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How fast is a Vespa LX 150?

How fast is a Vespa LX 150?

59 mph
The Vespa LX is a scooter that was made by Piaggio from 2006 until 2014. The LX 150 uses the same frame as the LX 50 but features a 150 cc engine capable of a listed maximum speed of 59 mph (95 km/h). The LX 150, like all modern Vespa scooters features a 4-stroke single overhead camshaft and steel frame construction.

How much does a 150cc Vespa weigh?

115 Kg
Vespa VXL 150 Specs Overview

Engine 149 CC
Kerb Weight 115 Kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 7.4 Liters
Seat Height 1140 mm

What CC is a Vespa LX?

The new Vespa LX and S 3V range includes 4 models: the 125 3V, the 150 3V and two 50 cc engines, a 2 stroke engine and a 4 stroke, 4 valve engine, both air cooled.

What CC is a Vespa 150?

154.8 cc
Piaggio Vespa 150 Specifications

Engine CC 154.8 cc
Emission Standard BS VI
Kerb Weight 114Kg
Gears Automatic
Brake (Front/Rear) Disc/Drum

What is top speed for a Vespa?

The top speed of a Vespa depends on its engine size and weight. A sub-50cc scooter typically can go up to 63 km/h and a 300cc scooter can go up to 128 km/h.

What is the horsepower of a Vespa LX 150?

The Vespa LX 150 i.e. was a air-cooled, four stroke, single cylinder Leader scooter produced by Vespa between 2006 and 2014. It could reach a top speed of 59 mph (95 km/h). Max torque was 8.11 ft/lbs (11.0 Nm) @ 6000 RPM. Claimed horsepower was 11.94 HP (8.9 KW) @ 7750 RPM.

What is the fuel consumption of a Vespa?

Both models have an 8.3-liter (2.2 gal.) fuel tank, and Vespa claims that fuel consumption is of 55km per liter (129 mpg) if riding at a constant speed of 50 kph (31 mph). The new service intervals are set at 10,000 kilometers (6,213 miles).

What is the difference between the s 125/150 and LX?

The S 125/150 is easily distinguished from the LX in that it has a square headlight and chromed mirrors whilst the LX has round items. The LX is also slightly more sophisticated with more chromed parts. Both models have an 8. 3-liter.

How fast is the Piaggio S 150 3V?

I was truly impressed by the small and intricate new machine developed at Piaggio’s Pontedera plant in Tuscany. On my second tour of Rome of the day we pushed the S 150 3V to its absolute top speed, and the instruments showed 110 kph (68 mph). The main difference you can feel between the 125 and the 150 is the initial drive.