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2008 Vespa S 150 Scooter Review Photo Gallery

Motorcycle USA scooter correspondent Steve Guzman samples the Vespa S 150 scooter, an urban commuter that continues Vespa’s stylish lines. Read the full story in our 2008 Vespa S 150 Scooter Review.

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The Vespa S 150 has a substantial kick start, but mine seemed to be disengaged. It wouldn't grab hold to turn the engine over.
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2008 Vespa S 150 Scooter Review
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The US version of the S requires flashers to be mounted on the headset. The indicators on the body are now just driving lights.
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Speedo, fuel gage, clock, and warning lights all packed into a busy, chromy, cluster.
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The pockets are deep enough to catch your Blackberry.
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Here you can see the catch-all pockets and grocery bag hook.
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My half helmet fit nicely. Looks like there's room for a full face helmet under the seat. Tool kit included.
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Vespa added a new color for 2009 for those not satisfied with the S 150's current color palette.
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The corsa seat is stylish, but also forces the rider to sit toward the front of the seat.
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150cc Piaggio LEADER engine. Low Emissions Advanced Engine Range.
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Looks fast standing still.
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2008 Vespa S on the left and 1985 Vespa T5 on the right.