News 2011 Kymco LE UXV 500 SE | Preview

2011 Kymco LE UXV 500 SE | Preview

2011 Side X Side

Kymco USA is proud to introduce the Limited Edition UXV 500 SE. Based on the popular UXV 500 Side x Side, the SE steps it up a notch with exclusive factory installed features.

It debuts in blue and includes a hard top and ½ windshield. The Kymco UXV 500 SE also comes with aluminum alloy wheels and factory installed dual beverage holders for that early morning coffee.

With this new level of the UXV line, riders will still enjoy all the standard features of Kymco Side x Sides, including its class leading suspension, excellent ergonomics and great economical price tag.

In addition, the hard top, windshield, beverage holder and wheels will make even your hardest work a pleasure. You’ll find yourself looking for any excuse to take it out on the trails aboard this side x side.

Building UTVs since 2008, Kymco has always engineered and manufactured them to the highest degree of safety standards. Like all Kymco vehicles, it is supported by a one-year limited factory warranty.

2011 Kymco Limited Edition UXV 500 SE Specs:
Engine Type:
4-stroke water-cooled, DOHC
Cooling System:
Wet sump
Automatic CVT L-H-N-R with differential lock
Drive System:
Shaft with High & Low Gear – 2WD/4WD drive
Front Suspension:
Independent dual A-arm
Rear Suspension:
Independent dual A-arm
Front Tires:
Rear Tires:
Front Brake:
Hydraulic dual disc
Rear Brake:
Hydraulic disc
Parking Brake:
Hand operated
113 in.
75.2 in.
Ground Clearance:
12.2 in.
Fuel Capacity:
8.5 gals.
1157 lbs.
Available Colors:

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