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  1. covboy
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    I think these look really cool and I would consider buying one..0-60 in 4 seconds on a scooter!..
    I think at some point our beloved two strokes will be legislated off the road. It would be awesome if an electric motor could be developed that would fit in a Lambretta or Vespa.

    What are the rules regarding licences? – could my 16 year old ride one?

  2. TIMOTHY BROOKS
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    Love it! Piaggio really have shot themselves in the foot with their culture of “Falso Storico”

  3. andyl
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    It’s definitely got “I want one of those looks” . It seems to take an enthusiast to understand what it is that made a fairly humble machine like a Vespa desirable (“cool” if you like) in the first place. Piaggio aren’t alone in being incapable of capitalising on their back catalogue, just look at Volkswagen!

  4. Allan Tait
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    How lucky was I !!! I was in Ho Chi Min city on my Holidays last week and went down to ” Saigon Scooters ” to buy a
    few parts for my Lammy . I met Pat his wife , mate Pete and the whole team from the shop and his workshop an absolutely terrific 3 hrs my wife and I spent in great hospitality …..
    The biggest BUZZ was to be the first person from the UK to test ride one of these scoots . I ve always been cynical about electric vehicles,,, BUT,,, ‘ riding this machine amazed me’ ,, it had everything you could wish for Excellent performance together with fantastic curves looks 10/10. MINT Machine ..

    A great big Thanks to all at Saigon Scooters Allan and Sarah

  5. Allan Tait
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    Performance like I say amazed me , acceleration you wind the throttle back n your off as quick as my Li 125 I use for work daily no problem no gears so it s so easy and I mean really smooth , handling seemed light but right , The brakes were brilliant . If I had to go electric I’d have one of these there Grrreat .

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