Vespa Bikes

Vespa bikes India offers 10 new models in India with price starts at Rs. 93,144 and goes up to Rs. 1.33 Lakh . The popular bikes of Vespa include VXL 150 (Rs. 1.22 Lakh), Notte 125 (Rs. 93,144) and SXL 125 (Rs. 1.13 Lakh) . The cheapest Vespa bike is Notte 125 (Rs. 93,144) and the most expensive one is Elegante 150 (Rs. 1.33 Lakh). Vespa bikes in India are expected to launch Elettrica (Rs. 90,000), GTS Super 125 (Rs. 90,000) and Liberty 3V (Rs. 63,000) in the year 2020-2021 . Select a Vespa bike to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.Looking for Vespa Scooters?

Vespa Bikes Price List (2020) in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
Vespa VXL 150Rs. 1.22 Lakh
Vespa Notte 125Rs. 93,144
Vespa SXL 125Rs. 1.13 Lakh
Vespa LX 125Rs. 96,615
Vespa ZX 125Rs. 1 Lakh
Vespa SXL 150 BS6Rs. 1.26 Lakh
Vespa VXL 125Rs. 1.1 Lakh
Vespa Elegante 125Rs. 1.22 Lakh
Vespa Elegante 150Rs. 1.33 Lakh
Vespa Urban ClubRs. 93,144

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About Vespa Bikes

The most iconic scooter company in the world, Vespa, has made its Indian return. The Italian firm has been the most revered name in the world of scooters since its inception in 1940s. Over the years the Vespa brand has transformed from affordable transportation to a lifestyle product that carries a retro-modern appeal but with all the modern-day technologies and features found on two-wheelers. The Italian brand is here to stay and committed to cater to the burgeoning Indian scooter segment, albeit it opens a new lifestyle premium scooter segment with its entry.

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Vespa User Reviews

  • Notte 125
    22 reviews & ratings
    Notte 125

    It's godfather of mopads i have only one issue with my vespa thast vespa knottey ground entrance is very low for Indian roads special its scratched every time when you drive on an bumper at last its worth it and best

    KING 3 weeks ago
    Notte 125 User Reviews
  • SXL 150 BS6
    3 reviews & ratings
    SXL 150 BS6

    Superb braking and performance

    Biswaprakash 1 month ago
    SXL 150 BS6 User Reviews
  • LX 125
    30 reviews & ratings
    LX 125

    The best maintained bike Only 15000 kms running done on this bike

    Abhishek 3 months ago
    LX 125 User Reviews
  • VXL 125
    64 reviews & ratings
    VXL 125

    nice scooter for daily use and more stylish

    Shringar 3 months ago
    VXL 125 User Reviews
  • ZX 125
    8 reviews & ratings
    ZX 125

    It's very poor experience . I buy a Vespa in only 3 month how ever I have lot of problem engine problem and very poor mileage only 17 mileage. Don't buy a Vespa bcoz worst service and also not available spares in any showrooms.

    Vignesh 3 months ago
    ZX 125 User Reviews
  • VXL 150
    31 reviews & ratings
    VXL 150

    nice but mileage problem... otherwise its a good scooter for handling...it has a great balancing at low speeds

    All 3 months ago
    VXL 150 User Reviews

Vespa Bikes Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 week ago

    The Suzuki Access 125 BS6 has all the crucial updates to help it continue its streak of being the best-selling scooter in the 125cc segment. Sure it does have its own set of shortcomings but as an overall package, the Suzuki Access 125 BS6 is capable of holding its own in the competitive segment. On the other hand, Vespa LX 125 offers better power performance. It has better build quality and has premium fits and finishing. It provides comfortable ride quality too. You may compare both scooters accordingly. Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.

    LX 125 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 months ago

    Vespa Elettrica will get the 'Reverse Assist Mode' feature. If would be difficult to give any verdict for comparison as Vespa Elettrica hasn't been launched yet. If we talk about Bajaj Chetak, it doesn’t really set a foot wrong. It’s got enough performance and even enough range (at least at first glance) to manage commutes in all but the largest cities. But when you compare the Chetak to its rivals, the Ather 450 and the TVS iQube, it falls a little behind in its feature list as well as its price. However, what the Chetak does have on its side is some seriously premium feel. And when you factor in that a big player like Bajaj can make the Chetak available to more people, faster, by getting it into their vast network of ProBiking showrooms across the country, it would seem that it would be advantage Chetak!

    Elettrica Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 months ago

    Vespa scooters are well-known for their retro yet funky looks. Vespa Notte 125 is paired with a CVT unit, the scooter draws power from a 125cc three-valve single-cylinder engine that generates 10.6PS at 7500rpm and 10.6Nm at 6000rpm. Suspension duties are handled by trailing setup at the front and a single shock absorber at the rear. Being an entry-level scooter in the Vespa range, it uses drum brakes on both ends. Even the three-spoke alloy wheels are shod in tubed tyres. Vespa could’ve offered a front disc at least as an option considering the price it commands. The underseat storage capacity stands at 17 litres, and the fuel tank can hold 7 litres of petrol. If you are looking for a comfortable scooter with retro looks and want great build quality also want considerable good power, you may go for it. Do take a test ride before the final call. Check out authorised dealership details.

    Notte 125 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 months ago

    Vespa LX 125 gets a 125cc air-cooled, single-cylinder 4-stroke engine which delivers a peak power of 10.5bhp at 7,500rpm and peak torque of 10.6Nm at 6,000rpm. So, it will do the job but don't expect it an outright performer.

    LX 125 Q&A
  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 4 months ago

    Yes, you may add tubeless tyres in Vespa Notte 125.There are some advantages of tubeless tyres:- Less prone to illy punctures.- Ability to run at lower pressure.- Air escapes slowly.- Lightweight.- No unwanted friction.- Better Stability.But, there are some disadvantages too:- Difficult to fit.- Sidewall puncture may damage the tyre.- Tubeless tyres are expensive.

    Notte 125 Q&A
  • Raghu
    Raghu 5 months ago

    Yes tube tyres not tube less

    Notte 125 Q&A

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Vespa Bikes FAQs

Which is the cheapest Vespa bikes in India?

The cheapest Vespa bikes in India is Notte 125, which is priced at Rs. 93,144.

Which are the best Vespa bikes under 1 lakh?

The popular bikes offered by Vespa in this segment are Vespa Notte 125, Vespa LX 125 and Vespa Urban Club

What is the price range of Vespa bikes?

Vespa bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 93,144 to Rs. 1.33 Lakh.

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