See photos of the Piaggio Fly 150 in Motorcycle USA’s Piaggio Fly 150 photo gallery. Read more in the 2012 Piaggio Fly 150 Scooter Review.
- Stylish looks and value pricing means plenty of Fly 150s have been sold since 2005.
- The Fly 150 tops out at around 60 mph, giving a little more going downhill and a little less going uphill.
- The Piaggio Fly 150 feels like a Vespa, though has a much more reasonable price.
- Instruments on the Fly 150 are easy to read and provide all the necessary information while scooting around town.
- The Piaggio Fly 150 is stable and handles neatly.
- The Piaggio Fly 150 comes with a powertrain built in Italy mated with the rest of the scooter which is built in China.
- Braking was solid and dependable on the Piaggio Fly 150.
- Underseat storage is ample for a full-face helmet.
- 12-inch wheels and decent rubber give the Fly 150 quick steering and stability—the best of both worlds.
- The Piaggio Fly 150 as an air-cooled, 149cc Single that has a sound akin to the Vespa.
- The Fly 150 has more than enough power to get you around town, but intercity commuting is its weak spot.
- Sticker in glove box reads "Manufactured by Piaggio & C, SpA—Italy, Made in China." No pets!