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Review of the 2012 Keeway Superlight Limited 125:
Death trap and constant head ache
Author: CountryGeek2013, 2015-09-18|
I have owned a Keeway Superlight 125 Limited Edition for exactly one year. If you want a bike that will constantly cost you money and spend more time in the workshop than on the road this is the bike for you.
So I have owned a Keeway Superlight 125 Limited Edition for exactly one year. I purchased it brand new with 3km on the clock. In this time the bike has been into the garage more times than I can count on. |
-Repair to rear wheel due to smashed bairings.
-The front brake eroded and ceased due to cheap materials.
-The rear brake has been looked at several times to attempt to remove the awful skreetch. Each time the break pads have been fine.
-Immobiliser on side stand has become stuck out, and then stuck in.
- Left mirror bolts replaced as wont stay tight.
- Bulb change on front light
- Two chain changes
But it does look cool and cost less than similar bikes.
I wouldn`t recommend anyone to buy one unless they have the ability to fix it themselves. I`ve spent near to equal the amount on the repairs as I have on the finance. The breaks are so bad that I`m afraid to use them in case of a lock up. I promise you, its worth spending a little bit more on a trusted brand.
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