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Rumor has it that a new Vespa PX 4-stroke is on the way!


The gossip factory is working! Only one year after the 'world premier' of PIAGGIO's Vespa PX 125 and 150, there are signs that the Pontedera classic's future continuity is secured. The current 2-stroke models need a reducing exhaust gas recirculation system to meet the consumption data, demanded by the EU.  The next Euro standard would definitely have killed the Vespa PX. We received information from reliable sources that PIAGGIO will introduce a new Vespa PX with a 4-stroke engine at the EICMA Milan in November 2011. Once again, there will be a 125cc and a 150cc model. There's no information about the scooters' performance available so far. No matter what's your take on 4-stroke engines... The good news is that the classic Vespa PX will stay alive. We'll keep you up to date.


Eingetragen Jul 29 2011, 01:51 von sibylvane
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More Four Stroke Vespa PX Rumblings : 2strokebuzz wrote More Four Stroke Vespa PX Rumblings : 2strokebuzz
on Fr, Jul 29 2011 16:27

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awbillo wrote re: Rumor has it that a new Vespa PX 4-stroke is on the way!
on Fr, Jul 29 2011 19:11

As the owner of a 1978 P200E, which I've owned since new, i hope this rumor proves to be true. I like the PX platform. Hopefully, the new PX will have tubeless tires, disc brakes and modern suspension. i'd like to see a 200 or 250cc engine as well; an engine which could do brief stints on the freeway.

Hamer wrote re: Rumor has it that a new Vespa PX 4-stroke is on the way!
on Sa, Jul 30 2011 0:49

Piaggio sold out the PX Vespisti and have only jumped on the bandwagon after LML / Stella made a success of their versions. Mad to think that the Italians have become the imitators eh ? At least LML priced their copy 2 strokes accordingly, wait and see what premium the Pontedera guys put on the badge.

Discuss.

dp0001 wrote re: Rumor has it that a new Vespa PX 4-stroke is on the way!
on Do, Aug 4 2011 20:40

What Hamer said above. Piaggio PR machine was briefing against the PX as old tech while  promoting their more expensive  twist and go's. In the meantime LML kept on producing, improved quality  and made long term investments in 4 stroke engines which are available now.

Piaggio's re-introduced 2 stroke is eye-wateringly expensive compared to the equivalent  LML. I mean, in the Uk, you can buy a PX; or for about £1000 less buy a better painted LML. £1000 goes a long way in tuning goodies.


 
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