Kymco Scooters

Kymco Scooter Company

Kymco scooters are made by the Kymco Scooter Company, or more correctly Kymco Motorsports, Inc., a Taiwan-based company that also makes motorcycles and ATVs.

Kymco scooters come in all shapes and sizes

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Kymco is the largest scooter manufacturer in Taiwan. They've been around since before WWII and their website says that they "use the latest technology for the engineering and production of reliable engine, chassis, and other components."

Background Information

picture of Kymco People 150Kymco USA markets and distributes their line of scooters in the US. Their headquarters is in Spartanburg, SC and they've had a US presence for more than 30 years.

Their focus is on:

  • superior value
  • frequent new product introductions
  • strategic industry partnerships
  • excellence in dealer network support

They have a dealer network with more than 600 locations in the US, so if Kymco is what you want, you should be able to find someone selling them somewhere nearby.

Current Kymco Scooters Models

Kymco offers a really large line-up of models in quite a wide variety of different sizes. They truly offer a scooter for just about every type of rider. Some are sporty, while others have a more traditional style.

One of the great things about the Kymco brand of scooters is that they offer so many choices. Clearly, this is a company that's been making scooters for a while!

49cc/50cc Scooters

Kymco scooters' 50cc line up

Kymco offers a few different small scooters. So, if all you want is a little scooter to buzz around city streets at low speeds or to have fun off road, then one of these scooters might be right for you...

Here is a list of the various small scooters that Kymco offers currently:

  • People
  • Agility
  • Super 8
  • Like
  • Sento
  • Sting

125cc/150cc Scooters

Kymco also offers the next step up... the moderate-sized 125cc to 150cc scooters, that are right for just about anyone who wants more power and speed than the small scooters, but doesn't have a need to traverse super highways. This is the perfect mid-size scooter!

Kymco Scooter Company's mid-size line up of scooters

Kymco offers the following 3 models in their mid-size range of scooters:

  • Agility 125
  • People 150
  • Super 8 150

Larger Scooters

Kymco makes a number of larger scooters

Kymco also offers 7 models of larger scooters, that range from 200cc to 300cc in size. This is the size in scooters which generally offers the most flexibility, affordability and highway-worthiness.

This scooter size is fast enough and large enough to compete safely even on expressways at high speeds, much as motorcycles do.

If you're looking for a scooter with more speed & power than the smaller scooter varieties, but don't need a maxi-scoot, one of the Kymco models in this range may be the perfect alternative.

The larger Kymco models available include:

  • Like 200i
  • Yager GT 200i
  • People S200
  • Xciting 250Ri
  • Grandvista 250
  • People S250
  • Downtown 300i

500cc Scooter

Kymco Xciting 500cc scooter picture

Kymco offers only 1 maxi-scoot, the Kymco Xciting 500Ri scooter, which offers Kymco quality and economy in a new, bigger package.

This powerful scooter enables you to travel at highway speeds with plenty of passing power. It also offers a well-padded driver's seat with adjustable backrest, four- position adjustable brake levers, and the aerodynamic windscreen.

Older Kymco Models You May Still Be Able to Find...

In addition to all the Kymco models outlined above, you may also still come across some of these older models that are no longer in active production:

  • Vitality 50cc
  • People S 50
  • Super 9 50
  • People S 135
  • Bet and Win 150
  • Xciting 250
  • People 250
  • Bet and Win 250

In Summary...

As you can see, Kymco scooters offers an incredible and varied line-up of models. If you can't find a Kymco that you like, then you're not really trying! Add to that their 30 years of reliable service, and you have a great choice for your next scooter.

For more info about Kymco scooters, you can visit the Kymco USA website.

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