Kymco Agility 50 4T Carry

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Usually at the end of July, the KYMCO Agility 50 4T Carry, the new model designed for professionals with three loading areas and marketed by the Taiwanese to the price of 1699 euros.

It was presented in May, the new model KYMCO Agility 50 4T Carry. The vehicle fits within the range KYMCO models designed to meet the needs of professionals, and those who use the bike for business trips and citizens that use the two wheels to get around town.

The KYMCO Agility 50 4T Carry respects the canons Taiwanese industry, careful design but also the practicality and safety. As we read in the description provided by the official website, the ideal target is that of traders in two ways using the bike for short trips and long trips out of town. For this reason the seat is wide, front space for the placement of the limbs is comfortable and the design around the vehicle is oriented convenience.

The compartment of the saddle, which has a circular shape, is the starting point of all guidelines. Also interesting is the support of the rear and right arrows equipped with front LED. The idea suggested is that of a motorcycle also suitable for the free time.

The convenience and comfort also arise from the tripartite division of the loading areas, one front, one rear and one intermediate under the handlebar. But let’s get practical. The KYMCO Agility 50 4T Carry will be placed on the market at the end of July and will cost about 1699 euros, but in case of a vehicle scrapping of older, there will be a discount of approximately 170 euros.

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