No, this MP3 scooter plays no music but comes with three wheels instead in the non-traditional manner – there are two independently suspended front wheels and one located behind, producing sensational handling characteristics to make it the perfect fool-proof learner/commuter bike. This 250cc single-cylinder, injected CVT scooter boasts a maximum speed of over 110kmh which is pretty decent considering the fact that the Piaggio MP3 was designed for city use. Features include a remote button on its key that opens up its underseat storage for helmets and various items and superior fuel economy (something worth considering as the price of fuel doesn’t seem to obey the law of gravity and drop, let alone stay put).
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