Friday, August 20, 2010
This first bike is actually still new, as in never registered or titled. A 2006 Dragon red GTS 250, it was set aside as a demo, though it still has very few miles on it. It may still have demo miles added until it sells, but currently has less than 330 miles on it. Will come with full warranty from date of purchase. Asking $4300 + tax, title, freight, prep, doc fee. (Price includes current Vespa promo on GTS's)
SOLD! A 2001 Vespa Dragon red ET2 with under 525 miles on it for $1640. Has a few minor dings and scratches, but a strong solid 2-stroke motor and crisp sharp brakes. Best ET2 I've ridden. SOLD!
2007 Excalibur Grey GTS with 287 miles on it. Includes fly screen, very clean scooter. Asking $4100.
2005 Piaggio X9 500cc, the Italian Maxi-Scooter. Includes OEM topcase. Some slight dings and scrapes. Less than 2500 miles, asking $3400.
We also have a 2008 Portofino Green LXV 150 with 340 miles on it. Not pictured, but it looks just like new. Asking $4000
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Purchase a 2009 or earlier model Vespa GTV 250 and receive $1,200 off MSRP.
Program Period: August 2nd thru October 31st, 2010
Eligible Scooters: All new & unused 2009 and earlier model year Vespa GTS 250, GTS 250 Super, and GTV 250 scooters.
$500 off 2008, 2009, 2010 Vespa 150's
$400 off 2008, 2009, 2010 Vespa LX 50
To celebrate the Summer Vespa is rolling out a special offer on its most popular models...the Vespa 150's and the classic LX 50.
This is a great deal on Vespa's most popular models. We currently have LX 150s in Red, Black, Midnight Blue, and Pink which qualify for this promotion. We have a Red Vespa S 150 which qualifies, and a Pink LX 50 which would get the $400 rebate.
From July 15, 2010 through September 15, 2010 customers purchasing a new and unused 2008, 2009 or 2010 carbureted Vespa S 150, Vespa LX 150 or Vespa LXV 150 motor scooter at participating dealerships will receive a $500 discount off the stated MSRP.
Customers purchasing a 2008, 2009, 2010 two-valve engine LX 50 will receive a $400 discount off the stated MSRP.