Yes. If you check the Far Eastone info, you can add it to the subsidies. It’s not that much more, but the government subsidies will solely depend on where you live!
So I went last night to the Ba De store by Rao He Street night market. The place was bumpin’ at 8PM. Lots of customers coming in to ask and people getting test drives. (All you need to do is hand over your scooter license and sign a release) The sales people were all very on point and gf and I didn’t wander for too long before we were approached.
My cousin has an old 50cc 2 stroke scooter that she’s gotta get rid of so I got an extra 4000NT on top of the subsidies the other government entities will give me. Which totals out my subsidies to 17,000NT. Check below for the run down. Taipei seems to get the least amount. I assume it has to do something with the lower population of scooter riders on the road compared to Taichung or Kaohsiung.
The test ride was just as I expected. Before getting on, the employee will ask you to put on your helmet and he’ll give you the run down of the basic features. You got a total of 10 minutes to test drive and luckily, Civic Blvd is right there to let me cruise and crank up the speed.
There’s a very distinct difference between the three modes. Economy there’s less juice out of the gates and as you go up the modes the time it takes you to get from 0-60 decreases. Lots of fun and the turn signals automatically turning off after you’ve turned is an awesome feature.