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Motorcycle Reviews

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The Kymco G-Dink 502T was especially designed to help you deal effortless with city traffic. It features a bold style with a wing shaped headlight, LED position lights, an aerodynamic fairing and an elegant LED taillight.

The scooter is propelled by a 49.5 cc, 2 stroke, single cylinder, air cooled engine which generates a maximum power of 3.7 kw at 7000 rpm and 5.2 Nm of torque at 6500 rpm. The engine is fueled by a 9 liter fuel tank and is mated to a CVT transmission.

The scooter sits on small1 2 inch wheels which are wrapped in 120/70-12 front ant 130/70-12 rear tubeless tires.

The Kymco G-Dink 502T features a dual seat that comes with a comfy back rest for the passenger. You also get foldable passenger footrests, an engine stop switch, a front inner box, a fuel cap with key lock and a speedometer.

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If you want a good looking, efficient and affordable 200 cc scooter, then you should take a spin with the Kymco Downtown 200i as it could be just what you’ve been looking for.

In terms of style, the Kymco Downtown 200i features an aerodynamic design with aggressive body lines and a futuristic dual headlight which is paired with a large taillight. Thanks to its low seat height, the ergonomically designed handlebar and roomy footrests you also get a pretty relaxed riding position which is perfect for a daily commuter.

The scooter is propelled by an efficient, 205.3cc, 4 stroke OHC, single cylinder, liquid cooled engine which generates a maximum power of 15 kw at 8000 rpm and 18.9 Nm of torque at 7000 rpm.

Other features include a 12.5 liter fuel tank, a 5 module adjustable rear dual suspension system, a front glove box with 12-volt battery charger and key lock auto-open function, and a tire pressure sensor system.

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The Kymco Mongoose 70 is the smaller displacement version of the Mongoose 90 model and is aimed at the riders 6 years of age. At the heart of this compact ATV sits a small 69 cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC engine which generates a maximum output of 5.3 hp. The unit’s power is transferred to the wheels by means of a CVT transmission.

The ride quality is kept under control by a single A-arm up front and a swingarm rear suspension with preload adjustable shocks. As far as wheels are concerned, the ATV is equipped with 7 inch rims wrapped in big 16x8-7 tires.

Other features include front drum and rear disc brakes with safety lock, electric start and an auto-stop safety lanyard.

The Kymco Mongoose 70 is available in Red or Blue and comes with a base price of $2,199.

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Compact, agile and fun, the Kymco Mongoose 90 was especially designed for young riders (10 -16 years) and comes with a long list of features that make it perfectly suited for beginners.

The ATV is built around an 89 cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC engine which generates a maximum output of 6.3 hp. The engine is fueled by a 1.4 gallons fuel tank and its power is transferred to the ground via a CVT transmission.

Other features offered by the Kymco Mongoose 90 include electric start with kick start backup, headlights and taillights, and a generous 7.25” ground clearance. The stopping power is handled by front drums and rear disc brakes.

As far as tires are concerned, the ATV comes with 18 X7-8 front and 18 X 9-8 rear Maxxis tires.

The Kymco Mongoose 90 is offered with one-year limited factory warranty and is priced at $2,499.

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If you want to mix high speeds with off road riding then you should try the Kymco Maxxxer 450i. The ATV is powered by a lively 442.9cc, 4­stroke, EFI, liquid cooled, SOHC engine which is mated to a smooth shifting CVT transmission. The unit generates a maximum output of 33 hp and needs to deal with a weight of 608 Lb.

For enhanced versatility, the Kymco Maxxer 450i gives you the possibility to switch between 2WD and 4WD modes and is also fitted with a pretty generous 3.96 Gal. fuel tank.

When you have to deal with tough terrains you need a set of similarly tough suspensions and tires; therefore the Kymco Maxxer 450i is equipped with front and rear Independent dual A­arm suspensions and rugged 23x8-12 front and 23x10-12 rear tires which are mounted on light aluminum alloy wheels.

As far as prices are concerned, the Kymco Maxxer 450i can be yours for no less than $6,899.

