CARNABY, I FEEL GOOD! The last high-wheel scooter model from Piaggio, is meant to fill the gap between the Beverly GT scooter and the compact Liberty urban scooter. A stylish way to get away from urban traffic congestions.

  • 2008 Piaggio Carnaby 125
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  • Engine:
    Single-cylinder Piaggio LEADER, 4-stroke, 4-valve
  • Transmission:
    Automatic CVT with torque server
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  • Displacement:
    124 L
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Are you a get-up-and-go sort of person? Then Piaggio has designed a user-friendly and relaxed means of transport with you in mind. Carnaby creates an instant appeal, with every detail being an expression of style and functionality.

The engine expresses power, tyres, brakes and chassis ensure grip and security while the shock absorbers provide maximum comfort in each type of road.

Carnaby is equipped with a propellant latest-generation 4-stroke, 4-valve Piaggio Leader, liquid cooled 125cc engine running at 15 hp, which meets Euro 3 emission standards and performs at the top of the category for a smooth and nippy ride.

Its sturdy high-resistance frame with a fork at 35mm in diameter, large 16” wheels, double shock absorber and spring system with four adjustable positions and powerful braking system ensure great stability on challenging roads and in any weather conditions, making the Carnaby a comfortable ride for rider and passenger.

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Carnaby will surprise you every time you go for a ride. Take its innovative shaped front lights or the spacious under-seat bay, big enough to hold a jet helmet, with two side pockets for smaller objects.

Its unique system Easy start ensures the regularity and the engine is started promptly in all kinds of conditions.

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Then there is the Easy box: a new integrated 38 litre top box with back rest designed to hold two jet helmets, with a quick and easy locking system operated by the scooter’s ignition key.
There’s also the Easy bag, a multipurpose waterproof easily detachable bag intelligently designed to create further space.

And the Easy cover: an innovative fold-away leg cover that can be used to channel warm air from the radiator, making Carnaby a pleasure to ride even in the cold winter months.
The two-tone, double stitched seat is wider, more comfortable and 790mm from the ground.
The instrument panel has been reviewed and the dash surrounding is now the same colour as the bodywork. The high windscreen is impact resistant and chip-proof.

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Light, agile, easy to ride and practical with unique and stylish features, the Carnaby is the ideal solution for commuters, and with its innovative accessories a perfect all year around scooter.

The wide range of accessories includes a series of functional items:

  • Easy bag: waterproof, detachable storage bag
  • Easy cover: foldaway leg cover
  • Easy box: 38-litre top box
  • Anti-scratch and anti-chip 4mm windshield
  • Disc-blocking silent alarm and
  • Electronic remote-controlled alarm
  • Scooter cover
  • Side stand
  • Child seat (3/8 years)



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Engine: Single-cylinder Piaggio LEADER, 4-stroke, 4-valve
Capacity: 124 cc
Bore / Stroke: 57mm / 48.6mm
Fuel: Unleaded petrol
Fuel supply: Carburettor
Ignition: CDI with variable ignition mapping
Starter: Electric
Cooling: Liquid
Gearbox: Automatic CVT with torque server 
Clutch: Dry automatic centrifugal
Frame: Single cradle in high-strength double steel tube
Front Suspension: Telescopic hydraulic fork, O 35 mm stanchions 104 mm wheel travel
Rear Suspension: Two dual-effect hydraulic shock absorbers with spring preload O 90mm wheel travel
Front brake: 260mm stainless steel disc
Rear brake: 260mm stainless steel disc
Front Tyre: Tubeless 110 / 70 - 16”
Rear Tyre: Tubeless 130 / 70 - 16”
Length / Width: 2.000 mm / 740 mm
Wheelbase: 1.365 mm
Saddle height: 790 mm
Running weight: 146 kg
Fuel tank capacity: 9 litres
Emission standards: Euro 3

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