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PIAGGIO Typhoon 50 Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 4
First production year: 2004
 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Piaggio Typhoon 50 sports an air-cooled, four-stroke, 49cc, single cylinder lump mated to a continuously variable transmission, and can produce 5 horsepower and 4 Nm of torque. It is ideal for novice and young riders, thanks to its small displacement, and boasts one of the best gas mileages in its class, of 144 mph, thanks to its rather large, 1.9 gallons fuel tank. In addition, it comes standard with 14" alloy wheels, which not only reduce weight and increase agility, but also make this two-wheeler more stable. In addition, it has an under-seat storage compartment that can ...




 

2013 - 2014

The 2014 MY Piaggio Typhoon has been designed especially for younger riders and features a youthful, urban-inspired graphic scheme, that is sure to turn heads no matter where one rides it. At its heart lies an air-cooled, four-stroke, single cylinder lump mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT), and can produce 5 horsepower and 4 Nm of torque. In addition, it boasts an unmatched gas mileage of 144 mpg. It is suitable for tackling the urban jungle, and its low seat height mean it can accommodate a wide variety of riders.




 

2012 - 2013

The 2013 MY Piaggio Typhoon 50 is an aggressive, modern looking small displacement scooter that is sure to fit the needs of both novice and more experienced riders alike. It sports an air-cooled, four-stroke, 49cc, single cylinder lump paired to a continuously variable transmission (CVT), and can produce 5 horsepower and 4 Nm of torque. When it comes to gas mileage, few can beat it, with a claimed 144 miles per gallon. In addition, it comes with 14" alloy wheels, which are superior to steel ones, and help make it more agile and stable at the same time.




 

2004 - 2008

The original Typhoon was Piaggio’s fat wheeled sporty 50cc during the early years of their return to North America .The Typhoon 50 it`s a dynamic and solid vehicle with a four stroke, four-valve engine. Tough and reliable, this sporty scooter makes light work of city traffic. One unique aspect of the Typhoon’s design was the inverted front forks. These forks minimize the unsprungwheel weight for better handling over choppy pavement. They also look pretty cool like a high end sport bike.