22KYMCO Bikes‌ ‌to‌ ‌Choose‌ ‌||‌ Specifications,‌ ‌Features,‌ ‌And‌ ‌Summary

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Best‌ 22KYMCO Bikes‌ ‌to‌ ‌Choose
  1. KYMCO F9

KYMCO, a Taiwan-based electric two-wheeler manufacturer, recently debut the F9 e-scooter globally. The vehicle is officially stated to be a “cool urban electric motorcycle”, which is “designed for street sport riding”. The 9.4 kW electric motor may not be the sportiest of the bunch, but the design does indeed look worthy of the ‘sport’ tag. The EV indeed looks extremely sharp and sporty, and quite futuristic as well. The front end is sleek and features twin LED headlamps with integrated DRLs. Unlike a traditional scooter, there’s no floorboard here. That’s because hidden behind the side panels is the battery pack of this EV. Instead, the rider gets footpegs, like a motorcycle. In this regard, it feels more like a step-through moped than a scooter. The KYMCO F9 gets a single seat setup, without any under seat storage. The tail section looks extremely neat though and gets an LED brake light. The electric motor is housed in the single-sided swingarm, and the turn-indicators are mounted on the rear tire hugger. The e-Scooter also sports 14-inch alloy wheels on both ends, painted golden, which look brilliant.

KYMCO F9 Specifications

The electric motor on the KYMCO F9 delivers a maximum power of 9.4 kW and a peak torque of 30 Nm, which draws power from a 96V, 40 Ah battery pack. The scooter also gets a first-of-its-kind 2-speed automatic transmission, developed specifically for this electric two-wheeler. This allows the F9 to go from a standstill to 50 kmph in just 3.0 seconds and hit a top speed of 110 kmph.

KYMCO F9 Features

The EV offers a claimed range of 120 km as per NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) and can be charged completely in just two hours via a fast charger. The handling should, theoretically, be great as well. The front wheel is suspended on telescopic forks, while the rear gets a monoshock. Braking duties are handled by a disc at the front and a drum at the rear, and the F9 only weighs 107 kg.

KYMCO F9 Variants

The instrument cluster consists of a color TFT screen, but the complete equipment list is still under wraps. The pricing of the KYMCO F9 has also not been revealed yet. According to speculation, the F9 will first go on sale in the company’s home market, and later make its way to Europe. As for the Indian market, the F9’s launch seems unlikely at the moment, as KYMCO’s plans for our country have been put on hold at the moment.

KYMCO F9 Summary

Motor TypeBrushless DC Motor
Motor Max Power9.4 KW
Motor Max Torque30 Nm
Battery TypeLithium-ion
Battery CapacityFixed Baterry: 96v/40h
Battery Weight17
Curb Weight107
LENGTH X WIDTH X HEIGHT (MM)1831 x 714 x 1085
Wheel MaterialAluminum Alloy
Front SuspensionTelescope
Rear SuspensionUnit Swingarm
Front Brake SystemDisk
Rear Brake SystemDisk
  1. KYMCO DT X360

Kymco introduced a bunch of new models and concepts yesterday at the 2020 Kymco “Time to Excite” presentation, and the one that we’ve been waiting for is the 2021 Kymco DT X360 adventure scooter, a model that offers similar riding prowess as the mighty Honda X-ADV, but at the fraction of the cost.

Well, almost. The ‘Adventure Crossover’ model is more like a maxi-scooter that works brilliant on city streets and if or when the time calls for it, future owners can do some light off-roading on unpaved terrains. Not ‘balls to the wall’ sprinting through forests or mud pits.

KYMCO DT X360 Specifications

Nevertheless, the 2021 Kymco DT X360 is quite a rugged-looking maxi-scooter, which makes people wonder if it’s just a scooter with adventure styling thrown into its overall design. Unlike the X-ADV, the DT X360 comes with a more modest 320cc single-cylinder SOHC engine that churns out 29hp at 7,250rpm and close to 30Nm torque at 5,750rpm.

KYMCO DT X360 Features

Other adventure-like specs include a slightly bigger front wheel at 14-inches (13-inch rear) where both ends are wrapped in semi-knobby tires. An 800mm seat height (with comfy cushion), 12.5-litre fuel tank, and wide handlebars round up the ‘adventure crossover’ appeal for the DT X360.

KYMCO DT X360 Variants

Weighing in at 193kg, you’ll also find other modern features likes traction control, keyless ignition, LCD color meter display, full LED lighting system, and a few more here and there. You’ll also get a huge under seat storage space like other maxi-scooter where you can fit two helmets and some other essentials for that light off-road escapade.

KYMCO DT X360 Summary

Engine TypeOHC, 4 Stroke, 4V, Single Cylinder
Motor Max Power21.2 kW / 7250 rpm
Motor Max Torque30 Nm / 5750 rpm
Cooling SystemLiquid Cooling
Fuel SystemFuel Injection
Actual Displacement320.6 cc
Curb Weight194
LENGTH X WIDTH X HEIGHT (MM)2165 x 780 x 1290
Wheel MaterialAluminum Alloy
Front SuspensionTelescope
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Brake SystemDisk
Rear Brake SystemDisk

The KRV has some very motorcycle-like features, such as disk brakes front and rear, and a swingarm that is independent of the engine for reduced unsprung weight, similar to Kymco’s flagship AK550. That detached engine also provides a generous amount of cargo room under the seat, enough to swallow a full-face helmet. The KRV also has ABS, traction control, LED lighting, and keyless ignition.

KYMCO KRV Specifications

The powerplant in the KRV is a 175 cc engine, producing 16 horsepower at 7,500 RPM, and 11.5 pound-feet of torque at 6,000 RPM. It powers the rear wheel through a quiet, low-maintenance belt drive. It holds just under two gallons of fuel and weighs in at 294 pounds. The F9 electric scooter is a bit lighter but only has room for one occupant. The KRV is the lightest of Kymco’s new offerings to supply seating for two.

KYMCO KRV Features

Kymco is starting to blur the line between scooters and motorcycles, which is a good thing. Why not take advantage of a motorcycle-like swingarm for better performance in what’s supposed to be a sports scooter? Its 175 cc engine isn’t about to set a new Nürburgring lap record, but that’s not the KRV’s purpose in life. Its purpose is to be a fun scooter with above-average handling and performance. From the looks of it, it should have no problem providing exactly that.

KYMCO KRV Variants

Like most modern scooters today, the KRV’s styling cues possess aggressive lines. Its lights are powered by LED technology instead of conventional bulbs. These help to give it a distinct look on the road. This technology is usually reserved for bigger and more expensive expressways-legal motorcycles. If KYMCO opts to bring the KRV here, it could be one of the few pioneers for the technology in the sub -200cc segment.


Engine TypeOHC, 4 Stroke, 4V, Single Cylinder
Motor Max Power12.3 kW / 7500 rpm
Motor Max Torque15.68 Nm / 6000 rpm
Cooling SystemLiquid Cooling
Fuel SystemFuel Injection
Actual Displacement175.1 cc
Curb Weight133.5
LENGTH X WIDTH X HEIGHT (MM)1960 x 755 x 1115
Wheel MaterialAluminum Alloy
Front SuspensionTelescope
Rear SuspensionUnit Swingarm
Front Brake SystemDisk
Rear Brake SystemDisk

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