Leading Taiwan scooter producer Kymco first introduced the Bet & Win in the early 1990s. They have since partnered with motorcycle companies like BMW and Kawasaki Heavy Industries to produce reliable and efficient engines, such as those in the 2008 BMW G450X Enduro.
The 2006 Kymco Bet & Win models have a steel frame construction with a plastic body. This Kymco Bet & Win series comes standard with a single-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid-cooled engine and a Continuously Variable (CVT) transmission.
The Bet & Win 150’s engine displacement to weight is 0.5 cc. This model’s engine has 9.4 lb-ft of torque at 6,500 RPM. The Bet & Win 250’s engine displacement to weight is 1.79 cc. This Bet & Win 250 model has 16.1 lb-ft of torque at 5500 RPM and generates 18.2 bhp (13.6 kW) and 7000 RPM.
The standard dry weight of the Bet & Win 150 is 304 lbs. (137.9 kg). The standard dry weight of the Bet & Win 250 is 348 lbs. (157.9 kg). Overall dimensions of the 2006 Kymco Bet & Win 150 include a standard length of 77 in. (1956.6 mm), a width of 30 in. (762 mm), and overall height of 45 in. (1143 mm). The overall dimensions of the 2006 Kymco Bet & Win 250 include a standard length of 79 in. (2006.6 mm), a width of 30 in. (762 mm), and overall height of 45 in. (1143 mm).
Digital instrumentation is standard on the 2006 Kymco Bet & Win 150 and Bet & Win 250 models, including a speedometer, tachometer, and fuel level and temperature warning gauges. Both Bet & Win models are equipped with standard lockable and under-seat storage, and a rear rack.