Vespa PX Review

2017 Vespa PX150 review.


Bike Vespa PX 150

Engine Capacity 149 cc
Country of Origin ITALY

Configuration 150cc, 2-stroke, Air cooled,
Rotary valve induction, 1-cyl

Engine Description 150 cc
Engine Config Horizontal
Engine Capacity 149 cc
Engine Type Piston
Engine Stroke 2
Bore 57.8 mm
Stroke 57 mm

Cam Type Rotary Valve
Cylinders 1

Compression Ratio 8.2:1
Induction System Aspirated
Carburettor(s) 1
Cooling Forced Air

Lubrication Auto Mix (2-stroke oil & fuel)
Exhaust Config 1 Into 1
Exhaust – Catalytic Converter

Maximum Power 6.6 kW (9HP) at 5700 RPM
Maximum Torque 9.6 Nm at 6,000 RPM

Maximum Speed 100 km/h

Ignition CDI (Capacitive Discharge
Ignition Description Electronic
Starter Electric & Kick
Engine Voltage 12 Volt
Charging Method Engine
Fuel & Emissions
Fuel Type Petrol
Fuel Tank Capacity 8 L
Emission Standard Euro 3
Drive Type Direct Drive
Final Drive Ratio Belt
Gear Type Manual
Gear Number 4
Gear Change
LH Grip
Clutch Type Twist shift
Chassis & Suspension
Frame Material Monocoque, load bearing
reinforced steel design
Frame Design Monocoque
Front Suspension Single sided link arm design
with coil spring & dual effect
shock absorber
Rear Suspension
Single coil spring shock
absorber with dual effect
Front Brake
Single stainless steel disc
Front Brake
150 mm
Rear Brake
Rear Brake
150 mm
Wheels & Tyres
Wheel Type Silver, 5-spoke
Wheel Size Front 10″
Wheel Size Rear 10″
Rear Tyre 3.50-10″
Front Tyre 3.50-10″
Dimensions & Weights
Length 1,810 mm
Width 740 mm
Wheelbase 1,260 mm
Dry Weight 112 kg
Seat Height 810 mm
Seating Capacity 2


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Terry Woodward says:

Very nicely compiled video, I enjoyed this. I have a 2008 PX200 Vespa as well as an LX150 (automatic). I enjoy riding them both, but as you point out, the older (manual, 2 stroke) style PX machines have a style and ‘quirkiness’ all of their own which makes them great fun to ride and enjoy. Thanks again for the great video.

Ayush jain says:

perfectly explained. i love riding my scooter since i was 8 years old, my father used to give me just one side of the handle. i just love this scooter, i’m gonna do restoration process on it by my self and will make it just like a brand new model.
And at last i would you request you to please make one video on how to do complete wiring of vespa px in detail, if you agree then please do it as soon as possible…..

RC WIZARD 008 says:

Make more videos on ROYAL ENFIELD

Anthony OSullivan says:

I’ve a 2006 Vespa px125. With pollini kit fitted up to 166cc. Does About 79 mph.

NinjaNik Marley says:

Nice white color and I do know what you mean by a nice ride even when it’s not so fast. If your scooter seems to turn left or not centered. You can adjust the stem between the handle and the front wheel, there’s a screw there

Prosenjit Lala says:

Plz make videos in bengali.

Customer Service says:

Great and perfectly explained video. Love it!

AnonymousHD says:

Nice review, what’s the top speed?

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