Introduced to the United States in 2006, Kymco, an acronym for Taiwan's Kwang Yang Motor Company, has put together a dependable little scooter in the Agility. While targeted toward beginning riders, the Agility 50 also would make a good scooter for those who just want to ride around town to work, school, or on errands, but is not made for highway driving as it has a top speed of less than 40 mph. Unlike Kymco’s Like line with its retro looks, the Agility’s styling is totally modern, with a sleek sloping front end and plastic seat bases that slant uphill. The 2010 Agility also comes in a 125 cc model that has a top speed of about 65 mph, making it suitable for highways, though not freeways. The Agility has a seat heat of 31 inches, which should work well for short and tall riders. It is capable of carrying a passenger on the thickly padded two-piece seat. One unique feature about the vinyl seat is its ability to transform itself into a backrest for the rider when there is no passenger. The sporty-looking scooter features sturdy pegs and a grab rail for the passenger.