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2013 Kymco Agility 125 Comparison Review Photo Gallery

MotoUSA put the Kymco Agility 125 to the test against scooters near the same price point. See photos in the 2013 Kymco Agility 125 Comparison Review photo gallery. Read the full review in the 2013 $2000 Scooter Comparison.

Though the Kymco Agility 125's styling and components weren't quite up to the standard of the other brands, its performance was without question the best of the bunch.
The Kymco Agility 125 is your basic CVT-equipped, 125cc, air-cooled, four-stroke Single.
The Kymco Agility 125 is a full-size scooter that full-size people won't look silly riding.
The Kymco Agility 125 is so much faster than its 50cc stablemates that it's as if it's a totally different class of vehicle.
The Agility 125 accelerates nicely, with minimal vibration and no fueling hiccups, and keeps pulling strong (on a long downhill slope) until the rev limiter cuts in around 60 mph.
Handling and braking performance are quite acceptable on the Kymco Agility 125.
Waheed reported that "the power delivery is a bit more punchy than the others but it is still smooth...if you have any skill whatsoever this is the scooter to get."
The inexpensive suspension components and tires may be accountable for the uncertain feel on the Agility 125.
The Kymco Agility 125 weighs in at 232.5 pounds with its 1.3-gallon tank empty.
Kymco Agility 125 instrumentation.
Kymco Agility 125 is estimated to get 75 mpg.
Suspension components could be better and probably contributed to a bumpy ride at higher speeds.
Under seat storage space on the Kymco Agility 125.
Braking is handled by a disc out front and a drum out back.