Written on: 02/03/2014 by Colin2park (1 review written)
I have just bought a kymco scooter for 1000 pound it Is a good bike a lot of power going up hills had to up to 45mph going downhill on flat roads had it up to 35 mph fantastic bike for a first bike… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/07/2013
I purchased my Kymco Agility 50 a month ago and love it. I've seen some so so reviews and can't help but wonder why. For the price, IT's THE BEST, PERIOD. It's meeting all my expectations I am getting 140 miles/gallon. If you live in the Fox Valley of Wisconsin go to Metro Motorcyle nicest dealer I went to in the area… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/06/2012
i bought my 2011 agility 50 from the dealer for $1676. first year that scooters and motorcycles stated having ABS which mine has. i read the manual for the bike about 5 times so i now how to keep up on the maintenence and the bike has done fine by me. im a young man 6'1 and i love to do stunts. at first the scooter was way too slow for me. topped out at about 32mph but after i had it tuned up and de-restricted it started going 45mph on the flat and 48 downhill!! im about to order a clutch kit… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/05/2012
Good: price, warrenty Bad: unreliable, slow I have a 2010 model, I bought new from a dealer. The price and warenty is great. But that is where it stops. In the year that I have had it it has been back to the dealer for warenty repairs three times. Speedo broke in the first few months. The belts and drive in the back blew in the middle of an intersection. Starter motor fires randomly while riding when you turn to the left. Alot of trouble starting it, regardless of weather. Side stand never… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2012
my dad bought me mine for £850 and it seemed ok at first although it was a bit sluggish. it runs much better on hot days than cold and its top speed was 38mph. then i replaced the spark plug and oil and it now does 35-36mph which is strange according to all my friends. was de-restricted with a variator kit when it was bought so not sure how fast it was before. i like that it has the backrest because it is good support on long journeys which is good although it is not good on hills because i… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/04/2011
Right done my cbt on this moped and found it very nippy with plenty of acceleration, but restriction is a problem on lo jorneys, killer.
got ot home after my first jorney on this 09 bike and woossh! there goes the key, snapped in the ignition, this was a real bother with time and money that i didnt need at the time.
so the company need to make stronger keys otherwise just be gentle ;)
anyone else experinced this problem?… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/01/2011
I bought my Kymco Agility 50 in October 2010. It is my first ever scooter and being a 25 year old female, I am probably not the typical scooter rider!
It cost me £1300 on the road. It was the cheapest scooter I could find with such good reviews. The dealer I bought it from was super helpful and the bike was all set to go after I completed my CBT.
I noticed at first that it is a little high. I am 5"4 and I can't put both feet down together because of my short legs. But once I got used to it… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/11/2010
I have had this bike for a month and within that time it has proved itself to be a well built, reliable and sturdy machine.
Bought directly from the dealer and although the restriction is in place got a steady, decent speed with a good quiet engine.
After owning a previous scooter which wasn't as well built as this, I am extremely satisfied with my purchase and would strongly recommend the Agility… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/05/2010
I bought the Kymco Agility 50 for £1000 on the road about 3 months ago. It's the latest model with the front indicators built in to the front fairing. I am a 6'1" 13 stone man and the seating position fits me well even though I can't put the back rest up and feel comfortable. The front light on the scooter is amazingly bright and performs well in even total darkness.
I'm just using it to travel 5 miles to work each day and its performing well. I get about 80mpg with it running flat out at 31mph… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/03/2010
I have had my 2009 Kymco Agility 50 a little over a week now, for my first moped and I like it so far,I haven't had any problems except trying to start it when it's cold out but when it's warm out it starts without a problem.If you need a moped just to get around town I reccomend the Kymco Agility 50 it's a great moped for someone who is a first time rider of a moped like I am and for the price… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/10/2009 by granty3000 (1 review written)
hi i have a kymco agility 50cc 4 stroke i have had it for about 3 weeks i have brought it off ebay for £250.when i got it he had brought a new battrey for it because he said that the other one is dead. when i got home i put the battrey on charge for about 10 hours.i put it on the bike n i tryed to start it but it wouldnt start.so i go get the jump leads and i link them up with the car then put it the the scooter.then i start the scooter then it firers. so then i let it warm up then i turn it… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/09/2009
I have the 08 reg version of the Kymco Agility 50 and i think that it is a fatastic scooter 0-40mph in about 30 seconds the pick up at the traffic lights is fab and yeah its let me down a couple times but i have done 8,000 miles in the 6 months i have owned it and i cant really fault it. There isnt alot of space in the storage trunk under the seat though but im buying a top box which will happily accomidate all my stuff all in all if you ever want or are getting a moped get a kymco agility as… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/06/2009
400 miles on my new Agility 50; MPG about 90. Bike accelerates well, stops well. Will do 40 MPH on flats easily. Warranty from Kymco and dealer service is outstanding (have collected on warranty when gas tank float fell off). Performs well on any surface from pavement to sandy two-tracks. Breaking in like I mean to drive it and its performing well. Comfortable ride considering its low weight. Can store a full face helmet or a twelve pack of longnecks under the seat.
When I buy my 150… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/04/2009
The Kymco Agility 50 is very realiable never had a problem with it after 10kmiles so i cant fault it.. Only hink that went wrong was one of the indicators stopped working, but had it fixed in a day… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2009
this bike can easily keep up with 2 stroke 50 cc bikes and is often better at accelerating. Its an awesome ride.
great acceleration for a 4 stroke
economical tyres slippy in the wet
the front doesnt look too tasty… Read Full Review