Is a 125cc scooter big enough for two passengers?

by Kevin
(Clayton, NC)

I am looking at a Kymco Agility 125 for camping. Will it handle me (200#) and my wife (125-150#; she won't tell me)?

We'll use it for trips to local attractions and around town. Would like to be able to get up to 45-50 mph.

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Jul 14, 2010
I Would Think So
by: Jim Zeiser

If you're saying you want to run to someplace five to ten miles from where you parked your camper on local roads, the Agility will do fine. If it involves longer runs or larger roads you'll need something like a People S150 or S200.

Jul 14, 2010
My Experience...
by: Kathi

Hi Kevin... I'm not that familiar with the abilities of a Kymco Agility, though it's definitely a great brand. All I can tell you about is my own experience...

I own a 125cc Genuine Buddy. There is plenty of room on my seat to carry my husband, which I do occasionally. However, I do notice the scooter is harder to handle with the extra weight (he's not a big guy--about 150 lbs).

It also doesn't accelerate as quickly or as smoothly, but it does ride OK overall. I haven't gone faster than 40 MPH with him on it, though, as I don't feel confident enough to attempt the whole passenger thing on a faster highway.

I much prefer riding alone, to tell you the truth! :)

PS You also need to check on the Kymco USA website to see what the Agility is rated for. The two of you together might be too much weight for its rating.

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