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2020 Vespa PRIMAVERA 150 Sport in San Ramon, CA 2020 Vespa PRIMAVERA 150 Sport in San Ramon, CA
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Stock Number: 100210
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$5,395

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3 miles
2020 Vespa PRIMAVERA 150 Sport, Like new, beautiful and fun scooter, books, kes, remote control, automatic transmission. 2020 Vespa Primavera 50/150 C...
NVNG, Inc.
San Ramon, CA - 2,387 mi. away
NVNG, Inc.
San Ramon, CA - 2,387 mi. away
2020 Vespa Elettrica in San Ramon, CA
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Stock Number: 100226
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$6,999

4 miles
2020 Vespa Elettrica, This is a brand new with 4 miles only. fun to ride around the town, Drive range is 62.07 miles fully charged. save on gas. Origi...
NVNG, Inc.
San Ramon, CA - 2,387 mi. away
NVNG, Inc.
San Ramon, CA - 2,387 mi. away

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    Vespa Information:

    Vespa is a popular brand of scooter that was launched in 1946 by the company, Piaggio. Its name is the Italian word for “wasp.” Vespas are probably the most well-known name in scooters and have inspired many imitators throughout its long history. Piaggio began as a ship builder, later moving into rail and aircraft. After World War II, many aircraft manufacturers weren't permitted to produce planes. Therefore, this industrious company changed its direction and began manufacturing motorcycles to fill an increasing need for inexpensive transportation. The inspiration for the first Vespa came from a common WWII American military bike, the Cushman Model 53. However, the designer never liked motorcycles, so he set out to make it stand out in both appearance and practicality.

    The first Vespa had gears on the handlebars, with a step-through design. It had floorboards, leg shields, and an enclosed engine in order to protect the clothing of riders, particularly women with flowing skirts. These scooters became quite popular in a relatively short amount of time. Their appeal only grew when they were seen in popular movies of the time such as Roman Holiday and La Dolce Vita.

    Today there are 12 different Vespa models across six families. These families are the Sprint, GTS, GTS Super, Primavera, 946, and PX. You're sure to find the Vespa that fits your needs and your style.