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Hello everyone. What is the difference between a vespa vxl 150 and a primavera 150? There is very little information and no proper comparisons online. Also, the vxl does not even show up in most vespa’s websites. What’s the deal with the vxl?
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Hello everyone. What is the difference between a vespa vxl 150 and a primavera 150? There is very little information and no proper comparisons online. Also, the vxl does not even show up in most vespa’s websites. What’s the deal with the vxl?
The VXL is made in India for the Indian market(and I think South America). It's based on the older LX chassis and has some cost saving features. They hung onto carburettors and had drum brakes on some models for a while.

It's a grey import here and there, which can trip up newbies who don't appreciate the differences.
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