As probably everyone on this forum knows, motorcycles manufactured from year 2009 onwards must have fuel-injection rather than carburetors. I asked a motorcycle dealer about it, and he says that this was done to improve fuel economy. I’m just wondering if there are any informed opinions out there on whether or not fuel injection really delivers better mileage, and if so, about how much (percentagewise) improvement can we hope to see. I just bought a carburetor bike (Sym 150cc Wild Wolf) a couple of months ago, so I’m not planning on ditching it, but I’m considering getting another bike for my wife. I could still probably get one of the carburetor models (though they are fast disappearing from dealer’s stock), but maybe the fuel-injection is really worthwhile.