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Vespa price slashed by Rs 6,500

by Arun Mohan Nadar Photography: Kunal Khadse Posted on 31 Oct 201223,791 Views17 Comments

Vespa have given their fans a bumper Diwali offer by reducing the price of its premium scooter

Vespa prices slashed by Rs 6500

 

Vespa aspirers, here's a cracker of an offer! Piaggio, the Italian manufacturer, has reduced the price of its premium scooter, Vespa, by an impressive Rs 6,500. The price of the retro-modern premium scooter before this offer was Rs 74,490 (on-road, Pune), which now after the reduction stands at Rs 67,983. 

 

This discount is available only for a short period of time, which is during the festive season though it isn't clear till when the discount would be available. The offer has been running since October 4 across dealerships, but wasn't applied immediately to clear existing inventory. Also read: Vespa LX125: First Ride

 

The scooter's high price has, perhaps, been the biggest hurdle for its maker in promoting Vespa sales. But this reduction should help boost the premium scooter's sales. Also Read: Vespa Road Test

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