scootmd on March 31, 2009, 04:31:03 PM
The appeal of the racing “Vespino” lives on in the shape of the all-new Vespa S. The minimalist design of the Vespa S traces its origins to legendary models such as the 50 Special and the Vespa Primavera.

Sport, dynamism and originality are the trademarks of the all-new Vespa S. Clean, essential lines provide a minimalist version of the original Vespa legend.

The reduced handlebar on the Vespa S holds a new rectangular headlamp. It’s not the first time we’re seeing a Vespa headlamp in this shape: Vespa fans will remember its use on the extraordinary 50 Special, a teenage icon in the Fabulous Seventies. The front shell is now bigger and hosts a new air intake that confers an aggressive touch to the frontal. 
Downsized to highlight the view of the suspension, the mudguard in a new shape features stylish chrome trim for a sleeker look. Its reduced size also puts the wheel and the light alloy wheel rims on display in a tribute to the Vespa S’s performance and technological content.

But it is the front shield that has gone through the most significant changes. It is back to being a two-dimensional structure: no plastics, only the pure lines that have always been the Vespa’s trademark. The very simple and minimal thickness of the shield make it a strong design element.
The seat has a new shape available: a two-seater for extra comfort and use with a passenger. It is impeccably clad in new upholstery with a classy clear trim to highlight the shape of the seat.
The rear end of the Vespa S has an all-new look: the shape is sleek and simple with a new tail light designed especially for this model to enhance its dynamism.
The minimalist yet striking design and simple yet stylish lines of the Vespa S evoke the fresh, dynamic look that made the Vespa the favourite ride of 1960s and 1970s teenagers.
The front wheel has a diameter of 11” to give the Vespa S stability and the rider an obvious feel of safety. The tubeless tyres measure 110/70 in front and 120/70 on the 10” rear wheel. The braking system is a conventional disk-drum combination. The stainless steel front 200 mm disk brake is gripped by a two-piston caliper and dependably backed up by a 110 mm drum. The 8.6 lire fuel tank is placed inside the chassis without however reducing the underseat storage bay, making it easy to access the engine.

The Vespa S is available in the 125 cc, on which the Vespa’s reputation was built. Light, speedy and very quick off the mark in town traffic, equipped with a modern, environment-friendly four-stroke engine, stands out for its performance, low running costs and total compatibility with the stringent Euro 3 emissions norms.

   VESPA S 125
Engine   :Single-cylinder 4 stroke LEADER, two-way catalytic converter and secondary air system
Bore/stroke   :57/48.6 mm
Displacement   :124 cc
Max power at crankshaft:7.6 Kw (10.3 hp) at 8,000 rpm
Max torque :9.6 Nm at 6,000 rpm

Fuel   :Unleaded
Valve train   :SOHC, two valve
Cooling   :Forced air
Starter   :Electric and kick starter
Lubrication   :Wet sump
Clutch   :Automatic dry centrifugal with damping plugs
Gears   :Twist-and-go CVT
Frame   :Sheet steel with welded reinforcements
Front suspension:   Singlearm with coil spring and dual effect single shock
Rear suspension   :Coil spring with adjustable preload and dual effect hydraulic single shock
Front wheel rim   :Die-cast aluminium alloy 2.50x11”
Rear wheel rim   :Die-cast aluminium alloy 3.10x10”
Front tyre:   Tubeless 110/70-11”
Rear tyre   :Tubeless 120/70-10”
Front brake:   ø 200 mm hydraulic steel disk
Rear brake   :ø 110 mm mechanical drum
Length/ width:   1,800/740 mm
Seat height   :785 mm
Wheelbase   :1,280 mm
Dry weight:   110 kg
Fuel tank capacity:   8.6 litres
Consumption (at 40 km/h):   39 km/l
Max speed   :91 km/h
Acceleration to 30 m:   4.6 sec
Emissions    :Euro 3

Available in a Limited Black edition only. Limited units available.

francis on March 31, 2009, 04:37:22 PM
how much?  ;D

doomzday on March 31, 2009, 04:46:02 PM
haw metz?

Daddy D on March 31, 2009, 04:51:39 PM

nani, can the Vespa S use E10? 

cuakks on March 31, 2009, 05:03:24 PM
How much pala at 125cc is it cheaper to an LX150?

nani, can the Vespa S use E10? 

OT:naku sir Dennis bagay sa yellow subamrine mo yan pag magkatabi sila sa garahe mo.. :D
2006 LX150 aka 'LeXie'
1998 PX150 aka 'PreXila'
1964 VBB150 aka 'Veronica'
"Vespa is not just a scooter its a lifestyle"

scootmd on April 02, 2009, 03:08:29 PM
in the showroom na po.

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scootmd on April 02, 2009, 03:14:37 PM
Eto pa po.

beachbum on April 02, 2009, 10:17:48 PM
I want!!!!
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nelyo on April 03, 2009, 10:37:10 AM
Me likey!!! Sana magkaroon ulit ng east west bank zero interest promo...haaay! :)

Maldito on April 04, 2009, 08:21:55 PM
Patay, nakita ni Misis.....For Sale Almost Bnew Vespa LX Plum Color (1st batch). Makati area driven only:p      Sold, Sky Blue Vespa S!!!!! Gastos nanaman si father!!!!!  Sige na, bilhin nyo na LX ng makabawas......hehehehehe

seksimekaniko on April 04, 2009, 08:26:36 PM
father, benta mo sakin mura LX mo. hahaha ;D

Maldito on April 04, 2009, 08:29:25 PM
Wow, napansin ko ulit, LX 150 pala sky blue and not an S....nice!!! Buti nalang, at least 150cc parin, pwedeng mahiram kay misis:p Bwahahahaha!!!

direkpal on April 04, 2009, 08:30:07 PM
fafi -
yung sky blue na color, LX yun.
black lang ang available color ng S.
ganda 'no?!
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doomzday on April 04, 2009, 08:43:42 PM
padre... bebenta mo ba talaga plum mo?  sayang !!!   pero paki PM sa kin kung magkano ah.  :)

Maldito on April 06, 2009, 08:44:39 PM
hahahaha, spent the whole afternoon sa 2211 with my wife. Sky blue is nice, But the creamy looks yummy....wifey, very happpyyyy!!!!!sama mo narin si Domsky!!!!!!!