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KYMCO AGILITY 50 SCOOTER, 120mpg CHEAP TRANSPORT. 2 YEAR WARRANTY. £1,299.00@ KYMCO (drive on car licence)

£1299.00 @ Kymco
If you passed your driving test before 2001 no need for further training\test and you can carry a passenger. KYMCO AGILITY 50 - As the name suggests the Agility 50 is both light and agile, which …
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If you passed your driving test before 2001 no need for further training\test and you can carry a passenger.

KYMCO AGILITY 50 -
As the name suggests the Agility 50 is both light and agile, which makes it great fun to ride.

The Perfect Entry Level Scooter
The Agility 50 has plenty to offer if you are looking for a well made, fuel efficient scooter at an affordable price. To enhance stability, comfort and safety, this scooter has 12 inch alloy wheels, a front disc brake and a light net weight of just 92kg making it easy to manouver and park.

Available in Silver/Black

Fuel Efficient and Environmentally Friendly
The Agility 50 is powered by the latest generation of 4 stroke air-cooled engines, which ultimately makes it highly fuel-efficient, capable of achieving in excess of 120 miles per gallon as well as producing very low carbon emissions.

Great For the City and a Comfortable Ride
The Agility 50 has a relitively low seating position at 785mm, making it ideal for both male and female riders. Pillions are well catered for, with a sturdy foot rest and a grab rail, so you can share your journey with a friend if the mood takes you. The pillion seat converts into a backrest for an ultra comfortable solo ride.

Other features include: front disc and rear drum brakes, electric and kick-start, automatic choke, lockable under seat storage box for helmet, shopping or waterproofs, steering lock, rear carrier, centre and side stands, and the all important fuel gauge.

2 Year Warranty
The Agility 50 comes with a 2-year unlimited mileage manufacturer's parts and labour warranty. you passed your driving test before 2003, no need for further training\test or L plates and you can carry a passenger.

KYMCO AGILITY 50 -
As the name suggests the Agility 50 is both light and agile, which makes it great fun to ride.

The Perfect Entry Level Scooter
The Agility 50 has plenty to offer if you are looking for a well made, fuel efficient scooter at an affordable price. To enhance stability, comfort and safety, this scooter has 12 inch alloy wheels, a front disc brake and a light net weight of just 92kg making it easy to manouver and park.

Available in Silver/Black

Fuel Efficient and Environmentally Friendly
The Agility 50 is powered by the latest generation of 4 stroke air-cooled engines, which ultimately makes it highly fuel-efficient, capable of achieving in excess of 120 miles per gallon as well as producing very low carbon emissions.

Great For the City and a Comfortable Ride
The Agility 50 has a relitively low seating position at 785mm, making it ideal for both male and female riders. Pillions are well catered for, with a sturdy foot rest and a grab rail, so you can share your journey with a friend if the mood takes you. The pillion seat converts into a backrest for an ultra comfortable solo ride.

Other features include: front disc and rear drum brakes, electric and kick-start, automatic choke, lockable under seat storage box for helmet, shopping or waterproofs, steering lock, rear carrier, centre and side stands, and the all important fuel gauge.

2 Year Warranty
The Agility 50 comes with a 2-year unlimited mileage manufacturer's parts and labour warranty.
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59 Likes
Sambat
Well we do need more donors.....
Only because of car drivers with an attitude like yours!
19 Likes
Sambat
Well we do need more donors.....
I drove a moped for 12 years to and from work and never once came of or involved in an accident. My work colleagues would all be stuck in rush hour traffic for over an hour why I was home in 20 minutes, plus add the benefit of being toll free in mersey tunnels saving me another £2.60 a day.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Jan 11, 2017 16:19: Edit
18 Likes
m5rcc
An extremely unreliable piece of Taiwanese junk. Stick to a Honda Vision 50 if you want to get to work.
Kymco make parts and engines for Honda and bmw, they share the same 139qmb 49cc engine with Honda., Hence they can back this scooter with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. I had one for 5 years and put 40,000 miles on it, only needed a few oil changes ( 4 stroke ) 1 new spark plug and 2 new tyres.

