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Founded in 1963, KYMCO originally started out with technology transfer from Honda, Japan. With the technical know-how from Honda, KYMCO became one of Honda’s high quality overseas manufacturing facilities.

As the relationship developed over the next two decades, Honda increased its business interest in KYMCO and became a significant shareholder of KYMCO.
The first model manufactured by KYMCO was the C200 launched in 1964. The Hao Mai 125, manufactured from 1990 to 2008, was the first model to sell over 1 million units.

In 1992, KYMCO began selling products developed independently from Honda and marketed under KYMCO brand. In 2003, after 28 years of close collaboration with Honda, KYMCO acquired back Honda’s business interest in KYMCO and started focusing on developing and marketing KYMCO’s own brand globally.
Did you know, KYMCO supply Kawasaki with their J125 and J300 Scooters and also supply the engines for the BMW G450 X Enduro bike? The optional range extender in the BMW i3 is also supplied by KYMCO!


A French Icon since 1898 Peugeot is the oldest manufacturer of scooters steeped in a rich history.
For instance did you that a Peugeot-engined Norton motorcycle ridden by Rem Fowler won the twin-cylinder class at the inaugural 1907 Isle of Mann TT races.
Peugeot Motocycles currently produce scooters and 3-wheelers with engines ranging from 50cc to 500cc. They operate 2 production sites Manduere, France and Jinan, China Peugeot scooters are sold in over 60 countries.

The E-Ludix is Peugeots’ new electric scooter. Peugeot is known as a premium scooter brand the E-Ludix is an electric version of the ever popular Ludix scooter of which more than 250,000 units have been sold since 2013. The E-Ludix has a Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS) a regenerative braking system in which energy from braking is returned to the battery.

Peugeots commitment to motorcycles is proven in the concept 125 and 300 dubbed the P2X signalling there intent to offer more than just scooters.


In 1968, Fantic Motor was developed by engineers Mario Agrati and Henry Keppel-Hesselinkis. Their quest was to produce the finest Enduro machines throughout the 1970’s. Fantic Motor quickly gained great success and as a result, started exporting Enduro motorcycles, mini-bikes and go-karts around the world.
In 1972 the UK Government introduced a new legislation that forbade sixteen-year-old motorcyclists from riding motorcycles up to 250 cc. As a result of this, European and Japanese manufacturers exported their sporty and lightweight below-50cc engines. Fantic produced a “sensational chopper moped” and a TI (“Tourismo Internazionale),” both of which quickly became extremely popular. During this time Fantic Motor had the reputation of being some of the fastest mopeds on the market, going as fast as 70 mph.
In the 1980s, Fantic enjoyed success in the Observed trials world championships, taking three titles as well as seven wins at the prestigious Scottish Six Days Trial.
Fantic left the UK market over a decade ago but are back with a new breed of Motard and Enduro machines, each with the famous Fantic DNA and heritage. As for the future, development never stops, and exciting new models are on the horizon.


Zontes Motorcycles are the latest breed of supremely engineered small cc motorcycles where design and performance bely their incredible value.
Imported by Clements Moto the Zontes brand is completely unique in the small cc motorcycle market. Unlike many brands who simply rebadge other factories products Zontes develop and build their own unique machines offering incredible value, build quality and performance.