Speaking as someone who rides a scooter, I'm not even remotely interested in any of them.
They will cost more than a car and are less practical than a car.
For what a scooter is really all about, 300-400cc is plenty.
Starting at the top,
SRV 850: bored out restyled and rebadged Gilera GP 800.
The Gilera looks much better but didn't sell at all well in the UK, because it just isn't what scooter users want.
Honda Integra: poor rear design, lacks decent internal storage, has chain final drive, DCT box overcomplicated and unecessary, CVT far better. Will not sell, isn't what maxi-scooterists want and isn't what bikers want. DN-01 all over again?
BMW C650GT: stories abound that engine built by Kymco, outrageously expensive, already on sale on the continent for £9300 :eek:
BMW C600 Sport: lacks decent onboard storage, engine also built by Kymco? poor design of rear, also overpriced
In my opinion what the UK scooter market really needs are scooters like the Honda Faze 250 or even a 300cc version of the S-Wing.
Maybe even a 200cc PCX...?