The new VSR 125i CBS is an updated & revised version of KYMCO’s best-selling CK1 125 naked sports bike, and looks wise it replicates its predecessor’s sharp styling and edgy street look. It’s underneath this sports design where all the major changes have been made in line with new Euro 4 legislation.
The most significant development is the new fuel injected 4-stroke air cooled engine from KYMCO, which makes the VSR ultra efficient and impressively cheap to run. With a top speed of 65mph, the VSR can achieve well in excess of 100 miles per gallon - ideal for every-day commuting to work or college.
The addition of a new combined braking system will also be welcome news for learner riders. By linking the front and rear disc brakes, the braking experience is more progressive, balanced and safer.
KYMCO VSR 125
from £2000 + on the road charge
The first thing that stands out on the Kymco VSR 125 is the bikes sharp & modern styling, and its this edgy street bike look that KYMCO say will attract the attention of younger riders looking for an alternative to the traditional style of learner-legal commuter bike.
Engine Type: OHC, 4 Stroke, 2V Single Cylinder Displacement: 124.6 Max Horsepower (kW/rpm): 7.7kW / 8000 rpm Max Torque (Nm/rpm): 10.6 Nm / 6000 rpm Start: Electric
Length x Width x Height: 2050 x 780 x 1330 mm Seat Height: 780 mm Wheelbase: 1330 mm Fueltank: 13.5 Liters
Front Wheel Size: 80/100-17 Rear Wheel Size: 110/80-17 Front Brake System: Disk with dual piston caliper @260mm Rear Brake System: Drum