But perhaps most satisfying is that it never feels cheap. Yes, it’s small and doesn’t include ABS, or any adjustability for aerodynamics or ergonomics. But in the context of a sub-$4,000 scooter, quality is high. A sharp, well-designed dash displays speed, time, and trip info digitally, while engine rpm and fuel level are shown with analog dials. Lifting the seat exposes 32 liters (8.5 gallons) of storage space, engineered to fit a full-size helmet with room to spare. The gas cap is located opposite the ignition in the cockpit, which means no need to go under the seat and put the fuel pump near your cargo. Also, the cap swings down on it’s own pivot instead of inducing fits of rage by popping off in your hand (Honda, we’re looking at you).