KYMCO AGILITY 50 SCOOTER, 120mpg CHEAP TRANSPORT. 2 YEAR WARRANTY. £1299@ KYMCO (drive on car licence)
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KYMCO AGILITY 50 SCOOTER, 120mpg CHEAP TRANSPORT. 2 YEAR WARRANTY. £1299@ KYMCO (drive on car licence)

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Found 12th Dec 2017
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.

Top comments

Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed constantly having cars passing you at every opportunity,got rid of it for a 100cc Honda Lead sat comfortably at 50mph which meant I didn’t have a procession of cars behind me all the time getting all angry and upset

Pvfc123456789017 m ago

Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed …Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed constantly having cars passing you at every opportunity,got rid of it for a 100cc Honda Lead sat comfortably at 50mph which meant I didn’t have a procession of cars behind me all the time getting all angry and upset


But we don't mind.
Cos we're holding up the bypass
Woahhh
Me and my dad having a top laugh
Wohhh

nip it onto the pavement, grab the handbag / phone from the pedestrian, speed off down narrow passages, gone.

Pay for itself in a week.

Original Poster

Pvfc123456789017 m ago

Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed …Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed constantly having cars passing you at every opportunity,got rid of it for a 100cc Honda Lead sat comfortably at 50mph which meant I didn’t have a procession of cars behind me all the time getting all angry and upset


I know what you are saying about the max speed but for me it was great in rush hour, all the cars were gridlocked and I still got home in 15 mins on my 6 mile commute, I also had a car but just did not have the patience to sit in traffic for an hour every night. My insurance for the kymco was just £55 per year and included pillion cover.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 12th Dec 2017
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Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed constantly having cars passing you at every opportunity,got rid of it for a 100cc Honda Lead sat comfortably at 50mph which meant I didn’t have a procession of cars behind me all the time getting all angry and upset

Top speed 37mph according to forums. That's dangerous in my opinion unless only going on 30mph roads.

you_gotta_be_kidding9 m ago

Top speed 37mph according to forums. That's dangerous in my opinion unless …Top speed 37mph according to forums. That's dangerous in my opinion unless only going on 30mph roads.


Legally they have to be sold restricted to 30mph for 50cc,you could have them de restricted to get a bit more out of them but in the process invalidate your insurance should anything happen and they find out.
Mine really struggled going up hill like down to 20mph and I’m of a healthy weight,became embarrassing riding it hence why I got rid

Pvfc123456789011 m ago

Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed …Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed constantly having cars passing you at every opportunity,got rid of it for a 100cc Honda Lead sat comfortably at 50mph which meant I didn’t have a procession of cars behind me all the time getting all angry and upset


Probably because thats the legal limit.....

Should have got it derestricted

i think 40mph is pretty much the fastest possible speed out of one of these 50cc scooters, will also depend on your weight. these are pointless IMO as might as well do a CBT and get a 125cc.

oohflamey2 m ago

Probably because thats the legal limit.....Should have got it derestricted


Even de restricted you’d only get maybe another 10mph out of it on the flat and I’m guessing doing so would invalidate the warranty
Edited by: "Pvfc1234567890" 12th Dec 2017

Jaspabt11 m ago

i think 40mph is pretty much the fastest possible speed out of one of …i think 40mph is pretty much the fastest possible speed out of one of these 50cc scooters, will also depend on your weight. these are pointless IMO as might as well do a CBT and get a 125cc.


Depends on level of obesity lmao

Original Poster

Pvfc123456789017 m ago

Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed …Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed constantly having cars passing you at every opportunity,got rid of it for a 100cc Honda Lead sat comfortably at 50mph which meant I didn’t have a procession of cars behind me all the time getting all angry and upset


I know what you are saying about the max speed but for me it was great in rush hour, all the cars were gridlocked and I still got home in 15 mins on my 6 mile commute, I also had a car but just did not have the patience to sit in traffic for an hour every night. My insurance for the kymco was just £55 per year and included pillion cover.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 12th Dec 2017

Pvfc12345678903 m ago

Even de restricted you’d only get maybe another 10mph out of it on the flat


you should see nearly 50 on the flat, depending how fat you are and which way the wind is blowing

SOUTHWALES2 m ago

I know what you are saying about the max speed but for me it was great in …I know what you are saying about the max speed but for me it was great in rush hour, all the cars were gridlocked and I still got home in 15 mins on my 6 mile commute, I also had a car but just did not have the patience to sit in traffic for an hour every night. My insurance for the kymco was just £55 per year and included pillion cover. The money it saved me over 3 years in ware and tear on the car paid for the scooter as a second vehicle.


