Kymco has decided to set up a limited number of its Dink 125, scooter since his arrival on the market has proven to be valid and meet the needs of many users attracted by its sporty design and its practicality but also by its much competitive.
Sales, despite the crisis of 2010, have both won Kymco Dink 125 to enable him to reach the top ten best-selling two-wheeler (2493 units sold) and then the house has decided to relaunch in 2011 with a special version of this maxi-scooters.
The new model, available from their February 2011 at a price of € 3449 (€ 3400 against the base version), has a matte black, smoked windscreen and aluminum wheels, along with numerous carbon inserts (on the sides, stem and fenders), gives the bike an even more sporty look.The house is planning to launch a second version always the same scooter in 2011 which almost certainly will be equipped with ABS and will be priced at 3990 €: in this case, however, the arrival times in the dealers seem not yet certain.
Kymco is also promoting a campaign of incentives for the purchase of its scooter manufacturers and is one of the most active in this early 2011 which seems to be the year of redemption for a fund motorcycle back from a very dark period in the traditional markets reference.
The hope is that this is not just a rebound for physiological or Kymco or for the market in general and that the recovery is really around the corner instead.