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Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

Last post 05-20-2016 11:20 PM by pyrah. 45 replies.
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  • 05-10-2016 12:37 PM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    Benelli Caffenero think chinese built but if it's still $3990 otr may be a substitute for the Kymco

    Bike Specifications

    • ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION 
    • Engine type Liquid cooled 4-stroke 2-valve single cylinder
    • Capacity 151 cc
    • Bore x Stroke 57.6mm x 57.8 mm
    • Power 9.6 kW (13 hp) @ 7500 rpm
    • Torque 13.3 Nm @ 6000 rpm
    • Compression ratio -
    • Clutch Automatic centrifugal dry clutch
    • Gear Box -
    • Fuel Injection -
    • Ignition system CDI
    • CHASSIS 
    • Frame Split single cradle frame in high tensile strength steel tube
    • Front Suspension Benelli ø 33 mm forks with 70 mm stroke
    • Front Suspension adj. no
    • Rear Suspension Benelli shock 120 mm stroke
    • Rear Suspension adj. Floating engine with double hydraulic rear dumper
    • Front Brake Single ø 240 mm disc with twin piston caliper
    • Rear Brake Single ø 240 mm disc with twin piston caliper
    • Front Tyre 100/80 - 16
    • Rear Tyre -
    • Front Rim aluminium-alloy
    • Rear Rim aluminium-alloy
    • Overall Dimensions 2070 mm x 715 mm (excl. mirrors) x 1260 mm
    • Seat Height 800 mm
    • Wheelbase 1360 mm
    • Wet Weight (all fluids except fuel) 130 kg
    • Fuel Tank 7.4 L
    • Available Colours Black, White and Cream
    • Warranty *12 month warranty
    Si ‘Thi’ later
  • 05-10-2016 12:48 PM In reply to

    • emil_io
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    • Melbourne, Victoria
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    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    Looks okay and the specs are decent. But after having done 24,000 hard kms on a Kymco Like 125 without a single mechanical fault, I'm keen on sticking with the brand. I've no doubt my old scoot would still be chugging along were it not for that fateful battle I had and lost against the number 5 tram on wattletree rd...

     

    Also Benelli only 12 month warranty...hmm....

    Kymco Like 125

    Vespa PX 200
  • 05-10-2016 09:06 PM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    Racecourse Motors have the Agility 16 pasted on their web page, even the ride away price. If you consider the specs as displayed plus the three year warranty, the price is very compedative. 122kg is also appealing with this capacity.

     

  • 05-10-2016 09:32 PM In reply to

    • emil_io
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    • Joined on 03-16-2011
    • Melbourne, Victoria
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    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    Hmm, I wonder why the dealer in Vic quotes $4290 on road and Racecourse quotes $3990? Is rego $300 cheaper in NSW!?

    Kymco Like 125

    Vespa PX 200
  • 05-10-2016 09:41 PM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    That's More like it Big Smile

    $ 3,990 Ride Away

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  • 05-14-2016 05:14 AM In reply to

    • emil_io
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    • Joined on 03-16-2011
    • Melbourne, Victoria
    • Posts 323

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    O.k...so forget all of that...

    Yesterday I came across an add for a 2003 Yamaha Majesty YP250. 11,000km on the clock, top condition, service history. The bike was for sale at a Yamaha dealership out in Gippsland. 2.5k ride away with a fresh service, 12 months rego and delivery to Melbourne included.

    Now the YP250 is not a scooter I'd ever notice before. But the add caught my attention. So, having only to work a half day on friday, shortly after lunch I did the long, but beautiful drive out to gippsland. 

    I was impressed. It was in excellent condition. But it was the drive that sold me. I know it's a bit long in the tooth now, but it really did drive great. Smooth, comfortable, effortless, and powerful!

    I was sold. Handed over the cash. The dealer was great. Will be delivered to my door on Sunday! Can't wait!

    For 2.5k ride away with 12 months rego, service, and delivery to my door, I'm pretty pleased! Plus that full 250cc really goes well. Can't wait to stretch her legs!

    What do you guys think? I know it's an old model, but does anyone have any experience with this model? I hope I've made a good choice!?

    Here's a pic I quickly snapped. I'll take some better ones when it's delivered.

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    Vespa PX 200
  • 05-14-2016 08:45 AM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    Remember the controversial niks he had one and would swear by it . Look after it and should run for many more years . How old are the tyres if original maybe change them as could be getting hard

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  • 05-14-2016 09:32 AM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    It is old, but it sounds like U got a good scoot. i'd do what Pyrah said + i'd be watching the battery too....it might be fading.

     

    If U get an idle moment, I'd take off the Tupperware and  look at stuff that could happen to a scoot that old like.....

    -Is there any rust starting to appear somewhere under the Tupperware?

    -have any cables started to droop and are now resting aywhere they shouldn't ?

    Just a thought.....

    Aprilia 200ie
  • 05-14-2016 09:37 AM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    Wink

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  • 05-14-2016 10:41 AM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    There a good Old Bike a mate of mine has one they have plenty of power and can sit on 100ks no problems. 

    They also have alot of space under the seat about 60 liters,  you have done very well. 

    Now go forth and ride 

  • 05-14-2016 05:43 PM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    Yep, I can put my hand up for the YP 250. In 1999 I purchased new a silver-grey Yammy YP 250. If memory serves me it was $6200, which in adjusted terms was expensive at the time. And this was after bargaining as the dealer had two identical units on the floor in December. So you would think at that price you should be buying quality. Probably built in Japan.

    I loved mine. Comfortable, performed very well for a 250. It was however, only the second scooter I had owned after a Honda Spacey 250, which I ran at the same time. The Yammy was used to run between Newcastle and Wollongong on the back roads, through the National Park etc. Plenty good enough for this. It pulled well for this capacity (I was conditioned to 1000cc and above motorbikes), and was very enjoyable to ride. No need for a top box, with cavenous under-seat storage provided. The Spacy was used for knock-about local duties until I felt the suspension would eventually buck me. Great motor in the Spacey also, originally designed for a snow mobile.

    You still see the odd example YP shunting around, but less so the Spacy. You should enjoy this ride. Don't run a risk with the tyres if they are old.

     

  • 05-14-2016 07:34 PM In reply to

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    Go the spacey I still have mine. Probably always will, its in my lounge room. 

  • 05-14-2016 08:58 PM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    jpfvita:

    Go the spacey I still have mine. Probably always will, its in my lounge room. 

    LOL i had one of these in the lounge till the grandkids were big enough to use it and was relocated to there house Smile

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  • 05-14-2016 09:34 PM In reply to

    Re: Kymco Agility 16+ 200i

    Seems so long ago that I had forgotten how to spell Spacy. A 1988 CH250 it was. What a great engine. This tough little critter got me hooked on scooters.

     

  • 05-15-2016 06:35 PM In reply to

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    Lol great toy pyrah  is it wood. ? I probably would have kept that to. 

    And the spacy still starts straight away no fuss no hassles aslong as the petrol is ok she will fire up. 

    Mines a 87 model when my other bikes are to heavy for me and that day is comeing, the spacy will hit the Road again. Big Smile

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