Piaggio India has launched the BS6 model of its Vespa Notte 125 scooter in India. It costs 17 thousand rupees more than the BS4 model. According to the report by zigwheels, the new Vespa Note 125 is priced at Rs 91,864 (ex-showroom, Pune). Despite being one of the most expensive 125cc scooters, it is the cheapest scooter in the Italian brand. The BS4 version of the company was priced at Rs 72,030.
Such is the engine
Compared to the BS4, there have been no significant changes to the BS6 model other than the fuel injection system and the OBD port. The scooter has a 125 cc single cylinder motor, which generates power of 9.8bhp and torque of 9.6Nm. All 125cc Vespa and Aprilia models of the company offer the same power motor.
Other Scooter Features
Both wheels of the Vespa Notte 125 have drum brakes. The front drum brake is 149 mm and the rear drum brake is 140 mm. There is no option of disc brake. This scooter is known for its retro-modern styling. It gets round headlamps, traditional rearview mirrors, a wide and comfortable seat and great floorboard.
They compete with
The scooter has been kept in the dark color scheme as before. There is no chrome finish anywhere in the scooter. In India, this scooter competes with scooters such as Honda Grazia 125, TVS Ntorq 125, Suzuki Burgman Street 125, Suzuki Access 125 and Aprilia SR 125.