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2004 Yamaha Vino 125 Photo Gallery

The Yamaha Vino 125 offers up all the style and economic advantages of a 50cc scoot, but with a little more chutzpah. Check out how this scooter held up in our 2004 Yamaha Vino 125 Bike Test.

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A 180mm disc brake up front helps bring the 125 to a stop
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A handy carrying rack is available as standard equipemnt on the Vino.
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Even when there is plenty of parking available, the Vino 125 takes up minimal space.
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The Vino is a handsome devil at any location.
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Those looking for a retro-styled machine with modern reliability will find the Vino to be the perfect scoot.
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10 inch wheels put the power of the 124cc four stroke engine to the ground.
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The headlight illuminates the road well, but looks best when the sun bounces off the chrome shroud.
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Faster than a speeding locamotive...well, maybe not that fast.
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No matter where you place the Vino, it still looks good.
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Simplicity equals peace on the Vino, all that matters is speed according to the instrument cluster.
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The Vino 125 has more power and all the style of te 50cc version.
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The 125 offers enough giddiyup to power two full-sized adults around with ease.
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Korf tucked his machismo into his pocket when he figured out how much money he saved during the Vino test.
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The Vino handled remarkably well on the road, despite rudimentry suspension.
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This handsome devil garnered plenty of longing stares during the test, and Korf looked good too.
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Looking for a nice place to eat, Korf spots a quaint little Italian joint on the East side.