Luckily, the plastic design and non-domestic manufacturer has been long dispelled as a bad thing by several years of quality business in the States. Kymco motorbikes are known to be relatively durable for the price, and typically the engines are reliable. Engine performance is adequate topping off around 70 miles per hour, and thanks to liquid cooling, the drive is relatively smooth and quiet. The Yager has small wheels, at 13 inches for the front and 12 inches for the back, but these are wide for great traction. Steering is precise and predictable, and acceleration is adequate. The braking power could use some fine-tuning, but it will do adequately when braking both front and rear wheels. With the fairly large national dealership available, it means that the two-year warranty provided won't be a bunch of hot air. Overall, the 2011 Kymco Yager GT200i offers an excellent scooter with great fuel economy and economy pricing. The major drawback for most riders looking for a scooter in this range would likely be the design being less than classic and predictable.