The new Vespa Primavera

The first Vespa Primavera emerged in 1968. The new Vespa Primavera adopts some of the style and technical features of the Vespa 946. The body and the front suspension of the Primavera are new. 

The heart of the Vespa Primavera 125/150 cc is a 4-stroke single cylinder air-cooled engine with a 3-valve (2 intake and 1 exhaust) single overhead cam and electronic fuel injection. The low fuel consumption figures (up to 1.56 l/100 km – 181 mpg Imperial at an average speed of 50 km/h-31 mph claimed figures) and lengthy maintenance gaps (service every 10,000 km) mean low running costs. For the young Vespa enthusiasts, the new Primavera offers the choice of two engines, both 58 cc: a fun, sparkling 2-stroke and a modern, advanced 4-stroke with 4-valve distribution. 

The 125 cc variant delivers 10.7 bhp/7700 rpm and 1.06 kgm/ 6000 rpm (7.7 lbs) torque, claimed figures. The engine of the Primavera 150 delivers 13 bhp/7750 rpm and 1.3 kgm/6500 rpm (9.4 ft lbs) torque, claimed figures. The dimensions of the wheels are 110/70-11” and 120/70-11” front and rear respectively. A 200 mm disc brake is equipped at the front and a 140 mm drum brake at the rear.


‘he new Piaggio Vespa Primavera will be introduced on November 5th (+ 2 photos)

Some spy shots are given below.


Scoop: A new Piaggio Vespa L◊?

These spy photos indicate that some changes are featured at the Piaggio Vespa LX. Since the LX 50/125/150 was introduced just in 2012, do these changes refer to styling or a new displacement will be presented? 
Whatever the case is, that looks like a LED taillight!