Kymco Bet & Win 150 & 250 Motor Scooter Guide

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KYMCO BET WIN 150 / 250

The Bet Win 150 and 250 were Kymco’s mid-sized scooters sold in America, along with the series. The Bet Win scooters were a model for Kymco in their years, as they achieved sales by offering powerful and a good assortment of features for a reasonable price. Both Bet Win (or BW) were part of Kymco’s USA debut line up and were through 2008 in the USA.

Up in the Bet Win scooters were part of 2005 Canadian debut and remained on sale through before being replaced by designs. Outside of North the Bet Win scooters were released so by 2008 / 2009 the design was showing its age. Kymco has rapidly improving their and engineering prowess, so newer featuring higher refinement starting to make the Bet Win outdated.


Propulsion for the Bet Win scooters from two liquid cooled, motor options. The smaller $500 cheaper) 150cc delivers 12.2 HP at a healthy RPM. This translates a top speed of 65mph (110km/hr), is a nice clip for a 150. economy for

the 150 is average for its size at 70 mpg. Some modern are a little better at about 80 mpg to fuel injection replacing the B W’s carburator.

The liquid cooled motor in the Bet Win 150 was rarely used in other during this period presumably to cut the cost of those air cooled machines. The Super 8 People 150, Sting 150 all used Kymco’s air cooled of this motor. Accordingly, the Bet Win 150 is likely to last a bit longer and better at extended high riding and in really hot conditions.

The 250 ups the power 50% to 18.5 HP at 7000 Accordingly, peak velocity to 75-80mph, which makes bike much more at on the highway than the 150. and purchase price aren’t that different between sizes, so if you want to do a fair bit of or highway travel then the 250 is a way to go.

On the downside, expect about instead of 70.

Design and Amenities

The Bet Win offer a nice level of and nice liquid cooled for the price. Both Bet Win scooters side and center stands, underseat storage and no glovebox. are well suited to carrying a with their reasonably seat and dual rear

Obviously the 250 model is going to a bit better with a passenger the 150.


In the end, the Bet Win were replaced by Kymco’s and more refined designs the Frost / Yager 200i and The similar Grandvista 250 also help the Bet Win 250’s sales. The 250 was introduced in 2005 and sold the Bet Win scooters.

It had similar styling and the same motor as the BW 250.

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the Bet Win scooters are mostly about and practicality. You can pick up one of these made, reliable and powerful for a very reasonable price, in the used market. You can find and more fully featured but you’ll have a very time doing so for a similar

Someone who is looking for a scooter for practical reasons is going to a hard time justifying more.

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* Seat height:

* Fuel 2.6 gallon / 10 liter

* Brakes: 2 Piston Disc Single Piston Disc

* Front Suspension: Telescopic

Kymco B&W 50
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