The Vespa VXL 125 is a facelifted version of the Vespa VX 125 scooter. Though it is mechanically similar to the other lifestyle scooters from Vespa’s stable, a host of cosmetic upgrades and beefier tyres have given the scooter a fresh lease of life.
The Vespa VXL 125 is a facelifted version of the Vespa VX 125 scooter. Though it is mechanically similar to the other lifestyle scooters from Vespa’s stable, a host of cosmetic upgrades and beefier tyres have given the scooter a fresh lease of life. Read more
The Vespa VXL 125’s retro design continues to draw inspiration from the Italian manufacturer’s iconic design philosophy. The host of updates includes new paint schemes, wider Maxxis tyres, a new digital display in the instrument cluster and a new mode button on the switch gear. The Vespa VXL 125 also gets a trendy design for the chrome alloy wheels, a 3D logo and an elongated single-piece seat.
The Vespa VXL 125 is built on the same single piece steel monocoque chassis, which underpins the rest of the Vespa range. Powering the scooter is a carburetted 125cc single-cylinder engine that produces 10bhp and 10Nm of torque. This engine is offered with a CVT gearbox.
The Vespa VXL 125 gets broader 110-70 and 120-70 section Maxxis tubeless tyres in place of the older models’ 90/100 units. The Vespa VXL 125 models come with a 200mm front disc brake as standard, while the rear tyre gets a 140mm drum brake. CBS is an option worth Rs 3000, although it will become a standard feature by the time the norms kick in, in April. Suspension setup consists of a single side arm suspension at the front and a hydraulic monoshock at the rear.
The Vespa VXL 125 is available in five trendy paint schemes - grey, yellow, white, red and matte black. Vespa offers a host of personalisation accessories like front chrome bumper guard, a perimeter kit and a visor. The Vespa VXL 125 doesn’t have any competitors in the Indian market.