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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by cabanza, Nov 7, 2019.
No specs yet other than the scooter features a 325 cc engine. Looks good!
Wow! This might be my next scooter....if it ever comes to our shores.
Nice I really like that, I know for a fact it will never come to Canada.
The more I see of it the more I'm beginning to like.
Love the wheels , the machine looks to be a longer wheel base than the Vespa's. That could just be the way the body is designed though.
Like the color, like the looks of the seat.
Hope to see some real spec's soon.
Is it just me or do the wheels look bigger than the 12-inch wheels on the V200?
My guess is 13” wheels.
as for color, I hope they come in shiny black...or white.
I could be (easily) convinced to buy that!
Those wheels look like 14 inchers to me.
Love how Lambretta is engraved in the taillight.
So who makes it and who makes the motor? Think it’s plastic or metal?
When I was a kid my dad got me this little Lambretta scooter, made by Britains. I have it on my desk. I like how the new Lambretta recalls the nice styling cues of the classic one.
This is just a prototype. The production model is months away so there's little data about the scooter and its engine. If it truly is a 325 cc then it's no BV350. I think Sym (Taiwan) makes the engine for Lambretta. Does Sym have a 325 cc engine? A 300 cc engine?
The Sym Fiddle 200 has a 169 cc air cooled engine which is the same as the Lambretta V200.
Citycom has 300cc, 278cc actually.
Lambretta is also introducing an electric scoot in 2020 as well.