2006 KYMCO People 250

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2006 KYMCO People 250
2006 KYMCO People 250

2006 KYMCO People 250
2006 KYMCO People 250

2006 KYMCO People 250
2006 KYMCO People 250

2006 KYMCO People 250
2006 KYMCO People 250

 

– 2006 KYMCO People 250

2006 Kymco People 250 Introduction:

The People is Popular! Whether you’re commuting to work or running errands around town, the People 250 offers plenty of comfort and power to spare – delivered through KYMCO’s stepless CVT transmission. Dual rear shocks and telescopic front forks provide positive cornering and a smooth ride over obstacles from potholes to speed bumps. Dual mirrors and a large padded seat add to rider comfort, and a built-in rear luggage rack provides a place for gear. A full front fender and detailed grill under the handlebars make the People 250 look like the substantial ride that it is.

249cc, 4-Stroke Water-Cooled SOHC Engine
CVT Transmission
16-inch Wheels
Analog Speedometer, Odometer, Fuel Gauge.
Large Padded Seat
Rear Luggage Rack
Full Front Fender And Detailed Grill
Underseat Single Helmet Storage
Cell Phone Accessory Plug
Two Year Limited Factory Warranty
C.A.R.B. Certified

 

Specifications:

KYMCO People 250
Engine Type 4-stroke water-cooled SOHC
Displacement 249cc
Bore/Stroke 72.7x60mm
Cooling System Liquid
Ignition Electric
Gearbox Automatic CVT
Chassis Steel
Front Suspension Telescopic forks
Rear Suspension Dual shocks
Front Brake Single Disc
Rear Brake Single Disc
Front Wheel/Tire 110/70-16
Rear Wheel/Tire 140/70-16
Seat Height 30.9 in.
Wheelbase 59.6 in.
Fuel Capacity/MPG 2.1 gals./ Estimated 70
Weight 367 lbs.
Available Colors Wine or Grey
MSRP $3,999

Features an analog speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge and digital clock. Under seat single helmet storage, cell phone accessory plug and a 2 Year Factory Warranty. C.A.R.B. Certified


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