The New Piaggio MP3 300 meets all the challenges of everyday transport no matter what the weather conditions. The Piaggio MP3 300 is less than $10,000 MLP
Being an everyday rider means you have to meet whatever the weather and road conditions throw at you and Piaggio’s new Mp3 300 can take pretty much everything in its stride.
While many typical two wheelers can give you the impression they’d prefer to bit tucked away in the garage when things get downright ugly, the Mp3 is in its element.
The unique dual front wheels provide unrivalled grip and stability on a multitude of surfaces including wet roads, slick manhole covers and white lines and the equally frightening tram tracks.
Since release, the “Scooter of the Year” winning MP3 has broken new ground in the Maxi scooter category creating a loyal rider base who recognise and embrace the superior road holding, braking and technical advantages only this innovative design can offer.
The new MP3 300 further develops these unrivalled features with the addition of the proven 300 Quasar motor for more grunt and ease of use compared to its predecessor. A new 14 inch rear wheel and all new body styling enhance the design to offer the most refined MP3 to date. It’s taking everyday riding to a whole new level.
Great new features include:
•Larger liquid-cooled, 4-valve, EFI, 278cc engine for more power and improved low end torque for better fuel economy.
•Leading technology ride by wire throttle control technology optimises air fuel mixture for smoother power and enhanced riding comfort.
•65 litre under seat storage
•New 14 inch rear wheel with 140/60 tyre for better wear and improved road holding
•New screen and body styling include redesigned ergonomic seat and passenger backrest.
MLP is at $9,990 plus on road costs: Colours include Silver, Black, Red and Blue.
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