Race blue 2017 kymco City + 50 £1699 @Kymco

Race blue 2017 kymco City + 50 £1699 @Kymco

Found 12th Jan 2017
If you passed your driving test before 2001 no need for further training\test and you can carry a passenger.

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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Scooter manufacturers just don't make them secure enough to prevent theftl, smash the front plastic cowl to access the ignition switch and a way they go.Its about time they fitted a secure coded electronic system to prevent this.Always worries me when I leave mine.
how many miles will this do say on a full tank of fuel

how many miles will this do say on a full tank of fuel

Cost about £5 to fill and you should get 80 - 100 miles.
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