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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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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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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The new Vespa S reflects the same sporty and dynamic characteristics of the previous generation. Design and technology have been carefully considered to emphasize the essence and spirit of Vespa; design is in keeping with the classic Vespa, whilst technology is up to date.