- Engine: 125 Cc
- Mileage: 52 Kmpl
- Power: 9.9 bhp
- Weight: 114 Kg
Vespa Elegante Overview
The Vespa Elegante is the second limited edition Vespa that is offered by Piaggio Vehicles PvtLtd. The scooter remains unchanged on the mechanical front, and it makes use of the same 125cc engine. But it comes with a refurbished design. You can find a new, stylish split seat which is mounted over a common opening platform which hides a storage space. The bike comes in as many as 7 body paint options, including black, white, blue, silver, red and yellow. The amazing shades spoil buyers with options. This powerful and stylish scooter comes with a wide range of interesting features. There is a 4-stroke engine consisting of a 3-valve head and it has a displacement capacity of 125 cc. This automatic lifestyle scooter is actually the first ever scooter in India to come with a 3 valve engine head, and this makes it technologically stronger when compared to various other competing two-wheelers that are available in the market. The car comes with enough storage space under its seat and in the front.
Vespa Elegante Engine & Transmission
The Vespa Elegante is powered by a robust 4-stroke, 125cc, 3-valve head engine which is able to produce a peak torque output of 10.6 Nm at 6000 rpm and a maximum power yield of 10.06 PS at 7500 rpm. It has been paired with an automatic transmission gearbox system. The excellent performance of the 4-stroke, 125cc, 3-valve engine makes it ideal for most buyers in India.
Vespa Elegante Mileage
The vehicle engine is able to return a strong mileage of 60 kilometer per hour. It has an 8 liter tank and you will not have to stop for any less distance than 400-450 kilometers. However, the fuel economy may actually differ on the basis of length of your journey, vehicle condition, weather conditions, personal riding habits and more.
Vespa Elegante Performance and Handling
The engine performance is strong enough on any type of terrain. The is a delightful vehicle for riders who have a habit of going on long distance trips often, and look for a robust motorcycle to ride on. You can easily get through all the corners, whether it is a set of tight turns or a giant sweeping curve. You can steer the motorcycle quite easily and the handling is efficient in most road conditions. The self start option of the bike allows a hassle free ride from the initial stages. The kick start option can be very useful when it is stuck. The vehicle can be handled quite well, on the city roads as well as on the highways. Whether you are taking the two-wheeler on a short trip or a long one, you will find the bike to be excellent for riding on.
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