Vespa Scooters are coming back to Pakistan with an expected price tag of RS. 300,000

Ravi Pakistan is bringing Vespa Primavera to Pakistan in March

Not too long ago, Vespas were one of the most used and prominent vehicles of Pakistan. The iconic blue scooters were abundant on roads until it stopped selling. Even today in some parts of the country the iconic scooter is still seen commuting on the roads.

But now, Ravi Group of Companies has partnered with Piaggio Italy to bring back Vespa scooters in the country and it already looks like it will be the go-to scooter.

Piaggio and Ravi are launching the Vespa Primavera in Pakistan on the 2nd of March during the Pakistan Auto Show at Expo Center Lahore.

The two companies are already collaborating with each other by selling the Piaggio 125 Storm Bike and Derbi STX150 and Derbi ETX150 in Pakistan.

For the new generation who haven’t seen the original Vespa, here are some images to compare the two models.


Design and Specifications of Vespa Primavera Pakistan

The Vespa Primavera looks quite a lot like the old school Vespa scooter that was commonly used in Pakistan except it doesn’t come with a spare tire anymore.

The major changes on the scooter are in fact made inside making it years ahead of its ancestor. Here are the complete specifications of the Primavera.

  • Available in 125cc or 150cc Euro-4 engine
  • Self-electric start
  • electronic fuel injection
  • automatic (CVT) gearbox
  • Adjustable coil spring
  • Hydraulic shock absorber
  • ABS with disk brakes
  • Alloy wheels with 11” tubeless tires
  • 8 liters fuel tank
  • 54 km/l fuel average

Vespa Primavera Pakistan Release date and Price

The Vespa Primavera will be launched on March 2 at the Pakistan Auto Show in Expo Center Lahore. According to Ravi Group of Companies, the introductory price of the 150cc version of the Vespa will be RS. 299,000.

After 16th of March, the price will be RS. 330,000.

If you want to be the first to see the launch of the scooter, make sure you visit the Expo Center Lahore on March 2nd. Use the map to get there.


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