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Weighting only 349 lbs, the Kymco MXU 150 is a compact ATV propelled by a 149 cc, carbureted, 4 stroke engine which sends its power to the ground by means of an automatic CVT transmission.

The Kymco MXU 150 features a tough construction and comes with a high 6 inch ground clearance and a set of grippy tires which can deal great even with the toughest terrains. The ATV’s off road performances are further enhanced by a long travel A-arm front and rear swing arm suspension and preload adjustable shocks. The stopping power is provided by a capable breaking system which includes drums at the front and single discs at the rear.

The Kymco MXU 150 is available in Green, Red and Blue, comes with one-year limited factory warranty and has a base price of $3,099.

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The Kymco Downtown 125i shares the same design with the Downtown 300, but it is powered by a smaller displacement unit namely a 124.8cc, 4 stroke OHC, liquid cooled unit which puts out a maximum power of 14.7 Ps at 9000 rpm (ps/rpm) and 11.6 Nm of torque at 7000 rpm.

As far as practicality is concerned, the Kymco Downtown 125i is equipped with a generous under-seat storage place which can swallow two full face helmets and a front glove box which includes a 12-volt battery charger.

The scooter rides on 14 inch front and 13 inch rear rims which are wrapped in 120/80-14 and 150/70-13 tubeless tires.

Other features include 5 module adjustable rear dual suspension system, an aggressive twin headlight, a 12.5 liter fuel tank, a large tail light and a tire pressure sensor system. Moreover there is also available an optional ABS system.

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The Benelli BN 600R is the sporty version of the base BN 600 model. The R model is powered by the same engine as its brother, namely a 600cc, 4 cylinders in line, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, 4 valves per cylinder DOHC engine which generates 60 kw (82 hp) at 11500 rpm and 52 Nm (5.3 kgm) of torque 10500 rpm, and is paired to a six speed transmission.

However, the Benelli BN600R comes with upgraded suspensions including Marzocchi front forks and adjustable Sachs rear shock absorbers.

Like the base BN 600 model, the BN 600 R features a frame created of steel trestle up front and aluminum in the rear.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by Brembo front 320 mm twin floating discs squeezed by radial calipers, and a rear single 240 mm disc paired with a double piston caliper.

You also get Metzeler Sportec M5 tyres, alloy tapered handlebars, fully braided steel brake lines and twin under-seat exhaust pipes.

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The Benelli BN600I is a versatile naked that promises to deliver first class performances every time you start its engine. Talking about the engine, the Benelli 600i is equipped with a 600cc, 4 cylinders in line, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, DOHC unit with 4 valves per cylinder. The engine is mated to a six speed gearbox with wet clutch and delivers a maximum power of 60 KW (82 Hp) at 11500 rpm and 52 Nm (5.3 Kgm) of torque at 10500 rpm.

The engine is housed by Benelli’s signature steel trestle frame which is paired with an aluminium rear frame that mounts the rear suspension. As far as suspensions are concerned, the Benelli BN600I features 50mm upside down front forks and a rear adjustable mono shock which work toghter to help you get superior ride and handling performances.

The sporty mix is completed by a potent braking system which includes 320mm floating front discs grabbed by radial calipers and a rear dual piston caliper paired with a 260mm disc.

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Meet the new 2014 TNTR 1130 which received a series of upgrades that help it deliver better performances.

The Benelli TNTR 1130 weighs 202 Kg and is propelled by an 1131 cc, triple cylinder, liquid cooled engine which generates 116kw (157.8cv) at 10,200 rpm and 120Nm (12.2 kg.m) of torque at 8,400 rpm. This power is kept under control by a six speed transmission with a slipper dry clutch.

The engine is backed up by a sporty chassis and a set of capable suspension system which includes 50 mm fully adjustable Marzocchi forks and a Sachs fully adjustable shock absorber which is mounted on a tubular trestle swingarm. You also get front and rear Brembo brakes which deliver a precise stopping power.

Other features offered by the Benelli TNTR 1130 include a 16 liter fuel tank, 17 inch alloy wheels and a tubular trestle front frame section.

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