If it fits the situation then they are good value I guess,going work at 4am in the morning didn’t warrant me being restricted to 30MPH in any road

Pvfc123456789017 m ago

Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed …Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed constantly having cars passing you at every opportunity,got rid of it for a 100cc Honda Lead sat comfortably at 50mph which meant I didn’t have a procession of cars behind me all the time getting all angry and upset


But we don't mind.
Cos we're holding up the bypass
Woahhh
Me and my dad having a top laugh
Wohhh

oohflamey4 m ago

you should see nearly 50 on the flat, depending how fat you are and which …you should see nearly 50 on the flat, depending how fat you are and which way the wind is blowing


Not a chance from a 4 stroke!!

My push bike goes faster

Pvfc12345678907 m ago

If it fits the situation then they are good value I guess,going work at …If it fits the situation then they are good value I guess,going work at 4am in the morning didn’t warrant me being restricted to 30MPH in any road




What about the numerous hills, nay mountains, in South Wales? Wouldn't this crawl up most of them?

tawse571 m ago

What about the numerous hills, nay mountains, in South Wales? Wouldn't …What about the numerous hills, nay mountains, in South Wales? Wouldn't this crawl up most of them?


Yes @ about 15mph 🛵

Pvfc123456789027 m ago

Even de restricted you’d only get maybe another 10mph out of it on the f …Even de restricted you’d only get maybe another 10mph out of it on the flat and I’m guessing doing so would invalidate the warranty



But where did you expect to use it then? The majority of mopeds are for nipping around towns rtf and 30mph road commutes. They are spot on till you try go on bigger roads then your just a hazard.

Generally ideal as a cheap commute. You maybe should have tried riding more defensively too.

Pvfc123456789019 m ago

Yes @ about 15mph 🛵



Thats OK, not only will it be able to overtake many boyracers* (all decals and bodykits, no grunt), but probably keep up with the campervans.

*My son actually did this on his 50cc a few years back; and he aint no lightweight!!! After that we used to taunt the poor boyracer a bit; let him have the outside lane at the lights, let him get a cars length ahead, then roar up the inside in our 25 year old people carrier with our fingers in the "L" position as we passed.

nip it onto the pavement, grab the handbag / phone from the pedestrian, speed off down narrow passages, gone.

Pay for itself in a week.

"...and the all important fuel gauge."

But no mention of a speedo, which is probably best given the above comments!

Worse thing I ever bought. Engine fell apart. No warranty to speak off.

it's chinese crap so goodluck with the warranty

murtgurge2 m ago

it's chinese crap so goodluck with the warranty


Everyone, don't listen to this halfwit.

I don't know how this is hot, it's not even on offer. It's just regular price. If you're into these crap peds that fall apart and give you a brain tumour trying to claim on the warranty then you can get a 50cc lexmoto for 949. Or lintex .. 995. or neco, or direct bikes, or lifan ..

Pvfc123456789059 m ago

Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed …Had one of these a few years ago....absolute death traps,28mph max speed constantly having cars passing you at every opportunity,got rid of it for a 100cc Honda Lead sat comfortably at 50mph which meant I didn’t have a procession of cars behind me all the time getting all angry and upset


thanks for sharing your experience with us, so ! obviously it is waste of money

bozkurt18811 m ago

thanks for sharing your experience with us, so ! obviously it is waste of …thanks for sharing your experience with us, so ! obviously it is waste of money


No worries

£1300 is hardly a good deal for a chicken chaser. Could probably pick up a Honda VFR 750 for that!

