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The Quannon Kymco, a New Small Bike is Born

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Moving up in the world, Taiwanese producer Kymco just launched its latest creation, a 150cc bike that is said to be a real head turner in the small-bike world.

Hitting the market in 2010 the Quannon model will feature a 4-stroke, 4 valve, 150 cc air-cooled engine that produces a pretty decent 14 hp. The engine is designed to be fuel efficient, it's perfect for getting around towns and also let's you have the pleasure to enjoy the ride every time you please. Fitted with a 5 speed gearbox and a steel chassis, the build of the bike is very reliable and we bet the mechanics are too.

The bike is said to be a perfect entry-level on the market and the 75 mpg fuel consumption also makes it practical and cheap. The bike's speed has not been yet established but we think is going to be a safe and fair one.

The Quannon 150 is motorcycle with a sportbike appearance that offers big performance in a small package. The lightweight design makes it perfect for inexperienced rider and helps them to build confidence while also being fun to ride and cheap to own. By having a big bike feeling without the big bike price tag, it will most definitely become a favorite among beginners.

Kymco bikes around the world come with a 2-year warranty with the possibility to extend to 4 years within the Kymco Extended Protection Plan that is available from any Kymco authorized dealer.

 
 
 
 
 

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