Vespa
Vespa

Vespa

Vespa is an Italian luxury brand of scooter manufactured by Piaggio. The name means wasp in Italian. The Vespa has evolved from a single model motor scooter manufactured in 1946 by Piaggio of Pontedera, Italy to a full line of scooters and one of seven companies today owned by Piaggio.





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I bought the LX150 2 years ago after owning a 50cc model. This bike is incr
I bought the LX150 2 years ago after owning a 50cc model. This bike is incredible. It is great on power, comfort and all of the accessories that can be added. It handles like a dream. I strongly urge people to buy one. They are great on gas and easy to park. you're not just buying a scooter, you're getting a lifestyle.
Published: December 27, 2010
charlybrwn134, bronx, New York
Source: cycleinsider.com

After thinking about it for a few years, my wife and I bought our first sco
After thinking about it for a few years, my wife and I bought our first scooter, Vespa LX150 and are having a blast with it. Unfortunately, living in Ohio we won't be able to ride all year. With two up, we are doing about 60mph and getting about 75mpg. Almost every time I am out on the scooter, someone will ask about it and want to talk forever. It's a great way to get around town. The only drawback was that I had to install aftermarket passenger foot pegs as my wife is petite and it was uncomfortable for her otherwise.
Published: December 27, 2010
Mark, Powell, Ohio
Source: cycleinsider.com

Vespa lx 125 is amazing. Its just an awesome motorcycle .Its price is high
Vespa lx 125 is amazing. Its just an awesome motorcycle .Its price is high but their performance and engine is awesome that why it worth it. If u ride below 60 or 50 speed then it gives 45 mileage per liter. Mileage depends on how you drive and servicing also. Amazing look of Vespa. Activa don't looks amazing like Vespa but its just an awesome thing .I prefer to buy Vespa.
Published: March 22, 2019
Aakash
Source: bikewale.com

I purchased this scooter second hand with only 400 miles on it and have sin
I purchased this scooter second hand with only 400 miles on it and have since ridden it about 1600 additional miles. The bike is very powerful and extremely easy to ride in an urban setting due to its automatic transmission, low center of gravity and light weight when compared to a motorcycle. I use it primarily to run errands and go grocery shopping. It is amazing how many bags of groceries you can load onto this machine! You can put them under the seat, you can hang a bunch of them from the hook behind the front apron, you can fill up the aftermarket trunk bag on the rear rack and you can bungee cord more on top of the passenger's seat. If that isn't enough cargo capacity you can always add the front rack and scooter panniers for truly mini-van-like hauling capabilities. Unlike a minivan however, you can park this bike right next to the front door of the grocery store rather than cruising the parking lot for 10 minutes trying to get a decent space. The scooter regularly gets 65 mpg riding in the city and will do 80 mph if you are so inclined. The bike feels rock solid due to larger than normal wheels and a decent suspension - not at all like the Chinese, Tupperware knockoffs - it feels quite substantial. I highly recommend it for urban duty.
Published: May 14, 2010
daniel samons, little rock, Arkansas
Source: cycleinsider.com

I purchased a new LX150ie from a dealership this past summer. It was a spec
I purchased a new LX150ie from a dealership this past summer. It was a special order (two tone bronze) and I received it in two weeks. The scooter is everything I expected. It starts instantly, is very responsive and gives a very smooth ride. The workmanship and finish are perfect and I could not have made a better choice. The service person at the dealership was great to deal with and made the whole experience a joy.
Published: March 22, 2017
John LaPorte, Escanaba, Michigan
Source: cycleinsider.com

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