Piaggio had launched ABS and CBS-equipped variations of most of its Vespa scooters back in December 2018. One Vespa that didn’t get the protection function on the time the LX 125. Nonetheless, Piaggio has geared up this mannequin with the protection function together with a change in its identify. Known as the Vespa ZX 125 CBS, the retro-styled scooter has been priced at Rs 78,750 (ex-showroom, Mumbai).
Sellers we spoke to additionally knowledgeable us that the ZX 125 has now turn out to be probably the most inexpensive Vespa providing within the nation, changing the Notte 125 because it hasn’t been up to date with the necessary security function but. In response to the up to date value listing, the subsequent within the Vespa vary is the VXL 125 CBS with a value of Rs 92,372. Sitting above the VXL CBS is the SXL CBS that prices Rs 95,668. The vary in India goes all the way in which as much as the top-of-the-line SXL 150 ABS which is priced Rs 1.07 lakh.
In contrast to the LX 125 which acquired drums at each ends, the ZX includes a disc brake up entrance. Every little thing else, nonetheless, stays unchanged. Suspension duties are nonetheless carried out by the single-sided, hydraulic shock absorber and hydraulic monoshock. The bike is powered by the 125cc, carburetted, Three-valve, single-cylinder engine that makes 9.6hp at 7,250rpm and 9.9Nm at 6,250rpm.
By way of competitors, the ZX 125 CBS goes up in opposition to different CBS-equipped 125cc scooters just like the Suzuki Entry 125 (Rs 61,858), Suzuki Burgman Avenue (Rs 70,878), Honda Grazia (Rs 66,231), Honda Activa 125 (Rs 66,589) and the TVS Ntorq 125 (Rs 65,010).
All costs, ex-showroom Mumbai.