We’ve just added the main scooter brands to our 2015 Buyer’s Guide.
Piaggio group also announces US-based design centre.
Perhaps creating a new scooter category, Piaggio introduces the X10 luxury maxi-scooter.
The Typhoon aims for the surfing crowd, or in Canada, the snowboarding crowd. Piaggio’s Canadian scooter line-up grows by two (aside from the MP3 City three-wheeler mentioned below) for 2011. Upcoming new models are the Typhoon and the BV300. Bigger brakes and more spokes for the 2011 BV300. The Typhoon is available in two … Continue reading Piaggio Typhoon and BV300
CMG chats with Kevin Andrews (brand manager for Vespa and Piaggio) and Rick Panettieri (brand manager for Aprilia and Moto Guzzi) to get the latest on how the company intends to resurrect itself in the Great White North.
The 500 cc version of the MP3 scooter can really only be explained as the result of some kind of late-night lunacy at Piaggio‘s design centre.
MP3 Hybrid with a plug Piaggio is getting set to introduce an MP3 Hybrid three-wheeler, based on a 125 cc motor and electric motor combination. The MP3 Hybrid, unveiled at the Milan Motorcycle Show, should achieve a fuel efficiency of about 60 km per litre and will be able to use both powerplants at the … Continue reading Hybrid MP3 announced
Good things come in threes – except, it seems, when it comes to wheels on vehicles. Most three-wheeled cars in recent memory (Isettas, Messerschmitts and Morgans to name a few) have been er, quirky, to say the least.
MP3 in 500 cc "Fuoco" trim Piaggio’s three-wheeled Fuoco 500 (Italian for “fire”) will be brought into Canada for 2008, says Canadian Scooter Corp. Branded as an MP3 scooter, the Fuoco retains the double-front-wheel conformation, CVT transmission, and other characteristics of the 22.5 hp MP3 250, but with its liquid-cooled 493 cc four-valve single, power … Continue reading Bigger MP3 coming
Welcome to part one of the CMG big-arsed scooter test (hmhhh, I wonder how many times I can say that?).