The Kymco Sting, also known as the Sting 50, was introduced in the United States in 2009. While the 2011 Kymco Sting marks the last year for the scooter, it has been sold for a longer time outside the country and will be expected to continue being sold elsewhere. It is, in fact, one of the Kymco’s older model designs and the scooter shares a lot of similarities like the engine, frame, and several components to other 50-cc scooters produced by the company. In design, the 2011 Kymco Sting is very similar to its four-stroke sibling, the Sento 50 scooter. Both of them share the same retro styling, but the main difference lies in the Sting’s use of a two-stroke engine. This engine has been a part of Kymco’s lineup for quite a long time, and the presence of a two-stroke engine rather than a four-stroke one makes the Sting peppier than the Sento. However, it also has a lower mileage than the Sento 50.