Vespa 98 (1946-1948)

Vespa 98, 1946 - The first Vespa. It was powered by a 98 cc engine that delivered 3.2 bhp at 4,500 rpm with a top speed of 60 km/h. It was in production for two years: in 1946 vehicles no. 1 to no. 2,464 were produced, and no. 2,465 to no. 18,079 in 1947.  View 98 details

Vespa 125 Bacchetta (1948-1950)

Vespa 125, 1948 - The first Vespa 125 cc. It differed from the 98 not only in engine size, but also for the introduction of rear suspension; the front suspension was also modified.  View 125 Bacchetta details

Vespa 125 (1950-1957)

Vespa 125, 1953 - This marked the first important change to the engine: bore, stroke and timing gear were modified. Power output increased to 5 bhp at 5,000 rpm, and top speed to 75 km/h. The design of the fairing at the rear was also new.  View 125 details

Vespa 125U Utilitara(1953-1953)

Vespa 125 U, 1953 - The "Utility" version with spartan styling, which sold at 20,000 lire less than the more modern Vespa 125 model. The headlamp appeared high up on the handlebar for the first time in Italy (it had already been introduced on a number of exported models).  View 125U details

Vespa 125n Motovespa Motovespa 125n(1953-1964)

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Vespa 150 (1954-1967)

Vespa 150 different improved performance, but also - a headlamp mounted high above the wheel. Starting price Vespa 150 in 1956 amounted to 148,000 pounds. Vespa 150 in 1956, ten years after the birth of the first model, the factory in Pontedera reaches millions selling Vespa.  View 150 details

Vespa 150gs Gran Sport(1955-1961)

Vespa 150 GS, 1955 - Experts called it "the most popular, imitated and remembered vespa model". There were numerous innovations: the 150 cc engine, 4-speed gearbox, standard long saddle, "faired" handlebar-headlamp unit, wheels with 10" tyres. This Vespa could reach 100 km/h. The design also changed, with a much more aerodynamic body.  View 150gs details

Vespa 125s Motovespa Motovespa 125s(1955-1959)

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Vespa 125 (1957-1965)

Produced in two colors, gray and beige, Vespa 125cc in 1958 marked a new era. Was released on the first Vespa model (98) base, now connects the two steel sheets together and forming, in consequence, one-piece body. This type had significant advantages in terms of industrial production, and in 1958 was used on all models. With the new design was invented by a new engine, it has become more compact.  View 125 details

Vespa 150GL Gran Luxe, Gran Lusso(1957-1965)

Vespa 150 GL, 1963 - Another new design for what has been called "one of the best-looking Vespas produced by Piaggio designers". The handlebar, trapezoid headlamp, front mudguard and trimmed-down rear lids were all new.  View 150GL details

Vespa 125 GT Gran Turisimo(1961-1973)

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Vespa 150s Motovespa 150s(1961-1965)

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Vespa 160GS (1962-1964)

Vespa 160 GS, 1962 - This was born to continue the market success of the first GS, with a completely new design. The exhaust silencer, carburettor and suspension were also new. The power output was 8.2 bhp at 6,500 rpm.  View 160GS details

Vespa 125l Motovespa Motovespa 125l(1962-1965)

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Vespa 150l Motovespa 150L(1962-0)

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Vespa 150f Motovespa 150F(1962-1962)

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Vespa 50n Normale(1963-1971)

Vespa 50, 1964 - The first Vespa 50 cc, created to exploit the new Italian Highway Code, which made a number plate obligatory on larger engines. Extremely versatile and reliable, the engine featured a new layout, with the cylinder inclined 45° instead of horizontal. It was the last design to leave Corradino D'Ascanio's drawing board.  View 50n details

Vespa 50s (1963-1993)

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Vespa 90 (1963-1986)

Vespa 90 was produced with the Vespa 50 in 1963. Model sold in one (blue) color, and was aimed at the entire spectrum of the market (24,000 models). Vespa 90 valued buyers because of the low prices and the quality of performance, fuel consumption was very economical which also affected the demand. The body design of the model is very convenient, many have used it to move together. The company's engineers have taken into account this fact in future production, strengthening the body frame scooter.  View 90 details

Vespa 180SS Super Sport(1964-1968)

Vespa 180 SS, 1965 - It marked a new milestone in the growth of the engine (181.14 cc), with 10 bhp for a top speed of 105 km/h. The 180 SS (Super Sport) replaced the glorious GS 150/160 cc. Piaggio modified the front cowling, making it more aerodynamic and significantly improving comfort, handling and roadholding.  View 180SS details

Vespa 125 Primavera (1965-1983)

Vespa 125 Primavera, 1968 - Together with the subsequent PX version, it was the most durable version of the Vespa. It derived from the "new" 125, but with considerable differences in the engine, which raised the top speed by 10 km/h. Great attention was paid to details, which included the classic, practical bag hook.  View 125 Primavera details

