Kymco K-Lite Comfort Mobility Scooter



Price:£800.00
Inc vat (£960.00)


Introducing the brand new Kymco K-Lite lightweight mobility scooter. Kymco have designed a true lightweight mobility scooter to get you out and about. Following on from the extremely successful Kymco Mini LS, every aspect of the K-Lites design has been thought through to make this scooter easy to use and easy to transport.

Their patented docking system can be operated by one hand and is extremely easy to use when taking the scooter apart. And once you have taken it apart, the heaviest part weighs in at just over 30 lbs. The seat swivels, is height adjustable and has folding armrests. The angle of the tiller is easily adjusted by turning a large soft grip rubber knob, and the ignition and horn switch are waterproofed against the elements. As a final touch, the battery display is also backlit to make it clear in any light.

The Kymco K-Lite comes with a useful storage basket on the front as standard and the black non-scuff tyres are puncture proof. Available in four stylish colours, complimented by the alloy look wheels, the K-Lite certainly looks the part. We feel confident this will be another success story for Kymco, a company known for their attention to detail and high quality engineering.

•Easy to dismantle 2-piece frame for ease of storage and transportation
•Wireless connections - no plugs or wires to worry about
•Easy to adjust handle bars, providing a comfortable driving position
•Puncture proof tyres as standard - no need to worry about punctures
•Can stand on end on rear bumper for easy cupboard storage

Maximum speed- 4mph
Range- 16km/10miles
Maximum user weight- 125kg/19.7stone
Length- 102cm
Width- 50cm
Height- 93cm
Wheel size- 9"
Tyre type- Solid
Heaviest Part- 14kg
Total weight including batteries- 42kg
Battery- 12Ah
Lights fitted- No
Turning radius- 121cm
Maximum working slope- 8 degrees

*Range can be affected by variable conditions such as user weight, battery and terrain.

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