Anyone own one yet and have any opinions to share? On another forum out there I read a very favorable owner review of the updated 2014 Piaggio Fly 150 3V. The person who purchased it had nothing but good things to say about it. Out of curiosity I read a few online reviews also favorable. Last week I had a bit of time to kill so I stopped by the nearest Piaggio/Vespa dealership for a look around. I was not even entirely sure they got them in yet. When I arrived they asked me if I was looking for anything in particular and when I told I was curious about the new Fly 150 3V they pointed me to one they literally just got in. Since I have a soft spot for scooters it did not take long before the style really started calling to me. They asked me if I wanted to take a test ride but I was on limited time so I had to decline. However I was able to spend a good 15 minutes checking it out. Fit and finish was on par with the Italian made scooters even though these are made in China. I found the seating position comfortable and found it roomy (at least compared to my Elite 110). I also found the mirrors more functional then my Elite 110. Under seat storage was very generous. Overall a really highly functional looking scooter. What has me curious is the new motor? Supposedly these are supposed to put out a good amount of power and deliver low maintenance and class leading fuel economy. Rumors before release were 130 MPG but Piaggio claims 104 MPG. If it gets over 90 that is good in my book. At first I was not that serious but I can't seem to let it go. Its priced reasonably at $2,899 witch is doable but if they fee you to death this its not doable witch I have heard Piaggio dealers are famous for. Another concern is dealer support? In the Seattle area we have always had Vespa and Piaggio dealers but they tend to bounce around from dealer to dealer. However things have been a bit more stable in this regard lately. They just don't seem to sell in volumes that dealers can make money here. Also I have a pretty strong dose of past "Not So Good" experience with Italian products. I know they are doing far better then they used to do and have a completely different model then in the past. However I am still slightly concerned. I do have an Aprilia SportCity 250 that so far has needed nothing but oil and gas. So I am not as concerned as I used to be. However I am not sure I would trust a garage full of Italian bikes even today. I still kind of want it but its a bit of a reach. Especially at full MSRP plus fees they are likely hitting you with. However usually once I get something on my radar screen it happens eventually. I don't see these being super hot sellers so they will always be around if you want one. In a few years time it will probably not be impossible to pick one up used.