|Engine Size (cc)||49|
|Overall length||1910 mm|
|Overall width||660 mm|
|Overall height||1150 mm|
|Basic weight||105 kg|
|Engine cooling||Forced air|
|Lubrication||Oil pump separate|
|Max. horse power||4.9/7500 ps/rpm|
|Bore x stroke||41 x 37.4 mm|
|Number of stroke||2 T|
|Starter system||Electric & kick|
|Fuel capacity||6.8 L|
|Transmission||Automatic C.V.T. V-belt|
|Front brake||Disc - 190 mm|
Written on: 22/05/2011
I have two 150 Delivery scooters--a 2006 and a 2009 with now a combined 3100 miles. I bought both new and haven't had any problems with either one. Great storage capacity; heavy rear suspension is well-engineered. Fold out footpegs, parking brake and dual locking sidestands are nice features. Oil changes are easy and I get over 70 mpg and an indicated 65 mph on flat roads. I have the solid factory windshield on the older one; unfortunately I don't believe they're available any longer. ... (read more)
Written on: 16/05/2011 by christopher w (1 review written)
I have now had my TGB 50cc for over a year. I go off into the country side and do around 70miles each time. It's a comfortabe bike, it does around 130 miles per fill up.
It's hard to start the bike from cold, but when it goes, it goes well. I get around 40mph on the straight.
When I come to a hill, it does slow down a little, but I can live with that.
I love this bike, it was the best thing I ever purchased.
Would I recomend it, yes I would.
Cheap to run, ins is low, and the tax £16 a... (read more)
Written on: 06/09/2009
I am very impressed by the build quality,performance and reliability.TGB Delivery got it right with the delivery 50.The scooter is very peppy,smooth as silk down the road and a real pleasure to ride.It is built very rugged and should last a long time as a daily driver.The only thing I wish it had is a manual choke instead of the automatic choke.I highly recommend this scooter,the box on the back can hold more than any other scooter out there and the back rest and foot pegs make it very... (read more)
Written on: 04/08/2009
My TGB Delivery scooter has had nothing but problems, and getting anything handled under warranty is almost impossible. Issues with seat clasp, brakes, both rear indicators, front tyre, front brakes, and placing of the chassis around the fuel cap. But if you have a good dealer, or don't mind messing around with fiddly bits, go for it. (read more)
Written on: 17/03/2009
The TGB Delivery has a big trunk. Bright yellow. Kickstands must be up for scooter to start and run. 150cc is very quick and feels safe. Did I mention an intergrated big trunk? Oil and tranny fluids are easy to change. Would like a windshield. (read more)
Written on: 04/08/2008
On a whole these bikes seem to have been built to a budget. If I had my time again honda or any jap, aprilia or that brand name bike is the go.... I bought a TGB 101 r 50cc model 2006. (read more)
Written on: 09/07/2008
Ok, so I have driven my TGB Delivery for about a year now and it just sucks. The first two months I had no problems with it, but when I hit the ground with it my exhaust got dented. So the scooter went slower and lost it's pulling power. In the year that I drove this scooter I spend about 500 euro on maintenance. The good things are the big cargo box. But that's all, I say, just buy another scooter this thing is horrible. (read more)
Written on: 14/06/2008
After 600 miles I started to have brake problems (front breaks were rubing and hanging up slowing down the scooter) the dealer has jacked around with it four times now and still it is not fixed. Now at 3,000 miles, the piece of junk stals out (it great fun pushing this thing home 5 miles) and now the dealer is no longer caring TGB product (because they are a pain in the ass, his words not mine!). Spend a little more money and buy something else! (read more)
Written on: 20/05/2008
Could also use a compartment by the key area. It would have been nice to have a glove compartment and soda or bottle holder to make use of space. Plus, I had to reset the seat clamp; it would not ever grab hold to clamp shut. So, I took the seat all off and looked at the switch inside and it just needed to be raised up so, I added at eighth inch washer and walla, nicely clasps without slamming down or trying to push down in the center of the seat like the seller told me to do! Very... (read more)
Written on: 20/05/2008 by kmz (1 review written)
The TGB Delivery has good looks and it's bigger than my old Honda Spree by far but, as I am finding out, looks aren't everything! Quality is...........and right now, this TGB does not have it at all! I am very upset and it made me late already for work due to it idling high and then, so, low it chokes off! At a little over a year old, not good in my eyes! Plus, the dealership were I have purchased this TGB are not the friendliest! It's like "I sold it and now, it's all yours. Do I even know... (read more)
Written on: 26/08/2007 by FDTemperor (3 reviews written)
When I saw the TGB Delivery I just had to buy it, it looked very nice with that big cargo box and seat with back support. My brother and me both decided to buy a scooter, so we both wanted a Yamaha Aerox R. But when looking for more scooters I found the TGB Delivery which looked so nice I bought it instead of the fast looking Yamaha Aerox R. The TGB Delivery feels very comfortable and has high acceleration compared to other scooters and more expensive scooters. I have the 50cc version which... (read more)
Written on: 04/10/2005 by ChrisDensmore (2 reviews written)
I've had my TGB Delivery 150 for several months, and have over 8,000 miles on it. No mechanical issues at all. With the optional windshield installed, the top speed is 60-65 mph. My friend on his Vespa ET4 can't keep up with my TGB. This is truly the most practical vehicle on two wheels. I can pick up a week's worth of groceries, carry three loads of clothes to the laudromat, go camping with tent, bag, food, clothes, water, etc.
The combination of the backrest, footpegs, and windshield make... (read more)
Written on: 29/09/2005 by mdaniels4
I'm very happy with my TGB scooter. I would buy another one, but probably a 250 next time. But for my first bike I'm very happy with it. I really like the ability to carry my stuff around in the cargo box. They're somewhat useless except for fun if you can't carry anything worthwhile. I also like that I present a bigger profile from the rear, so that motorists behind me see me in front of them better. I've noticed cars giving me more room in front of them, than they do with my... (read more)