In terms of aesthetics, the Kymco Vitality offers a moderate amount of storage space beneath the driver’s seat. Considering the limitations set by its large vertical motor design, one could say that the storage space is surprisingly large. Small helmets might fit inside of the under-seat compartment, whereas larger, full-face bucket helmets may be too large to stow underneath the seat. The lack of a glove compartment adds to the storage conundrum. However, aftermarket storage parts, like a top case, can be purchased for an additional cost. Another shortcoming of the Vitality is that the vertical motor forces the seat height upwards, making it less comfortable to ride for shorter drivers. Some positive features, though, include a rear rack that comes standard on all of the Vitality models, in addition to a side stand. Lastly, a neat commodity included in the standard Vitality is a clock with gauges. Seemingly trivial, this addition becomes an invaluably useful convenience when using the scooter for a morning commute to work or school, or while in a rush to get anywhere.