Kymco review video https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M5ySUY1quxM

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Jan 12, 2017 15:58: Edit
17 Likes
TheOak
POWYSWALES
m5rcc
POWYSWALES
Kymco make parts and engines for Honda and bmw, they share the same 139qmb 49cc engine with Honda., Hence they can back this scooter with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. I had one for 5 years and put 40,000 miles on it, only needed a few oil changes ( 4 stroke ) 1 new spark plug and 2 new tyres.
Kymco made the engine for the now discontinued G 450 X as it was a truly horrible bike.
I know they make parts for other bikes but their bikes/scooters in general are more unreliable than Honda equivalents.
http://www.scooterunderground.com/knowledge/Where_scooters_made.htm
Might be good to find a similar link from somewhere without a vested interest. The ONLY people I have heard speak very highly of the asian crap, are the shops that sell them. I have known three people who owned Kymcos and all agree they are ****.

"Asian Crap"? and precisely on which continent do you think Hondas are made? Guess you never got your CSE in Geography.
13 Likes
Buy a second-hand 50 of reputable make or better still, do your CBT and get a 125.

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6 Likes #1
Well we do need more donors.....
59 Likes #2
Sambat
Well we do need more donors.....
Only because of car drivers with an attitude like yours!
5 Likes #3
An extremely unreliable piece of Taiwanese junk. Stick to a Honda Vision 50 if you want to get to work.
19 Likes #4
Sambat
Well we do need more donors.....
I drove a moped for 12 years to and from work and never once came of or involved in an accident. My work colleagues would all be stuck in rush hour traffic for over an hour why I was home in 20 minutes, plus add the benefit of being toll free in mersey tunnels saving me another £2.60 a day.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Jan 11, 2017 16:19: Edit
1 Like #5
This brand has been around a while now hasn't? I expect it's a lot cheaper to buy and repair than a Honda vision 50?
18 Likes #6
m5rcc
An extremely unreliable piece of Taiwanese junk. Stick to a Honda Vision 50 if you want to get to work.
Kymco make parts and engines for Honda and bmw, they share the same 139qmb 49cc engine with Honda., Hence they can back this scooter with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. I had one for 5 years and put 40,000 miles on it, only needed a few oil changes ( 4 stroke ) 1 new spark plug and 2 new tyres.

Kymco review video https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M5ySUY1quxM

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Jan 12, 2017 15:58: Edit
1 Like #7
tomlewis007
I expect it's a lot cheaper to buy and repair than a Honda vision 50?

Of course - but is it more reliable? No. And that is what you need as a commuting bike.

I would not touch anything other than a Honda scooter for commuting (speaking from over fifteen years of doing so in London).
2 Likes #8
POWYSWALES
Kymco make parts and engines for Honda and bmw, they share the same 139qmb 49cc engine with Honda., Hence they can back this scooter with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. I had one for 5 years and put 40,000 miles on it, only needed a few oil changes ( 4 stroke ) 1 new spark plug and 2 new tyres.

Kymco made the engine for the now discontinued G 450 X as it was a truly horrible bike.

I know they make parts for other bikes but their bikes/scooters in general are more unreliable than Honda equivalents.
1 Like #9
m5rcc
POWYSWALES
Kymco make parts and engines for Honda and bmw, they share the same 139qmb 49cc engine with Honda., Hence they can back this scooter with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. I had one for 5 years and put 40,000 miles on it, only needed a few oil changes ( 4 stroke ) 1 new spark plug and 2 new tyres.
Kymco made the engine for the now discontinued G 450 X as it was a truly horrible bike.
I know they make parts for other bikes but their bikes/scooters in general are more unreliable than Honda equivalents.
http://www.scooterunderground.com/knowledge/Where_scooters_made.htm
13 Likes #10
Buy a second-hand 50 of reputable make or better still, do your CBT and get a 125.
1 Like #11

