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2010 Vespa GTS 300 Super Review Photo Gallery
The Super's modern, liquid-cooled, four-valve, fuel-injected Single means hills, no matter how steep, just aren't a problem.
Motorcycle USA contributing editor Gabe Ets-Hokin samples the Vespa GTS 300 Super luxury scooter. Read the full story in our
2010 Vespa GTS 300 Super Review
The 2010 Vespa GTS300 is an evolution of the GTS250 model and is the largest capacity Vespa ever made.
Fuel gauge, temperature gauge and clock round out the instrumentation. Anti-theft ignition is very effective, and standard.
The GTS's styling is modern, but unmistakable as a Vespa. Che bella!
Chromed passenger pegs fold neatly back into the cowling when not in use.
Dual disc brakes with braided-steel lines deliver sure, safe stops, two-tone wheels deliver the latest in Euro automotive fashion.
The GTS300 has wide, cushy seat with lots of room for two, underseat storage for two half-helmets, and a locking glovebox.
The GTS300 is held together by a monoque chassis that makes for good handling and maneuverability.
The Super corners as well as anything with a purse hook has a right to do.
Chrome grab rails replace the luggage rack found on the standard GTS300.
Fuel economy with the GTS300 is still quite acceptable: I saw around 60 mpg in my very unscientific mpg testing, which means you can expect 120-150 miles from its 2.4 gallon tank.
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