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Mileage What is considered high mileage for a scooter - I am looking at a Suzuki AN250/Honda Forza bothwith 33000km?

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    let me know from where I could get the smartkey for my Honda Forza 250,,year is 2005

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High mileage for a scooter will be around 60-70,000km so i think the scooter you are looking at looks pretty good if it is in good condition. The Suzuki AN250 and the Honda Forza are actually both very reliable scooters and should easily pass 70,000 km if ridden safely. if i were you i would go for the Honda Forza, i have had one for just under a year and it is in top shape and it is a joy to ride.

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