what will last longer a 2 stroke 50cc scooter , or a 4 stroke 50 cc scooter?
I'd say a 50 cc 4-stroker would last longer because the top end does not have to be rebuilt as on a 2-stroke engine. Plus it's a hassle to mix oil and gas.
Some 2-stroke scooters now have oil injection - the Yamaha Zuma for one - so you might not have to worry about mixing oil and gas. But yes, I agree with cpcardetailing: a 4-stroke's top-end won't have to be periodically rebuilt, and I've found that all of my 4-cycle engine tend to last longer and have lower maintenance than my 2-cycle ones. It's also better for the environment (arguably)...
DEPENDS ON HOW MUCH YOU USE THEM AND HOW HARD YOU RIDE THEM . AND HOW SMART THE PERSON ANSWERING THIS IS BUT IW SAY THE TWO STROKE
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