Vespa PX125 For Sale
The Vespa PX125 is a learner friendly retro style scooter and is powered by a 123cc single cylinder engine which puts out 8bhp. It's also available with a 150cc engine.
What Is It?
- Retro styling, comfortable seat for two-up riding, light, nimble in traffic, an icon
- Some issues with reliability, manual gears, brakes
The PX125 returned in 2011 with a catalytic converter and recirculation system to meet Euro 3 emission standards. The engine is a two stroke, air cooled and fitted with CDI electronic ignition. There are electric and kick starters. The 70th anniversary edition is £100 more.
- Link arm front suspension
- 200mm disc brake up front
- 150mm drum at the rear
- 10" wheels
The gearbox is a four speed manual design, controlled from the left handlebar and there is a foot brake. That might put off anyone used to more standard twist and go scooters.
The body is constructed from steel and the spare wheel is positioned on the opposite side to the engine. For added safety the front light uses a bright halogen bulb.
There are plenty of after market parts for tuning the PX125 with a performance exhaust being one of the common upgrades.
The 70th anniversary edition gets you the Chrome luggage rack and leather bag.
Available colours: Red, white, black, grey and blue.
Did You Know?
2015 marked the 38th anniversary of the model
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Here's a quick walk around from Edi T:
2000: PX125 launched in the UK with a single cylinder air cooled 123cc two stroke engine, producing 9bhp.
2009-2010: No production due to not meeting new EU emission laws.
2011: PX125 triumphantly returns with a catalytic converter and electric starter but weighs a bit more and only produces 8bhp.