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Piaggio India launches Vespa scooters in Nepal

Piaggio India launches Vespa scooters in Nepal

Snapshot: Vespa VX and Vespa S will be available in Nepal at the price tag of 249,946 NPR for Vespa VX and 263,946 NPR for Vespa S

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When it comes to scooters, Vespa has been ruling hearts around the world for more than a half century now. These scooters are known for their unique sense of styling, brilliant performance and class apart looks. Stefano Pelle, the Managing Director of Piaggio India launched the Vespa range in an exclusive launch event in Kathmandu, Nepal.

On the launch, Pelle said, “This event is particularly important for the Piaggio Group that is very focused on this part of Asia in its globalisation strategies. Piaggio India is now pioneering the premium bike segment in the two-wheeler market in Nepal. This country always demands and expresses style. The youth here have a great fashion sense of their own, which is why we think that Vespa will fit perfectly as a brand. We are certain that Vespa will allure the youth with its unmistakable style and Italian charm. It has been our endeavour to provide best quality product and service and Nepal will be no exception. We look forward to receiving a great response on this new venture." 

The scooters will be sold in Nepal through Vespa’s official dealer D-Lifestyles, a conglomerate of Dev Jyoti Group. Vespa VX and Vespa S will be available in Nepal at the price tag of 249,946 NPR for Vespa VX and 263,946 NPR for Vespa S. Vespa VX will be sold in 5 different color schemes including Lime Yellow, Portovenere Green, Dragon Red, Monte Bianco White and Midnight Blue. While there will be four colors available in Vespa S including Taormina Orange, Monte Bianco White, Dragon Red and Matt Black.

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