Vespa Primavera 150

Vespa Primavera 150
Vespa Primavera 150

Welcome to the Vespa Primavera 150 specifications and showroom review for 2020. The Vespa Primavera 150 iGet is essentially the retro version or fashion variant of the Piaggi Medley 150. The Primavera is marketed as the most ‘complete package’ in the model range and hence the best seller. In fact it has so many color variants as part of it’s sales pitch reinforces this marketing position.

Mechanically the Primavera does not have any features which sets it apart from it’s competitors. It is powerful and speedy enough with all the latest tech like LED lighting, and ABS brakes but clothed in a retro styled body. Note that are other models in the Vespa range that are faster and handle better. However this Vespa’s technical specifications is not the selling point.

The Vespa Primavera 150 sells on it’s looks, branding, colour schemes and there is nothing wrong with that. It’s price is OK for a 150cc scooter but it has the trademark tiny wheels so limits it’s usability. As a result the Vespa Primavera 150 is the 8th best selling scooter in 2019 selling 210 units. This sales number is up from 236 in 2018. It is a mid range Vespa so the more expensive GTS model gets more sales which is normal for the brand.

Vespa Primavera 150 Specifications (2020)
Engine: 1 cylinder 4-stroke 3 Valve SOHC (EFI)
Capacity: 154.8cc
Power/Torque: Approx 9.5 Kw @ 7750 RPM 12.8 Nm @ 6500 RPM
Gearbox: CVT
Kerb Weight: 120Kg
Performance: 0-100kph N/A seconds Approx
Max Speed N/A Kph Approx
Fuel Economy: 7 litre fuel tank
Approx 1.7 litres per 100km
Seat height: 780 mm
Dimensions: L1852 X W680 X Hxxxx mm
Wheels: 110-70-12F 120-70-12R
Recommended Retail Price: $6440 AUD (2020) + On roads