2008 Baccio DLX 50 from United States of America
Fast, reliable, priced right, and a good warranty
Flat tire. Got a new tire, and a nail was found in the original tire. Brake light burnt out. Replaced bulb.
A bit faster, and more powerful than an Aprilia 2 stroke scooter I owned before.
Pretty reliable. Except for a flat tire, and a burnt out brake light bulb, nothing else has gone wrong with the scooter.
I raced a Genuine Buddy 50cc scooter and won.
I would recommend this brand to anybody else. Yeah, it is Chinese but very reliable. A couple of my friends have bought Baccio models of scooters, and are still happy with them today.
Would you buy another motorcycle from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 30th August, 2009
23rd Nov 2009, 08:36
Good to know. I've been eying this brand and have heard nothing negative so far. They seem to be the only respectable, quality 2 stroke offering in the US.
21st Jan 2010, 02:12
If anyone has time for advice, I have come into a 2005 Baccio 50cc scooter that has been sitting in the rain. I don't know a thing about scooters, but it won't start. The repair shop tells me I am looking at least to spend three hundred to get "a varnish type of clog" out of the carburetor. Could I do it myself with time and space, are there parts, or is this something a beginner with little space to work worth paying a few hundred?
Thank you all for your time and interest; I am poor, but getting this scooter going would give me some freedom, job range and some fun.
23rd Mar 2010, 22:59
The Baccio DLX 50 is an amazing scooter, I'm really shocked to see how good it is, I never thought I could put so many miles on a Chinese scooter. I highly recommend Baccio.
10th Feb 2014, 09:25
Yes, you can do this yourself. Remove the carb. Leave the the throttle cable hooked up if you want. Gumout works good. Spray the carb whilst holding it upside down. Work the slide for the throttle. Deposits like that are usually caused by the scoot sitting for a long time. Go ahead and change the plug as well. Just take it out and take it to the parts store, and they will match it up. It should fire. 300 bucks; way too much to get a simple engine running.