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Vespa LXV 150 3V officially launched in Malaysia

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Better fuel efficiency, striking new features, a dynamic design and smooth riding experience are all seen on board the new Vespa LXV 150 3V. Officially launched in Malaysia by Naza Premira, the sole importer and distributor of Vespa bikes in Malaysia, Vespa LXV 150 3V will be available in three colours of Midnight Blue, Rossa Chianti Maroon, and Beige.

vespa lxv 150 malaysia 3 ridingVespa LXV 150 3V was launched last week at the company showroom in Petaling, Java. Coming into the country via the CBU imported from Hanoi, Vietnam, Vespa LXV 150 3V is targeted at young professionals due to its retro looks.

Priced at RM 11,658 (INR 2,16,880), the Vespa LXV 150 3V weighs a total of 114 kgs and is powered by an air cooled, fuel injected 150cc four stroke engine which promises to be 30% more fuel efficient as compared to the LX 150. The engine is mated to a CVT and offers peak output of 11.6bhp and 12 Nm torque. The new Vespa is suspended by a front single arm with helical spring and single double acting hydraulic shock absorbers offers a smoother ride, while its rear shock absorbers can be adjusted with four settings.

Outstanding features on board the Vespa LXV 150 3V include a wind shield, double module two seat saddle made of genuine leather and chrome finish on tubular handle bars.

India does not have this scooter yet. But, considering the rise in demand for premium scooters in the country, Vespa India might be already working to bring the Vespa 150 to India.

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vespa lxv 150 malaysia 4 studio shot


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Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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