Vespa 125s 125 Super(1965-1969)

Vespa 125, 1966 - Unofficially known as the "new 125", it featured radical innovations in the design, frame, engine (inclined 45°) and suspension.  View 125s details

Vespa 50ss Super Sprint(1965-1971)

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Vespa 90ss Super Sprint(1965-1971)

Vespa Super Sprint 90, 1966 - A special series derived from the Vespa 50/90 cc and the "new" 125, the hold-all was positioned between the saddle and the handlebar for a more "laid-back" riding style. The handlebar was narrow and low, and the mudguard and cowling were streamlined. With an engine capacity of only 90 cc, it could do 93 km/h.  View 90ss details

Vespa 150 Super Super(1965-1979)

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Vespa 150 Sprint (1965-1974)

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Vespa 50l (1966-1970)

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Vespa 125 GTR Gran Turisimo Sprint Veloce(1968-1978)

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Vespa Rally 180 (1968-1973)

Vespa 180 Rally, 1968 - With this new vehicle, Piaggio extended the rotary timing fuel feed system to its entire production. The engine was new, the front headlamp new and more powerful, the frame, derived from the Vespa 150 Sprint, narrower and more aerodynamic than that of the Super Sport.  View Rally 180 details

Vespa 50r (1969-1983)

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Vespa 50 Special 50n Special(1969-1983)

Sold since 1969 till 1982, Vespa 50 was focused mainly on the youth market, this updated model changes were steering, front and rear fog lights. Vespa 50 Special as in 1969 successfully sold, the design is almost not changed but the technical component has undergone changes in the form of an electric starter and that was the most special feature of this model. From 1969 to 1973 the company focused on the sale of just such kinds of models.  View 50 Special details

Vespa 50 Elestart (1969-1976)

Vespa 50 Elestart, 1970 - It featured the great novelty of electric ignition, but the design was also completely revised and embellished compared to the 50 Special.  View 50 Elestart details

Vespa 150 Sprint Veloce (1969-1979)

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Vespa 160 Motovespa 160 GT160 GTi160(1969-1979)

Definitely a weird one - electronic ignition similar to Serveta Lambrettas, but still piston ported. The body is basically a Sprint but the engine is a weird hybrid of old and new technology  View 160 details

Vespa Rally 175 (1970-1973)

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Vespa 50 Sprinter (1971-1979)

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Vespa 90r Racer(1971-1974)

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Vespa Rally 200 (1972-1979)

Vespa 200 Rally, 1972 - The Vespa with the largest engine. This model, with 12.35 bhp at 5,700 rpm, could reach 116 km/h.  View Rally 200 details

Vespa 125 TS Turismo Sport(1975-1978)

A curiosity appeared in 1975 with the Vespa 125 TS Turismo Speciale (VNL3T). Here the chassis and suspension of the Vespa Rally are combined with the 125cc engine with three overflows.  View 125 TS details

Vespa 125 Primavera ET3 Elettronica Travasi 3 - Electronic 3 Ports(1976-1983)

Vespa 125 Primavera ET3, 1976 - The name stood for "Electronic 3 intake ports", and included important changes to the engine, which had more power and sparkle. Even the styling was changed from the standard Primavera (which remained in the range).  View 125 Primavera ET3 details

Vespa P200e (1977-1982)

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Vespa PX125 (1977-1982)

Presented at the Milan Show in 1977 as a new model, Vespa P125X more focused on the youth market. Square lines and larger chassis make Vespa P125X more recognizable. Speedometer on the steering wheel has been completely redesigned, making the model to some extent innovation. Undergone modernization and front suspension, which was equipped updated telescopic shock absorbers. Engine displacement of 125cc suited the younger generation of buyers and dispersal capacity.  View PX125 details

Vespa 100 (1978-1993)

For a basis of model Vespa 100 Sport engineers and designers have taken a model Piaggio Vespa 90. Vespa Model 100 Sport has become popular in the U.S. market due to the fact that the legislation allowed America to use the engines of 100cc. Capacity increase from 90 to 100 cc was achieved by increasing the cylindrical vessel.  View 100 details

Vespa P150x (1978-1981)

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Vespa P150s (1978-1990)

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Vespa 200 DS / 200 DN Motovespa 200 DS/DN(1978-0)

The first model in Spain is 200 DS, (without light indicator, handlebar one piece, Femsa electronic group, speedo trapezoidal...), the second is 200DN, (With light indicator, speedo rounded...)  View 200 DS / 200 DN details

Vespa P80x (1980-1984)

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Vespa PX150e (1981-1985)

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Vespa PX80e (1981-1983)

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Vespa PX125e (1981-1984)

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Vespa PX200e (1982-1986)

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Vespa PK50 (1982-1987)

