Siena offers good value for the money. Even though QLINK discontinued the Siena after 2010, there are still parts available. Despite a few problems with starting that have been reporter here and there, the Siena is generally regarded as a reliable scooter. For a rider who is merely seeking an economical means of getting from point A to point B, the 2008 QLINK Siena could potentially be a good choice. It’s lightweight, economical, not bad to look at, and has an efficient two-stroke engine that’s on par with that of many more recognizable models in its class.