2013 Kymco New Sento 110i

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2013 Kymco New Sento 110i
2013 Kymco New Sento 110i



2013 Kymco New Sento 110i Review

2013 Kymco New Sento 110i

The New Sento 110i combines the same old school styling with new school technology as its 50cc counterpart, but with noticeable added power. The same small frame, easy to ride scooter is retro inspired and environmentally friendly, but offers an unexpected 9.8 horsepower from this 111.7cc four stroke engine with fuel injection. LED lighting, multiple storage compartments, a long textured seat to accommodate both rider and passenger, and the smooth CVT transmission create a stylish and comfortable ride.

 

 

2013 Kymco New Sento 110i Key Features


 

 

2013 Kymco New Sento 110i Features and Benefits

Fuel injection, LED turn signals, central LED lights for added visibility, aluminum rim with two piston front disk brake, improved under seat storage, folding passenger footrests, improved dash perfect for beginners, flat floor, larger fuel tank, improved horsepower, fuel cap & open storage compartment under front handlebar, textured seat.



 


 

2013 Kymco New Sento 110i – USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $NA USD

Model not available.

 


 

2013 Kymco New Sento 110i – Canadian Specifications/Technical Details
Canada MSRP Price: $2,995 CDN

Engine type Air-Cooled,
Single Cylinder,
4 Stroke
Displacement 111.7 cc
Bore & Stroke 50 x 51.8 mm
Compression
Ratio 10.1:1
Valve Train S.O.H.C., Chain Drive
Fuel Delivery EFI
Transmission Automatic CVT
Front
Suspension Telescopic Forks
Rear
Suspension Hydraulic Shocks
Tires 90/90-10 Front;
90/90-10 Rear
Brakes
Front Single Drilled Disk /
Double Piston Calliper
Rear Drum
Seat Height 740 mm
Wheel Base 1195 mm
Fuel Capacity 5.5 litres
Dry Weight 91 kg

Specifications, features and prices to change by manufacturer without notice. All information correct as of posted date.

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