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Piaggio MP3 400ie
Levels of safety and roadholding that would be impossible with a two-wheeler, matched with power and verve delivering pure fun and maximum riding enjoyment: these are the unbeatable characteristics that have made the Mp3 such a brilliant success.
The technically revolutionary three-wheel layout with two front wheels is the basis of the extraordinary success of the Mp3, a scooter unlike anything else in the world which, with its innovative design with two independently sprung and tilting wheels redefined the very concept of dynamic stability.
This winning formula - as proven by over 100,000 Mp3 scooters sold worldwide - has, over the years, spawned a multitude of different versions and spec levels to cater for the needs of every possible user. These include the Mp3 Hybrid, the world's first scooter with parallel hybrid drive and plug-in technology, and the Mp3 Yourban, which offers the exceptional stability and safety of the Mp3 in a vehicle conceived for urban use and simplicity.
The Mp3 Touring brings completely revised looks and functionality to the most "classic" version of Mp3 while retaining the exceptional comfort, space and load capacity that have made the scooter a firm favourite for thousands of users all over the world.
There is also a new and more extensive choice of engines: the new Mp3 Touring is available with the classic 125, 300 and 400 engine sizes, which are now joined by an all-new 500cc version offered in "Sport" and "Business" spec levels.
Piaggio Mp3 Touring 400 I.E. Model Highlights
The evolved styling of the new
Mp3 Touring is immediately evident at first glance. While retaining a
distinct resemblance with the rest of the Mp3 family, the new Touring boasts
a new honeycomb front grille and a satin-finish centre moulding in the front
The design of the windscreen is
also completely new and offers even more protection than before. The new
windscreen is adjustable, with three different settings: the gap between the
top fairing and the windscreen splits the air flow into two parts, directed
over and under the windscreen itself to eliminate turbulence at mid and high
The new design of the top fairing has also freed up space for a practical storage pocket with three compartments under the windscreen.
Other new features are the hand
grips, with improved grip and ergonomics, the silver colour finish of the
wheels, and the saddle, which is now upholstered with new materials and
enhanced with relief stitching. The Touring retains the same class-beating
features of the Mp3 in terms of comfort and functionality, such as the
large, ergonomic rear grab handle with integrated backrest, and the luggage
compartment, accessible from under the saddle and from the rear hatch, with
a record-breaking 65 Litres
Piaggio Mp3 Touring is offered with a comprehensive range (125, 300, 400 and 500 cc) of 4-stroke, liquid cooled engines with electronic injection.
The Piaggio Mp3 Touring 400ie is driven by the powerful and reliable, 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid cooled and electronically fuel injected 400 cc engine, producing an impressive 34 hp at 7,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 37.6 Nm at 5,500 rpm.
Riding the Piaggio MP3 is an
experience that revolutionises the very concept of mobility, with the dual
wheeled front suspension system ensuring levels of stability in curves far
superior to any normal scooter. At speed, and even when riding behind other
vehicles, the Piaggio MP3 Touring stays glued to the road and always
delivers maximum performance in total safety. The benefits of the three
wheel revolution can be felt particularly on wet roads and in other riding
conditions that are critical for conventional two-wheelers.
Measuring no more than a maxi
scooter and boasting incredible agility, the Piaggio MP3 Touring is
completely at home in the city centre. It is also remarkably easy to park,
as the electrohydraulic front suspension hold system keeps the vehicle
upright without using the stand.
The revolutionary Piaggio MP3 boasts incredibly short braking distances unmatched by anything else in the scooter world: the powerful triple disc brake system and the incredible grip of the front end ensure stopping distances 20% shorter than the best performing scooter in critical grip conditions.
When the road leaves the town
behind, the Piaggio MP3 really shows what it is made of. Road holding,
cornering safety and lean angle unattainable for conventional scooters
guarantee immense riding satisfaction on fast country roads.
The 125, 300 and 400 versions of the new Piaggio Mp3 Touring are available in four metallic colours - Cosmo Black, Orione Grey, Midnight Blue and Antares Red