Vespa PK 50, 1983 - Substantially identical to the PK 125 model, it appeared in two models, PK 50 and PK 50 S, both with 4-speed gearbox and electronic ignition.  View PK50 details

Vespa PK50s (1982-1986)

Vespa PK 50 S, 1983 - Substantially identical to the PK 125 model, it appeared in two models, PK 50 and PK 50 S, both with 4-speed gearbox and electronic ignition.  View PK50s details

Vespa PK80s (1982-1986)

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Vespa PK100s (1982-1987)

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Vespa PK125 (1982-1985)

Vespa PK 125, 1983 - This replaced the Vespa Primavera (standard and ET3), which remained in production with the "Classic" body for the Japanese market, where it was the best-selling Western two-wheeler vehicle. The styling was new, and the PK body was completely different from that of previous scooters, because the welds of the body no longer overlapped but were integral.  View PK125 details

Vespa PK125s (1982-1986)

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Vespa PX150e Arcobaleno (1983-1993)

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Vespa PK80s Elestart (1983-1984)

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Vespa PX100e (1983-1985)

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Vespa PK125s automatica (1983-1984)

Vespa PK 125 Automatic, 1984 - An automatic transmission was introduced on the Vespa, probably the most radical change (at least for the driver) since 1946. The presence of the automatic transmission was emphasised by the absence of the brake pedal, which was replaced by a lever on the left handlebar (which did not have to control the clutch as that was automatic). It was also available with automatic oil-petrol mixer and electric ignition. The following year the Vespa PK 50 Automatic was launched.  View PK125s automatica details

Vespa PK125s Automatica Elestart (1983-1984)

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Vespa PK50S Elestart (1983-1986)

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Vespa PX80e Arcobaleno (1983-1993)

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Vespa PX200e Arcobaleno (1983-1993)

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Vespa PK100s Elestart (1983-1986)

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Vespa PK125s Elestart (1983-1986)

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Vespa PX125e Arcobaleno (1983-1992)

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Vespa PK50ss (1983-1987)

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Vespa PK50ss elestart (1983-1986)

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Vespa PX150e Arcobaleno Elestart (1984-1993)

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Vespa PK80s automatica (1984-1984)

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Vespa PK80s Automatica Elestart (1984-1986)

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Vespa PK125ets (1984-1985)

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Vespa PK50s Automatica Automatica PK50s(1984-1984)

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Vespa PK50s Automatica Elestart Automatica PK50s Elestart(1984-1986)

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Vespa PX200e Arcobaleno Elestart (1984-1993)

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Vespa PX80E Arcobaleno Elestart (1984-1993)

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Vespa PX125e Arcobaleno Elestart (1984-1993)

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Vespa PK50ss Automatica (1984-1984)

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Vespa PK50ss Automatica Elestart (1984-1984)

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Vespa PK100s Automatica (1984-1984)

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Vespa PK50xl (1985-1993)

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Vespa PX125T5 5 Travasi - 5 ports(1985-1993)

Vespa T 5 Pole Position, 1985 - The T 5 was the "extra-sporty" version of the PX series. With a new engine, aluminium cylinder and 5 intake ports, but the design was also new, particularly at the rear and around the front headlamp which incorporated an aggressive dome with a small Plexiglas windscreen. A spoiler was added on the cowling. Aggressive lines in the design, the windshield and digital tachometer betrayed him sporty character. At this time occurred Piaggio tough competition from the part of Japan, where the quality of performance and style is not inferior to the Italian manufacturer. Despite this Piaggio decided on bold steps, creating a new model, without fear of criticism on the part of the buyer.  View PX125T5 details

Vespa PK50xl Elestart (1985-1993)

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Vespa PX125T5 Elestart (1985-1990)

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Vespa PK100xl (1986-1990)

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Vespa PK125XL (1986-1993)

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Vespa PK125XL Elestart (1986-1993)

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Vespa PK50xl plurmatic (1986-1989)

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Vespa PK50XL Plurimatic Elestart (1986-1993)

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Vespa PK50xls (1986-1993)

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Vespa PK125XL Plurimatic Plurmatic - automatic transmission(1987-1992)

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Vespa PK125XL Plurimatic Elestart (1987-1989)

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Vespa PK50xls plurmatic (1987-1987)

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Vespa PK50XLS Plurimatic Elestart (1987-1989)

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Vespa Cosa125 (1987-1995)

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Vespa Cosa125 Elestart (1987-1995)

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Vespa Cosa150 (1988-1995)

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Vespa Cosa200 (1988-1995)

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Vespa PK50xl Rush (1988-1989)

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Vespa PK50xl Rush Elestart (1988-1988)

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Vespa PK50n Nuova(1989-1990)

