- Engine: 125 - 150 Cc
- Mileage: 59 Kmpl
- Power: 9.9 - 11.8 bhp
- Weight: 114 Kg
- Sturdy Built
- 150cc Being The First Of Its Kind In The Country
- Available In A Multitude Of Colour Palette
- Good Mileage
- Low Ground Clearance
Vespa VXL Overview
Vespa has created a niche for itself alongside players like TVS and Honda in the Indian scooter segment. This Italian marquee is known for scooters that sport retro styling and exude a youthful appeal. Thus, another addition to the company’s portfolio, Vespa VXL, in both 150cc and 125cc variants, holds on its own amidst competition with classy styling and premium design.
Vespa VXL Engine & Transmission
Vespa VXL 150cc is powered by a 3 valve four-stroke single cylinder carburettor fed air-cooled power mill that produces 9.92bhp of maximum power at 7000rpm and a peak torque of 10.9Nm at 5500rpm, respectively. On the other hand, the 125cc variant too rides on the same engine configuration but produces 9.52bhp at 7500rpm of maximum power and 9.9Nm at 6000rpm of peak torque. Both engines are mated to an automatic CVT gearbox system.
Vespa VXL Exterior
The new Vespa SXL stands in a league of its own with it’s out of the box retro looks. It sports a round headlight with a chrome strip wrapped around to give it a classy appeal. Both the scooters (125cc and 150cc) looks exactly the same and there is nothing much that can differentiate them both. Also, it comes with a semi-digital instrument console showing all the information in a highly readable format.
Vespa VXL What we think
The new Vespa VXL scooters come out as a brilliant proposition for people looking out to buy a classic scooter with a retro appeal. It boasts a very distinctive design which makes it truly unique in its segment.
Vespa VXL Mileage
Vespa scooters are renowned for being frugal in fuel efficiency, and Vespa VXL (150cc and 125cc) too does not promise otherwise. However, Vespa has not revealed anything about the mileage that this two-wheeler is supposed to offer.
Vespa VXL Performance and Handling
Vespa VXL is a delight to ride with cushy seats, gripping handles and a semi-digital at the rear providing the right conditions for a carefree ride. The chrome plated rear view mirrors and semi-digital information console keep you in control. The bumps and potholes on the way are taken care by the suspensions aircraft derived single side-arm with anti-dive characteristics at the front and a dual effect hydraulic shock absorber at the rear, respectively.
Vespa VXL Braking & Safety
The scooter packs 200mm front disc brakes and 140mm rear drum brakes, which promises to deliver a strong braking experience. Also, the company plans to update its full line-up with ABS by the 2018 end for maximum safety.
Vespa VXL Users Reviews (3 reviews)
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