2010 Peirspeed Laser Review


The sporty 2010 Peirspeed Laser scooter is manufactured in Taiwan and comes in two trims, the R5i and R9i. The recommended minimum age to ride these scooters is 16. The engine for 2010 Peirspeed Laser R5i is air-cooled and has a peak output of 4.9 horsepower at 7,500 RPM. The R9i engine has a peak output up to 10 horsepower at 7,500 RPM. The MSRP for the R5i model is around $1,900 and the R9i model is around $2.700. The 2010 Laser R5i and the R9i model are around six feet long, 26 inches wide and slightly under four feet high.

The Peirspeed Laser features a step-through design that makes it easy to get on the scooter without any extraordinary efforts. For security purposes, riders can lock the steering column in place when parking the scooter. The seat for the 2010 Peirspeed Laser is made of vinyl and is designed to hold two people. These scooters come equipped with a standard grab bar but the seat for the Peirspeed Laser is nonadjustable. The seat of the scooter is long and has extra space for storage underneath. There’s enough space under the seat to store a full-face helmet.

The scooter comes equipped with floor boards under the driver and passenger and foot pegs for the passenger as well. The shock absorber in the rear of the scooter helps provide a stable and comfortable ride on rough roads. The 2010 Peirspeed Laser scooters come with hand grips and handlebars. Many riders feel safe when traveling on the 2010 Peirspeed Laser because the brakes and handling are so responsive. The automatic transmission and sporty design of the front end suspension make this an easy scooter to drive for just about any type of rider.

Despite how cold it gets outside, the electric start and the Mikuni carburetor help this scooter start up and accelerate pretty quickly. All the rider has to do is twist the throttle and go; the scooter will immediately zoom down the street. Many riders have been able to get the R5i up to 30 miles per hour to 45 miles per hour. The R9i can get up to 65 miles per hour. Neither trim is equipped with a governor. The 2010 Peirspeed Laser gets about 100 miles per gallon, the R9i gets about 85 miles per gallon. The dashboard of the 2010 Peirspeed Laser scooters has over-sized gauges and odometers that make everything easy to read.

Aside from the under-seat storage, the 2010 Peirspeed Laser come equipped with standard lockable storage, a glove box and standard helmet storage as well. The scooters come equipped with a power outlet for electronic devices, standard rearview mirrors and standard halogen headlights as well. This scooter can be the perfect ride for students that primarily travel to school and are mostly in town. This scooter is appealing to people who typically travel light and usually stay in the local area. These scooters can also be extremely effective in helping riders save gas money over the long-term.

New For 2010

  • The 2010 Peirspeed Laser models are carryover for 2010.

2010 Peirspeed Laser Specs

  • Laser R5i, R9i
  • Engine Type: 49.3 cc, 151.1 cc two-stroke single-cylinder
  • Bore and Stroke: n/a
  • Compression ratio: n/a
  • Valve Train: Reed Valve, OHV
  • Induction: Mikuni Carburetor
  • Ignition: Electric or Kick
  • Transmission: Continuously Variable (CVT)
  • Final Drive: Belt
  • Fuel Capacity: 1.3 gallons
  • Estimated Fuel Economy: 100 mpg, 85 mpg
  • Brakes (Front): Hydraulic Disc
  • Brakes (Rear): Sealed Drum
  • Suspension (Front): Inverted Fork
  • Suspension (Rear): Single Sided Swing Arm
  • Wheelbase: n/a
  • Rake: n/a
  • Trail: n/a
  • Seat Height: n/a
  • Curb Weight: 201 pounds, 268 pounds
  • Tires (Front): 120/70-12,130/60-13
  • Tires (Rear): 120/70-12,130/60-13


  • The 2010 Peirspeed Laser scooters are available in Victory Red, Metallic Black, and Vivid Blue

Key Competitors For The 2010 Peirspeed Laser

  • The 2010 Kymco Agility 125
  • The 2010 Yamaha Zuma 125
  • The 2010 Aprilia Scarabeo 100
  • The 2010 SYM RV 200
  • The 2010 SYM Fiddle II 125
  • The 2010 Schwinn Hope 150