Vespa GTS300 For Sale

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Vespa GTS300
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Current Prices: £4,700–£2,000
Insurance Costs: 3 of 10

What Is It?

The Vespa GTS300 is an A2 licence friendly retro scooter and is powered by a Euro 3 compliant liquid cooled single cylinder 278 cc four stroke engine, producing 21.2 bhp at 7,600 rpm and maximum torque at 5,000 rpm.

Features include:

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

The GTS300 is the base spec with cream seat, silver suspension spring, silver wheels and rear chrome luggage rack. The GTS300 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.

The GTS300 Touring (2013 On) is the same as the base spec but includes a screen and front luggage rack. These can of course be added as options to the Super.

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

Accessories include a screen, top box, front luggage rack, seat cover, bar end lock and rear protection bars.

  • GTS300: Black, grey, blue, brown
  • GTS300 Super: Black, blue, red, white, grey
  • GTS300 Touring: Brown, white

Specs

Launch RRP: £4,700

Capacity: 278 cc (low)

Power: 21 bhp / 16 kW (average)

Top Speed: 82 mph / 132 km/h (average)

Economy: 65 mpg / 4.3 L/100km (good)

Range: 140 miles / 225 km (average)

Fuel Capacity: 9.5 litres / 2.1 gallons (low)

Seat Height: 790 mm / 31.1 inches (low)

Wet Weight: 158 kg / 348 pounds (average)

Dry Weight: 148 kg / 326 pounds

Power to Weight: 0.133 bhp/kg / 0.099 kW/kg

Road Tax (VED): £45 / Year (Medium)

Road tax and VED guide

Review In A Few

What's Good?

  • Performance
  • Handling
  • Comfort
  • Looks

Any Downsides?

  • Underseat storage
  • Check for rust
  • Small wheels
  • Top speed

Read the full real world review

Updates

2014: ABS is now an option.

2017: Dual channel ABS with ASR traction control standard. USB port added to glove box, underseat storage now takes two open face helmets, LED running lights in indicators, new dash, front suspension upgraded and multimedia platform.

With the Multimedia platform you can connect your phone to the bike via Bluetooth and use it as a computer to show revs, power, fuel consumption, battery voltage and tyre status (only with ABS / ASR). It also has a handy feature that stores where you parked your Vespa in the phone.

2019: Upgraded 300 HPE engine with new Euro 5 compliant tweaks and 23.5 bhp. SuperTech version adds 4.3" TFT dash from the Elettrica. Sei Giorni special edition adds a solo style seat, blacked out details, red detailing, screen and headlight positioned on mudguard. LED lighting added to all versions.

2021: 75th Anniversary limited edition launched with a "75" plaque, nubuck leather seat with piping, grey wheel finish, Chrome detailing, rear luggage rack, matching round leather luggage, 4.3" TFT dash with connectivity and a metallic yellow colour scheme.

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Price Guide

Year
Dealer
Private
Part Ex
Mileage
2021
£4,700
£3,800
£3,300
950
2020
£4,700
£3,750
£3,300
2,100
2019
£4,450
£3,550
£3,100
3,700
2018
£4,150
£3,350
£2,900
5,100
2017
£3,900
£3,150
£2,750
4,700
2016
£3,700
£2,950
£2,600
6,600
2015
£3,450
£2,800
£2,450
8,500
2014
£3,250
£2,600
£2,300
10,200
2013
£3,100
£2,500
£2,150
11,900
2012
£2,900
£2,350
£2,050
13,400
2011
£2,800
£2,250
£1,950
14,900
2010
£2,650
£2,100
£1,850
16,300
2009
£2,550
£2,050
£1,800
17,600
2008
£2,450
£2,000
£1,750
18,800
Dealer: The typical price paid at a dealer after haggling.
Private: The typical private sale value of a bike in good condition.
Part Ex: The typical price offered by a bike buying service or dealer in part exchange.
Regional variations have been averaged out and we work out the price guide in-house.

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Popularity & How Many Left

Year
On Road
Off Road
Total
For Sale
2020
Data coming soon...
220 / month
2019
651
15
666
66 / month
2018
736
36
772
240 / month
2017
582
37
619
160 / month
2016
771
92
863
130 / month
2015
620
90
710
20 / month
2014
493
104
597
170 / month
2013
444
104
548
35 / month
2012
385
88
473
29 / month
2011
312
89
401
11 / month
2010
314
100
414
8 / month
2009
279
106
385
34 / month
2008
177
69
246
52 / month

Source: DVLA

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