new colour has landed for the ever popular Vespa GTS 250. After a
limited run of the "Marrone Terra di Toscana" we now see the arrival of
"Bronzo Perseo", or bronze with a matching brown seat.
The GTS 250 i.e. has been a regular favourite amongst the wasp
crowd. And why not, the GTS will cover a large cross section of users.
Comfortable in both size and ride, the engine has all the traits of
being the best available still to this day. You have the fold down rear
chrome rack as standard and ample storage under the long seat.
The Vespa GTS 250 will commute, tour, anything your heart desires, after-all it does go by the name of Grandturismo.
Very few revisions have been made to this model, it remains a Vespa
icon. The look and style is unique, something others try and copy, yet
fail in their interpretation. Vespa has had over 60 years in getting it
The latest GTS 250 model does come with a revised dash that
accentuates the simplicity and class that is the Vespa brand. Uses
analogue dials and no digital component.
The Vespa GTS 250 Bronzo Perseo....Due to the high Australian dollar
Vespa Australia has been able to price the GTS 250 at an incredible
$7490 + ORC, saving $1000 over standard.
Check out more on the current Vespa model range @ www.vespa.com.au.
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.
There is only one Vespa and it remains the iconic scooter brand
with its unique metal-bodied design. The first Vespa was invented
in 1946 by the Piaggio Company and helped liberate a war-torn
Italy. Nestled in the Tuscan countryside between Florence and Pisa,
Piaggio continues to produce scooters under three brands: the
classic Vespa, the sporty Gilera and the contemporary Piaggio. In
Australia, Vespa has an extensive range of quality Italian scooters
from 50cc to 300cc.