I am not one to complain but this info may help someone who thinks they want a new Whizzer. I bought my 2007 model NE5 in '08. I have put 650 miles on it. I have spent more time working on it than riding. Here is a sample of what I mean. Before I had 50 miles on the bike here is what happened; Oil leak at the comp release. The head gasket was leaking. The head had never been machined flat and the top of the cylinder was not flat by about .005" The bolts in the fenders rubbed the tires. The cast arm that supports the clutch shaft had to be machined so the belt pulleys would line up. I think it was out by about .125". The front axle was too short and the threads were stripped from the factory. The rear drive pulley had a lot of runout and had to be straightened. All this and the bike had less than 50 miles on it. Over the next few hundred miles misc. nuts and bolts would fall off. The whole air filter assembly parted company with the carb and went skipping down the road. The brakes are a joke, just hope you don't have to stop quickly. Oil still leaks from the compression release and the breather tube. I had the head off several times until I realized what was causing it to leak. I sent the engine back to Whizzer under warranty. They had it for six months and sent it back to me in pieces. They lost their mechanic. They did however give me a new cylinder. When I was putting it back together I saw that the piston was scored. This was at about 550 miles. Next gas started pouring out of the carb. I had to adjust the float. Now at about 650 miles the engine cuts in and out sometimes like it is not getting gas or the ignition is failing. This bike is unreliable and I wont ride it father than I feel like pushing it home. It is for sale, $1000.00. Anyone interested?