The company was founded in 1963 and has since become one of the leading global brands in the industry. Kymco offers various products, including scooters, motorcycles, ATVs (All-Terrain Vehicles), and electric vehicles.
Kymco has established a strong presence in the European market, where it is known for its reliable and stylish scooters. The company has a vast network of dealerships and service centres across Europe, catering to the needs of scooter enthusiasts and riders.
Kymco’s products are well-regarded for their quality, performance, and affordability, making them popular for urban commuting and leisure riding.
The Kymco KRV200 is a new scooter model unveiled by Kymco, one of the largest manufacturers of two-wheelers in the world. While Kymco primarily has a strong presence in the European market, the company aims to gain more traction in the small scooter segment with the KRV200.
The scooter features a relatively accessible seat height of 800mm and boasts an aggressive design. The front of the scooter stands out with full-LED split-style lamps, enhancing its overall appearance. The rear section of the bodywork incorporates cuts and creases, giving the scooter a strong appeal. The upward-swept exhaust also adds to the impression of speed even when the scooter is stationary.
Powering the Kymco KRV200 is a 175cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-valve engine. This engine produces 17bhp of power and 15.6Nm of torque. The scooter has a claimed top speed of 107kmph and a fuel efficiency of 33kmpl.
In terms of hardware, the KRV200 is equipped with disc brakes on both ends, accompanied by ABS, for enhanced safety. It features telescopic forks at the front and a single shock at the rear, providing adequate damping.
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The Kymco KRV200 offers several noteworthy features. It includes a traction control system, an LCD instrument cluster, keyless ignition, and a USB charging socket.
The Kymco KRV200 is unlikely to be launched in India. However, for those interested in purchasing a maxi-scooter in India, alternative options available in the market include the Aprilia SXR160, Suzuki Burgman Street, and Yamaha Aerox 155.