By the end of a day aboard the Burgman, we had a revelation: You really can get away with only 200cc. The Burgman 200 offers the power, comfort, and handling to accommodate both commuting and light sport riding, with enough storage space to rival a Smart Car. At $4,999, the price seems a bit high for a 200cc scooter, until you compare it with others in its class. The Burgman is $1,500 to $2,200 more than its 150 to 163cc rivals from Honda and Kymco, but it also offers more power, more storage space, and ABS. Then compare it with Honda’s Forza ($6,099 with ABS) and Kymco’s 298cc Downtown 300i ($5,599), and the Burgman looks like a bargain.