Just to reiterate what I originally said, I'm sure that as a scooter it won't be bad, but I'm not sure that the tag line is particularly accurate. Or indeed would inspire confidence in the product.
And I know that the price looks attractive compared to a new Vespa, but you could pick up a fairly low mileage used Vespa for the same price or less which has got a proven pedigree, and you know will last 50, 60, 70k plus AND it will look almost as good as new.
Additionally I don't see many of the previous Vespa copies (SYM Classic or Kymco Like) which offered the same "lower price, similar look" offerings on the road, so not sure how this one is going to be offering something different from them. Surely there has to be another advantage than just price? The LML Star 2 made a few sales in the absence of the PX (and it is almost exactly the same scooter, though with very ordinary electrics), but once the PX returned, we never sold another LML despite the fact it was cheaper. So I'd argue that in this market it really isn't cost driven for the most part.
I guess the sales figures will reveal all.
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