SR 150 is one of its kind, sport scooter that comes with a powerful 154.8 cc engine producing 10.06 BHP at 6750 rpm and 10.90 Nm at 5000 rpm. The scooter claims a 100+ kmph of top speed and weighs just 122 kg. Being an automatic scooter, it is quite fun to drive and carries a reasonable high 780 mm of seat height.
Aprilia SR 125 is powered by 124 cc single cylinder four stroke two valve air cooled engine which is capable of producing maximum power of 9.46 BHP at 8500 rpm and 9.9 Nm at 6250rpm. It uses CVT transmission for more useable power, better fuel economy and a smoother driving experience.
The Storm 125 is the more affordable version of the SR scooter series by Aprilia. It follows the same design language and also shares several parts from the SR models. However, the Storm 125 differentiates itself with the use of smaller 12-inch alloys wrapped with knobby Vee Rubber tyres. It also gets a rugged graphic design that gives the scooter a distinctive look. It also gets drum brakes at both ends with CBS in order to keep the scooter affordable. Thankfully, the scooter gets the same twin-pod analogue instrument cluster from the SR125.Besides that, the scooter gets the same telescopic forks up front and a single coil spring at the rear. The scooter is powered by the same 125cc engine that does duty in the SR125. The engine churns out 9.5bhp and 9.9Nm of torque.
The Vespa VXL 150 is a cosmetically updated and more powerful version of the Vespa VX 125 scooter. It also happens to be one of the first 150cc Vespa scooters to be launched in India.The styling of the Vespa VXL 150 harks back to the retro design of the old-school Vespa scooters, which gives it a simple and clean look. It gets a host of trendy features, an electronic display in the instrument cluster and a new mode button on the switch gear. The new-for-2018 instrument cluster has Bluetooth connectivity as standard, with features like the ability to find service centres nearby using GPS. Owners can also use it to track their Vespa. The VXL 150 also a feature called ‘Find Me’ that allows the owner to find it in a crowded parking lot. Chrome has been liberally used on the round headlamp, mirrors, parts of the front suspension and the grab rail. The seat has been revamped to offer more comfort for the rider and pillion. The alloy wheels have also been redesigned.
The Vespa VXL 125 is a facelifted version of the Vespa VX 125 scooter. Though it is mechanically similar to the other lifestyle scooters from Vespa’s stable, a host of cosmetic upgrades and beefier tyres have given the scooter a fresh lease of life.The Vespa VXL 125’s retro design continues to draw inspiration from the Italian manufacturer’s iconic design philosophy. The host of updates includes new paint schemes, wider Maxxis tyres, a new digital display in the instrument cluster and a new mode button on the switch gear. The Vespa VXL 125 also gets a trendy design for the chrome alloy wheels, a 3D logo and an elongated single-piece seat.
The Vespa LX 150 is a scooter currently made by Piaggio. The LX 150 uses the same frame as the LX 50 but features a 150 cc engine capable of a listed maximum speed of 59 mph (95 km/h). The LX 150, like all modern Vespa scooters features a 4-stroke single overhead camshaft and steel frame construction.
The Vespa LX is powered by a 125 cc SOHC engine that has a cylinder and churns out a maximum power of 10.6 PS at the speed of 7500 rpm with 10.6 Nm of maximum torque at 6000 rpm. It features in-line engine configuration with fuel injection fuelling type. It is designed with 62 mm bore and stroke.
Vespa Notte 125 is a scooter launched in July 2018 by Vespa in India. Notte 125 is powered by 125cc engine claiming mileage of 60kmpl. Notte 125 has a air cooled, single cylinder, 4-stroke, 3-valve engine with automatic transmission.
The Vespa SXL 150 is powered by a carburetted 150cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine. This engine delivers 11bhp and 11Nm of torque through a CVT gearbox. … The Vespa SXL 150 is available in six paint schemes – orange, matte black, white, matte red, matte yellow, and blue.
From the roaring Sixties, comes a spark of energy that is the emblem of youth.It is a refreshed design which is tune with the italian marque’s retro character. it has been updated with a host of new paint schemes, a refreshed instrument cluster with an electronic display an a new mode button on the switch gear.