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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 -

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


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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
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