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VESPA Primavera Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 5
First production year: 1965
 

2017 - Present

The differences between the motors go far beyond just displacement. While the Primavera 50 uses the old, four-cycle Hi-Per4 mill, Piaggio’s new i-Get plant powers the Primavera 150.




 

2017 - Present

Chrome accent trims and overall fit and finish of the front end give the Primavera an elegant and classy look. Taking cues from the 946, the Primavera has the curvy lines and indent panels that continue that look over the back end. Molded-in taillights and a sloping brake light keep the lines clean and put a modern touch on an otherwise vintage style.




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Vespa Primavera 50 is a new scooter, designed by the Italian engineers for novice and young riders who want a taste of the two-wheeler world, without the hassle of applying for a special licence. At its heart lies an air-cooled, four-stroke, 49cc, single cylinder Hi-PER4 lump paired to a continuous variable transmission (CVT), which ensures optimum power delivery for darting through ...




 

2014 - 2015

The 2015 MY Vespa Primavera 150 3V is a new model from the Italian brand, designed after the proven Vespa recipe. At its heart lies an air-cooled, four-stroke, 155cc, 3 valve, single cylinder engine mated to a continuous variable transmission (CVT), and can produce 13 horsepower and 13 Nm of torque. In addition, it boasts an impressive gas mileage of 117 mpg, which makes it one of the most fuel-...




 

1965 - 1983

Derived from the Vespa 125 VMA1, the Vespa 125 Primavera ("Spring") met with immediate success. Easy to handle, trim, quick, powerful, are some of the adjectives that describe the Vespa Primavera in the 1960s. The young are the main characters of the spot "Con Vespa si può" ("With Vespa it’s possible") that addresses teens above 16 who love sport and nature, and do ...