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2013 Kymco Zing II 125

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With its massive headlight, the fat rear fender and laid back handlebars, the Kymco Zing has a pretty imposing stance.

This compact, yet aggressive cruiser was built with comfort and efficiency in mind therefore, once on board you are met by a spacious saddle, ergonomically designed handlebars and roomy foot pegs.

At the heart of the Kymco Zing II sits a 4 stroke, ohc, air cooled, 124.1 cc, single cylinder engine. The unit cranks out a maximum power of 8.6 kw at 9500 rpm and 9.3 Nm of torque at 7750 rpm. The engine is wrapped around a double cradle frame and is fed by a pretty large fuel tank with a capacity of 14 liters.

As far as stopping power is concerned, the Kymco Zing II 125 comes with front disk brakes and rear drums.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Kymco Zing II 125.

Overview

Kymco Zing II 125

Laid back and super cool, the Zing II has all the style of a serious cruiser but is realistically priced. A practical, trustworthy and cost efficient mode of transport at a great price for learners and ´born-again´ commuters, this baby cruiser is comfortable to ride for longer distances and economic to run around town.

Specifications

Kymco Zing II 125
Engine type4 stroke ohc
Bore x stroke (mm)φ56.5 x 49.5
Displacment (cc)124.1
Cylindersingle
Cooling systemair cooled
Compression ratio9.2
Max.horsepower kw(r/min)8.6 / 9500
Max.torque n.m(r/min)9.3 / 7750
Starting systemelectric+kick
Fuel tank capacity (l)14
Overall length (mm)2195
Overall width (mm)820
Overall height (mm)1170
Wheelbase (mm)1460
Ground clearance (mm)140
Saddle height (mm)680
Dry weight amount(kg)152
Framedouble cradle
Type (fr/rr)tubeless/tubeless
Diameter (fr/rr)3.0-18-4pr/130/90-15-4pr
Type (fr/rr)disk/drum
Diameter fr/rr (mm) 276/140
Type (fr/rr)telescope / double swing

Verdict

Kymco Zing II 125

When it comes to built quality the Kymco Zing II 125 is certainly at the low end of the food chain, as it comes with many cheap plastics and the fit and finish is not exactly first class. What makes everything even worse is that the spare parts are very hard to find.

On the plus side of things, the motorcycle is very comfortable and the riding position is fairly relaxed being perfectly suited for long journeys.

You won’t have any complains about the engine’s power and efficiency either, as for a 125 cc unit it does its job surprisingly well.

Overall the Kymco Zing II 125 is not a bad bike and given it relatively low price tag it could appeal to those who want to start their journey into the cruisers world with a cheap, practical and efficient model.



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