2012 Piaggio MP3 and Gilera Fuoco

The 2012 Vespa Piaggio with their two front wheels, the Piaggio MP3 and Gilera Fuoco have set new standards for dynamic stability, and deliver a revolutionary new riding experience. A front end with two independent tilting wheels gives cornering stability beyond that of any other scooter. At speed, even when riding behind large vehicles, the Piaggio MP3 and Gilera Fuoco stay stuck to the road and can always deliver maximum performance in total safety. The benefit of the three-wheel revolution really makes itself felt on wet roads and in other riding conditions that are critical for conventional two-wheelers.

The Piaggio MP3 and Gilera Fuoco offer unrivalled safety in town and city centres where it negotiates cobblestones, rough roads, tram lines and manhole covers with a sure-footed stabilit previously unachievable. The dimensions of a maxi scooter combined with amazing agility make the Piaggio MP3 and Gilera Fuoco completely at home in the city centre where it is also safe and easy to park thanks to an electro-hydraulic system that locks the suspension and allows the MP3 and Fuoco to stand upright even without the aid of its stand.

A front track of only 420mm allows the Piaggio MP3 and Gilera Fuoco to be homologated as a conventional two-wheel vehicle. The revolutionary Piaggio MP3 and Gilera Fuoco can stop in distances so incredibly short that  no other scooter can hope to compete. Thanks to a triple disc braking system and the exceptional grip afforded by the two front wheels, stopping distances are 20 percent shorter than comparable two-wheel scooters. When the road leaves the town behind, the Piaggio MP3 and Gilera Fuoco really show what they are made of. Excellent road holding, unmatched cornering safety and lean angle (up to 40 degrees) guarantee immense riding satisfaction on country roads.


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