Well I've had my Fly for a few days now and thought I'd throw my review into the ring.
Looks & Finish: The styling seems to be a mix of classic and modern, the front certainly has a classic feel to it, the rest of the bike seems quite modern in look. Overall it's a nice scoot to look at and certainly turns a few heads at the traffic lights. When compared to it's older sister the Vespa LX125 you can see the overall luxurious finish isn't there, but this is a budget scooter and for it's price seems to be a stylish well put together package.
Comfort & Size: The seat is adjustable in height and is made of a hard wearing material that offers a lot of grip when hard braking or adjusting your position. The seat is slightly spongy but firm but with out being too firm. I could ride on this for hours without getting a sore ass. The handlebars are a good distance from the my knees (I'm ~180cms tall) and allow good manoeuvrability without being cramped. It's a good weight and while it stays down on the road nicely it's not too heavy to lift and jerk around if necessary (i.e. cramming it into a single car garage with a car already parked in it[!]).
Controls & Features: The controls and dials etc. are nicely laid out on the console, are very clear and concise which is especially helpful when having a quick glance while at speed. When compared to other scoots in this price range I think the console looks a lot classier. The glove box is big enough for... a pair of gloves and perhaps your wallet, phone and what have you. Under seat storage is a little underwhelming when compared to other models in this price range however there's enough room under there for a full face helmet (a bit of squishing required) and as I found out last night a full bag of Nandos... mmm Nandos. A top box would be needed if you require more storage i.e. somewhere to put your jacket etc. if you can't take it where you're going.
Handling & Power: The Fly is impressive off the line, with care you'll beat most normal cages off the line at the lights and leave them a distant speck in your mirrors. The auto clutch and acceleration action surprisingly seem smoother than other models I've ridden (Bolwell VS125 & Aprilia Sports City 150). What's most impressive with the fly is not how quickly it gets off the line but how quickly you in can accelerate while already at speed. Rolling the throttle on to change lanes gives you a nice boost to handle the busy city traffic. I'm still breaking this one in so I haven't fully put it through it's paces yet but it feels like it will easily get to it's rated top speed of 94km/h and then some. One of the most fun features of this scoot is it's smooth cornering and handling. The scoot pleasantly glides around corners and also allows for smooth acceleration out of corners. Practising some tight figure 8's in a car park last night I found the Fly to have a decent turning circle for a scooter. I won't comment too much on braking as they will apparently take some time to wear in but they seem fine at this point, if a little unforgiving at this point. The suspension is of course adjustable and easily handles bumps, man holes and dips with ease.
Economy: Allegedly it will get ~200km of the 7.2L, so far I've done a bit over 40k's and the needle has just dipped under "Full", so it's well on track there. The dealer recommended using regular unleaded initially and then switching to 98 octane premium once broken in.
It's a good thing I ride with a full face helmet because I can't wipe the smile of my face. Considering features for the price the Fly 125 is an exceptional package. 9/10.