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The Vespa GTS 300 Super Sport SE is a classic-looking scooter equipped with modern technologies. In terms of style the scooter can be easily distinguished thanks to its retro lines and the fat front fender. You also get a classic, round headlight, a spacious saddle and a compact handlebar.

The Vespa GTS 300 Super Sport SE is propelled by a 278cc, single-cylinder, catalysed, 4-stroke, 4-valves QUASAR engine with electronic injection. The engine delivers 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). All its power is kept under control by a modern CVT transmission.

The scooter rides on 12 inch wheels and each wheel is fitted with a 220 mm disc brake.

The Vespa GTS 300 Super Sport SE is offered with a starting price of $6199.

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Vespa has a long history behind it and its modern scooters seem like a blast from the past, as they draw inspiration from their old predecessors.

However, despite their classic style, Vespa’s contemporary scooters are equipped with modern technologies which help them deliver first class performances when it comes to power and efficiency.

Talking about power the 2013 Vespa LX 50 4V is propelled by a Single-cylinder 4 stroke 4 valves HI-PER4 engine with catalytic converter. The engine has a capacity of 49.4 cc and delivers and an average fuel consumption of 85-90 mpg, while the maximum speed is rated at 39 mph. The engine’s power is kept in check by a smooth shifting CVT transmission, while the stopping power is handled by front discs and rear drums.

The 2013 Vespa LX 50 4V is offered with a starting price of $ 3399.

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Vespa is similar with the word classic as most of its models feature a retro design language mixed with a few contemporary lines. The minimalist styling of the Vespa S 50 4V draws inspiration from the legendary models of the 1970s. This model is one of the smallest scooters developed by the company and measures only 1755 mm long and 740 mm wide.

However these compact dimensions have their advantage when it comes to scooters, as they help you move through congested traffic situations without too much fuss.

As far as power is concerned, the scooter is equipped with a single-cylinder 4-stroke 4-valves HI-PER4 engine with catalytic converter. The 49.4 cc unit delivers an average fuel consumption of 85-90 mpg and sends the scooter to a maximum speed of 39 mph.

The Vespa S 50 4V can be yours for $3299.

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Meet the Vespa LX 150 IE, a compact scooter that is perfectly suited for city traffic.

In terms of design, the scooter features a retro style with curvy lines, a round headlight and a large front fender. It rides on tiny wheels wrapped in 110/70 - 11" front and 120/70 - 10" rear tubeless tyres.

One of the unique features of this scooter is its steel body that serves as a monocoque chassis offering a great rigidify that gives it good handling abilities.

The Vespa LX 150 IE is equipped with a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, LEADER engine with catalytic converter. The engine is mated on a CVT transmission and puts out a maximum power 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). The stopping power is handled by a front disc paired with a rear drum brake.

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Small agile and comfortable, the Vespa GTS 300 IE Super is an affordable scooter designed to help you move with agility around the city.

Its retro style is underlined by the old school front end, the short windscreen, stylish grill and the fat fenders. The scooter has also received two-color 12 inch alloy wheel rims that draw inspiration from the old Vespas.

As far as ergonomics are concerned you get a roomy seat, a handy handlebar and some generous under-seat storage.

The scooter is equipped with a single-cylinder, catalysed 4-stroke, 4-valves, QUASAR engine with electronic injection. The engine has a capacity of 278 cc and rewards you with a peak 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 engine is mated on an Automatic Twist and Go transmission with automatic dry centrifugal clutch.

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The Vespa GTS 300 IE is a retro scooter packed with more than enough power to reward its rider with a pretty thrilling riding experience.

In terms of style, we especially like the decisive lines of the cowls, the round and sloping front headlight, the short windscreen and the big front fender.

The Vespa GTS 300 IE features a monocoque body, made entirely from steel that gives it improved handling abilities and a better rigidity.

Once on board you are met by a comfortable saddle which together with the ergonomically designed handlebar gives you a fairly relaxed riding position.

The scooter is powered by a single-cylinder, catalysed, 4-stroke, 4-valves QUASAR engine with electronic injection. The engine has a capacity of 278 cc and delivers a maximum output of 15,8 kW at 7.500 rpm (21.1 hp) and 22,3 Nm at 5.250 rpm (16.4 ft-lb).

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The Vespa S 150 IE is a stylish scooter that features a minimalist design language with a retro feel.

At the heart of this bike lies a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, LEADER engine with catalytic converter. The engine has a total displacement of 150 cc and delivers a maximum power 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).

The engine’s power is kept in leash by an automatic Twist and Go transmission paired with an Automatic dry centrifugal clutch with vibration dampers.

To offer a comfortable riding position the Vespa S150 IE is equipped with a front dual-action hydraulic shock absorber and a rear dual action hydraulic monoshock.

The scooter rides on 11” front and 10“ rear wheels wrapped in 110/70 and 120/70 tubeless tires, respectivelly.

As far as prices are concerned the Vespa S 150 IE can be yours for $4499.

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Measuring 1800 mm long and 740 mm wide, the Vespa LXV 150 IE is a pretty compact scooter. Its small dimensions are paired with a retro style that gives it a pretty unique appearance. You also get a comfortable saddle, an ergonomically designed handlebar, spacious foot boards and a compact windscreen.

The Vespa LXV 150 IE is propelled by a single-cylinder 4-stroke LEADER engine with catalytic converter. The engine has a displacement of 150 cc and puts out a maximum power 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). The engine’s power is controlled by an automatic Twist and Go transmission. Perhaps it goes without saying that the 150cc unit offers low fuel consumption, smooth power delivery and a pretty good response being well suited for city riding.

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The English Brighton Marina played host to an array of bikers from around the country, but one stood out of crowd – big time!

As we’re led to believe, the Brightonia Motorcycle Festival is a well-frequented gathering of all on two, and even three wheels. The 2010 installment didn’t disappoint with hundreds of custom bikes, trikes, and choppers turning up to take part in the ceremonious burning of rubber while wearing as much leather as possible – obviously. The selection was vast, covering everything from Harleys and Buells to the wicked Jap high-revving superbikes and even modded Vespas (seriously)! The earlier-mentioned chopper that stood out of the crowd was this highly customized creation, featuring bone handlebars, a skull for a headlight – all in shiny chrome. We wonder whether the owner chromed the bits because they’re actual human body parts which he wanted to keep under wraps, or if his intentions were purely aesthetic. Or maybe he is the elusive “Bone Daddy” serial killer hiding in plain view, eh? Either way the Ghost Rider with chains and flaming skull have nothing on this guy!

Source: Automotto
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Remember the oldest trick in the book, the tablecloth one that BMW recently brought back in the attention of public with their S1000RR? Well, it has generated an online dispute regarding to whether it is real or not, so a couple of guys with their bellies plumped with barbeque have decided to make their own attempt with a 50cc Vespa scooter. More precisely, they laugh about BMW’s promotional video with this backyard spoof. Still, it’s funny…so enjoy!



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