• Vespa 125 Primavera

    1959 1978 Vespa 90 125 150 180 200 Rotary Valve Scooter REPAIR MANUAL
    1959 1978 Vespa 90 125 150 180 200 Rotary Valve Scooter REPAIR MANUAL $9.95
    Time Remaining: 6d 19h 21m
    Buy It Now for only: $19.90
    Vespa contact points small frame Primavera 50 90 125
    Vespa contact points small frame Primavera 50 90 125 $12.95
    Time Remaining: 5d 5m
    Buy It Now for only: $12.95
    VESPA 125 PRIMAVERA PK50 PK125 PK 125 SMALLFRAME V Owners Handbook Repair Manual
    VESPA 125 PRIMAVERA PK50 PK125 PK 125 SMALLFRAME V Owners Handbook Repair Manual $48.23
    Time Remaining: 9d 17h 46m
    Buy It Now for only: $48.23
    1959 1978 Vespa 90 125 150 180 200 Rotary Valve Scooter REPAIR MANUAL
    1959 1978 Vespa 90 125 150 180 200 Rotary Valve Scooter REPAIR MANUAL $19.95
    Time Remaining: 1d 12h 2m
    Buy It Now for only: $19.95
    Vespa Scooter Porcelain Temp Gauge Shop Garage Gauges
    Vespa Scooter Porcelain Temp Gauge Shop Garage Gauges $125.00
    Time Remaining: 4d 20h 52m
    Buy It Now for only: $125.00

    « Previous12345...1920

    Vespa 125 Primavera

    The Vespa 125 Primavera is another of the popular line of small frame Vespas that were produced as lighter, cheaper, and easier-to-maintain options in comparison to the large frame and high-performance Vespas that appealed to those with deeper checkbooks or who desired bikes for touring or long distance usage.  The Vespa 125 Primavera, an evolution on the original Vespa 125 design that had differed from previous models because of its advance cooling system and a slew of design changes, was notably different because of a number of small design changes of its own, as well as internal engine and suspension changes that in the fashion popular to Vespas, made a number of small improvements on the original 125 design to make the entire bike a smoother and more desirable ride.  Another notable design change on the Vespa 125 Primavera was the addition of the iconic “clam shell” speedometer, which was a significant change from the square or more circular speedometers found on other Vespa models that were either contemporaries or antecedents of the Vespa 125 Primavera.

    As with the Vespa 125, the Vespa 125 Primavera earned its name because of the 125cc performance of its motor, which as was mentioned earlier was enhanced over earlier models by the introduction of an advanced cooling and exhaust system that had significantly boosted motor and combustion performance from previous iterations of the Vespa.  As far as performance on present-day roads is concerned, like the Vespa 125, the Vespa 125 Primavera boasts top speeds in the 40mph range, which certainly allow for use on side streets or city roads, but limits the bike’s performance and usability on the wide array of American roads with higher top speeds or denser traffic patterns.  Unlike other small frame models, the Vespa 125 Primavera received a much more limited introduction and release in American markets, and as such parts for replacement can be harder to come by than for other more popular models of small frame Vespas like the Vespa 90.  Furthermore, while the original Vespa 125 was released to a wider audience, the Vespa 125 Primavera is significantly harder to find in current markets, making it a solid collector’s item if you come across one.