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Derbi  Boulevard 150  Scooter General Specifications

General Specifications
Make Derbi Model Boulevard 150
Year 2002 Engine Single cylinder 2-Valve, 4-Stroke, Forced-air Cooling
Displacement CC 151.00
Type Scooter Displacement Cubic Inches 9.21
Front Suspension Conventional hydraulic 35 mm Sebac fork 3.2 in. travel Rear Suspension Mono Shock 3.2 in. travel
Electrical
Starting Electric
Engine and Components
Engine Single cylinder 2-Valve, 4-Stroke, Forced-air Cooling Cubic Centimeters 151
Cubic Inches 9.2145853591 Bore and Stroke 62.8 x 48.6 mm
Compression Ratio 11:1 Induction D 28
Wheels and Tires
Front Tire 130/60-13" Rear Tire 130/60-13"
Weights and Measures
Fuel Capacity US Gallons 2.34 Fuel Capacity Litre 8.86
Seat Height MM 817.88
Seat Height Inches 32.20
About
Continuing with the expansion of its product line Derbi presents its third promotion this year (1st Senda product line - SM, 2nd GPR Racing Replica), entering for the first time into the 4-stroke 125 cc. and 150 cc. scooter sector with the new Derbi Boulevard, a model that stands out thanks to both its dynamic features and elegant, distinguished appearance. With its new Boulevard, Derbi complements in the upper side its already wide range of city and sport scooters, which is comprised of Atlantis GP1, GP Series and Predator in the 50 cc., 100 cc. cylinder capacity and now also in 125 and 150 cc.
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