The fuel economy on the 2010 Schwinn Hope is about 100 miles per gallon combined, which is quite impressive. The bike only runs on premium fuel, which is slightly more pricey, but the difference is not substantial considering the small size of the 1.1 gallon tank. The instrument cluster comes with a speedometer and a fuel gauge, unlike most of the competition. With a curb weight of 162 pounds, the 2010 Hope is lighter than its other Schwinn scooter sister models. At 43 inches tall and 68.4 inches overall, this semi-American-made scooter is a perfect choice for everyday running around town or campus.