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  • SYM VS125 No 1 Selling Scoota in OZ

    SYM VS125 No 1 Selling Scoota

    The SYM VS125 remains at the top of the scooter sales standings

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    Exciting reports from recent motor scoota industry stats, showing that the VS125 is remaining the strongest contender in the 125cc sector with the SYM model holding its number one position.

    With over 1,000 units sold in less than 12 months, the VS125’s success if a testament to Australian riders wanting a quality product that is second-to-none in value and features.

    Larger than the average 125cc, and with storage which eclipses some of the bigger capacity models, the VS125 is stacked with features;

    •    Huge front disc brake
    •    Ultra bright halogen head lamps and LED tail lights
    •    Two luggage hooks
    •    Steering lock with safety shutter
    •    Side and centre stands
    •    Catalytic converter

     
    The VS125 comes with the SYM four year warranty* and is the ultimate first choice amongst the 125cc buyer.

    And at only RRP$3,250 plus dealer deliver and onroads, why wouldn’t it be!

    See Secifications and dealers selling the SYM VS125 HERE

  • New Sachs Scooter Website

    Scooter News


    Sachs Bikes Australia has enjoyed tremendous success over the last year with models like the unique looking Sachs Madass.

    Other models like the entry level retro Sachs City and the $1990 Motorcycle the Express KN150 have also sold in impressive numbers.

    Together Sachs has become a vibrant entry level brand with a range of models to suit most tastes.

    And the new website promotes this increased popularity of Sachs showcasing the range in a way thats simple, colourful and yet informative.

    Find out all about the history of the Sachs Brand along with other general information like where to find your nearest dealer and the latest Sachs news and reviews.

    Check out the new Sachs Bikes Website at www.sachsbikes.com.au

     


     

  • SYM Orbit 50/125 Part 2 First Ride

    Part 2 of our introduction to the new SYM Orbit 125.

     

    http://www.youtube.com/v/0IXFIbWAgN4 <p><a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/0IXFIbWAgN4">http://www.youtube.com/v/0IXFIbWAgN4</a></p>

     

    To watch this video in High Quality click on the video, go to the youtube page 

    Select "Watch in high quality"

     

  • Piaggio MP3 400 Price Reduction

    Scooter News


    Piaggio slices $1000 off MP3 400

    Piaggio Australia

    Piaggio Australia has sliced $1000 off the price of its three-wheeled MP3 400, with the revolutionary maxi scooter now available for $10,990 (plus ORC).

    The MP3 400 features the 'Master' 400cc liquid-cooled four-valve engine, which produces 25Kw at 7500rpm and 38Nm of torque at 6500rpm. It also meets strict Euro 3 emission standards.

    The MP3 family, which also includes a 250cc version, has safety and stability levels that no other two-wheelers can match, especially on uneven and wet surfaces. They take on rough asphalt and tram tracks with the greatest of ease, and are no wider than a comparable two-wheel maxi scooter. And when it rains, they shine on slippery and oil-stained roads.

    "The three-wheel concept has been well received in Australia with our diverse conditions, and it has been widely endorsed in the media," said Piaggio Brand Manager Simon Gloyne. "

    We simply wanted to make this model even more affordable for the weekday commuters and weekend tourers."

    The MP3s are type-approved as standard two-wheeled motorcycles. This means licensing and registration requirements are the same as for a motorcycle.

    For a test ride on the MP3s, or the third member of the three-wheel brethren, the Fuoco 500ie ($12,990), contact your local Piaggio dealer - www.piaggio.com.au/dealers.html?State=All

    MP3 400 features

    Powerful and economical 400cc fuel-injected liquid-cooled four-stroke engine
    Electric start
    Front assembly with dual independent tilting wheels providing a lean angle of up to 40 degrees
    Electro-hydraulic front suspension locking system that keeps vehicle upright without using the centrestand
    Rear and underseat lockable storage space
    Analogue dash with speedo and large clock
    Three-disc braking system
    No wider than comparable two-wheel maxi scooters
    Handbrake for parking
    Low-emission, environmentally friendly Euro 3 compliant
    Two-year unlimited kilometre warranty


    Links

    Piaggio - www.piaggio.com.au
    Vespa - www.vespa.com.au
    Gilera - www.gilera.com.au

    About Piaggio

    The Piaggio company, nestled in the Tuscan countryside between Florence and Pisa, first invented scooters in 1946 when it produced the first-ever Vespa and helped liberate a war-torn Italy. Vespa remains the iconic scooter brand with its unique metal-bodied design. Today, Piaggio continues to produce scooters under the classic Vespa brand, the sporty Gilera brand and the contemporary Piaggio brand. In Australia, PS Importers is the sole importer of this iconic and popular range
     
    About Vespa

    Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in "Roman Holiday" were only the first of a long series of international actors and actresses to be seen on the world's most famous scooter. In photo shoots, films and on the set, the Vespa has been a "travel companion" for names like Raquel Welch, Ursula Andress, Geraldine Chaplin, Joan Collins, Jayne Mansfield, Virna Lisi, Milla Jovovich, Marcello Mastroianni, Charlton Heston, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Gary Cooper, Anthony Perkins, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Nanni Moretti, Sting, Antonio Banderas, Matt Damon, Gérard Depardieu, Jude Law, Nicole Kidman, Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson.



    To see a more detailed list of specifictions CLICK HERE

     

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