Lambretta scooter launch

Lambretta announces launch date

Italian scooter brand Lambretta returns to Australia in August with six models, nine dealers and a public invitation to the launch. Scooter fans can get a sneak peak of the Lambretta model range at the Mailing Rd Auto Classico Event, held at Mailing Road, Canterbury in Melbourne on Sunday, 19 August, 2018. Official launch Otherwise, they can attend …

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Lambretta V prices

Lambretta announces scooter prices

Italian scooter brand Lambretta returns to Australia soon with six models that undercut the prices of countryman Vespa. They will come in 50cc, 125cc or 169cc models in V and V Special variants differentiated by the front guard. Lambretta V has a conventional “flex” front guard that moves with the steering like most scooters.  V …

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Electric scooter figures in Lambretta return

Iconic Italian scooter brand Lambretta is expected to return to Australia in September with three models, followed by an electric version. Last year, the iconic Italian scooter brand celebrated its 70th anniversary with an anniversary V-Special model (pictured above), a Euro4-compliant range and plans to develop an electric scooter. Around the same time, Mojo Motorcycles …

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Lambretta V-Special "Vendetta" return

Lambretta plans return to Australia

Iconic Italian scooter brand Lambretta is planning a return to Australia by the end of this year with a range of new models. Lambretta has just celebrated its 70th anniversary with an anniversary V-Special model and an revamped range, including an electric scooter. International Sales Manager Michael Fulton has confirmed that the company will return to …

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Lambretta V-Special "Vendetta"

Lambretta plans Vendetta on copycats

Lambretta is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a revamped range, including an electric scooter, and a vendetta on copycat Asian models. The iconic Italian scooter company says the global market is flooded with replicas of classic Lambrettas from China, India and Thailand. Mother company Innocenti SA, of Lugano, has announced it will take a strict stance …

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