Kymco release sporty Like 150 S scooter

KYMCO have expanded their range of scooters with the release of the sporty Like 150 S, a compelling integration of retro, elegance and luxury. It’s based on the popular Like 150 R, and continues the brand’s classic and practical theme.

Adding extra sport and agility into the scooter equation, the Like 150 S features a more streamlined dash, slimmer headlight, new pillion grabrail, new front vent and new muffler cover.

In addition, black (piping, forks, front vent, headlight bezel, mirrors) has become the more dominant trim compared to chrome and silver. The vibrant new look of the Like 150 S is underpinned by an indefatigable 9.9kW (13.3HP) four-valve fuel-injected engine.

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Still the most powerful in its class, it is now smoother and quieter than ever thanks to recent refinements, like using helical gears in the CVT twist-and-go transmission.

The Like 150 S also takes advantage of chassis updates across the Like line-up, including the adoption of a bi-beam frame and repositioning of the fuel tank to lower the centre of gravity.

The Like 150 S is also 5kg lighter than the Like 150 R thanks to the absence of a carrier and top box. Traditional telescopic forks and twin preload-adjustable shock absorbers look after suspension duties.

High-rigidity and light-weight 12-inch wheels contribute to the Like’s agile handling, with the sporty scooter also fitted with dual channel Bosch anti-lock braking, with ample under seat storage and a glove box compartment.

The Like 150 S is now available in an eye-catching orange livery for $4,490 plus on-road costs, which includes Kymco’s three-year factory warranty. The Like 150 R retails for $4,990 plus on-road costs.

Thanks to its colour scheme, you can stand out from the pack and get all your commuting wants and needs delivered all in one package, with the Like 150 S. Contact your local Kymco scooter dealer for more information.

KYMCO Like 150 S
KYMCO Like 150 S
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin is the ride editor at Exhaust Notes Australia, founding editor of Two Wheel Addicts, a contributor at Bike Review and panel judge for Harley Davidson's Breakout Boss competition. Andrew has a love for anything on two wheels whether that be sports, naked or adventure bikes, with a guilty pleasure for cruisers.



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