Kymco Agility 125 Scooter Review

by Thomas
(Lockport, N.Y., U.S.A)

After riding 3,000 km,and breaking the scoot in properly, I can't complain much. It gets about 80 mpg, and can go 60mph top end without mods. Since I have a bad lower back, she is light and easy to balance, agile, looks are good, fit and finish is at par to other Taiwanese scoots, and for my first scoot the $2,000 price tag did it.

The tires that came with the bike were horrible, so I got Perelli 12" tires from www.motorcycle $80.00 for the pair and $83.00 to mount them. Now I won't slide through an intersection when it rains again. "Scary".

The Agility vibrates at the handlebars a little at high speed, and for the seat locking mechanism, you have to put pressure on the seat for 30 seconds for it to lock. This can be annoying.

Under seat storage is great. I can fit a chain, half helmet, and installed gorilla alarm. Lastly the front break is great,and the back OK.

I highly recommend this scoot for a first bike.

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Kymco Agility 125cc Scooter Review

by John Curri
(Davis, CA)

The Kymco Agility 125

The Kymco Agility 125

I really love this scooter. I have had it for 18 months. You can't beat the price at $1999. I have had no problems with this scooter and have put 4500 km on it. I weigh 170 lbs and have gotten it above 60 MPH and get 80 miles a gallon.

It's great fun to drive and handles well. I would recommend this scooter to anyone looking for cheap affordable transportation.

This is a better scooter than the Yamaha Vino 125 and $800 cheaper. People always stop and ask me about it, saying they like the way it looks.

I did follow the rules on the brake-in period for the first 1,000 km, not going over 60 KPH. I would recommend this because my scoot is running better than ever.

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2008 Kymco Agility 125 Scooter Review

I have had this scooter for 2 years now. It is fun to ride. I have had it up to 65 mph on the speedometer but as I have read most scoots are about 7 miles + so I would say top speed is 58mph.

I have had no problems with it. Have gone on group rides with it in Sacramento. I have taken it to wine country, climbed some hills and it has done the job. Around the city it has plenty of get up and go to pull away from traffic.

I have put 7100 km which = somewhere around 4200 miles, changed oil on time and bring to Kymco for schedule check up and have had no problems with service.

For the price list price of $1999, it can't be beat. If you are thinking of getting an entry level scooter don't waste your time on 50cc scooters... this is very easy to ride and don't be fooled by cheap Chinese scooters from the Internet.

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