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Finest Touring Comfort

Of all the scooters and maxi-scooters, this writer had tested over the years…. WoW! This one is living room, sofa comfort.
This 2018 KYMCO X-Town 300i ABS Maxi-scooter, is for touring comfort and head turner looks. Sit on it and you will feel relaxed, with the large seat design and extra soft cushion, even the pillion will have no complains. Under the seat, you will find a utility box with LED lighting, that is large enough to stow things, like a couple of helmets or personal belongings. On the left side of the dashboard, is a glove box, here you could place your cellular phone or other gadgets and inside, a convenient USB 5V 2.1Amp charging outlet came standard and is common, with most Kymco scooters. Up front, the very informative car like instrument cluster is clearly visible, from the rider’s point of view, and the switches on both ends of the handle bar, are within reach but having long thumbs, would certainly be an advantage. The floor board is humped, in the center and riders with larger feet, will have no problems because there is enough space, and for the pillion, switch blade type foot rests are conveniently located on both rear side, of the floor board. A rear hand rail comes standard, for pillions who prefers to hold the rail, rather than the rider in front, but for this writer, it is safer for the pillion to hold on to the shoulder, or around the waist of the rider. Another purpose of the rear hand rail, is for the top box to be mounted on. A top box mounting plate, is also available, as an option. From the outside, the aerodynamically designed, 2018 KYMCO X-Town 300i ABS, rolls on front 120/80-14 and rear 150/70-13 tubeless tires mounted on black alloy wheels, bolted on to the frame with a length of 2240mm, width of 800mm, height of 1370mm, a wheel base of 1545mm and 150mm ground clearance, these are the formula for that smooth and comfortable ride.
The KYMCO X-Town 300i ABS, has a power plant of 276cc OHC (Over Head Cam) single cylinder four-stroke liquid-cooled electronic fuel injection petrol engine, that has a maximum output of 23HP/8000rpm and a maximum torque of 22.5nm/6500rpm, connected to a CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission), for that twist and go, auto mode ride. A 12.5 liters fuel tank, comes standard on this model, since commonly, it would be used on road trips. To put this maxi-scooter to a safe halt, it was made possible with 260mm front cross drilled ventilated disc brake with 3-piston brake caliper and 240mm rear cross drilled ventilated disc brake with 2-piston brake caliper, assisted with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) for both front and rear brakes. Setting the ignition on, the KYMCO X-Town 300i ABS is easy with an electric push start button (with brake lever grasped), when you twist the throttle down, the engine responds without any hesitation. The KYMCO X-Town 300i ABS for a maxi-scooter, it takes a good approach, to be able to achieve filtering through traffic congested roads, with the handle-bar length, other vehicle side-view mirrors are avoided (depending on the distance between cars). Touring through twisty roads, this maxi-scooter could take the turn, without scratching the side stand or the likes. Touring at night, this writer realized the importance of good headlight density, from the auto on, dual halogen multi reflector type head lamps with LED accent, that could beam the road ahead and to be visible from behind, the X-design LED tail lamps, complied to its duties. KYMCO Scooters and motorcycles are here in the country for quite a while now and are known for reliability. For touring in comfort, it could definitely, be delivered.


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