The Piaggio Vespa LX embodies the original yet simple design that made it popular during its hey-day and this design has been carried over in a more modern form. The design theme includes the round headlight, curvy body panels and of course the slightly forward leaning stance. Vespa LX has instrument console of Vespa LX 125 is also simple yet stylish with usage of white and carbon color. Speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge is analogue with a digital clock with buttons to set the time which is a welcome feature. Vespa LX's engine is butter smooth to drive. It may not be the fastest in its segment but once it start going, it keeps on going really well. There is ample amount of torque which keeps it moving easily through city traffic. Once you pass the initial phase then you can experience the power of this 125cc engine. Noise and vibrations are very minimal on high speeds. It will take you around 10 seconds to reach 60km/hour from standstill and soon you will find yourself near to 90km/hr. Refinement level is quite satisfactory and even after weighing around 114kgs due to its steel body it still manages to maintain a good power to weight ratio. Piaggio Vespa LX 125 manages to give better fuel efficiency than most of the scooters available in India. In city conditions it may give you a mileage of around 45-50km/ltr which will increase on long runs. Numbers are quite impressive for this capacity of engine. Piaggio Vespa features 10 inch, 3-spoke alloy wheels which look very premium on this Italian scooter. The R10 size of nylogrip tyres holds the road really well. Piaggio Vespa LX 125 is available in six attractive shades: Nero Volcano (Black), Monte Bianco (White), Rosso Dragon (Red), Giallo Lime (Yellow), Midnight Blue and Rosso Chainto (Dark Maroon). Some things look expensive at an economical price but that's not the case with Vespa; it is as expensive as it looks. Piaggio Vespa LX competes Honda Activa 125, Mahindra Duro and Suzuki Swish.