VESPA LX / S SERIES - OWNER REVIEWS



Vespa LX125 - UK model
SUBMIT REVIEW

2007 VESPA LX 150
Milage: 20,000 - 30,000 Miles
Likes: Everything...love it due to comfort, easiness, shape and style and the sound of the engine, even the customary rattles.
Dislikes:
None whatsoever

Review: “
I have always had motorbikes, but living on a little greek island and having bad legs I had to change to something easier. I promised myself if I was to downsize to a scooter, it would have to be a Vespa. I have ridden many scooters over the years and have never liked any, but this little Vespa is great and good fun too. I can’t say a bad word against it. Cost more than most scooters but well worth the cash and you can feel the quality....buy 1!!!”


2012 VESPA LX125
Milage: 0 - 1000 Miles
Likes: Very smooth ride, Nice engine, Good on fuel
Dislikes:
-

Review: “
I own 2 Aprilia 125’s and a Honda 125, but the Vespa is my favourite. It’s a well made reliable bike - very smooth and comfortable. Just make sure you put it on its stand when you start it up. I like it. It competes with most scooters out there.”
- Ed from St. Helens


2013 VESPA S50 SE
Milage: 1000 - 5000 Miles
Likes: Quality of fit and finish. Reliability. Looks.
Dislikes:
None about the scooter itself, it's our stupid Quebec laws (front turn signals)

Review: “
A very enjoyable machine that feels solid and stable. Quality is very high for a 50cc scooter, and monocoque frame does make a difference. I've rode above 4000km on my first season that lasted from early April to early November, and I can't wait for the 2014 season.

My previous machine was a Honda Elite R, and it was not comparable, felt like a piece of plastic. Oh, and I was stopped by a female police officer, to ask me a bunch of questions about my scooter!!! I truly recommend the Vespa. Not a racer, a true city zipper.”


2013 VESPA LX150
Milage: 0 - 1000 Miles
Likes: Power, Agility on City Streets, Styling & Construction
Dislikes:
Metal loop on frame to small for large chain and lock.

Review: “
This is a smart urban ride. If you live in a tight metropolitan area you will be happy with this choice. It’s functional, sharp looking and fun. In a decision between 50cc and 150cc, I’m glad I took the 150 (got a motorcycle license) It's great for every road except the highway. I have easily cruised at 60mph when necessary.

Other than sometimes wishing for the larger wheels that come on the Vespa 300cc (usually on really bumpy or cobblestone streets). there isn’t anything about the Vespa LX150 I dislike. With a Fly windscreen and rear storage options it's simply a complete joy.”

SUBMIT REVIEW

Return to the Vespa LX / S main page.

-- ---