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Vespa has been around for more than 50 years, producing its first
15 Vespa's in 1946 when it released a 98cc two-stroke engine that
have 3.5 horse power at 4,500 revs per minute. This model scooter
reached 60 kilometers per hour and was designed with three gears.
Only three years later there were more than 35,000 Vespa units had
been produced, providing easy transportation for people around
Europe. Just ten years after the first models were sold one
million units were produced. Before long, the Vespa scooter was
spread across Germany, France, Belgium, Great Britain, Spain,
Italy, India, and Indonesia.
The primary models became the most popular being the 125, which was
developed in 1948, the 150 GS made in 1955, and the 50cc in 1963,
the Primavera associated with 1968, and PX, which was developed in
1978 and continues to sell. These scooters have made an impressive
evolution with great success.
Made in Italy, the Vespa has a frame designed from pressed steel
monocoque, which is very durable. You can choose between a
two-stroke, a four-stroke single cylinder engine, a 49.4cc, and
149.58cc. This is a sleek design that comes with some incredible
features. You can enjoy mirrors, glove box, comfortable seat,
storage well, choice of paint colors and finishes, kick stand, and
a rear rack.
The Vespa scooter is classy and fun. Additionally, you can save a
fortune on fuel and enjoy the convenience of economical
transportation. The good news is that you do not have to travel to
Italy to purchase a Vespa scooter. There are dealers located
throughout the United States, primarily around the East Coast.
This scooter is a great alternative for getting around to those
nearby places, without the expense and bulk of an automobile. This
is a great option if you need to get around a small town or if you
live in a remote area. This scooter is easy to navigate, cost
effective, and once you try it, you will love this scooter.