Vespa 50 N, 1989 - The changes to the Italian Highway Code meant that 50 cc vehicles were no longer bound by the 1.5 bhp limit, and Piaggio presented a new small Vespa with improved performance (over 2 bhp at 5,000 rpm), and new, smoother styling. A "Speedmatic" automatic version was also launched.  View PK50n details

Vespa PK50n speedmatic (1989-1990)

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Vespa 50 Automatica (1990-1993)

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Vespa PK125fl2 Elestart (1990-1996)

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Vespa PK50XL FL 50 FL(1990-1990)

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Vespa PK125fl2 Plurmatic (1991-1996)

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Vespa PK125fl2 Plurmatics (1991-1996)

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Vespa PK50XL HP (1991-1991)

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Vespa PK50fl2 (1992-1996)

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Vespa PK50fl2 Speedmatics (1992-1996)

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Vespa PX125 Classic (1993-1996)

Vespa PX150 Classic (1993-1996)

Vespa PX200 Classic (1993-1996)

Vespa ET4 50 (1996-2004)

Vespa ET4 50cc, 2000 - The first small Vespa with a 4-stroke engine, combining lively performance that will make no one regret the 2-stroke with quiet running and the reduction of polluting emissions. Fuel economy is outstanding: the Vespa ET4 50 has the highest range in the 50 cc class, with approx. 500 km on a full tank.  View ET4 50 details

Vespa ET4 125 (1996-2005)

Vespa ET4 125cc, 1996 - The "new generation Vespa" launched on the 50th anniversary. A completely new project, it is the first Vespa ever powered by a 4-stroke engine. The Vespa ET is equipped with a front disk brake and an automatic CVT gearbox.  View ET4 125 details

Vespa ET2 50 (1997-2005)

Vespa ET2 50cc, 1997 - Same as the ET4 125, but with a 50cc 2-stroke catalysed engine.  View ET2 50 details

Vespa PX125 Disco (1997-1999)

Vespa PX150 Disco (1997-1999)

Vespa PX200 Disco (1997-1999)

Vespa ET4 150 (1999-2005)

Vespa ET4 150cc, 1999 - First Piaggio scooter modelequipped with the new generation 4-stroke Leader engine, now on the 125cc model too.  View ET4 150 details

Vespa PX125 Catalyzed (1999-2001)

Vespa PX, 2001 - Classic design and unique features such as a four-speed gearbox have made the Vespa PX a cult scooter, a symbol of Italian style everywhere in the world. The 2-stroke 125, 150 and 200cc engines (displacements vary according to markets) with forced air cooling have electronic CDI ignition and electric start with a kick starter. The new PX now sports a powerful stainless steel front disc brake, 200 mm in diameter, guaranteeing prompt, safe and efficient braking. A reliable 150 mm reardrummodulates braking.  View PX125 Catalyzed details

Vespa GTL125 (2003-2012)

Vespa Granturismo 200L and 125L, 2003 - In 2003, the Granturismo made its appearance as the most powerful Vespa ever produced. In 200L and 125L versions, it combines the Vespa's emotional appeal with state-of-the-art technology: this was the first-ever Vespa to have sparkling four-stroke, four-valve, liquid-cooled engines that meet the new Euro2 emissions standards, as well as 12-inch wheels on the 200L and a two-disk brake system. The steel body is a uniquely Vespa touch

Vespa GTL200 (2003-2012)

Vespa Granturismo 200L and 125L, 2003 - In 2003, the Granturismo made its appearance as the most powerful Vespa ever produced. In 200L and 125L versions, it combines the Vespa's emotional appeal with state-of-the-art technology: this was the first-ever Vespa to have sparkling four-stroke, four-valve, liquid-cooled engines that meet the new Euro2 emissions standards, as well as 12-inch wheels on the 200L and a two-disk brake system. The steel body is a uniquely Vespa touch

Vespa LX 50 (2005-2012)

Vespa LX 50 has 2 and 4 stroke models. LX series replaces the glorious Vespa ET series models.  View LX 50 details

Vespa LX125 (2005-2012)

Vespa LX 125 is equipped with advanced high-spirited engine series "Leader" (Low Emission Advanced Engine Range) of 125 cc, which gives him confidence and agility in city traffic.  View LX125 details

Vespa GTS200 (2005-2012)

Vespa LX 150 (2005-2012)

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Vespa GTS 250 (2005-0)

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Vespa GTS 250 ie (2005-0)

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Vespa LXV50 (2006-2012)

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Vespa LXV125 (2006-2012)

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Vespa GTV125 (2006-2012)

Vespa GTV250 (2006-2012)

Vespa GT250 60* (2006-2012)

Vespa S50 (2007-2010)

Vespa S125 (2007-2010)

Vespa S150 (2007-2010)

Vespa S125 i.e. (2007-2010)

Vespa GTS 300 Super (2009-2013)

Vespa GTS125Super GTS Super 125(2009-2013)

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