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2017 City + 50 £1,671.00 otr Cheap motoring @ Kymco

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Cheap motoring can be driven on a full uk car licence and if you passed before 2001 you are classed as having a full moped licence so can also carry a passenger. I do a 28 mile round trip 5 days a wee… Read More
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Cheap motoring can be driven on a full uk car licence and if you passed before 2001 you are classed as having a full moped licence so can also carry a passenger. I do a 28 mile round trip 5 days a week (total 140 miles) for less than £8 in fuel, that is still cheaper than 1 days bus fare.

With fresh new aesthetics and a higher technical specification than its predecessors, the all-new ‘City Plus’ has been designed for riders of all ages who want a smart modern scooter for work, college or leisure.



The City Plus is powered by KYMCO’s ultra-efficient, and reliable, 2-stroke 50cc engine, which compared to 4-stroke models gives the scooter improved acceleration and performance off the mark. This makes it an attractive choice for riders looking for a spritely but economical scooter, with the City Plus able to achieve in excess of 100 miles per gallon.



For rider safety, KYMCO has given the City Plus a new 14” rear wheel and a longer suspension for increased stability when navigating around bumpy, busy roads. The saddle has also been ergonomically redesigned for comfort and to facilitate increased storage under the seat. New folding footrests have been added too.



A nice practical new feature is the fuel cap being positioned on the front of the City Plus to make refuelling the 7 litre capacity tank even easier. There is also a useful 12 Volt accessory outlet for charging mobile devices, lockable under seat storage and updated digital instrumentation panel.



With new LED lights, a more angular design that is accentuated by the light matt blue / black colourway and aluminium rims, the City Plus has been cleverly redesigned by KYMCO, to reflect the needs of modern town and city riders – performance, style and practicality.
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Tyranicus66
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.

It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
And a 17 year old can pass their car test and drive a fecking Ferrari!!! If daddy is a rich ****.
Also are you going to ban all cyclists? So much pish spouted on this forum by people who know diddly squat about feck all.

Edited By: Zontes on Dec 10, 2016 17:33
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If your budget is a little tighter they also do this agility for £1199. Not as nice but a very reliable and economical 4 stroke gy6 engine, as used and made for Honda equivalent. This was my last commuter for 6 years and never let me down. http://www.kymco.co.uk/kymco/new/bikes/Scooters/2013agility50.htm#.WEwmyb2nzMI

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Edited By: POWYSWALES on Dec 10, 2016 16:11
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esq3585
Are you sure you still don't have to do a CBT before you ride this ?
Not if you passed your car test before 2001. If you passed after 2001 then you need to sit a cbt to validate the moped part of your car licence, this will then give you full moped entitlement, no L plates required and you can carry a pillion.

If you do not have a car licence then it is sit a cbt, you then must display L plates till you pass a test and you are not allowed to carry a pillion.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Dec 10, 2016 15:58

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#1
Are you sure you still don't have to do a CBT before you ride this ?
#2
never heard of the Make but I think I'd rather pay an extra few hundred for Peugeot, Piaggio or Honda.
#3
emiratesstadium
never heard of the Make but I think I'd rather pay an extra few hundred for Peugeot, Piaggio or Honda.


Having said that, reviews for the Make seem average so better than the Chinese crap you get.
#4
You 100% have to have a CBT to ride a moped, no matter if you have a full UK driving license or not. And I'm sure you can't carry a passenger either.
5 Likes #5
esq3585
Are you sure you still don't have to do a CBT before you ride this ?
Not if you passed your car test before 2001. If you passed after 2001 then you need to sit a cbt to validate the moped part of your car licence, this will then give you full moped entitlement, no L plates required and you can carry a pillion.

If you do not have a car licence then it is sit a cbt, you then must display L plates till you pass a test and you are not allowed to carry a pillion.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Dec 10, 2016 15:58
#6
esq3585
Are you sure you still don't have to do a CBT before you ride this ?

If you passed post 2001 you do. Stupid really as anyone before this can hop on a bike with no training at all, yet everyone else has to take a test!
3 Likes #7
emiratesstadium
never heard of the Make but I think I'd rather pay an extra few hundred for Peugeot, Piaggio or Honda.
Peugeot and piaggio are now made in China, Kymco are Taiwanese and is one of the last few quality moped manufacturers.
6 Likes #8
If your budget is a little tighter they also do this agility for £1199. Not as nice but a very reliable and economical 4 stroke gy6 engine, as used and made for Honda equivalent. This was my last commuter for 6 years and never let me down. http://www.kymco.co.uk/kymco/new/bikes/Scooters/2013agility50.htm#.WEwmyb2nzMI

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Edited By: POWYSWALES on Dec 10, 2016 16:11
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POWYSWALES
emiratesstadium
never heard of the Make but I think I'd rather pay an extra few hundred for Peugeot, Piaggio or Honda.
Peugeot and piaggio are now made in China, Kymco are Taiwanese and is one of the last few quality moped manufacturers.


Maybe some are but the standard of motorcycle is better. Predominantly they are made in France and Italy.

