Kymco Australia has released two new Agility scooter models, the entry-level City 125i 16+, and the larger-capacity 300i.
The City 125i is priced from $3290 plus on-road costs, available exclusively in a Bright Blue colour scheme.
Power comes from a 125cc EFI engine, which delivers greater fuel efficiency than its predecessor, while a 16-inch front wheel and longer travel suspension improves handling.
The new Agility also benefits from hydraulic discs brakes with a combined braking system (CBS), while other notable features include a new ergonomically designed seat, larger under seat storage space, updated digital dashboard, 12-volt charging outlet, new LED lights and a colour coded top case as a standard feature.
Meanwhile, the Agility 300i checks in from $6490 plus on-road costs, and is available in two colour schemes: Matte Silver and Dark Blue.
The Agility 300i is motivated by a 279cc EFI engine that delivers 17kW and 22Nm of torque, and boasts significant under seat storage space, said to hold two full-face helmets. The seat has also been widened with a wider backrest to improve rider comfort.
Notably, the 300i gains Kymco’s Noodoe digital dashboard, allowing smartphone connection for things like music and navigation.
Other features include a 16-inch front wheel, large windscreen and handlebar wind deflectors, LED lighting and keyless start/stop.
“It is great to be able to introduce these two new models to the Kymco range,” said Kymco brand manager Goetz Neugebauer.
“Both models fill a particular gap in the Kymco range. The Agility City 125i offers customers a smart, modern and eco-friendly 125 with a larger 16-inch front wheel – perfectly suited for around town commuting.
“Whereas the Agility 300i, also with the larger 16-inch front wheel and more powerful 279cc Euro 4 engine, makes it the perfect scooter for riders looking for something capable of both the daily commute as well as weekend escapes.”
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