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Scooter Bike For Sale In Jamaica

Question about:scooter bikes for sale in Jamaica

Hi Wellesley, great site! My question to you is how much do scooters cost in Jamaica? And any place to buy them in St. Elizabeth or near there?

Answer by Wellesley

Hi there, thanks for asking! And for the commendation!
You forgot to include your name, but never mind, I got the question.

  1. First up, how much does scooter costs in Jamaica?

    ANSWER: That is relative, but from my research they are going between 175,000 and 350,000, depending on the brand, series, cc rating etc.

  2. Any place to buy them in St. Elizabeth or near there?

    ANSWER: Hmmm. St. Elizabeth was tricky. I tried calling around but no one is aware of any reputable scooter bike dealers on that side. I'll allow my readers to recommend one here if they do find one.

    You see, outside of the tourists areas, especially Negril, you don't have (relative to other bikes) a lot of scooters on the road.

    Three of the major bike dealers in Jamaica though, that also sells scooters, are...

    1. Alex Imports Ltd, 284 Spanish Town Rd, Kingston, (876) 765-2317
    2. Superior Parts Ltd, 88 Hagley Park Rd, Kingston, (876) 758-5478, and
    3. Happy World Negril Car and Scooter Rental and Sales, Norman Manley Blvd, Negril, Westmoreland (876) 957-4004

    I reached out to Alex but they were out of stock at this time and was not able to say when.

    Superior Auto was unreachable, phone was busy all along.

    I had better luck at Happy World though!
    And a very nice customer-centric rep too!

    She indicated that they currently stock Suzuki Scooters, priced between JMD 310,000 or JMD 330,000.

    They also have two Happy World special editions;
    JMD 175,000 for the 200cc rating, and JMD 185,000 for the 250cc rating.

    If you are interested, you can contact them via the number above. I hope this helps.

    Note: Love scooters, you might also enjoy Jamaica's exciting bike riding tours!


    P.S. See also: transport in Jamaica.

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