2013 Kymco Like 50LX

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The 2013 Kymco Like 50 is now available in a special edition named the LX. The new 2013 Kymco Like 50LX can be easily recognized thanks to its striking two-tone color scheme and chrome trim package sets.

Needles to say that apart from looking cool, the Kymco Like 50LX is also very practical featuring a spacious top box and a big underseat storage place. You also get a low and comfy seat, an ergonomically designed handlebar and spacious foot rests.

The scooter is powered by a small 2-stroke engine with a displacement of 49cc. The engine is fed by a 1.8 gallons fuel tank and is mated on a automatic CVT transmission.

The scooter’s wheels are kept in check by front telescopic forks paired with a rear monoshock.

The 2013 Kymco Like 50LX is offered with a starting price of $2,299.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Kymco Like 50LX.

Overview

Kymco Like 50LX

The all NewLimited Edition Like 50 LX - Striking two-tone color scheme and chrome trim package sets this scooter from all the rest - a true collectors item. The perfect combination of classic vintage styling and KYMCO modern technology and reliability.

With a large color matched top box and plenty of underseat storage for groceries and packages, you’ll be able to get your errands done and have fun at the same time! If you want to look your best, then you need to roll up on a KYMCO Like.

Specifications

Kymco Like 50LX
Engine Type2-stroke
Displacement49cc
Bore/Stroke39x41.4mm
Cooling SystemForced Air
IgnitionElectric/Kick
GearboxAutomatic CVT
ChassisSteel
Front SuspensionTelescopic forks
Rear SuspensionMono Shock
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
Front Wheel/Tire120/70-12
Rear Wheel/Tire130/70-12
Seat Height30.7"
Wheelbase51.9"
Fuel Capacity/MPG1.8 gals./ Estimated N/A
Weight220 lbs.
Available ColorsWhite and Blue
Featuresspeedometer, odometer & fuel gauge, front disc brakes, and a 2 Year Factory Warranty.
Price$2,299
Kymco Like 50LX
Kymco Like 50LX
Kymco Like 50LX
Kymco Like 50LX
Kymco Like 50LX
Kymco Like 50LX

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