Piaggio MP3 Scooter

Piaggio MP3 Scooter

While the Vespa has recently seen a resurgence in popularity in crowded urban areas I have to say I'm more of a fan of its new sibling, the Piaggio MP3. Like the original Vespa the MP3 is compact and small which makes navigating crowded streets and finding a parking space a lot easier than with a car. But unlike the Vespa the Piaggio MP3 has a unique three wheeled design. It almost looks like a tricycle going backwards since it uses two wheels in the front to allow for greater stability and balance particularly when cornering. While the Vespa may turn a few heads the Piaggio MP3 will probably result in confused stares.

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