I have a full-bike licence so wouldn't ride a 50cc, but again, would not touch a Kymco for the aforementioned reasons. Additionally, just look at the residuals...
3 Likes #12
POWYSWALES
m5rcc
POWYSWALES
Kymco make parts and engines for Honda and bmw, they share the same 139qmb 49cc engine with Honda., Hence they can back this scooter with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. I had one for 5 years and put 40,000 miles on it, only needed a few oil changes ( 4 stroke ) 1 new spark plug and 2 new tyres.
Kymco made the engine for the now discontinued G 450 X as it was a truly horrible bike.
I know they make parts for other bikes but their bikes/scooters in general are more unreliable than Honda equivalents.
http://www.scooterunderground.com/knowledge/Where_scooters_made.htm
Might be good to find a similar link from somewhere without a vested interest. The ONLY people I have heard speak very highly of the asian crap, are the shops that sell them. I have known three people who owned Kymcos and all agree they are ****.
17 Likes #13
TheOak
POWYSWALES
m5rcc
POWYSWALES
Kymco make parts and engines for Honda and bmw, they share the same 139qmb 49cc engine with Honda., Hence they can back this scooter with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. I had one for 5 years and put 40,000 miles on it, only needed a few oil changes ( 4 stroke ) 1 new spark plug and 2 new tyres.
Kymco made the engine for the now discontinued G 450 X as it was a truly horrible bike.
I know they make parts for other bikes but their bikes/scooters in general are more unreliable than Honda equivalents.
http://www.scooterunderground.com/knowledge/Where_scooters_made.htm
Might be good to find a similar link from somewhere without a vested interest. The ONLY people I have heard speak very highly of the asian crap, are the shops that sell them. I have known three people who owned Kymcos and all agree they are ****.

"Asian Crap"? and precisely on which continent do you think Hondas are made? Guess you never got your CSE in Geography.
1 Like #14
TheOak
Might be good to find a similar link from somewhere without a vested interest. The ONLY people I have heard speak very highly of the asian crap, are the shops that sell them. I have known three people who owned Kymcos and all agree they are ****.

Well Asian would include Japan! More that of the Chinese/Taiwanese products have reliability issues and that is why they are generally cheap and are sold almost as white goods. If Kymco were smart, they should take a leaf out of the Koreans and offer a five year unlimited warranty like Hyundai/KIA and build from that.
1 Like #15
Magister
"Asian Crap"? and precisely on which continent do you think Hondas are made? Guess you never got your CSE in Geography.

Many Honda scooters are actually made in Europe.
3 Likes #16
:) Asians make some of the best vehicles on earth including the most popular motorised transport on the planet..... the Honda Cub
1 Like #17
You'll have the birds queuing up for a ride with this one. X)
2 Likes #18
m5rcc
POWYSWALES
Kymco make parts and engines for Honda and bmw, they share the same 139qmb 49cc engine with Honda., Hence they can back this scooter with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. I had one for 5 years and put 40,000 miles on it, only needed a few oil changes ( 4 stroke ) 1 new spark plug and 2 new tyres.

Kymco made the engine for the now discontinued G 450 X as it was a truly horrible bike.

I know they make parts for other bikes but their bikes/scooters in general are more unreliable than Honda equivalents.


​Could be good for somebody starting out?

I expect Yamaha and Suzuki would also be reliable options?
2 Likes #19
It has been suggested that I shouldn't drive a car on a car licence
3 Likes #20
tomlewis007
​Could be good for somebody starting out?

Not really - would be better to buy a second-hand scooter if one is starting out. It's likely that one will have a scuff or a fall and one would be better not to do that on a new scooter.

tomlewis007
​I expect Yamaha and Suzuki would also be reliable options?

They're fine, but the most reliable and biggest sellers have been Honda.
#21
50cc? will it even do 30mph? as for taking a passenger, dont try to make me laugh

these things are a liability on an open road.
1 Like #22
m5rcc
TheOak
Might be good to find a similar link from somewhere without a vested interest. The ONLY people I have heard speak very highly of the asian crap, are the shops that sell them. I have known three people who owned Kymcos and all agree they are ****.
Well Asian would include Japan! More that of the Chinese/Taiwanese products have reliability issues and that is why they are generally cheap and are sold almost as white goods. If Kymco were smart, they should take a leaf out of the Koreans and offer a five year unlimited warranty like Hyundai/KIA and build from that.
5 year but not unlimited would be to much for any scooter manufacturer. These small 49cc 4 stroke engines work at around 9000 rpm so are only good for 40,000 the most.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Jan 11, 2017 17:30
1 Like #23
mas99
50cc? will it even do 30mph?