Nice choice for the current weather and road conditions.

murtgurge16 m ago

it's chinese crap so goodluck with the warranty


Taiwanese

KYMCO or Kwang Yang Motor Co, Ltd, is a Taiwanese company that manufactures motor scooters, motorcycles, and ATVs for worldwide distribution. Founded in 1963 after splitting from Honda, KYMCO originally made parts for Honda

murtgurge19 m ago

I don't know how this is hot, it's not even on offer. It's just regular …I don't know how this is hot, it's not even on offer. It's just regular price. If you're into these crap peds that fall apart and give you a brain tumour trying to claim on the warranty then you can get a 50cc lexmoto for 949. Or lintex .. 995. or neco, or direct bikes, or lifan ..


Actually, a lot of the parts for these "crap peds" are often sourced from the same factories that make parts for some of the more mainstream brands I've heard.

My advice if youre thinking of taking up scootering for the first time is wait until April May or June when the weather is warmer and roads having less chance of ice. Its so cold at the moment and I think it would put most new riders off.

Kymco are Taiwanese, so in theory are better built than some Chinese scooters. Depending on how heavy you are, de restricted with different rollers, different size carb jet, you could get 50ish out of it. I know the old basic Baotian bt49qt-9 could do that with a 10 stone rider, which was great for a 500 quid chinese 4 stroke 50cc with nothing done to it. I had a Yamaha Aerox with Malossi variator, Gianelli exhaust, Malossi 70cc kit and that did 60, and would of done abit more with a gear up kit, and that cost 2000+ by the time I had all that done. Things that restrict it are either in the exhaust, the variator or the electronic CDi unit. Good source of info on here o2w.co.uk/tag…php . But to be honest, cars make more sense and are much better value in UK unless you really need to go down this route.

Taiwan is a name for the place that we used to call Formosa. Have a guess what it's real "official" name is?
Edited by: "androoski" 12th Dec 2017

Harley_Mick17 m ago

Taiwanese


their 50s and 125s are built in china

Pvfc12345678901 h, 9 m ago

Not a chance from a 4 stroke!!



I have also personally de restricted 50cc mopeds. And they definitely do 47mph. 4 stroke and 2 stroke.
If they don't you can't have done it properly.

Much better out there for the money.

Sinnix Max ii for example. Still Chinese but not a massive problem if you look after it (I have had one just over a year, no problems other than someone knocking it over at the station :P). Starts every time, and will do 65 happily. I feel much safer on that than something which will struggle to get over 30mph derestricted!

Had a 50cc when I was 16 and it was able to achieve over 50mph with some tinkering. It was brand new and the Yamaha garage were the ones who derestricted it. It was great for about town/city. I used to drive it 50+ miles across country and it was great. I put 20k miles on in over 2 years.

I've had many bikes since and I'd still happily cut about on a scooter if I lived in a city where you can't get up to any sort of speed.

Kymco shouldn't be classed in the same bracket as these cheaper Chinese made bikes. Not even close, for me. My friends had Kymco bikes when I had my Yamaha and I wouldn't say mine was any more reliable that theirs.

I would say though, that if you have no experience of riding then do your CBT at the very least, even if your car licence covers you.

Two wheels isn't the safest place to be on the roads, regardless of power.

Dekard9753 m ago

£1300 is hardly a good deal for a chicken chaser. Could probably pick up a …£1300 is hardly a good deal for a chicken chaser. Could probably pick up a Honda VFR 750 for that!


Yes you could, only about 18 years old too with 60,000+ miles on it.
Oh and don't forget the £400 for direct access to get your full license too to ride a 750...

But I do agree that this isn't a deal, this is the RRP anyway.

And as your advertising the need for "no further training or test" maybe the money saved could be used for the cost of the relevant safety clothing .
Cos damn! You gonna need it!

bobbler6 m ago

Yes you could, only about 18 years old too with 60,000+ miles on it.Oh and …Yes you could, only about 18 years old too with 60,000+ miles on it.Oh and don't forget the £400 for direct access to get your full license too to ride a 750...But I do agree that this isn't a deal, this is the RRP anyway.


Absolutely nothing wrong with 60,000 miles on a VFR. Awesome bike, and the engines are bomb proof if it's been looked after. And it's totally worth getting a license in my opinion too. So my point still stands, an absolutely cracking old school superbike, or a chicken chaser? lol
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