2010 Kymco Grandvista 250

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2010 Kymco Grandvista 250
2010 Kymco Grandvista 250

2010 Kymco Grandvista 250
2010 Kymco Grandvista 250



– 2010 Kymco Grandvista 250

2010 Kymco Grandvista 250

The Grandvista is KYMCO’s grand vision of how well appointed a touring scooter should be. The 249cc, SOHC liquid-cooled engine has plenty of power, which is delivered smoothly through the CVT transmission’s stepless acceleration. With an integrated fairing, large aerodynamic windscreen, well-padded seat with backrest, and full instrumentation the Grandvista provides a complete road-ready touring package.

The Grandvista 250 Go ahead and take to the open road – the 249cc liquid-cooled four-stroke engine will get you up to freeway speeds in just a few beats of your heart. Seriously, the Grandvista is not just for around-town errands. The Grandvista is unique in its styling and unmistakable features, such as the electronic folding mirrors for getting in and out of tight spaces and extra large lockable underseat storage compartment that includes a cell phone holder and 12V accessory plug for charging on the go.

The Grandvista is a new breed of scooter built for a new generation of riders just like you.

 

 

Features and Benefits

249cc, 4-Stroke Water-Cooled SOHC Engine

12″ Wide Profile Tires

Adjustable Rear Shocks

Telescopic Front Forks

Rear Luggage Rack

Digital Dash Underseat

Dual Helmet Storage

Folding Electric Mirrors

Cell Phone Holder With 12v DC Adapter

Two Year Limited Factory Warranty

C.A.R.B. Certified

Powerful 4-stroke engine

The Grandvista 250 is ready for daily commuting or weekend touring
Conveniet standard rear luggage rack

Hydraulic disc brakes front and rear that give the rider outstanding stopping power

Large, aerodynamic windshield helps deflect the wind around the rider

KYMCO’s automatic CVT transmission

Grandvista 250 features a single cylinder, liquid cooled, single overhead cam, 4-stroke engine that produces plenty of power over a wide rpm range and generates strong low-end torque

Priced at $4,499

Fold-away mirrors are electrically folded closed for tighter storage or trailering

Electric starter allows the rider to fire up the machine with just the touch of a button


 

 

 

 

2010 Kymco Grandvista 250 – USA Specifications
MSRP: $4,499 USD

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 Adjustable hydraulic shocks
Front Brake Single disc with dual piston calipers
Rear Brake Single disc with dual piston calipers
Front Wheel/Tire 120/70-12
Rear Wheel/Tire 140/70-12
Seat Height 30.3 in.
Wheelbase 56.4 in.
Fuel Capacity/MPG 2.4 gals./ Estimated 70
Weight 359 lbs.
Available Colors White or Red
MSRP $4,499
Features a Digital speedometer, odometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, temp gauge and clock. Under seat dual helmet storage. Dual folding electric mirrors. Helmet hook. Integrated windshield. Cell phone holder with 12V DC adapter and a 2 Year Factory Warranty. C.A.R.B. Certified

 

 

 

2010 Kymco Grandvista 250 – Canada Specifications
MSRP: $NA CDN

Model not available in Canada

 



*Note: MSRP does not reflect destination or other dealer vehicle preparation charges.

Warning: KYMCO vehicles meet all applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety and EPA standards. Always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing. Avoid excessive speed. Never engage in stunt riding. Never ride under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Take a riding skills course.

Total Motorcycle and KYMCO make every effort to present the most current specifications and model features. Changes in equipment, colors, availability and specifications may change without notice or obligation. Some models are shown with optional equipment. MSRP does not reflect destination or other dealer vehicle preparation charges.

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