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2013 Kymco Quannon 125

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With its sporty stance, the aerodynamic fairing and the lively engine, the Kymco Quannon 125 is the perfect motorcycle for any beginner that wants to take the safe way and step into the world of port motorcycles.

The bike’s backbone is represented by a lightweight steel frame which hosts a 4 stroke, 4 valve, 125 cc, single cylinder engine which sends its power to the ground through a five speed transmission.

The engine is fed by a 13.5 liter fuel tank and puts out a maximum power of 13 ps at 9500 rpm and 9.8 Nm of torque at 8500 rpm.

The bike rides on relatively big 17 inch wheels that are combined with a non-adjustable 33mm telescopic fork and a rear monoshock.

The Kymco QUannon 125 is offered with a base price of $ 3590.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Kymco Quannon 125.

Overview

Kymco Quannon 125

Sports styling and vivid colors ensure the brand new of Quannon 125 that dominate the street with the awesome and aggressively styled. From the lightweight steel frame encasing the 5 speed air and oil cooled 4 stroke, 4 valve, to the seductive twin halogen headlights and five spoke alloys - the Quannon 125 leading the new city sports fashion.

Specifications

Kymco Quannon 125
Engine type4 stroke ohc
Bore x stroke (mm)φ56.5×49.5
Displacment (cc)124.1
Cylindersingle
Cooling systemoil cooling
Compression ratio11
Max.horsepower kw(r/min)13 / 9500ps/rpm ; 9.6 / 9500kw(r/min)
Max.torque n.m(r/min)1 / 8500kg.m/rpm ; 9.8 / 8500n.m(r/min)
Starting systemelectrical / kicker
Fuel tank capacity (l)13.5l
Transmission5 speed
Overall length (mm)2057
Overall width (mm)725
Overall height (mm)1174
Wheelbase (mm)1355
Ground clearance (mm)170
Saddle height (mm)800
Dry weight amount(kg)137
Frametube box
Type (fr/rr)tubeless / tubeless
Diameter (fr/rr)(110/80-17) / (140/70-17)
Type (fr/rr)disk / disk
Diameter fr/rr (mm)276 / 220
Type (fr/rr)telescope / single swing

Verdict

Kymco Quannon 125

The Quannon 125 wont’ beat any of its Japanese rivals in terms of power or built quality, but is certainly much cheaper than them.

As far as on road performances are concerned, its handling is pretty decent and the suspensions can handle all but the biggest bumps with composure.

Once it’s up to speed, the 125 cc unit gets along pretty well with city traffic and won’t disappoint you on the open road either.

Overall the Quannon is pretty well built and is packed with everything it needs to be considered a good bike for beginners.




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