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Got me thinking after watching this video from Vespa Motorsports. Vespa of course has a cult following all over the world and are able to command a premium over similar models by other brands. Does the Vespa brand matters to you or will you consider more affordable alternatives?
Selling my lovely Vespa GTS 300 Super ABS/ASR.
Reason for selling: Will be working overseas
COE: 08 September 2025
Road Tax: 08 March 2021
Current Millage: 47,574 km
Accessories and Services:
- Zelioni shock absorber
- Wind Shield Faco Twin Screen
- Pillion Peg Extension Adaptor
- Headlight Rim
- Kappa 58L Top box with baseplate
- Full service done on 18/01/21 (with receipt)
- Sliding shoe and Roller new
- V belt new
- Sensor ABS new
- Drum changed
- Engine mounting new
Selling at $12,000.00 (negotiable)
Viewing at Sembawang - no obligation
Whatsapp me at 9112-4711 or follow this carousell link: https://www.carousell.sg/p/vespa-gts-super-300-abs-asr-1063686983/
I may not be active here.
1st come 1st serve basis.
Last of the carburetted KTM Duke. Light weighted (145kg dry) and more than enough torque to keep your smile on your face. Great city ride, nimble, fast from the start and amazing carburetted thumper sound which makes it more of a character ride than the efi successors. Unaffected by NEA ban.
Stock bike with: Brembo brakes Magura clutch WP fully adjustable suspension Marchesini wheels Steel braided lines Updated Silver engine without the issues of the earlier LC4, and with high flow heads.
Some upgrades: FCR carburetor Brembo RCS brake master cylinder New silicone radiator hose set installed. Lithium battery with switch for IU FBN921U New oversized radiator (May 2020) Clutch master rebuilt (Sep 2020) New chain (Oct 2020) Low 3x,000km for a 15-yr-old bike.
Registration date: 30 Dec 2004 COE expiration: 30 Apr 2024
Asking $6,000. Priced to sell due to work.
Best price is $6,000. If this is the bike you want, show your commitment and then we negotiate. Please pre-arrange viewing in Clementi at 81211154.
The Taiwanese OEM’s very first tilting three-wheeled scooter is here. The brand-new CV3 was officially announced on November 27, 2020.
The Kymco CV3 is powered by the company’s existing 550.4cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin. Curb weight is 280 kilograms, or just a hair over 617 pounds. USD forks suspend the paired 13-inch alloy front wheels. The rear is a 15-inch alloy, and you get dual disc brakes up front and a single disc in the rear to stop you.
Not so long ago, the three-wheeled scooter niche was fairly small, and consisted mostly of Piaggio MP3s in various sizes. Depending on the market you’re in, now you can also choose from a Peugeot Metropolis, a Yamaha Tricity, and the new Kymco CV3. The most direct comparison is the Piaggio MP3 500, and it seems as though Kymco sought to edge it out in multiple ways—at least, on paper.
Kymco CV3 Teaser video:
Apart from the 50-ish extra cubic centimeters, the CV3 makes a claimed 38kW (just under 51 hp) at 7,500 rpm, alongside 53 Nm (39.09 ft-lbs) of torque at 5,750 rpm. Meanwhile, the MP3 500 makes a claimed 32.5kW (44.2 hp) at 7,750 rpm, as well as 47.5Nm (35 ft-lbs) of torque at 5,500 rpm. Weight-wise, the CV3 is just 5 kilograms (11 pounds) heavier than the MP3 500 at the curb. In other words, it’s very, very close.
Of course, simple paper calculations can’t tell you everything you need to know about any scoot. Since the CV3 is brand new, and we don’t have crucial information like availability and price just yet—in addition to the fact that no one’s ridden the thing yet—it's impossible to do a fair comparison. Still, you can see exactly where Kymco was aiming. Will they hit the mark with the CV3? It remains to be seen. However, if leaning three-wheeled scoots call out to you, it must surely be nice to have a handful of options to choose from.