Piaggio Liberty S 150 IE 3V

The new Piaggio Liberty S 150 IE 3V with finishes and dedicated colors. Thanks to the dedicated graphics and details such as wheel rims, black with polished channel, rack and mirrors, black and red stitching of the saddle, the S set-up is aimed at young, dynamic users . The new Piaggio Liberty S 150 IE 3V stands out for its superior polish performance: 9.6 kW at 7,750 rpm of power and torque of 13 Nm at 6,500 rpm make Liberty S 150 particularly lively both in metropolitan traffic conditions in both stretches of road to fast sliding. All while maintaining the extraordinarily low power consumption, up to 57 km/l at a constant speed of 40 km/h . Altogether, Piaggio Liberty S 150 IE 3V 150 resumes all the attributes of practicality, safety and driving pleasure of the standard versions .

Piaggio Liberty S 150 IE 3V

Available in Grigio Titanio (Grey).

SPECIFICATIONS
Engine Type Single cylinder, 4 stroke, 3 valve with electronic injection
Cylinder Capacity 149.5cc
Bore X Stroke 62.2 X 48.6 mm
Max Power At Shaft 8.6 Kw at 8,000 rpm
Max Torque 11.2Nm at 6,250 rpm
Starting Electric
Transmission Twist & Go Automatic CVT
Chassis Load-bearing high strength reinforced steel tube design
Front Suspension 32 mm telescopic fork
Rear Suspension Single coil spring shock absorber with dual effect dampening & adjustable preload
Front Brake 240 mm disc with dual-piston caliper
Rear Brake 110mm drum
Front Tyre/Rear Tyre Alloy Tubeless 80/90-15′ / Alloy Tubeless 100/80 14′
Length 1,930mm
Width 705mm
Wheelbase 1,325mm
Seat Height 775 mm
Dry Weight 112 kg
Fuel Tank capacity 7 litres
Maximum Speed n/a
Emission Standard Euro 3

The range of colours is extensive and ever changing. Piaggio constantly introduces new colours for its Piaggio and Vespa ranges to keep the choices fresh. Simply put, with Piaggio brands there is a great choice of colours and you’ll be sure to find one that suits your style. Not all colours available at all times due to stock availability. Images are for illustration purposes only. * Top speed is an estimation, and may vary dependent on loads and conditions.