Piaggio Liberty 125 3V

 

 

 

 

Make Model

Piaggio Liberty 125 3V

Year

2014

Engine

Four stroke, single cylinder, SOHC, 3 valve

Capacity

124 cc / 7.6 cub in.

Bore x Stroke

52 x 58.6 mm

Cooling System

Forced air

Lubrication

Wet sump

Fuel System

Injection

Starting

Electric, with flywheel

Max Power

7.6 kW / 10.3 hp @ 7500 rpm

Max Torque

10.4 Nm / 1.06 kgf-m / 7.67 lb/ft @ 6000 rpm

Clutch

Automatic centrifugal dry clutch

Transmission 

CVT with torque server

Final Drive

Belt

Frame

High strength tubular steel single cradle frame

Front Suspension

Hydraulic telescopic fork

Rear Suspension

Hydraulic shock absorber with adjustable preload

Front Brakes

240 mm Disc with hydraulic controls

Rear Brakes

140 mm Drum

Front Tyre

80/90 - 15

Rear Tyre

100/80 - 14

Dimensions

Length:  1920 mm / 75.5 in.

Width:     700 mm / 27.6 in.

Wheelbase

1345 mm / 53.0 in.

Seat Height

790 mm / 31.1 in.

Fuel Capacity 

6.5 L / 1.7 US gal

Consumption  average

3.3 L/100 km / 30.3 km/L / 71 mpg

Top Speed

95 km/h / 59 mph

Colours

Bianco Perla, Blu Midnight, Nero Grafite, Marrone Onix

Carefully designed for the city use, the Piaggio Liberty 125 3V features a sleek, contemporary design, a comfortable riding position and a smooth and efficient engine.

Talking about the engine, the scooter is equipped with a 125 cc, 4 stroke, 3-valve single cylinder unit which is mated on a CVT transmission with torque server and automatic centrifugal clutch. The engine is housed by a high strength tubular steel single cradle frame.

The scooter’s speed is kept under control by front 240 mm discs and rear 140 mm drum brakes.

You also get a pair of small 15 inch front and 14 inch rear wheels which are wrapped in 80/90 - 15” and 100/80 – 90 tubeless tires, respectively.

Other notable features include standard electronic immobiliser, wide footrest, under seat storage, low and comfortable seat and a clear instrument panel.

Elegantly metropolitan

Contemporary and sleek, the Liberty 125 is equipped with a Piaggio Leader 125cc 4-stroke engine offering smooth acceleration and excellent economy.

Features such as the large wheels, standard electronic immobiliser, wide footrest, under seat storage, low and comfortable seat and clear instrument panel guarantee convenience, high levels of grip and everyday practicality.

Light and easy to ride, the Liberty 125 is perfect for inner-city, suburban and longer-range journeys.
2014 Piaggio Liberty 125 3V Key Features:
• 125 4-stroke, 3 valve engines with electronic injection
• Low fuel consumption

Visually, the new Liberty looks similar to the previous model, with the same headlamp, leg shield-integrated turn signals, chrome inserts and Piaggio’s signature “tie”.

The chassis is new however, with a larger wheelbase (53.0 inches vs. 52.1 inches on the older unit). The front wheel is now 15 inches in diameter, compared to the 16-inch wheel in front of the 2013 model, and sports a narrower tire. The rear wheel remains 14 inches in diameter. Piaggio says the smaller front wheel and tire optimizes comfort and offers more efficient braking.

The seat is also new, with a more tapered shape, making it easier for the shorter-of-leg to put their feet down. Piaggio also used a new foam material in the seat to improve comfort. Under the seat, is a new storage area offering 10.8 liters of space, a 23% increase from the previous Liberty. The increased space comes from moving the battery to the back of the leg shield. Compartments behind the leg shield offer storage for small items while a bag hook offers added utility.