The Vespa LX150 i.e., Amazing Scooter

The Vespa LX150 i.e., a classic-design scooter which clearly was made to please the eyes. But Vespa didn't stop with just the visual aspect of the LX150 i.e., it is powered by a single-cylinder, four-stroke, SOHC 2-valve, 150cc engine with a specially designed ram-air with sound proof cover and integrated secondary air system. The engine produces about 12 horsepower at 8,000 rpm with 11.8 Nm torque at 6.250 rpm, what is pretty powerful for a scooter like the Vespa LX150 i.e..

For the chassis of the LX150 i.e., Vespa has created a load-bearing steel frame with welded structural supports. The front suspension is a single arm with helical spring and dual effect hydraulic single shock absorber, for the rear a helical spring with adjustable four-position pre-load and dual effect hydraulic single shock absorber. With an overall length of 1801mm and 740mm width, a seat height of 785mm and wheelbase of 1280mm the Vespa LX150 i.e. is a exciting scooter to ride in busy city traffic, fast, maneuverable in tight spaces, has a controlled ride and the suspension soaks up bumps well, and with its powerful brakes making it very stoppable... The Vespa LX150 i.e. has also a very comfortable seat and riding postion.
Attention to detail on the stylish Vespa LX150 i.e. is impressive, from the very Vespa characteristic tail light, to the Vespa logo's. Build quality seems a good amount ahead of the local competition. Only the name LX150 sounds a bit to modern for a this nice retro-looking-scooter. And before we forget it, the Vespa LX150 i.e. is equipped with one of the most eco-friendliest engines available, thanks to its modern fuel-injection and LEADER (low emission Advanced Engine Range) catalytic converter.

The Vespa LX150 i.e. is fun to ride and a very fuel efficient and safe way to get around town.
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Wednesday, 08 September 2010 @ 12:10 PM ICT
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