Vespa Celebrates Milestone with Primavera 50th Anniversary Edition – Drive Safe and Fast

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Published on December 24th, 2018 | by Amirul Mukminin

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Vespa Celebrates Milestone with Primavera 50th Anniversary Edition

Naza Premira Sdn Bhd, official distributor of the Vespa brand in Malaysia has launched the Primavera 50th Anniversary Edition, a special series released by Piaggio, in conjunction with the Primavera’s glorious celebration of 50 years since its first introduction in 1968.

The 50th Anniversary Edition model is equipped with the latest generation 150 cc four-stroke engine with high performance and fuel efficiency. New features include the distinctive ‘tie’ on the front and the chrome crest on the  front mudguard. It rides on 12-inch five-spoke aluminium alloy wheels, which is said to be the largest in the brand’s history.

The latest model stands out with its new Light Blue and Brown colours with coordinated saddles, sleek grey finish on the five-spoke wheels and the elegant logo at the back.

The new Primavera offers a wide range of accessories including a top box in the same colour as the vehicle that can hold a full-face helmet. The top box can be had with a backrest, covered in the same material as the seat. The chromium-plated base where the top box is mounted can also be used as a luggage rack.

Maximum protection is ensured by the anti-chip methacrylate windscreen, which can be customised with the Vespa logo. The scooter can also be fitted with a flyscreen – available in both transparent and tinted material – that elegantly complements the design.

Additionally, customers can also opt for front and rear luggage racks, as well as front side and rear chrome protection.

The Vespa Primavera 50th Anniversary Edition is priced at RM16,300 (on-the-road without insurance).

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