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2014 Vespa S 150 IE

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The Vespa S 150 IE draws inspiration from the first models designed by the company. However, despite its retro look, the Vespa S 150 IE is fitted with modern technologies which help it deliver first class levels of performances.

The scooter is powered by a 150 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke engine with catalytic converter which generates a maximum power of 8,7 kw (11.6 hp) at 8,000 rpm and 11,5 Nm (8.4 ft-lb) of torque at 6.250 rpm. The engine’s power is transferred to the rear wheel by means of an automatic twist and go transmission (CVT with torque server).

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Vespa S 150 IE is equipped with a dual-action hydraulic shock absorber up front and a rear dual action hydraulic monoshock.

You also get 11 inch front and 10 inch rear wheels which are wrapped in 110/70 and 120/70 tubeless tires, respectively.

Hit the jump for more information on the Vespa S 150 IE.

Overview

Vespa S 150 IE

Retro details with lots of oomph to back it up with...

The Vespa S 150 i.e. celebrates the individualism of a Vespa that made it legendary in the 1970s. Minimalist but elegant design make it modern, but do not take the place of the latest technology. True to Vespa tradition, the steel body is load bearing, delivering superior strength, excellent precision and road control.

The front suspension, with a dual-action hydraulic shock absorber, stands out for its aeronautically derived single sided link arm layout. At the rear, the Vespa S boasts a suspension layout with a dual action hydraulic monoshock. The 11” front wheel ensures excellent stability to provide confidence and safety in any situation. The tubeless tires measure 110/70 at the front and 120/70 on the 10” rear wheel. A dependable disc/drum combination has been chosen for the brakes.

The Vespa S 150 i.e. high-tech electronic fuel injected engine delivers smoother power progression in the relentless stop-start conditions of urban riding. The impressive capabilities of the 150cc engine can also be appreciated on longer journeys as a rider looks to get on the open road.

2014 Vespa S 150 IE Key Features:

Vespa S 150 IE

• Gas Mileage: 75 mpg
• Max Speed: 59 mph

2014 Vespa S 150 IE Features and Benefits:

Vespa S 150 IE

Minimalist

Vespa S 150 IE

With its clean essential lines, the 2014 Vespa S 150 IE is a minimalist version of the legendary 1970’s models and proof that the young spirit of Vespa is still very much alive.

Smooth

Vespa S 150 IE

The 2014 Vespa S 150 IE high tech electronic fuel injected engine delivers smoother power progression in the relentless stop start conditions of urban riding. The front suspension, with a dual action hydraulic shock absorber, stands out for its aeronautically derived single sided link arm layout, which the rear features a dual action hydraulic monoshock.

Specifications

EngineSingle-cylinder 4-stroke leader engine with catalytic converter
Capacity150 cc
Bore x Stroke (mm)62,8 x 48,6
Max power8,7 kw at 8,000 rpm (11.6 hp)
Max torque11,5 nm at 6.250 rpm (8.4 ft-lb)
Fuel supplyP.I. Injection (port injected)
CoolingForced air
StarterElectric
TransmissionAutomatic twist and go (CVT with torque server)
ClutchAutomatic dry centrifugal clutch with vibration dampers
Load bearing structureSheet metal body with welded reinforcements
Front suspensionSingle sided trailing link with hydraulic shock absorber
Rear suspensionHydraulic shock absorber
Front brakeØ 200mm disc brake
Rear brakeØ 110mm drum brake
Front tire Tubeless110/70 - 11"
Rear tire Tubeless120/70 - 10"
Length69.6 in. - 1770 mm
Width29.1 in. - 740 mm
Wheelbase50.3 in. - 1280 mm
Seat height30.9 in. - 785 mm
Fuel tank capacity2.1 gal. - 8.2 lt
Mpg70-75 mpg
Max speed59 mph
Warranty2-year unlimited-mileage warranty. *limits are outlined in the warranty booklet. See dealer for details *msrp excludes destination & vehicle preparation charges.
Roadside assistance1 free year of road side assistance provided by road America
ApprovalEPA and CARB
ColorsDragon red, Montebianco white
Price$4,599



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