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Vespa was founded in 1985 and since then, its main purpose was to build efficient, affordable and practical scooters. Today, the company continues to build scooters that keep the same DNA as its predecessors, but are fitted with modern technologies and features which make them perfectly suited for the requirements of modern riders.

The Sport Special Edition of the Vespa S 50 4V makes no exception and is powered by a modern 49.4 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valves engine with catalytic converter. The unit is fueled by a 2.3 gallons fuel tank and is mated to an automatic twist and go transmission (CVT) with automatic dry centrifugal clutch with vibration dampers.

In terms of style, the Sport Special Edition comes with a series of special graphics, a single seat saddle with white piping, black wheels and a red spring.

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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.

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The Vespa LX 50 4 V has a long history behind it and since it was released for the first time more than 60 years ago, it has been constantly upgraded.

The scoter features a steel monocoque chassis and is powered by a 49.4 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valves, hi-per engine with catalytic converter. The unit is mated to an automatic twist and go CVT transmission with automatic dry centrifugal clutch. The scooter can hit a maximum speed of 39 mph which is kept under control by a front 200mm disc and a rear 110mm drum brake.

As far as wheels are concerned, the Vespa LX 504V rides on 11 inch front and 10 inch rear rims wrapped in 110/70 - 11" and 120/70 - 10" tubeless tires, respectively.

The Vespa LX 50 4V is offered with a base price of $3,499.

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Like any respectable scooter, the Vespa LX 150 was designed with efficiency and functionality in mind. Therefore, it features an ergonomic riding position, a spacious under seat storage and high levels of efficiency.

In terms of style, the new Vespa LX features a pretty retro design with a round headlight, the wide, protective steel legshield and lots of chrome details. You also get a set of 11” and 10” wheels which are combined with a front disc/rear drum brake system.

The ride is kept in check by a front link arm and a rear adjustable hydraulic monoshock.

The Vespa LX 150 IE is propelled by a 150cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke leader engine with catalytic converter. The unit generates a maximum output of 8,7 kw at 8,000 rpm (11.6 hp) and 11,5 Nm of torque at 6.250 rpm (8.4 ft-lb).

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The Vespa S 50 4V offers a perfect mix of modern technologies and retro lines. Its design language draws inspiration from the iconic models that made Vespa famous in the 1970s.

The scooter is built around a 50cc, four-stroke, four-valve engine which delivers more than enough power to help you deal great with the city traffic. For enhanced fuel efficiency, the engine is paired with a new four-valve timing system and is mated to a modern CVT transmission.

The engine can propel the scooter to a maximum speed of 62 kmph and delivers a fuel consumption of 37 km/l.

The scooter rides on a pair of lightweight wheels which are wrapped in 110/70 - 11" and 120/70 - 10" tubeless tires.

As far as prices are concerned the Vespa S 50 4V can be yours for no less than $3,399.

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With its retro design, relaxed riding position and lively engine, the Vespa 946 is a fairly practical scooter that is perfectly suited for the requirements of the city traffic.

At the heart of the Vespa 946 sits a 155 cc, single cylinder 4 stroke engine with catalytic converter and eletronic fuel injection. It is mated to an automatic CVT transmission and delivers a maximum speed of 57 Mph (93 Km/H). The unit is fueled by a 2.2 Gallons (8.5 Liters) fuel tank and delivers an efficiency of up to 117 Mpg (Up To 50 Km / L).

The scooter’s stopping power is handled by 220 mm dual-disk brakes which are paired with a two-channel ABS.

Other features worthy of being mentioned include ASR electronic traction control, a full LCD multifunction instrument panel, 12 inch wheels and LED headlights and taillights.

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Vespa revealed their new 2014 Primavera at this year’s EICMA motorcycle show. The new scooter is available with three engine versions including 50 cc, 125 cc and 150 cc units.

The 2014 Vespa Primavera comes with a completely new design and rides on a set of fresh 11 ” wheels. Once on board you are met by a comfy seat, generous storage spaces and an ergonomically designed handlebar. You also get a fresh dash which offers a perfect mix between modern and analog instrumentation and led daylight running lights.

For 2014 the Primavera comes with an increased wheelbase and length which improves the stability comfort and agility.

The stopping power is assured by a rear 140 mm drum which offer pretty sharp stopping performances.

For the moment we don’t have any price information but stay tuned for more details.

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The 2013 Vespa 946 is a small scooter that was especially developed to help you move with agility around the city.

As far as style is concerned, the Vespa 946 draws inspiration from the first Vespa prototype of 1946, featuring a retro design combined with a few contemporary lines.

The scooter’s distinctive element is its body which is technically a single steel and aluminium component which also has a supporting function. Thanks to its modern body and the intensive use of aluminum, the scooter has a very low curb weight which is combined with an upgraded 125cc, 3 valve, 4 stroke, air cooled engine to offer an impressive fuel consumption rated at 155 mpg.

In terms of power the 2013 engine rewards you with a maximum output of 11 hp - a 7.1 percent power increase compared to the previous generation.

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Thanks to is retro style the 2013 Vespa S is pretty easy to be distinguished in the crowd. This tiny scooter represents a modern interpretation of the 1970 Vespa models and features a classic design language combined with retro details that betray its old Italian origins. You also get a pair of black wheels that further enhance the Vespa S Sport’s elegance.

As far as ergonomics are concerned, the 2013 Vespa S is fitted with a decent seat wrapped in fake leather and a modern handlebar paired with an easy-to-read instrument panel. You’ll also like the spacious under seat storage and the roomy foot boards.

There two engine options available for the Vespa S Sport namely a 49.9 cc and a 150 c unit. Bothe versions are equipped with CVT transmissions.

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The Vespa GTV 300 IE is a stylish scooter developed for those who want a fast way of moving through the city.

The scooter draws inspiration from its ancestors and features a retro style mixed with a few modern accents that give it a contemporary feel. We especially like the headlight mounted on the front mudguard which is a reference to some of the first Vespas.

Once on board you are met by a two-seat saddle wrapped in eco-leather and a classic handlebar.

The Vespa GTV 300 IE is powered by a single-cylinder, catalysed, 4-stroke, 4-valves QUASAR engine with electronic injection. The engine is mated on a CVT automatic transmission and cranks out a maximum power of 15,8 kW at 7.500 rpm (21.1 hp) and 22,3 Nm of torque at 5.250 rpm (16.4 ft-lb).

The Vespa GTV 300 IE is offered with a starting price of $6999.

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