There's a KYMCO Dealer in our area. KYMCOS look good, but I'm skeptical. -- Your thoughts ??:thinking:
Very informative. -- ThanksTend to agree with Kme473 but keep this in mind (from wikipedia): KYMCO or Kwang Yang Motor Co, Ltd (Chinese: 光陽工業; pinyin: Guāng Yáng Gōng Yè), is a Taiwanese company that manufactures motor scooters, motorcycles, and ATVs for worldwide distribution.
Founded in 1963 after splitting from Honda, KYMCO originally made parts for Honda. The company built its first complete scooter in 1970 and began marketing under the "KYMCO" brand name in 1992. In the 2000s, Kymco became the largest scooter manufacturer in Taiwan, and the fifth largest scooter and manufacturer worldwide. KYMCO's headquarters and factory are located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, with about 3000 employees, and producing more than 570,000 vehicles per year. The company has production facilities in Jakarta, Shanghai, Changsha and Chengdu.
In early 2008, KYMCO was chosen by BMW to supply the engines for their G450 X Enduro bike. Kymco's product line in the United States includes 15 scooters, 9 ATVs and the Venox 250 cruiser. Kymco USA Inc. is headquartered in Spartanburg, South Carolina with around 600 dealerships. And is the Official Scooter and ATV for the NHRA.
This is their list of USA ATVs so far:
KXR 250 (on-road)
MXer 125 (on-road)
MXer 150 (on-road)
Anyone have experiences with one of these or other Kymco products? So how much of a price differencial are we talking about? I mean is it really that much less costly upfront or with maintenance and/or does it have features above and beyond Polaris? :hmmm:
Everybody should get whatever quad makes them happy. As for me, I believe Polaris's are still made in America. At least mostly. We are loosing everything we have to China daily. If I could put my money back in to this country. And help somebody like on this forum, or anybody else here. I'm going to get the one from around here. It doesn't matter how good a Kymco is.