The 2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V is the newest motorcycle launched by Piaggio. The scooter was designed with practicality and simplicity in mind and thanks to its versatile character can appeal to a wide range of riders. Perhaps it goes without saying that the new Fly 50 4V incorporates all the technical values and the tasty design language which made Piaggio famous.

The 2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V is powered by a Single cylinder, 4-stroke, 49.9 cc engine which puts out 8.5 kW at 7,750 rpm and 3.5 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. The company says that the engine has enough grunt to propel the scooter to a maximum speed of 39 mph.

As far as suspensions go the motorcycle is fitted with a telescopic hydraulic fork up front and a rear hydraulic shock absorber, which offers a wheel of travel 73 mm.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V.

  • 2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V
  • Year:
    2012
  • Make:
  • Engine:
    Single-cylinder, four-stroke Piaggio HI-PER4
  • Transmission:
    Dry automatic centrifugal type
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    7 @ 7750
  • MPG(Cty):
    110
  • MPG(Hwy):
    115
  • Torque @ RPM:
    3 @ 6500
  • Displacement:
    50 cc
  • Top Speed:
    39 mph
  • Price:
    2199
  • Price:

KEY FEATURES

2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V Exterior
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The Fly 50 inherits Piaggio’s tradition of success, using the latest technology and design trends. The result is a reliable vehicle for everyday riding that stands out for its style, comfort and ease of use. Light, compact, and agile, the Fly is easy to use, simple to park, and offers excellent power-to-weight ratio for enhanced performance. With 12" alloy wheels and front disc brakes it may be the best value in the market.

2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V Exterior
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The company is betting that the Fly 50’s strong heritage - plus its sturdy frame, adult-rated supsension and front disc brake - will sway buyers away from less expensive alternatives. Factor in a halogen headlight, a two-up seat and comprehensive instrumentation as standard equipment, and Piaggio looks to have a pretty persuasive argument.

MAINTENANCE

2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V Exterior
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625 MILES Time for your first full service
2,000 MILES Time for your second service. Check, clean or replace your oil if necessary (check it every 2000 miles)
4,000 MILES Time for your third full service
6,000 MILES Time for your fourth full service
8,000 MILES Time for your fifth full service
EVERY TWO YEARS MILES Check, clean or replace your brake fluid

SPECIFICATIONS

2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V Exterior
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ENGINE TYPE Single-cylinder, four-stroke Piaggio HI-PER4
CYLINDER CAPACITY 49.9 cc
BORE X STROKE 1.5" x 1.6"
MAX POWER AT SHAFT 8.5 kW at 7,750 rpm
MAX TORQUE 3.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm
MAX SPEED 39 mph
FUEL TANK CAPACITY 1.9
GAS MILEAGE 110-115 mpg
DISTRIBUTION Single overhead camshaft SOHC with two valves
COOLING SYSTEM Forced air
LUBRICATION Wet sump
IGNITION Electronic
GEARS CVT automatic ratio variator (’Twist ’n go’)
CLUTCH Dry automatic centrifugal type
CHASSIS Tube type
FRONT SUSPENSION Telescopic hydraulic forks, 32 mm
REAR SUSPENSION Hydraulic single shock absorber
FRONT BRAKE Disc 200 mm
REAR BRAKE Drum 140 mm
FRONT TIRE 120/70, 12"
REAR TIRE 120/70, 12"
LENGTH 74"
WIDTH 28.9"
WHEELBASE 52.4"
SEAT HEIGHT 30.9"
DRY WEIGHT 220
TYPE APPROVAL EPA and CARB
COLORS Midnight Blue, White, Gray

QUOTES

2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V High Resolution Exterior
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Bikez ---- "The Fly 50 inherits Piaggio´s tradition of success, using the latest technology and design trends. The result is a reliable vehicle for everyday riding that stands out for its style, comfort and ease of use."

Totalmotorcycle ---- "Piaggio Fly is the global scooter from Piaggio, designed and built for the entire world. Easy and safe, from the very first version Fly has embodied the spirit of Piaggio, one of the great global players in the scooter sector, whose mission is to meet the needs and desires of extremely wide ranges of users in every country in the world."

2012 Piaggio Fly 50 4V High Resolution Exterior
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