2013 Kymco Vitality 50

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2013 Kymco Vitality 50
2013 Kymco Vitality 50



2013 Kymco Vitality 50 Review

2013 Kymco Vitality 50

The Vitality 50 is the perfect choice for urban commutes with its modern lightweight design, vibrant colours, and ample storage space. The Vitality sport tires give you a great road feel for confident riding while the low centre of gravity makes the scooter feel light and nimble. With a low seat height, a large step-through area, under-seat storage, and weighing only 91kg, the Vitality 50 is accessible to everyone.

 


 

2013 Kymco Vitality 50 Key Features

 

 

 

2013 Kymco Vitality 50 Features and Benefits

Adjustable rear shock, low center of gravity, analogue instrument cluster with clock, four modern colour choices, extremely lightweight, DOT approved headlight with high and low beam, spring loaded side stand, sturdy center stand, under seat storage, 2 passenger capability, rear cargo rack & centre hook.



 


 

2013 Kymco Vitality 50 – USA Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $NA USD

Model not available in the USA.

 


 

2013 Kymco Vitality 50 – Canadian Specifications/Technical Details
Canada MSRP Price: $1,995 CDN

Engine type Air cooled,
Single cylinder,
SOHC 4 stroke
Displacement 49.4 cc
Bore & stroke 39 x 41.4 mm
Compression
Ratio 11.0:1
Fuel delivery Carburetor
Transmission Automatic CVT
Front
Suspension Telescopic Forks
Rear
Suspension Mono Shock
Tires 120/70-12 Front;
130/70-12 Rear
Brakes
Front Single Drilled Disk /
Single Piston Caliper
Rear Drum
Seat height 780 mm
Wheel base 1296 mm
Fuel capacity 5 litres
Dry weight 90 kg

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

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