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MotorStar Co-in125 Overview
Taking on the fight with the brigade of popular 100-110 scooters from established Japanese two-wheeler makers, the Motorstar Co-in 125 is one quirky looking 125cc scooter, which has been designed and engineered keeping young riders in mind. The relatively lesser-known scooter from the Chinese two-wheeler maker is essentially a rebadged version of the Aeon Co-in 125, and has been made available in the Philippines in one standard variant with two color options of black and white.
MotorStar Co-in125 Design
The Motorstar Co-in 125 has been designed with the intent of making it look different from the regular crowd of entry-level scooters. And in this attempt of making it look unique, Motorstar has come up with a rather awkward design, which might draw eyeballs, but not in a pleasant way. The odd looking lines and edges make the Motorstar Co-in 125 look very oddball and quirky.
At the front, the Motorstar Co-in 125 has a flat and raked front apron, which looks quite busy and interesting, with a rectangular headlamp mounted on its upper central portion. This headlamp, which has a protruding out design, has been placed on the top of a sleek and vertical looking contrast garnish panel, which flows downwards with its side edges tapered in their midway.
The lower edges of this front apron have clear lens trapezoidal LED turn indicators laid out in a vertical manner. There is a very small handlebar cowl placed right at the center above the front apron. From the sides too, the Motorstar Co-in 125 has a very quirky looking design, thanks to the trapezoidal rear side body panels, which have sharp edges on all four corners. Despite being a compact looking scooter, the Motorstar Co-in 125 has a sizeable floorboard which is good enough for taller riders as well. However, the protruding out panels of the storage space and external fuel filler behind the apron eats up a bit of knee room.
The Motorstar Co-in 125 has a very childish looking rear-end design, which simply boasts of a small tail lamp along with separated panels for turn indicators mounted on the back of the side body panels, which has a squared design. The almost flat seat of the Motorstar Co-in 125 is good enough for a single full-sized adult or two young riders of below-average built. The tubular pillion grab rail behind the seat looks cheap and doesn’t go well with the overall offbeat design of the scooter.
The Motorstar Co-in 125 has a small instrument console that sits in the small handlebar cowl and has all the basics on display, including speedometer, odometer, and fuel gauge.
MotorStar Co-in125 Ride & Handling
The Motorstar Co-in 125 might have a very offbeat visual appeal, but under the skin, it has a rather conventional mechanicals. The scooter rides on 10-inch wheels with 100/90-10 tires and drum brakes on both the ends, with hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and a single-sided hydraulic coil spring at the rear. The compact and lean size of the Motorstar Co-in 125 translates into nimble handling.
MotorStar Co-in125 Engine & Fuel Consumption
The compact Motorstar Co-in 125 sources its power from a zippy four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected, 124.8cc engine. This engine, which is mated to a basic V-belt CVT gearbox, produces maximum power and torque outputs of 12 PS and 10 Nm respectively. This clearly gives it an edge over the other 100-110 scooters priced similarly to it. Add in the low kerb weight of just 102 kgs, and the Motorstar Co-in 125 has a pretty good power to weight ratio, thus making it a peppy scooter to ride.
MotorStar Co-in125 Braking & Safety
For a scooter as basic and entry-level as the Motorstar Co-in 125, it is safe to say that the scooter misses out on advanced safety features. However, the scooter even misses out on basics like rear brake lock and combined braking system. Though, the presence of external fuel filler saves a lot of effort while refueling.
MotorStar Co-in125 Verdict
If you are able to digest the immensely quirky looks of the Motorstar Co-in 125, you will feel quite good about this easy to ride and peppy scooter. The engine might lack refinement levels of its Japanese rivals, but is peppy enough to give 100-110cc scooters from them a run for their money, which are priced similarly to it.
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My maternal uncle loves to keep a collection of unique scooters. The Motostar Co-in 125 is a model that, I feel, falls under the ...
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