Mojo Update 2010 Scooter News and Reviews Scootersales

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Sachs, TGB and Mojo Scooters all showing positive growth for 2010.

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TGB Update 2010

TGB shows strong signs of recovery for first quarter, 2010

Taiwanese scooter manufacturer, TGB, strengthened its position in the Australian scooter market recording an increase of sales and market share for the first quarter of 2010.

The 27.7% growth in sales over the same period last year was achieved in an overall declining motorcycle and scooter sales market. A total of 143 retail sales were recorded for the first 3 months of 2010, compared with 112 for the same period last year.

The result demonstrates continuing consumer support for the popular TGB 101S model.

The 50cc 101S is the ideal hassle free entry level scooter featuring easy to operate ‘twist and go’ fully automatic transmission and low running costs.

Also reflected in the result is a shifting consumer sentiment towards the TGB brand a brand they can trust in trying economic times.

Having held a presence in the Australian scooter market for over ten years, TGB continues to reaffirm its reputation for quality.

While other manufacturers are increasingly turning to Chinese manufacturing in a bid to decrease costs, TGB continue to have 100% of their models manufactured on-site at TGB’s Taiwanese manufacturing facility guaranteeing superior quality.

TGB’s positive sales growth is predicted to continue supported by the launch of new models and increased marketing activities. The TGB Tapo, launched earlier this month, is a new euro-styled 50cc entry level scooter which will work to complement the current 101S model.

The sporty TGB Bullet 125cc has been reduced in price to $2990 (plus on road costs) in an effort to offer TGB customers even more value for money and will place the Taiwanese built Bullet in a price bracket currently occupied by Chinese manufactured scooters.

For more information on the impressive TGB range please contact (03) 8363 1600 or visit

Sachs Update 2010

Sachs Bikes grows market share, Amici second highest selling scooter in Australia

Sachs Bikes, the German motorcycle and scooter manufacturer, continues to grow its market share through its vibrant and stylish range of entry-level products, according to motorcycle and scooter sales data released by the FCAI for the first quarter of 2010.

The data recognizes Sachs Bikes as one of the strongest performers, showing a 389% sales growth over the same period last year.

The German brand recorded a strong total sales figure of 264 units compared with 54 for the same period last year.

The positive results can be attributed to a revitalised product line-up lead by the popular Sachs Amici.

The 125cc Amici, launched at the end of 2009, has already cemented itself as the second highest selling scooter in Australia. Its mix of iconic retro design and modern features, along with its value oriented price has resonated well with consumers.

Growth has also been driven by increasing demand for the Sachs Madass.

The Madass, available in either a 50cc or 125cc variant, is a unique mix of art, scooter and motorcycle which is demonstrating increasing appeal to the market.

Sachs Bikes have indicated they expect to remain as one of the industry’s top performers for the remainder of the year.

Continued sales growth will be driven by a strengthening demand for both the Sachs Amici and Sachs Madass models in addition to the introduction of new variants and models.

The Sachs Madass is now available in an increased number of colors’ with ‘blood red’ added to the options list.

Later in the year a new learner approved motorcycle is expected to be released to complement the current Sachs Express offering.

For more information on the vibrant and stylish Sachs Bikes range please contact (03) 8363 1600 or visit

Mojo Scooter Company Update 2010

Mojo Scooter Co. jumps out of the gate.

Mojo Scooter Co. the newest and funkiest scooter brand in Australia, has reaffirmed its position as a brand on the rise following the release of motorcycle and scooter sales data for the first quarter of 2010.

The dynamic new brand which offers a range of fun, fashionable and hassle free commuters recorded a strong sales figure of 111 units for the first three months of 2010.

This positive result represents strong growth with the brand and its product range only having been launched into the Australian market in 2009.

Much of early success the brand has enjoyed can be attributed to its unique product offering which is headed by the Mojo Scooter Co. RT 150 and the Mojo Scooter Co. GTiR 150.

Both the RT 150 and the GTiR 150 utilise a liquid cooled, electric-fuel injected engine and offer unique styling, safety and performance features at a value oriented price.

The Mojo Scooter Co. GT50, an entry level which ticks all the boxes, has been a popular with consumers in those states with ‘LA’ licensing laws.

The Mojo Scooter Co. expects positive growth to continue on the back of improved economic conditions and the introduction of a new model.

The Mojo Scooter Co. V5, a cruiser bike with fully automatic transmission, was launched early this year and has proven to be popular with consumers.

The 250cc V5 is completely new for the Australian market, offering a unique blend of modern cruiser styling and scooter like operation.

For more information on the fun, fashionable and hassle free Mojo Scooter Co. range please contact (03) 8363 1600 or visit

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