Vespa S Image Gallery
Changes made on the Vespa S are only cosmetic and it is powered by the same 125cc powerplant as seen on the VX and LX.
Vespa S is the retro-styled analogue instrument cluster, which is finished in piano black and is easy to read. It sports an analogue speedometer, digital clock, fuel gauge, and different tell-tale lights.
The instrument cluster looks neat and continues its classic design.
Piaggio has already dived into and experienced the growing potential for its premium scooters, gradually expanding its product portfolio here.
The S looks like a classic scooter, with a box-shaped headlight that distinguishes it from its stablemates.
This engine is mated to continuous variable transmission and is no more different from other Vespa’s when it comes to performance.
The handlebar shroud houses nice to touch palm grips, good quality switches and meaty feeling buffed alloy front and rear brake levers.
The scooter runs on tubeless MRF tyres and grip offered by them is satisfactory.
To make the Vespa S more useful in carrying knick-knacks, two slots have been provided on the body along with a separate hook to hang bags, which we feel is a useful addition.
It will get the single cylinder 125cc 4-stroke engine that will churn out 10.06PS at 7500rpm and 10.6Nm at 6000rpm.
Here are nifty looking instruments with an easy-to-read speedometer, fuel gauge and clock, apart from the other usual warning lights.
The seat profile of the Vespa S has been changed and has a subtle contour to it with a strap for the pillion to hold on to.