7 Comments

  1. TIMOTHY BROOKS
    9th May 2018 @ 11:15 am

    Tempting but I would buy a classic that needs no MOT or Tax as these will most likely be exempt when, not if, they ban all 2 stroke engined 2 wheelers retrospectively. 5k for something that may be banned in 5-10 years is a lot of money. 5k is too much for a spankers GTS too. Bought my first GTS 250 brand new in 2005 for £3,100 fast forward 13 years and some are listed as £5,300 (premium price for a matte finish and stickers! Big whoop!). How can something go up 75% in price over that time. Rip off.

  2. Nigel Beevers
    9th May 2018 @ 3:08 pm

    don’t forget they’ve then got a 125 engine to sell. or does the 200 owner get it

  3. Willo
    9th May 2018 @ 5:09 pm

    Got to say £6k for P200 is mental even if it has new pinasco casings and they say lammy prices are stupid!!

  4. Spencer
    9th May 2018 @ 6:56 pm

    What are they registered as, a modified Vespa 125, engine size 200cc or Vespa 200?

  5. JON.DAVIES3
    30th May 2018 @ 1:50 pm

    One simple PX “tuning” mod that always delivered an extra 5mph to the PX top end was the additional of a slightly inclined fly screen! You can fit stylish clear or smoke grey versions and avoid appearing “moddy” by steering clear of the two tone coloured versions.

  6. Lee Radley
    26th June 2018 @ 9:45 pm

    I own a 66 plate lml star is there any scope for this all but in name PX to one day become a classic?

    • Iggy
      27th June 2018 @ 10:32 am

      I’m sure all two-stroke geared scooters will be sought after in the future (if we’re still allowed to ride them anywhere). At one time Indian Lambrettas were frowned upon but they’re accepted now and people don’t really care as much.

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