Courtesy of the stronger Australian dollar and exceptional support from
the Kymco factory in Taiwan, Kymco Australia & New Zealand today
announced a massive price reduction on their motorcycle range.
While the acceptance of the Kymco motorcycle product in the market has
been exceptional since its launch in September, Kymco has decided to
pass on the benefit of the stronger exchange rate directly to its
customers by slashing the price on its three entry-level, LAMS approved
motorcycles by up to $1,000.
The Venox 250 cruiser will now carry an RRP of $5,490 (a reduction of
$1,000), while the Quannon 125 will now retail for $3,590 (a reduction
of $900) and the CK 125 commuter for $1,990 (a reduction of $1,000).
“The acceptance of Kymco motorcycles has been outstanding and industry
data shows that Kymco is already grabbing a decent share of the below
250cc market,” said Kymco Australia & New Zealand Marketing
Manager, Alan Collins.
“The motorcycle market has not yet fully recovered from a challenging
year, and we’re trying to offer more value than ever for our customers.
“This is not a pricing strategy we’ve been forced to take – it’s one
we’ve quite willingly chosen to take. A lot more things are working in
our favour now than a few months ago, and we want to ensure Kymco
offers not only the legendary quality, but also unbeatable value.
“At the end of the day, we want to see more Kymco motorcycles on the
road. The more that are on the road, the more people we have
understanding that Kymco are the real deal when it comes to
This news follows the recent announcement that Kymco has recently taken
the mantle as the number one scooter brand in Italy, along with number
one scooter brand in Asia and number one ATV brand in France.
For genuine sports appeal in a smaller bike, nothing beats the big
‘sports bike’ look of the Quannon 125. The full fairing aerodynamic
design adds to the performance its powerful 4-stroke engine puts out.
Electric starting gets riders going instantly, while the twin spar
frame is both stylish and strong. With wide tyres on 17” wheels, the
Quannon 125 boast amazing grip and agile and responsive steering. Disc
brakes on the front and rear, digital instrumentation and twin halogen
headlights cap off this impressive package.
The CK 125 is undoubtedly the commuter’s choice – a value-for-money
machine with a smart commuter look, boasting bikini fairing, alloy
wheels, front disc brake, twin shocks and luggage rack as standard. The
smooth 125cc, 4-stroke engine provides plenty of grunt, while the
spacious riding position offers an incredible level of comfort.
For those looking for the classic ‘big cruiser’ styling in a smaller
machine, then the Venox 250 is for you. The gleaming paintwork and
chrome highlighting easily catch the eye, while the machine itself has
everything a new rider seriously wants in a motorcycle – minus the
inflated price tag. From its V-Twin, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled engine to
the 17” front and 15” rear wheels, Venox is a genuine cruiser. This
machine also has a tank-mounted speedometer, electric start,
twin-piston brake caliper, right hand exit exhausts and twin shocks
with adjustable pre-load to set a new class-leading standard.
For the past nine years, Kymco has been successfully marketing its
range of scooters to become the fourth largest scooter manufacturer in
Australia. And now the company has this year launched a tough and
reliable range of All Terrain Vehicles (ATV’s) tailored for Australian
conditions, along with a range of entry-level motorcycles.
Established in 1963, Kymco is one of the world’s largest manufacturers
of power driven products, and has long been a dominant player in the
Australian scooter market. The company manufactured over 570,000
vehicles last year, which means that every 55 seconds, someone
somewhere in the world was purchasing a Kymco vehicle. In fact, Kymco
has produced over 4.5 million scooters, ATVs and motorcycles in the
past decade alone, increasing volume by 36 per cent since 1999.
“All prices are exclusive of on road costs. Please contact your local dealer for ride away pricing”