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Articles for Piaggio

September 07, 2010

2010 Piaggio MP3 500 Sport Review

I have liked the Piaggio MP3 and its two-wheel front suspension from day 1, when we tested the 250cc version first imported to Canada in 2008. In our bumpy land, cutting the amplitude and violence of bumps in half has to be good. Adding front traction by doubling the contact patch greatly increases stability of the bike and rider confidence - it just makes sense. [more]

August 28, 2009

Piaggio Ape Calessino Electric Lithium: an electrifying Dolce Vita!

Here is a familiar three-wheeled light commercial vehicle for travelers who visit Italy: Piaggio's Ape Calessino. This one however has a silent ride and produces no emission because it is electric! [more]

May 29, 2009

2009 Piaggio MP3 250 First Impressions

For the past two years, I've been desperately looking to try out one of Piaggio's exciting new MP3 models. You know, the scooter with two front wheels that also tilts! [more]

May 20, 2009

2009 Piaggio Fly 150 Preview

Italian scooter manufacturer Piaggio, known on this side of the great pond mainly for its big three-wheeler (MP3) scooters, has added a smaller two-wheel model for the Canadian market, the 2009 Fly 150. Physically identical to the 50cc variant, this slightly larger Fly is powered by an urban-friendly 4-stroke engine. The very competitive pricing will no-doubt encourage potential buyers to add it to their "possible" list. [more]

March 14, 2009

Two-wheel fun and performance that's perfect for city commutes and touring adventures!

FSE scooters are selling like hot cakes these days, not only because of their modest prices and operating costs but also their increasingly interesting performance. They represent a smart choice for those who want to buy an exciting two-wheeler without having to sell their house! [more]

July 12, 2007

2007 Piaggio MP3 Road Test

Upon its 2006 European introduction (in 125-cc trim), the MP3 was the hottest new product on the market. Canadian Scooter Corp., the official Piaggio retailer in Canada, chose to bring in the 250-cc model, which is better suited for our road conditions. This scooter innovates by offering a two-wheel front setup as well as a parallelogram suspension. With its 250-cc engine, it proves to be an excellent machine for city riding. It also provides confidence-inspiring stability when cornering or braking. Beginners and advanced riders alike will find many reasons to enjoy the MP3. [more]