Vespa Urban Club 125
This was Vespa’s entry-level offering to the Indian market. The Urban Club 125 model was also known as Vespa LX 125. Vespa Urban Club 125 Launch Dates:
The Urban Club 125 was launched in India in May 2019. Although it is
available in a few international markets, Vespa India discontinued this model in May 2022. ...Read MoreRead Less
Vespa Urban Club 125 Price:
There was one variant of the Vespa Urban Club 125 before it was discontinued. The BS6 version was priced at Rs. 1,07,167 ex-showroom, Delhi.
Vespa Urban Club 125 Design:
The Urban Club 125 is designed based on Vespa’s LX platform, which includes Notte and Urban Club. The base design, however, isn’t very different from Vespa’s VXL series. However, unlike the VXL, the Urban Club did not feature chrome parts. This scooter came in four colors, Maze Grey, Azzurro Provenza, Glossy Yellow, and Glossy Red.
Vespa Urban Club 125 Dimension:
Although this was the entry-level Vespa, the suspensions were noteworthy. The riding posture was upright and comfortable for city riding and riding long distances. The scooter weighed 115 kilograms like other Vespas.
Vespa Urban Club 125 Features:
Since it was a basic variant of Vespas, the Urban Club 125 didn’t get much attention to its features. The scooter did not get DRL or LED lighting set up. The instrument cluster was fully analog with a black and white LCD clock.
Vespa Urban Club 125 Engine and Performance:
The 3 valve configuration on a single-cylinder like all Vespas was featured on this scooter. A 124.45cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine on the Urban Club produced 9.92 PS power at 7,500 RPM and 9.6 Nm torque at 5,500 RPM.
The automatic gearbox was CVT.
Vespa Urban Club 125 Mileage:
Users claimed that Vespa Urban Club 125 returned a mileage of 45 kilometers a litre. The scooter was given a 7.4 litre fuel tank.
Vespa Urban Club 125 Rivals:
Suzuki Access, Suzuki Burgman Street, Yamaha RayZR, Yamaha Fascino, TVS NTorq, TVS Jupiter, Honda Dio, Honda Grazia, Hero Maestro, Aprilia SR 125, Aprilia Storm 125 and Aprilia SXR 125 are direct rivals to the Vespa Urban Club 125.