Yes it will and 50mph if you de-restricted it.
1 Like #24
POWYSWALES
m5rcc
TheOak
Might be good to find a similar link from somewhere without a vested interest. The ONLY people I have heard speak very highly of the asian crap, are the shops that sell them. I have known three people who owned Kymcos and all agree they are ****.
Well Asian would include Japan! More that of the Chinese/Taiwanese products have reliability issues and that is why they are generally cheap and are sold almost as white goods. If Kymco were smart, they should take a leaf out of the Koreans and offer a five year unlimited warranty like Hyundai/KIA and build from that.
5 year but not unlimited would be to much for any scooter manufacturer. These small 49cc 4 stroke engines work at around 9000 rpm so are only good for 40,000 the most.

Established brands don't need to offer a five year and/or unlimited warranty. Kymco and like do due to their questionable reputation.
1 Like #25
m5rcc
Magister
"Asian Crap"? and precisely on which continent do you think Hondas are made? Guess you never got your CSE in Geography.
Many Honda scooters are actually made in Europe.
Not any more there not. Same as Peugeot scooters they were once made in Europe but are now made in China.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Jan 11, 2017 17:35
1 Like #26
m5rcc
POWYSWALES
m5rcc
TheOak
Might be good to find a similar link from somewhere without a vested interest. The ONLY people I have heard speak very highly of the asian crap, are the shops that sell them. I have known three people who owned Kymcos and all agree they are ****.
Well Asian would include Japan! More that of the Chinese/Taiwanese products have reliability issues and that is why they are generally cheap and are sold almost as white goods. If Kymco were smart, they should take a leaf out of the Koreans and offer a five year unlimited warranty like Hyundai/KIA and build from that.
5 year but not unlimited would be to much for any scooter manufacturer. These small 49cc 4 stroke engines work at around 9000 rpm so are only good for 40,000 the most.
Established brands don't need to offer a five year and/or unlimited warranty. Kymco and like do due to their questionable reputation.
2 years unlimited is more than most other manufacturers are giving.
1 Like #27
POWYSWALES
Not any more there not. Same as Peugeot scooters they were once made in Europe but are now made in China.

Erm. SH300s are still made in Italy...

Edit: all SHs are still made in Atessa, Italy (as I suspected - just made over one million)

Edited By: m5rcc on Jan 11, 2017 17:42
#28
POWYSWALES
2 years unlimited is more than most other manufacturers are giving.

You are failing to understand my point. Kymco need to offer a longer warranty because they have a poor(-er) reputation.
1 Like #29
Magister
TheOak
POWYSWALES
m5rcc
POWYSWALES
Kymco make parts and engines for Honda and bmw, they share the same 139qmb 49cc engine with Honda., Hence they can back this scooter with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. I had one for 5 years and put 40,000 miles on it, only needed a few oil changes ( 4 stroke ) 1 new spark plug and 2 new tyres.
Kymco made the engine for the now discontinued G 450 X as it was a truly horrible bike.
I know they make parts for other bikes but their bikes/scooters in general are more unreliable than Honda equivalents.
http://www.scooterunderground.com/knowledge/Where_scooters_made.htm
Might be good to find a similar link from somewhere without a vested interest. The ONLY people I have heard speak very highly of the asian crap, are the shops that sell them. I have known three people who owned Kymcos and all agree they are ****.
"Asian Crap"? and precisely on which continent do you think Hondas are made? Guess you never got your CSE in Geography.
As in all of these crap makes are Asian, not as in all Asian-made machines are crap.
2 Likes #30
nothing wrong with these.

our lad had one, 3 years and 16,000km and all we did was change the oil once a year with good synthetic.

miles better than the chinese CG125 copy i had a while back and yes easy enough to derestrict and upjet.

