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Written on: 15/06/2014 by HoldenNeville490 (1 review written)
I have had a great time on my scoot having put over 5000 miles on it since buying new. I have never had any issues with it and she gets a tune up every spring. She has been in an accident and still runs great Never nay engine troubles at all. I have had to replace the ignition system since the accident and did have to wait some time for the parts to arrive. I need a battery this year but most likely my fault for storing outside in the cold and not removing it for the winter. wouldn't trade her… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/08/2012
The price for a brand new bike can't be beat. At that price I expected parts to be a little on the cheap side. I've had my Milano for a couple of months now and put on over 1,000 km on it. So far it's been really great and the engine purs. The rest of the bike does feel cheaply made, but nothing tightening some nuts and bolts won't fix. I have had one issue where it makes a small squealing sound when I start accelerating from 0-5mph. I brought it to my mechanic and he thinks it might be the… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/03/2012 by haffcke (1 review written)
Likes; sharp looking, smooth ride, peppy, inexspensive to buy and to operate. Dislikes; had to replace nearly every piece of rubber on it, it keeps discinagrating, hoses, valve stems, intake manifold, gaskits, seals, float in fuel tank, everything rubber. and the tabs that hold the plastic parts togather break off if you look at them wrong. seat is to hard uncomferable, speedo is off by 50%, acording to my GPS it runs about 55 on level ground, i keep battery on tender and still have to replace… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/10/2009
I am going after Lance/ZNEN and not just for the Lemon they sold me but to put them out of business. Everyone of us have more rights than Lance hopes you ever discover. I am their there worst nightmare. Our best witnesses and advocates are Ex-Lance or even current dealers who are also being burned! But have a nice fresh twist(TRUTH)to testify to! There game is to run you around and mislead until tired and discouraged. I am just getting warmed up and hope the rest of you find the energy to join… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2009
My 2009 TNG Milano 150 is great...if it works. My scooter died on day one. And has died multiple times since then. If it works, it works well. However, one out of every 5 ot 6 attempts, it will either not start, be weak, or simply cut out while riding (very unsafe).
This is my second Chinese scooter to have the same problem, and it seems to be a common one. The answer - buy Japanese, Korean or Italian.
Also, the dealer for TNG (Big Ass Motors in Northridge, CA) was helpful at first… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/08/2009
like EVERY product whether it be a motorcycle or a fountain pen...there are good ones and there are bad ones....for whatever the reason. BUT, that does NOT make them ALL good or ALL bad...as one can see from the numerous postings...I commute 20 miles a day on My scooter. and other then a flat tire not one problem with the TN'G Milano 150cc ..Does that make all the tng scooters reliable of course not. Its the service that counts. I am in the service industry as well and I am SOOOOOO tired… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/06/2009 by gun slinger (1 review written)
I've recently purchased a 150cc TNG Milano and it's been horrible since the get-go. Bolts rattled loose in the first 100 miles and the clutch was sticking. It wouldn't go over 35 mph when it should do about 55-60 mph. I was also told that by the dealer that the brake pads were of extremely poor quality and will soon need replacing. After 100 miles!!! Geez.... The rear left turn signal light burnt out within days and the muffler is already rusting out. And to top it off, the gas guage is not… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2009
I have the TN'G Milano for about 6 months now and I absolutely love it. It rides well, has wonderful handling, great torque. Im selling it now due to my commute being longer then what a scooter will do, and it will be greatly missed… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/03/2009 by hoggin the road on my scooter (1 review written)
The TN'G Milano 150 150 cc looks nice. If you love to have your scooter in the shop more than on the road, go for it. Also... I needed brake pads and couldn't get the right ones from my dealer for my Milano. Same goes for the CDI. Apparently they changed manufacturers about three times and owners of the previous factory models are out of luck on getting the right parts. And of course, TNG never tells you this… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/03/2009 by Highperdrive (1 review written)
I've had my TN'G Milano 150cc for 1 year and it still works perfectly. I live in MN so it sits in my shed for 4-5 months of the year. I put some stabilizer in the Gas tank and put it away for the winter where it endured -60 degrees and it started PERFECTLY that spring, the battery still had a full charge. I have had NO problems with my scooter, it still gets looks all the time. With the 150 cc it has excellent low end torque. I can stop on a dime with the disc and drum brakes. The only thing I… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/12/2008 by JCSaltLaker (1 review written)
LONG-TERM OWNER REVIEW: I brought home my first scooter, a TN'G Milano 150cc, in May of 2005 and drove it for the next three years, racking up over 7,000km (4,000+ miles). This was my **daily commuter** (9-miles roundtrip) for 7 out of 12 months in each of the 2005, 2006, and 2007 riding seasons...plus the occasional picnic/joyride up the canyons near Salt Lake.
I noticed design problems immediately--the front fender rubbed against the tire when going over bumps; the fuel gauge would read full… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/08/2008
I would not recommend this bike to anyone. In the second month the bike began to stall on me out of nowhere. I would be in the middle of a busy road and the bike would suddenly come to a hault. This continued. I took it into the shop and everything they did to rectify it wouldn't work. This was very dangerous for me especially at night alone in a desolate area. I am hoping to get a new one and sell it as I want to get compensated for all the loss time and pressure I have endured over these 3… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/08/2008 by spidermander2002 (1 review written)
This TNG Milano is rubbish. Especially the electrical. Which kinda fits in with the rest of the TNG family of lame scooters. I'm a former dealer and doing warranty work on TNG scooters nearly broke our bank. Thank goodness we're no longer associated with TNG. And these are the good points. I think you get my drift. Stay away from this chinese junk that TNG professes has been final assembled in the USA. It's meaningless and baseless… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/07/2008
It's been a good commuter bike for the past three years, but I just rolled over 9K and it seems like it's on the downhill slide. It might become a project bike, but it's not what I'd call high quaility. The dealer now recommends the People 150 as the premire bike in the category… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2008 by GetSmart (1 review written)
Avoid at all costs.... even at the prices they are flogging these scooters it IS NOT WORTH IT! Why pay so little to have it in/out of the shop all during the season you want to be riding? The dealer complained about lack of corporate support from a technical point of view (nobody at head office can provide tech support) and inability to get parts. All in all, it seems they are short on cash, short on expertise and short on quality… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/05/2008 by danflex (27 reviews written)
Quality throughout for a "cheap" scooter. TNG keeps a close eye on quality control from their manufacturers. Although similar models are seen with different badges on them I'd be leery of like scooters without the TNG brand name on it.
Always starts and runs perfect over the two years owned. what more can you ask for?… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/06/2007 by tngmilano (1 review written)
I live in a small town not a lot of scooters on the road, every were I go people want to know about my scoot, I'm a proud and happy owner and tell them all about it, the good things of course… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/03/2007 by azweepay (2 reviews written)
Engine seized at 1000 kilometers and the manufacturer wouldn't give me a replacement engine. The valves go out of adjustment every 300 miles. Rear inner fender broke off and got stuck underneath the wheel, causing me to crash. The left control switch broke for the 3rd time. The fuel sending unit broke twice already. I am NOT happy with this bike… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/09/2005 by Cookees (1 review written)
I purchased this TN'G Milano 150 scooter in May and got a great deal. My dealer came off the MSRP signifcantly. I have some 2,700km on it now and the scooter is achieving 80mpg. Top speed is right arround 60mph and the scoot feels most comfortable between 50 and 55. No major problems to report. Milano's are noted for their tall seat position. This is awkward for some and can be a bit tiresome in stop and go traffic. This would be a great bike for a tall rider.
TN'G's are reported to be one of… Read Full Review