Kymco X-Town CT 125: 350 kilometers without refueling | Motorcycles

Kymco X-Town CT 125: 350 kilometers without refueling | Motorcycles

The Kymco X-Town CT 125 is the new member of the wide range of low-displacement scooters of the Taiwanese brand, and wants to make its way thanks to a proposal that combines the virtues of the small wheel and high wheel models.

From the former, Kymco has taken the concept of maxi scooter, with a large motorcycle format, which protects the rider well. Of the seconds, comes the flat ground, which offers a comfortable riding position, makes it easier to get on the bike and also provides more cargo space on the hook behind the front shield.

In this one, the double headlight sharp shape that features Full LED technology, the adjustable display, the instrument panel with two analogue clocks and a TFT screen, and the fact of having USB sockets to charge mobile devices.

Weight 179 kg and the seat, at two heights, is located at 765 millimeters from the ground, making it easy for riders of any size to get on, and underneath it is a storage gap that fits an open-type helmet.

Its wheels are made of 13 inches, The front fork has 37 mm stanchions and 110 mm of travel, dual rear hydraulic shock absorber adjustable in preload in five positions and with 100 mm of travel, and system of braking is combined CBS with 260-millimeter front disc and 240-millimeter rear.

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Kymco X-Town CT 125

Its engine is a 125cc single cylinder four-stroke that delivers 12.7 hp and 11 Nm, updated to comply with regulations Euro5 and that homologates a consumption of 3 liters per 100 kilometers, which added to its 10.5-liter tank gives it a theoretical autonomy of 350 kilometers.

Kymco has announced that for the next few weeks will reveal its price and that its market launch will take place early next year.

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