All models have three instrument gauges: analog speedometer in center spot, and a tachometer and fuel/temperature gauge on each side. Speedometer information includes time of day, engine diagnostics and the number of miles traveled. Other features include roomy under-seat storage with light, a lockable glove box, a parking brake, and folding foot pegs for the passenger. Reviewers note the Xciting is not as refined as other brands, but that is perfectly adequate for those who don’t ask a lot from their two wheels. Both 500Ri models are considered touring scooters, but the 250Ri, while looking like a maxi-scooter, doesn’t have quite the power for this. It can go up to 75 mph on flat roads, but has difficulty climbing hills and with stability under windy driving conditions. It may be better for scooter riders who commute, just drive around town or do short-distance highway driving. Reviews also note the Xciting’s fuel usage, at 65 mpg, is less than the mileage offered by comparable brands.