KYMCO Easy100 Scooter Review

by Brian Slater
(Tainan City, Taiwan)

The KYMCO Easy100 (KE100) I recently acquired is seven years old. I test rode several scooters ranging from 90cc to 150cc consisting of various companies from Yamaha to Honda and Suzuki. Why did I choose the KE100? Well, it felt so right!!

It is so smooth, great maneuverability, provides incredible value for the money and is downright long lasting... Maybe I got lucky, but this seven year old bike seems a lot fresher and more lively than all the others.

It is perfect for the busy city streets of Taiwan where I now live. I am formerly of England and never required a scooter before and I am by no means an expert in this field but I know enough to determine what is a great purchase (very, very cheap!)

I spent the equivalent of 150 English pounds to get black bodywork, as the exterior was a little scratched, I also received a new seat for that price. The options to modify this model are endless, particularly in Taiwan, home of KYMCO and there are many scooter mechanic shops everywhere looking to customise, or tune up your bike for cheap!!

I do not think the KYMCO 100easy scooter is known for being a fast bike, but it is seems faster and has quicker acceleration than the other bikes I tried, it also felt a LOT lighter and easier to handle... So, if you're thinking of buying your first bike, despite what you may think, the KYMCO 100easy could be the perfect scooter for you.

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