Since the Honda Super Cub 100, a machine that inspired fan clubs, true devotion, and even song (the Beach Boys’ ""Little Honda"" back in the 1960s), has not been available in the U.S. since the 1980s, SYM is aiming to fill a very particular niche. It may not be a little Honda, but it is little. At 75 inches long and 26 wide, with a wheelbase of 48 inches, the SYMBA is small and lightweight—a mere 209 pounds. That doesn’t mean it’s tiny—in some ways it feels more like an entry-level motorcycle than a scooter, partly because the 17-inch spoked wheels are more typical of motorcycles than scooters. However, the two-piece vinyl seat for rider and passenger, just under 30 inches high, is at a very comfortable height for a smaller rider. The rider gets a floorboard; the passenger has foot pegs and a grab rail.