The Vespa VXL 150 is the protagonist of cultural and social revolutions. In this digital and social era, a world without barriers, it speaks as an icon of unique design and values, it is powered by a 150cc engine which is very powerful and the design is social media-friendly. This machine is the elder sibling of Vespa VXL 125cc, Let’s look into the specifications to know more.
Vespa VXL 150 carries forward the legacy of Stylish Vespa scooters. The Vespa VXL’s new-age design is very catchy almost all the models are very stylish, it is launched as a 75th-anniversary edition. The grab rail is very helpful to handle the scooter and the only update is the engine power is increased to 150cc.
The scooter is powered by 150cc Engine Power 7.4 kW @ 6750 rpm and Torque 10.9Nm @ 5000 rpm. Which produces a powerful displacement on acceleration and 3 Valve, Aluminium Cylinder Head, Overhead Cam, and Roller Rocker Arm, Map Sensing and Variable Spark Timing Management.
The Body construction of the scooter is a Monocoque Full-Steel Body construction with overall dimensions of (L x B x H)- 1770 x 690 x 1140. Along with Aircraft Derived single sidearm front Suspension with Anti-Drive characteristics and Rear suspension with Dual-Effect Hydraulic Shock absorber.
Fuel tank capacity is given as 7.4L which is very great for the city rides and the stability is given as Link spring mechanism between engine and frame provide amazing balance by balancing of mechanical trail and the stabilizing torque which offers low-speed balance, accurate steering, and high-speed stability. Along, with Single channel ABS.
The Scooter is available in six colors White, Matt Black, Yellow, Red, Maze Gray, and Azzurro Provenza and the Ex-Showroom price is between ₹1.29 lakhs – ₹1.39 lakhs.
Vespa bikes (meaning wasp) is an Italian brand of scooter having 70+ years of rich legacy behind them. They officially entered the Indian arena through the Indian Auto Expo 2012 by none other than their manufacturers Piaggio. Vespa’s history in India was much deeper as in 1960 they tied up with Bajaj and later with LML and continued till 1999. The great thing about the introduction of Vespa bike models in India is that customers are now having wider choice options and that too premium quality scooters to purchase. This one is all about class with rich history very much embedded in the design.
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