Vespa Urban Club 125 Launched In India At Rs 72,190

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The 125cc scooter gets blacked-out elements and comes in four colours

Vespa launches Grand Club 125cc scooter

  • Gets the same iconic Vespa bodywork, but with blacked-out elements all around.
  • At Rs 72,190 (ex-showroom, Pune), it costs just Rs 160 more than the most affordable Vespa Notte.
  • Is available in four colours: Azzurro Provenza, Maze Grey, Glossy Yellow and Glossy Red.
  • Continues to use the Vespa 125cc powertrain and underpinnings.

 

Vespa has launched a new 125cc scooter called the Urban Club. It uses the same iconic Vespa scooter bodywork but can be differentiated by its subtle black trims on the mirror, grab rail and brake levers. It also gets black alloy wheels from the Vespa Notte. The new scooter is available in four colour schemes: Azzurro Provenza (light blue), Maze Grey, Glossy Yellow and Glossy Red. It misses out on Vespa’s Bluetooth connectivity but that can be had as an optional extra. The new Vespa scooter is priced at Rs 72,190 is Rs 2,160 more than the most affordable Vespa, the Notte which retails for Rs 70,030 (both prices ex-showroom Pune). It basically has the same features and specs as the Notte, but for Rs 2,160 more you get more colour options. 

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Vespa launches Grand Club 125cc scooter

Other than the colour update, the Vespa Urban Club uses the same powertrain and underpinnings as the rest of the Vespa 125cc models. It’s powered by a 125cc air-cooled motor that delivers 9.65PS and 9.9Nm of torque, coupled with a CVT automatic gearbox. 

The scooter is based on a monocoque chassis and gets a bottom-link type front and rear monoshock. To keep the price down, the Vespa Urban Club misses out on a front disc brake and instead gets a 150mm front drum brake and 140mm rear drum brake. It also misses out on tubeless tyres. 

The Vespa Urban Club then is the most affordable Vespa you can buy in India in colours other than black.

Also read: Vespa Notte 125 Launched At Rs 70,285

 

Here is the press release from the company for more details:

Vespa introduces Urban Club range symbolising the Live More philosophy

The iconic Vespa brand expands its portfolio with the addition of the Vespa Urban Club in four vibrant colours of Azzurro Provenza, Maze Grey, Glossy Yellow and Glossy Red

Offers the new premium range at an attractive price of INR 72,190 (ex-showroom Pune)

Vespa Urban Club will be available in Vespa & Aprilia showrooms across India

Mumbai, 4 June 2019: Piaggio is delighted to announce the launch of its new refreshingly colourful 125CC range - Vespa Urban Club. The lifestyle scooter joins the portfolio of meticulously finished products from the iconic house of Vespa such as SXL, VXL and Elegante, and comes in four vibrant colours of Azzurro Provenza, Maze Grey, Glossy Yellow and Glossy Red. Powered by a three valve 125 CC engine, the Vespa Urban Club is graced with glossy black embellishments like mirror, grab rail, brake levers and wheels that creates a sharp contrasts while enhancing the Italian aesthetics to its steel monocoque.

The sophisticated and sleek scooter is equipped with Combined Braking System. It also offers additional provisions for owners to install Piaggio’s mobile connectivity feature to operate and control features of the scooter at a click. Vespa Urban Club is available at an attractive price of INR 72,190 (ex-showroom Pune).

Commenting on the launch of Vespa Urban Club, Mr. Diego Graffi, CEO and MD Piaggio India said, “We are delighted to launch the classy Vespa Urban Club in India. Drawing inspiration from the timeless brand, Vespa Urban Club is a culmination of elegance and new trends, backed by cutting edge technology. We believe the new Vespa Urban Club will add to the style quotient of the rider and will be well-appreciated by Vespa fans.”

Mr Ashish Yakhmi, Head of Two-wheeler business added, “The Vespa Urban Club has been conceptualised and designed, keeping in mind the discerning Indian youth. In its seventh year of operation, brand Vespa has received great response in the Indian market and turned into an aspirational brand.”

About Vespa:

Piaggio invented the Vespa in 1946. Having successfully established itself in the world-wide two-wheeler segment, Vespa was launched in India in April 2012. The Company has a state-of-the-art plant in Baramati, Maharashtra, where it manufactures the iconic Vespa alongside Aprilia SR range and also manufactures a range of 3 and 4 wheeled commercial vehicles at a separate manufacturing facility in Baramati.

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