The Kymco Venox has a 63-inch wheelbase and wide cylinder fins; for such a large body, the V2 engine displacement is only 249cc, much lower than one would expect for such a powerful-looking bike. However, the massive vehicle deceives the eye: the large cylinder fins are simply rubber-mounted covers that are attached to lightweight, industrial-size liquid cooling heads. They are much wider than the cylinder heads, thereby giving the impression of a much larger engine. The two-stroke, liquid-cooled engine that is present, however, does not lack the durability and power of a large engine. It features dual overhead cams and four valves per cylinder, proving to be a state of the art motor that is as good as its sporty counterparts. Furthermore, the Venox features both an electric and kick-starter, the former for the driver’s convenience, and the latter faring better in the event of any sort of troubles the driver may find in attempts to ride the motorcycle in more challenging terrain.