Saturday, January 14, 2012

2012 Piaggio Mp3 Touring LT 300 I.E. Review

2012 Piaggio Mp3 Touring LT 300 I.E. Review

The new Mp3 Touring is also available as the LT version, which may be ridden by holders of a normal passenger car license.
The Mp3 Touring brings completely revised looks and functionality to the most "classic" version of Mp3 while retaining the exceptional comfort, space and load capacity that have made the scooter a firm favourite for thousands of users all over the world.
2012 Piaggio Mp3 Touring LT 300 I.E. Model Highlights
Design
The evolved styling of the new Mp3 Touring is immediately evident at first glance. Engines
Piaggio Mp3 Touring is offered with a comprehensive range (125, 300, 400 and 500 cc) of 4-stroke, liquid cooled engines with electronic injection.


Technology
Riding the Piaggio MP3 is an experience that revolutionises the very concept of mobility, with the dual wheeled front suspension system ensuring levels of stability in curves far superior to any normal scooter. At speed, and even when riding behind other vehicles, the Piaggio MP3 Touring stays glued to the road and always delivers maximum performance in total safety. Measuring no more than a maxi scooter and boasting incredible agility, the Piaggio MP3 Touring is completely at home in the city centre. The revolutionary Piaggio MP3 boasts incredibly short braking distances unmatched by anything else in the scooter world: the powerful triple disc brake system and the incredible grip of the front end ensure stopping distances 20% shorter than the best performing scooter in critical grip conditions.

LT: The MP3 for everyone
All engine variants of the Piaggio Mp3 Touring above 125 cc are also available as LT versions.