When I say Chinese scooters I'm talking about the no named build it yourself ones.
1 Like #10
Frankly, you would be stupid to ride anything without doing at least CBT.

I also think you would have to be mad to use a 50cc they are so slow that they are dangerous. And as to using one to carry a pillion...
banned#11
If you passed car test before Feb 2001 no cbt needed.but why you would want to carry a passenger on a 50cc moped is beyond me.just take full a1 license and get a yamaha r1 like me.
4 Likes #12
These are mainly for drug dealing chavs who can't afford to buy a car.
2 Likes #13
I have a kymco like 125 and use it every day brilliant on fuel and had no problems since having it 2 years ago quality bike
#14
Mmmm may buy me self one for xmas
1 Like #15
esq3585
Are you sure you still don't have to do a CBT before you ride this ?


because it's 50cc no CBT PROVIDED you past your
2 Likes #16
Better off with a Sinnis Max 2 - another Chinese make made up mostly of Yamaha and Suzuki parks (the engine is a Suzuki).

125cc, 5 gears (manual) - and can be had for £1149 OTR with a 2 year warranty. I've done 300km in mine so far and I've put £4 of petrol in, also since I normally spend around £10 a week parking (gotta love Southend) it'll pay for itself in a couple of years!

Sure, it's not as fun as my little abarth, but around town it's far more practical! Plus it's 4 stroke not 2, so less faffing around.


Edited By: bma1445 on Dec 10, 2016 17:05
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mas99
Frankly, you would be stupid to ride anything without doing at least CBT.

I also think you would have to be mad to use a 50cc they are so slow that they are dangerous. And as to using one to carry a pillion...

You can't carry a pillion anyway, not even with a cbt - you need a proper test for that.

TBH, having done my cbt recently, it's a bit of a waste of time if you don't need one - save yourself £100 and spend a day in a car park practicing manouvers and emergency stops - be far more useful than paying someone to tell you what road signs are and tell you what lanes to be in.

Edited By: bma1445 on Dec 10, 2016 17:04
#18
Any cheap trail type bikes that have a bit of hump to them?
3 Likes #19
bma1445
mas99
Frankly, you would be stupid to ride anything without doing at least CBT.
I also think you would have to be mad to use a 50cc they are so slow that they are dangerous. And as to using one to carry a pillion...
You can't carry a pillion anyway, not even with a cbt - you need a proper test for that.
TBH, having done my cbt recently, it's a bit of a waste of time if you don't need one - save yourself £100 and spend a day in a car park practicing manouvers and emergency stops - be far more useful than paying someone to tell you what road signs are and tell you what lanes to be in.
i only done my cbt for a 125 and can say yeah you think its a waste of time but having that few hours of someone telling you your position could be the thing that saves you being swiped off the road , personally for new riders its ideal me with full car lorry and a bus licence it felt stupid for a 125 but i did learn a couple of things
btw pre 2001 licence holders can have a pillion on a 50 but why would you on a 50


Edited By: wanderer on Dec 10, 2016 17:15
banned 3 Likes #20
emiratesstadium
never heard of the Make but I think I'd rather pay an extra few hundred for Peugeot, Piaggio or Honda.
Hey man, you obviously know absolutely hee haw about bikes. Kymco are well respected. Been riding bikes for well over 40 years and I would have no problem buying this make. Most, if not all, of the bike manufactures you mentioned have their bikes made in China.
Edit. Feck all wrong with Chinese bikes as well. I have one, check my username, cost me 800 quid brand new and has never missed a beat. I use it on crappy days when I don't want my main bike to get manky.

Edited By: Zontes on Dec 10, 2016 17:18
1 Like #21
It's expensive for an non brand (they are the better of the mainland Asian brands but that's not much).
2 stroke vs 4 stroke is a stupid point as it will be limited to 28mph if you plan on keeping it stock and riding it on the am licence.
Plus 2 stroke engines need more maintenance and oil.

For the money your better off getting a used Jap 125 take a moped anywhere other then a 30 or below zone and it's dangerous as hell as you have no wiggle room to get out of trouble and traffic will be constantly tail gating you and trying to pass.
1 Like #22
dont forget the price of a helmet , clothing , tax and insurance.......
#23
I could do with one of these,driving out of Cheadle every team time is an absolute ball ache
4 Likes #24
joedastudd
It's expensive for an non brand

Kymco aren't a non brand at all. They're very popular mopeds/scooters and have been around a few years. One of the better brands around, and they've worked with both Kawasaki and BMW.
1 Like #25
I had to take the CBT in order to legally ride my 125 that I bought and to be honest it was a bit of a waste of time and more importantly money for me.

I say that being a full car license holder though and it really is a money making exercise. I do however understand the need If you have never rode on public roads before.

Cheap way to get about though after you budget for clothing/helmet and the like.
banned 1 Like #26
smokingplunger
joedastudd
It's expensive for an non brand
Kymco aren't a non brand at all. They're very popular mopeds/scooters and have been around a few years. One of the better brands around, and they've worked with both Kawasaki and BMW.
Yep, the guy's post is total ****. No idea what he is talking about!
1 Like #27
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.

