Piaggio Liberty 150
Price excludes $400 PDI, $600 Freight & $150 Doc.
For those seeking something a little more powerful than the 125 cc version, Piaggio developed Liberty 150 ABS. Whilst the look and bike itself are identical to its less powerful twin, what’s different is the fuel-injected single cylinder engine which, like the rest of the family, benefits from i-get (Italian Green Experience Technology) but delivers a punchy 9.3 kW at 7500 rpm and torque of 12.8 Nm at 6500 rpm meaning it has plenty of go in all conditions whilst offering great safety in the form of the front-wheel ABS only. On the environmental side, it also stands up to scrutiny, conforming with Euro 5 standards. On the aesthetics front, it has the same elegant look as the 125 cc and the large diameter tyres (16” in front and 14” at the rear) which are such a key element in the design and are a perfect foil to such distinctive visual features as the vertical decorative element on the front shield. Last but not least, the Liberty 150 ABS includes two lockable storage spaces, with a handy glove box in the rear of the shield and an underseat compartment large enough to hold a full-face helmet.
Firing on a full cylinder
The single cylinder which powers the Piaggio Liberty 150 ABS can get up to 9.3 kW at 7500 rpm and has a torque of 12.8 Nm at 6500 rpm delivering a performance which makes this scooter not only perfect for getting around town but also for longer trips, such as the typical home-office commute. And, despite the power, it is extremely economical when it comes to fuel consumption and harmful emissions, certified Euro 5 by the anti-pollution compliance body.
A scooter made for two
The driver of the Piaggio Liberty 150 ABS can be sure of experiencing maximum comfort with the perfect seat-footwell-handlebar combination thanks to a seat height of 787 mm, and a front shield which provides plenty of protection, even in rainy weather. The passenger is not forgotten either, with comfortable, solid fold-away footrests and a long, roomy seat.
Attention to detail
Nothing is left to chance with the Piaggio Liberty 150 ABS from the LED parking lights to the instrument panel which cleverly mixes analogue and digital technology where the large speedometer takes pride of place amongst the LCD multi-function panel. It comes with a lockable glove box nestled in the rear of the shield, controlled by the ignition switch, and a compartment able to hold a full-face helmet beneath the seat that is accessed by simply pressing a button on the handlebar.