Piaggio Typhoon 125 Review
Piaggio plans to launch the Typhoon 125cc and 150cc scooter for India as the Piaggio Fly. Once launched Piaggio Typhoon 150cc scooter will be India’s first 150cc scooter. Typhoon 125 coming with a pretty a basic construction. Piaggio focusing more male buyers for this scooter.
Typhoon 125 Key Specifications
- Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke engine
- 8.2 Nm @ 7500 rpm power output
- Automatic gears transmission
- 55.88 mm x 27.94 mm bore and stroke
- Electric Starter With Automatic Choke ignition
- 220 mm Disc brake in front & Drum 140 mm rear
- Hydraulic Telescopic Fork front suspension
- Hydraulic Single Shock Absorber rear suspension
Engine, Gears and Performance
Piaggio Typhoon is an upcoming 125cc scooter with compact dimensions. This vehicle is practical in all aspects and packed with Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke engine. It can offer 2.2″ x 1.1″ bore and stroke.
8.2 Nm @ 7500 rpm is maximum torque. Engine mated with Automatic gears – CVT transmission. 60 mph is the top speed of this scooter. The scooter is efficient to return gas mileage of 90 mpg.
Brakes and Suspension
It gets good braking and suspension options. There is 220 mm Disc With Dual-Piston Floating Caliper brakes in front. Rear blessed with Drum 140 mm for safety ride. The bike packed with Hydraulic Telescopic Fork With Straight Stanchions front suspension.
Rear gets Hydraulic Single Shock Absorber With Spring Preload suspension. It promises Rugged looks and sporty performance. So it is Ideal for cruising around town and short trips. The scooter is designed in Italy and fully automatic for good comfort of passenger and rider.
Colors. Dimensions and Features
This scooter will be available in Cult White and graphite black color options. Electric Starter With Automatic Choke is the ignition used in this bike. 120/80-12″ Tubeless tyre offered in front and 130/80-12″ Tubeless rear.
The scooter also features a 7ltrs fuel tank capacity. Storage option is good and you have Under seat storage compartment. 12” alloy wheels for agility and stability an d it is far superior to steel. The scooter may cost nearly one Lakh.