Looks, Performance, Handling, Quality, lightweight
If you have the money to splurge on a scooter, there is nothing that should stop one from going for this icon of the modern era. The Vespa scooter is not your average commuter but carries with it legacy of generations gone by.
Piaggio is now offering its legendary scooter, the Vespa to the Indian market. The retro design makes the Vespa stand out in the scooter segment. The 125cc engine is integrated into the steel monocoque chassis. It produces 10 bhp of power, 10.6 Nm of torque and the claimed mileage figure s Read Less
Making a strong come back is the iconic Italian scooter company Vespa bringing in its 125cc offering which the company has decided to name, Vespa. Chic and uber-stylish, the new Vespa carries the trademark retro-styling and offers oodles of performance and comfort that is not found on any scooter in the country today. Albeit, the premium pricing of the scooter has placed beyond the reach of many.
It's retro, chic, stylish and expensive. We ride the latest premium scooter offering from the stables of Piaggio
Piaggio has brought in its new Vespa VX variant to the Indian market with additional features and bright new colours. We spent an afternoon puttering around Club Corinthian's aesthetically tiled driveways in Pune to find out if the VX is just better eye candy or in fact a more advantageous...
The legendary Vespa scooter is back and how! Running an advanced 3-valve 125cc engine under the gorgeous retro-styled bodywork, the new scooter has been assigned the task of kick-starting the premium scooter segment and it looks all set to get the job done in style
The Vespa Electtrica will be the latest electric scooter from the Italian brand and will be launched in late 2017
No specific reason has been mentioned for postponing the launch of the Vespa 946 by its maker Piaggio
Piaggio India head, Stefano Pelle said that the Vespa GTS 300 scooter is currently undergoing homologation with an expected launch by late 2016 in India at a pricing of around Rs 4 lakh ex-showroom