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2012 Kymco People GT 300i First Ride Photo Gallery

MotoUSA's Associate Editor Justin Dawes takes a spin on the all new 2012 Kymco People GT 300i. Read the full story in our 2012 Kymco People GT 300i First Ride article.

The 3-piston caliper and front disk worked well on the first People GT 300i we tested, but the next machine brakes were spongy. A brake bleed should be on the assembly check list for the People GT.
The 300cc SOHC single-cylinder engine of the Kymco People GT 300i offers plenty of power and has great throttle response.
Rear-end of the Kymco People GT 300i contains some stylish LED turn signals that are very bright.
The 16-inch wheels coupled with a supple suspension handled cobble stone streets and uneven pavement with ease.
Scooters are perfectly suited for urban street work, and the Kymco People GT 300i handled the mean streets of Charleston, South Carolina in style.
Scooters such as the Kymco People GT 300i are perfect for exploring smaller backstreets and alleys.
The Kymco People GT 300i is rock solid at any speed.
The upright seating position and flat floorboard area makes the Kymco People GT 300i a comfortable ride.
While the Kymco People GT 300i is a great scooter in the city, it also is comfortable on the freeway thanks to its large wheels and powerful engine.
When dipped into a corner the Kymco People GT 300i handles as well as many smaller motorcycles.
Cornering on the Kymco People GT 300i is a good time with light handling and a powerful kick from the fuel injected engine.
To compensate for the the smallish under seat storage, the People GT is outfitted with a color-matched top case.