It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
banned 1 Like #28
emiratesstadium
emiratesstadium
never heard of the Make but I think I'd rather pay an extra few hundred for Peugeot, Piaggio or Honda.

Having said that, reviews for the Make seem average so better than the Chinese crap you get.
How many Chinese bikes have you owned? BTW.
#29
Even if you have a car licence before 2001 I would recommend doing some basic training at a motorcycle school. They will teach you how to ride a bike and how to stay alive on the road.
banned 7 Likes #30
Tyranicus66
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.

It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
And a 17 year old can pass their car test and drive a fecking Ferrari!!! If daddy is a rich ****.
Also are you going to ban all cyclists? So much pish spouted on this forum by people who know diddly squat about feck all.

Edited By: Zontes on Dec 10, 2016 17:33
#31
Zontes
Tyranicus66
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.
It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
And a 17 year old can pass their car test and drive a fecking Ferrari!!! If daddy is a rich ****.
Which will have more safety features than any bike ever....
banned 1 Like #32
Tyranicus66
Zontes
Tyranicus66
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.
It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
And a 17 year old can pass their car test and drive a fecking Ferrari!!! If daddy is a rich ****.
Which will have more safety features than any bike ever....
Not if the fecking plonker drives into me and my family at 150 MPH. You dick.
Would you let a kid get on your Guzzi? I doubt it as he/she would not be able to handle it. Same with a car. New drivers should be restricted regarding horse power, just like young bikers.

Edited By: Zontes on Dec 10, 2016 17:41
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Zontes
Tyranicus66
Zontes
Tyranicus66
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.
It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
And a 17 year old can pass their car test and drive a fecking Ferrari!!! If daddy is a rich ****.
Which will have more safety features than any bike ever....
Not if the fecking plonker drives into me and my family at 150 MPH. You dick.
Would you let a kid get on your Guzzi? I doubt it as he/she would not be able to handle it. Same with a car. New drivers should be restricted regarding horse power, just like young bikers.


This guy obviously has a chip on his shoulder.

Another moron that will get suspended.
#34
Tyranicus66
Zontes
Tyranicus66
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.
It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
And a 17 year old can pass their car test and drive a fecking Ferrari!!! If daddy is a rich ****.
Which will have more safety features than any bike ever....
It is not the vehicle that kills, the amount of mad barstools that race past me on motor cycles and cars, i can understand why they end up in the morgue. Some people are crazy and it does not matter whether they are on a bike or car, they are destined to be in an accident
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Zontes
Tyranicus66
Zontes
Tyranicus66
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.
It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
And a 17 year old can pass their car test and drive a fecking Ferrari!!! If daddy is a rich ****.
Which will have more safety features than any bike ever....
Not if the fecking plonker drives into me and my family at 150 MPH. You dick.
Would you let a kid get on your Guzzi? I doubt it as he/she would not be able to handle it. Same with a car. New drivers should be restricted regarding horse power, just like young bikers.


Well done for editing D*** head at the end.
banned 2 Likes #36
emiratesstadium
Zontes
Tyranicus66
Zontes
Tyranicus66
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.
It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
And a 17 year old can pass their car test and drive a fecking Ferrari!!! If daddy is a rich ****.
Which will have more safety features than any bike ever....
Not if the fecking plonker drives into me and my family at 150 MPH. You dick.
Would you let a kid get on your Guzzi? I doubt it as he/she would not be able to handle it. Same with a car. New drivers should be restricted regarding horse power, just like young bikers.
This guy obviously has a chip on his shoulder.
Another moron that will get suspended.
What a well considered response. Fecking eejit. I'll now sod off before you report me to daddy at HUKD to get me banned. Get a life, and grow up. Bye.:p
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Tyranicus66
All Moped's are useless, dangerous toys and should be banned. At least on a proper bike you have the grunt to get out of trouble if need's be.
It seems perverse that as a society we encourage the least experienced riders to use the most dangerous machines. (For the record I have an 850cc Moto Guzzi)
Ban em all...it's not like many people use them to great effect in countries all over the world;-))
I ride a Guzzi too but will always wave at scooter riders!
#38
Good deal, but 30 mph max! That would just #*#* me off. Perfect if you're just in the city or something though.
#39
Zontes
smokingplunger
joedastudd
It's expensive for an non brand
Kymco aren't a non brand at all. They're very popular mopeds/scooters and have been around a few years. One of the better brands around, and they've worked with both Kawasaki and BMW.
Yep, the guy's post is total ****. No idea what he is talking about!
But he Does, Kymco have manufactured many parts for BMW including engines.
#40
mas99
Frankly, you would be stupid to ride anything without doing at least CBT.
I also think you would have to be mad to use a 50cc they are so slow that they are dangerous. And as to using one to carry a pillion...

No real need for CBT unless you have to, anyone who can ride a push bike could ride a 50cc twist and go moped and if you have a full license taken before 2001 you will be more than capable of using this safely on the road.

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