Kymco Yager / Frost 200 – Owner Reviews Motor Scooter Guide

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Kymco Yager 200


2010 KYMCO YAGER 200

Milage: 1000 – 5000 Miles

Likes: Dependability, Ride

Dislikes: Not fast enough 🙂

Review: “ I’ve had my Yager almost 2 years and have 4600 miles on it. I live in Philadelphia which has a large mix of road styles – the Yager is comfortable on all of them.

The only thing done to the scoot has been routine maintenance. You can’t ask for much better than that.”

2010 KYMCO YAGER 200i

Milage: 1000 – 5000 Miles

Likes: Looks, Milage, Handling, Fuel injection

Dislikes: Not easy tracking down parts

Review: ”Bought used with 1400mi on it. Runs great, starts easily, handles well. Getting about 70mpg fuel economy. Cruises at 60mph with throttle left but I never have gone faster or needed to.

Good acceleration.

If I could add any improvements, they would be a bigger windshield, built in speakers for iPod or mp3, a little bigger wheels more storage. Of course this would mean more money. This is a great urban scooter that will easily cruise at 55mph, but if a lot of highway driving is in your future then you’ll need a bigger, more powerful scooter to feel more comfortable at highway speeds.”

2011 KYMCO YAGER 200i

Milage: 1000 – 5000 Miles

Likes: Almost everything

Dislikes: Too low ground clearance

Review: ”Well after breaking it in (hard method), I got a top speed of 80 mph on even road. I’m 5’9” tall and 200 lbs and it easily cruises at 70 mph. So far there’s been no problems (1000 miles). I’m very happy with this scoot.”


Milage: 5000 – 10,000 Miles

Likes: Flat floor, Huge storage, Fuel economy

Dislikes: Few accessories, Seat overly firm until broken in

Review: ”I’ve also done a hard break-in on my Yager as well. It’s a rocket off the line and will top 70mph with little trouble. Initially, the seat was pretty hard and the rear shocks were a bit hard in the neutral setting, but both parts became more compliant as the miles piled on.

The flat floor is great for hauling things, but the underseat bucket is the real storage star. A 24 baguette will fit in with no trouble and it’ll easily swallow an XL modular helmet. I have yet to need the rear rack, much less a topcase to haul stuff.

The Yager manages about 80mpg in spirited city driving. It’s even exceeded 70mpg on extended WOT highway runs. Factory fitted, P-rated rubber ensures that the rider will never overdrive the tires and tire wear is very good as a result.

Front-rear disc brakes and good; with EBC HH sintered pads (FA197HH, same as the Ninjette), they’re very good.

Accessories are hard to find. It took a while to get an aftermarket windscreen and a high-flow filter. The trick is to look for parts overseas under the name New Dink 200i Euro 3. Taiwan Kymco catalogs list a decent selection of trim bits and NHRC Taiwan has an expanded selection with custom brake rotors and wind deflectors.

The bike is well-built, easy to service, rides predictably and can hold its own in traffic. If there are any surprises with this bike, they’re pleasant ones.”

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