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.
- Retro styling, comfortable seat for two-up riding, light, nimble in traffic, an icon
- Some issues with reliability, manual gears, brakes
What Is It?
The PX125 returned in 2011 with a catalytic converter and re-circulation system to meet Euro 3 emission standards. The engine is an air-cooled two stroke and fitted with CDI electronic ignition.
- Steel tubular frame and bodywork
- Link arm front suspension
- 200mm disc brake up front
- 150mm drum at the rear
- Electric and kick starters
The gearbox is a four speed manual design, controlled from the left handlebar and there is a foot brake. This might put off anyone used to standard twist and go scooters. The 10" wheels both take a 3.50 tyre.
Unusually there is even a spare wheel positioned on the opposite side to the engine and there are plenty of after market parts for tuning the PX125 with a performance exhaust being one of the common upgrades.
The £100 extra 70th anniversary edition gets you the Chrome luggage rack and leather bag.
Colours: Black, white, grey, blue red.
Did You Know?
2015 marked the 38th anniversary of the model.
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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.