Vespa GTS125 For Sale

The Vespa GTS125 is a learner friendly retro scooter and was first released in 2007 with a major update in 2015. It's powered by a 124cc single cylinder engine which puts out 15bhp and is also available as a 300 with 21bhp.

  • Looks good in Super mode, nippy
  • Underseat storage, small wheels, top speed

What Is It?

It's powered by a liquid cooled single cylinder 124cc four stroke engine, producing 14.8bhp at 9,750rpm and maximum torque at 7,500rpm. It's Euro 3 compliant and RRP is £3,970 or £4,220 for the 70th Anniversary edition.

Features include:

  • Steel frame
  • Automatic CVT gearbox
  • 220mm disc up front and at the rear
  • Double rear shock with 4 level pre-load adjustment
  • Lockable glovebox and two cubby holes
  • Bag hook
  • Fuel injection

The GTS125 is the base spec with cream seat, silver suspension spring, silver wheels and rear chrome luggage rack. The GTS125 Super doesn't have a luggage rack but does get black painted wheels, red suspension spring and black seat with white piping. The Supersport is basically the super with a few extra little details, such as graphics on the side, colour accents on the grill or coloured piping on the seat.

You can even connect your smartphone to the bike and use it as a computer to show revs, power, fuel consumption, battery voltage, tyre status (only with ABS/ASR) and more.

Accessories include a screen, top box, front luggage rack, seat cover, bar end lock and rear protection bars. ABS was an option 2014-2015 but made standard for 2016.

The five spoke 12" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 130/70 at the rear.

2015: Dual channel ABS with ASR traction control standard. Also USB port added to glove box, underseat storage now takes two open face helmets, LED running lights in indicators, new dash, Multimedia Platform. Front suspension upgraded.

  • GTS125: Black, orange, red, blue
  • GTS125 Super: Black, blue, red, white

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Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2007 £1,700 £1,350 £1,200 17,400
2008 £1,750 £1,400 £1,200 15,800
2009 £1,800 £1,450 £1,250 14,200
2010 £1,950 £1,550 £1,350 12,600
2011 £2,100 £1,650 £1,450 10,900
2012 £2,250 £1,800 £1,600 9,200
2013 £2,500 £2,000 £1,750 7,600
2014 £2,750 £2,200 £1,950 5,900
2015 £3,100 £2,450 £2,150 4,200
2016 £3,400 £2,750 £2,400 4,100
2017 £3,800 £3,050 £2,650 3,100
2018 £4,200 £3,400 £2,950 2,100

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Availability

How many bikes like this are around, by year of production, including those licensed for use on the road and those off the road with a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN).

Year On The Road Off The Road Total Around
2007 200 41 241
2008 230 48 278
2009 237 43 280
2010 292 47 339
2011 288 50 338
2012 233 38 271
2013 292 23 315
2014 319 14 333
2015 369 3 372