This is largely due to the alloy swing arm, a feature quite unique to scooters that allows ease with handling and provides greater precision for cornering and absorbing the roads' surface. The GMax 150cc features a four-in-one ignition, as well as side and centre stands, multi-function dash (tacho, speedo, fuel and clock), steering lock and push-button start, yet also comes with the sleek styling including a high rise exhaust and six spoke 13" alloy wheels with low profile tyres.
The exceptional breaking capacity for a model of its size is due to the unusually large front brake callipers, perfect for urban driving. Aside from the obvious benefit of using less petrol, minimising traffic and parking nuisances, there are other notable advantages to riding a scooter. Scooters are fully automatic, which makes them easy to control and ride and are also linked to fewer warranty claims than other automobiles, not to mention the relatively low cost of purchase, insurance and maintenance. The Bolwell Scooter GMax 150cc is available in Blue/Silver and Red/Silver with an optional extra rack and windscreen and retails for $5,490 plus ORC.
Suzuki Australia is showing riders the way with a free satellite navigation system as part of a massive bonus campaign. Until 30 June customers who purchase any new GSX1400, Bandit 1200S, GSX-750F, V-Strom 1000 or V-Strom 650 will receive a free TomTom Rider satellite navigation system.Valued at $999, the Rider satellite navigation system is rugged, water resistant and even provides riders with clear spoken instructions in their helmet to direct them to their destination.