Edited By: robw1978 on Jan 11, 2017 18:21
1 Like #31
Zontes
Sambat
Well we do need more donors.....
Only because of car drivers with an attitude like yours!
Not mine, I don't undertake cars, I don't overtake on school crossings, I don't race the first car at the traffic lights and I don't drive on pavements- all which are fairly common practices by kids that drive these hair dryers. Plenty of my school friends died on mopeds due to the belief they could compete with larger traffic.
If it wasn't for mopeds we wouldn't have so many donors.
1 Like #32
Any good deals on a decent 125cc ?
8 Likes #33
Sambat
Zontes
Sambat
Well we do need more donors.....
Only because of car drivers with an attitude like yours!
Not mine, I don't undertake cars, I don't overtake on school crossings, I don't race the first car at the traffic lights and I don't drive on pavements- all which are fairly common practices by kids that drive these hair dryers. Plenty of my school friends died on mopeds due to the belief they could compete with larger traffic.
If it wa. You are n't for mopeds we wouldn't have so many donors.
WTF

Sambat
Zontes
Sambat
Well we do need more donors.....
Only because of car drivers with an attitude like yours!
Not mine, I don't undertake cars, I don't overtake on school crossings, I don't race the first car at the traffic lights and I don't drive on pavements- all which are fairly common practices by kids that drive these hair dryers. Plenty of my school friends died on mopeds due to the belief they could compete with larger traffic.
If it wasn't for mopeds we wouldn't have so many donors.
Most amazing sweeping generalisation ever. You really are being totally insincere. Yes people die in car and bike accidents, but you are out of order with your comments.
Edit. I am 60 years old, been riding bikes since my first Garelli moped when aged 15. I am still alive. You are talking rubbish. Really!

Edited By: Zontes on Jan 11, 2017 20:19
#34
I thought that everybody wanting to ride a bike has to do a CBT unless you are really old and a full bike licence was included in your car licence? If you can destrict it and do 50 then thats should be fine for travelling to and from work??
#35
aljack
I thought that everybody wanting to ride a bike has to do a CBT unless you are really old and a full bike licence was included in your car licence? If you can destrict it and do 50 then thats should be fine for travelling to and from work??
not legal no
1 Like #36
aljack
I thought that everybody wanting to ride a bike has to do a CBT unless you are really old and a full bike licence was included in your car licence?

Yes that is true, unless, as the OP did say, you passed prior to 2003. Then there is no need to.

aljack
If you can destrict it and do 50 then thats should be fine for travelling to and from work??

It can, but given you probably need to do a CBT (given your previous sentence), why not just get a 125cc instead?
#37
Sambat
Zontes
Sambat
Well we do need more donors.....
Only because of car drivers with an attitude like yours!
Not mine, I don't undertake cars, I don't overtake on school crossings, I don't race the first car at the traffic lights and I don't drive on pavements- all which are fairly common practices by kids that drive these hair dryers. Plenty of my school friends died on mopeds due to the belief they could compete with larger traffic.
If it wasn't for mopeds we wouldn't have so many donors.


How many is "plenty"?!
1 Like #38
aljack
I thought that everybody wanting to ride a bike has to do a CBT unless you are really old and a full bike licence was included in your car licence? If you can destrict it and do 50 then thats should be fine for travelling to and from work??
have a full car licence, what can I ride? *

With a full car licence having passed pre-2001 you are eligible to ride a moped (50cc Scooter) without the need for any test or training (C.B.T). You are also allowed to carry a passenger and do not need to display ‘L’ plates. Having past your driving test after 2001, a C.B.T will need to be carried out.
4 Likes #39
Sambat
Zontes
Sambat
Well we do need more donors.....
Only because of car drivers with an attitude like yours!
Not mine, I don't undertake cars, I don't overtake on school crossings, I don't race the first car at the traffic lights and I don't drive on pavements- all which are fairly common practices by kids that drive these hair dryers. Plenty of my school friends died on mopeds due to the belief they could compete with larger traffic.
If it wasn't for mopeds we wouldn't have so many donors.

If multiple friends died on moped, I assume you must live in a rough area.

To all the snobs out there, yes this isn't a freaking hayabusa, but saying a brand new bike will be unreliable is just stupid.

I bought a 125 sinnis max ii for £1k brand new including a top box and first service included. It's basically made from leftover YBR parts with a Suzuki engine. To drive it's just as you would expect a brand new bike to be.

Say I'd bought a fourth hand Honda for £600. Yeah I might get some of that back if I sell the bike in 10 years time. But you have to deal with finding and buying a used bike, MOTs, dealing with problems (if my bike breaks, it'll go back under warranty).
#40
I highly doubt this can do 50mph. Its a 4t, not a 2t.

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