A motor scooter can be divided into four types of models: Sport, Classic, Maxi, or Vintage. Whatever the style and / or model you choose is dependent on the needs and lifestyle choices.
Sports. Sports style scooter began in early 1980 when Yamaha and Honda designed a motor scooter with sharper lines and fiberglass molds.
In early 1990 scooter manufacturers who try to imitate "Crotch Rocket." Now almost every manufacturer of motor scooters offers the "Sport" model scooters.
Classical. As the name implies, a classic motor scooter is what is traditionally considered a scooter. Think Vespa Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck go up in the classic 1950 film Roman holiday. Classic scooters are marked with scooped front legs, a round shield with a lamp on top, a rounded rear fender and a single cylinder engine. Retro scooter models can be found in nearly all modern scooters.
Maximum. Maximum or a maxi-scooter is a scooter in name only. This scooter is built for performance and can reach speed over 100 mph. For example, the classical model would be a Suzuki Bergman or Honda Silverwing.
Vintage. Model year as the name implies vintage style motor scooters classic scooters. They are usually more than 15 years. Examples of classic style will be the 1950's Cushman and Vespa in 1960. In 1960, Harley Davidson even produced scooters. A vintage scooter though not for beginners as vintage scooter probably was part of a maintenance problem. However, for absolute style points a vintage scooter cannot be beat.