SCOOT_WORKS on July 08, 2011, 11:40:11 AM
Look who's Back!!
Yes that's right Lambretta Scooters are back.

The re-launched brand has a new Lambretta LN 125cc scooter which is simply stunning, this Lambretta LN 125 is more faithful to the lines of the beautiful Lambrettas of the 1960's.

The LN125 is a steel body which gives it the looks of it's nostalgic past and keeps with the Lambretta heritage, but don't under estimate this scooter as underneath that cosmetically stunning exterior it is packed with a modern technology and a new 125cc automatic engine.

Displacement
   151cc
 
Engine
   4 stroke single cylinder
 
Power
   7,7 Kw -7500 rpm
 
Max Torque
   10,8 Nm - 6000 rpm
 
Cooling System
   Air
 
Starter
   Electric
 
Fuel System
   Fuel System Carburetor
 
Transmission
   Automatic twist and go
 
Front Suspension
   Telescopic Fork
 
Rear Suspension
   Single spring
 
Front Brake
    190mm disc
 
Rear Brake
   Drum
 
Front Tire
   Tubeless 110/70-12"
 
Rear Tire
   Tubeless 120/70-12"
 
Weight
   107 Kg
 
Fuel Tank Capacity
   6 litres
 
Length/Width/Height
   1930mm/530mm/1380mm
 



First Stella In Manila...

james bond on July 08, 2011, 06:39:50 PM
I got to browse over this piece of info from the net that might be of help;

'' LN125 scooter has been designed by Alessandro Tartarini (of Italjet fame), it is built in Taiwan and powered by a 125cc SYM-based four-stroke auto engine. The modern frame is made up of a mixture of both plastic and metal panelwork (the latter apparently produced in Italy). There is also an underseat plastic storage bay, while stopping power is via a single front disc and a drum brake at the rear. The Lambretta LN 125 will be followed later this year by the LN150. Then in early 2012, there will be a new version called the LS, which will be available in 50cc and 125cc twin-seated variants ''

"Set to be in the region of 3000 - 3300 in the UK.The engines are from SYM in Taiwan. They are variant of the old Honda GY6. Good engine and very reliable but not likely to be of the same quality as current Vespa engines."

VCOP-CEbu Vespa Owners

lex on July 17, 2012, 06:45:04 AM
I saw a Lambretta shop here in Vietnam, hindi ko lang napasok... WOW!






corlioni on July 17, 2012, 07:38:45 AM
sayang hindi mo napasok Lex. ano na kaya ang status ng 'rights' nila to carry the name Lambretta, i remember me issue about that last year.
I have seen life from both sides now.
On top of my Vespa...and from beneath it when I crashed.

doomzday on July 17, 2012, 10:49:31 AM
SYM engine?!?! you gotta be kidding me!  dapat pala ang pangalan nyan SYMbretta.  hehehehe
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projectV on July 17, 2012, 11:57:09 AM
ganda
V.C.O.P.

lex on July 25, 2012, 09:12:51 PM
sayang hindi mo napasok Lex. ano na kaya ang status ng 'rights' nila to carry the name Lambretta, i remember me issue about that last year.

Hindi ko na talaga napasok ulit Soc... pero may mga nakita ako sa daan sa vietnam.. maganda ah!   

iCeMaN on July 25, 2012, 09:51:56 PM
Same engine with the kymco like?

lex on July 25, 2012, 10:14:59 PM
designed by sym, not sure if the same engine

iCeMaN on July 25, 2012, 10:17:32 PM
Looks the same.

jester964 on July 26, 2012, 12:51:16 PM
SYM engine nya e...