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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by cabanza, Nov 6, 2017.
At least it will be easier to fill up than the traditional scooter
I wonder how tall this guy is.
One good thing is the handlebar looks high. Should be more comfortable than a Tmax for sure. I wonder how it compares with an Xmax...
The BMW has some pretty good specs:
26 ft lb
450 pounds wet
3.4 gal fuel tank
86 mph top speed
What can you "do" in France but not at home? I've been there, it was OK but not my favorite place. No matter, move it you want to...
I was first drawn to the girl in the tacky top then the guy over the front wheel- he looks like Vladimir Putin?
The "tall guy" has girly pants IMO?
She's back! In a dress...
Look at him go! Definitely a dual sport scooter
I keep looking at certain parts and thinking mmm Kymco w/ a BMW badge.
That's an interesting 2 part forward foot rest.
Anyone know if the C400X will be available in Canada or the USA?
Definitely consider if I can’t get my hands on the Yamaha XMAX.
Since BMW have brought all their scooters to the US so far, I would imagine we will see the C400X in North America.
455 pounds folks!
Get yer boat ankas heya!
Kymco 400 is coming in lighter than that, but not sure how much yet.
XMax is 60lbs lighter.
All I’m going to say is that it’s still a Kymco. If you compare the spec sheet of a Kymco with a Japanese scooter, the Japanese scooter is always lighter.
Sounds like it might have some luxury features missing on the other brands.
If it has cruise control it will do very well.
Unless you look at a Forza against say a Downtown 300.
I couldn't find a wet weight measure for the Downtown 300i. Its claimed dry weight is 367. The Forza 300 comes in at 422 fully fueled. I wouldn't be surprised to see that the specs on the Kymco are a little optimistic...
I just got word from BMW they will be announcing the new C400 next week with a MSRP of $ 7,540CDN