Vespa ET Range

The Vespa ET range was introduced to Europe in 1996 with what has come to be known as a "Pre-Leader" engine. Hopefully some of our european friends will post the specifications relating to the pre-leader ET.

The re-introduction of Vespa to the American market took place in October/November of 2001 with the release of the Vespa ET2 and Vespa ET4 to the US market. The first dealership in the US to sell these new models was Vespa of California, at their Sherman Oaks, CA location. The ET range was replaced by the LX Range in 2006.

The ET2 is an automatic two stroke 50cc model with speeds around 45 mph, while the ET4 is an automatic four stroke 150cc model with speed reaching around 60 mph.
Last Updated Sun, 06 Jun 2021 01:45:06 +0000

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