It would be good if it's a few kg's lighter.
Although the MP3 weighs in at a hefty 250kg (or so) you don't really notice it given a little forethinking about parking & riding technique.
Certainly I had a scary incident while riding the loan MP3 (from Ace Scooters) up my driveway the first time. The driveway slopes up steeply, but also slopes down to the right a little. The first time I rode up the driveway I'm afraid I panicked thinking the scooter was going over & put my foot down. Given the weight & the shock I did jolt my back a bit but was able to comfortably hold the scooter up & continue up the driveway once I had regained my confidence.
With a bit of thining prior to parking you can use the front lock to your advantage as you can lock it & manhandle the scooter around until you're able to ride straight out of your parking place. Uturns are also a challenge on the MP3, but again with a bit of thinking they can be managed.
Riding the MP3 & Fuocco isn't that much different from riding your average large scooter, except the 2nd front wheel certainly encourages confidence in the scooter's handling!
Riding around one particular corner I spotted the gravel on the road too late & had a scary moment with the rear wheel sliding out, but the front wheels kept their track & despite my moment of panic the rear wheel followed through as I contined up the road. It was truly a "WOW!" moment.
Today 50 (2,500km), Montego. Fly (2,500km), Le Grande (7,000km), Vespa PX (200km), Vespa GTS250ie (46,000km), now looking at the world through Ruby coloured glasses on a Vespa GTV300ie Vie Della Moda.