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Abans Auto collaborates with Piaggio Group for iconic Vespa and Aprilia scooters launch in SL


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Abans Auto, the automobile retail arm of Abans Group, officially announced their appointment as Piaggio’s exclusive authorised distributor, and the subsequent launch of the famed Vespa and Aprilia Scooters in October.

Being a symbol of freedom, spontaneity, and adventure for over 73 years, Vespa holds the unique distinction of being the world’s first scooter. So, reflecting back on its Italian heritage and storied history, the latest Vespa lineup fuses its iconic design with innovative features that suit the rider of today. Each Vespa Scooter includes a MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) Sensor that synchronises the ignition timing with the engine speed and load for better fuel efficiency and higher power delivery. These bikes are available in attractive colour options as well as 150/125CC 3V tech engine. Other unique features include a monocoque steel body and aircraft-inspired single sided suspension that ensures a smoother ride.  Aprilia, on the other hand, provides the rider a performance that adds the special ‘thrill’ to his/her ride. Taking inspiration from its illustrious legacy as a Grand Prix legend, Aprilia Scooters comes with powerful 125 and 154.8cc engine options as well as a telescopic suspension, which offers heightened efficiency when the scooter speeds up. The 14” alloy wheels with 120mm tyres and twin piston brake caliper with 220mm disc work in perfect cohesion to create the sensation of a smooth, thrilling ride. Other features comprise of a mobile charging port and a digital meter.

Both Vespa and Aprilia are designed, developed and distributed by Piaggio, a world-renowned Italian automobile company that is Europe’s leading manufacturer of motorised two wheelers. 

Over the years, the Sri Lankan youth has showcased a marked preference for premium values as well as the desire to own differentiated products/brands. Vespa and Aprilia will fulfil these distinct experience needs as expressed by Sri Lanka’s discerning youth of today.

Starting from the price of Rs. 309,000 and Rs. 360,000 respectively, Vespa and Aprilia will be available for purchase through Abans Auto’s extensive island wide showroom network. Consumers will also receive hassle-free after-sales services with genuine spare parts at Abans Auto’s 350+ service centres across the country.


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