What's the best retro scooter?

I have been driving since 1995 and have been a cyclist for more years than I care to remember. I am now looking for a first (retro) scooter - is the Lexmoto Milano 125cc a good scooter for a beginner? I am 59 and experienced on the road but will be using it for commuting, leisure and social plus the occasional longer journey.

Asked on 10 September 2018 by Rob Wiltsher

Answered by Georgia Petrie
The Milano is a good budget choice, along with the other Lexmoto retro scooters. For the price of a scruffy secondhand Vespa, you get a new bike with warranty. The finish isn't quite as robust as a Vespa, but keep it clean and it should last well. It's a good first scooter for town and commuter riding and a doddle to move about for parking.
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