Test Vespa GTS 250
For a long time it seemed to scooter fans to be an unrealizable dream: a comfortable, powerful Vespa. Because until 2003 there was only the twelve hp, decades old two-stroke PX 200.
Then the Vespa GT 125 and GT 200 with contemporary four-stroke engines, twelve-inch chassis, disc brakes on both wheels and generous space brought a decisive step forward.
The new GTS 250 now remedies this deficiency. Your sovereign four-stroke, called Quasar, which already has the large wheel-
Scooter Piaggio Beverly 250 GT drives with very satisfactory results, has been heavily revised from the exhaust to the crank mechanism. Injection and G-Kat ensure compliance with Euro 3 and, even better, a spontaneous throttle response, which converts the perfectly coordinated variator into brilliant acceleration. This makes starting traffic lights really fun, especially since the engine seems completely effortless. The GTS manages 123 km / h, its thirst remains modest with 3.4 liters of super.
There is nothing wrong with lights and mirrors, ergonomics and brakes; Front-wheel ABS is even available for an extra charge. With its weight, its limited lean angle and somewhat sluggish handling, the GTS invites you to touring and cruising rather than hitting the hook between the lines of cars. The suspension was very tight, but the only thing that really failed was the helmet compartment because no full-face helmet would fit. we
Engine: water-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine, an overhead, chain-driven camshaft, four valves, injection, regulated catalytic converter,
Euro 3, centrifugal clutch and variator.
Bore x stroke 72 x 66 mm
Cubic capacity 244 cm3
Compression ratio 11: 1
Rated output 15.7 kW (21 hp) at 8500 rpm
Max. Torque 20.1 Nm at 6500 rpm
Top speed * 123 km / h
0 100 km / h 14.7 sec
Chassis: Self-supporting sheet steel body, drawn single-arm short swing arm at the front, drive unit swing arm with two spring struts at the rear, disc brake at the front, Ø 220 mm, double-piston floating caliper, disc brake at the rear, Ø 220 mm, two-piston fixed caliper.
Tires 120 / 70-12 51P; 130 / 70-12 62P
Dimensions and weights: wheelbase 1395 mm, seat height * 805 mm, weight with a full tank * 159 kg, payload * 181 kg, turning circle * 4.01 m, tank capacity 9.2 liters.
Two year guarantee
Colors red, black, silver
Price including additional costs / with ABS 4299/4799 euros
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