The Sym Fiddle II 125 is one of the latest new scooters available in Thailand. The Sym Fiddle II design team clearly want to ride the wave of the classic retro-scooter-fashion. The Sym Fiddle II 125 is a comfortable little scooter to ride, with its good working suspension.
The Sym Fiddle II 125 is powered by a 124.6cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine. The engine breaths with a carburetor, something what can be a problem with new fuels like E20 in the near future. The continues variable transmission is nothing new, we can see the same CVT design on most scooters from every brand name. For the suspension the Sym Fiddle II has at the front hydraulic forks and the rear a single shock unit swingarm. With 12 inch alloy wheels and 190mm front disc brake and rear drum brake. The overall length is 1870mm while being 698mm width and 1325mm high. With a wheelbase of 1325mm.
The Sym Fiddle II has a large under the seat storage capacity for not only a helmet but also personal stuff. Riding the Sym Fiddle II is easy, the upright riding position does remind me of the early Vespa's, the engine is powerful enough to get you around quickly and the brakes are surely more than sufficient.