You can now buy any new Vespa scooter online

Vespa USA has announced that it is making the buying process easier for potential customers with its online store. While Vespa-curious have been able to view current models and options on the Vespa website from the start, now we will also be able to check stock availability, promotions and place orders for bikes, accessories and clothing. fully online.

Ordering accessories and clothing online is quite common, whether related to the Vespa or not. However, ordering and even financing your next bike entirely online is a relatively new phenomenon, when it comes to new bike sales. We saw MV Agusta been doing this lately, and it’s not too surprising that other brands are starting to offer similar options.

If you are interested in a new Vespa, this new system is already online at the official Vespa USA store, so let’s check it out.

This is what happens when you order a Vespa online.

Let’s say you go through models and decide you want a specific model. You choose the color, then add it to your cart. Then you will get an on-screen confirmation pop-up to let you know that you have successfully completed your selection mission. From there, you can either purchase accessories or go straight to checkout.

Basket confirmation

When choosing to pay, you must go through each of the steps in order and press the “Confirm” button before the Vespa USA store will allow you to proceed to the next step. For example, the first thing you will see is the list of items in your shopping cart. You must confirm this before you can select the dealer by entering your zip code.


This is when Vespa USA will tell you how long you will have to wait to take delivery of your selected bike. For example, I had three Vespa dealers in my area. If I wanted to buy the Primavera in these screenshots, I would have to wait 30 days at one reseller and 90 days at two other resellers.

Purchase Steps

It then walks you through current promotions, including finance offers, accessory bonuses with new Vespa purchases, and more. It is also at this stage that you will be invited to apply for funding. If you choose this route, you must insert an app identification number to continue the purchase process.


It’s a fairly straightforward process that makes ordering your new Vespa scooter as easy as you would order a new Vespa branded t-shirt. If you want the comfort and convenience of ordering your next scooter while you relax in your pajamas, Vespa Store USA is officially here for you.

Source: Vespa store United States

Piaggio launches a range of Aprilia and Vespa scooters that comply with BS6 fuel injection standard!

Although the two-wheeler maker has not disclosed the price increase, we expect BS6 compliant models to warrant at least a premium of Rs 10,000.

Piaggio India today announced the launch of the BS6 compliant scooter range from Vespa and Aprilia. The Italian two-wheeler manufacturer had launched the BS6 compliant models of the 125cc and 150cc Vespas with Aprilia SR with 125cc and 150cc as well as Storm 125cc in India. All these models are now also injection. The Aprilia SR range is equipped with a new 160 cc engine capable of developing 11 hp of power. The two-wheeler manufacturer has yet to reveal the price increase accompanying the changes. However, we expect prices to increase by at least Rs 10,000 from the current price.

The Aprilia range of scooters in India currently includes the SR 150 Race, SR 150 Carbon, SR 150, SR 125 and Storm 125. Their prices range from Rs 65,000 to Rs 79,000. While the Vespa range includes models such as Urban Club, Notte, ZX, Red, SXL 150, VXL 150, SXL 125, VXL 125, Elegante 150, Elegante 125 and Vespa. Their prices are between Rs 73,000 and Rs 1.01 lakh (ex-showroom).

As the April 2020 deadline approaches, all bicycle manufacturers in India have started updating their respective model lineup to comply with the new emissions regulations. Yamaha, along with TVS, recently announced the launch of some of their BS6 compatible models and will be upgrading the rest of their model line soon.

Diego Graffi, Managing Director and CEO of Piaggio India, said: “We are delighted to be successfully transitioning to BS6 emission standards for our range of Vespa and Aprilia scooters, well ahead of the deadline. Being aligned with the government’s efforts on emissions, we have achieved a significant reduction in emissions thanks to our advanced combustion system. As a global brand, we understand the need to innovate and evolve, in order to build the mobility of tomorrow.

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Arizona car title loans must be capped to save the poor

Opinion: As pastors, we care for the vulnerable. That’s why we support Arizona’s Fair Lending Act, which limits interest on title loans to 36%.

In this season, Christians observe Advent – awaiting the arrival of the One we believe has come to redeem the earth. It is a moment of joy, yes.

But it is also a time of reflection on the evils of the world. We walk in the darkness of injustice, war, poverty and greed.

As pastors, we are disturbed when we see vulnerable congregants being preyed upon, including in their financial dealings.

This is why we support the Arizona Fair Lending Lawa ballot initiative effort that would lower the interest rate on car title loans, so that title lending companies could charge no more than 36% annual interest.

Loans charge borrowers 200% interest

When families are in financial trouble, they are vulnerable to the promise of “quick cash” from car title and other predatory lenders as a financial life raft. Unfortunately, the life raft often turns out to be an anchor, adding to borrowers’ debts.

Too often, this raft weighs us down too. With interest rates of up to 204%, our already strained charitable funds are often stretched even harder trying to help our brothers and sisters pay off these disastrous loans.

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In 2008, Arizona voted to ban payday loans, which defrauded families with exorbitant interest rates, sometimes over 200% per year. At that time, about half of the companies in the payday loan industry in Arizona simply replaced their products with vehicle title loans, so they could continue to charge families those exorbitant interest rates.

Today in Arizona, securities lenders are making mega profits by charging borrowers interest rates of up to 200%. Studies show that 1 in 5 borrowers end up losing their car when they can’t pay. Families on fixed incomes are often trapped in debt. And churches like ours need to step in to help people get back on their feet.

Do not exploit the poor for profit

What do the scriptures tell us about debt and loan?

In Proverbs 14:31 we are advised, “Those who oppress the poor insult their creator, but helping the poor honors him.”

Proverbs 22:22 goes on to instruct us, “Do not steal from the poor because they are poor.

The car title loan does just that. It targets the needy with loans they cannot afford for the benefit of the wealthy.

Securities lending benefits the poor and makes debt repayment almost impossible. God created mankind in his image and bestowed dignity and value on every human being. Predatory lending places individuals in a perpetual state of indebtedness, all for reasons of personal gain.

Making a profit is not unethical; however, making extreme profit at the expense of the weak and vulnerable is condemned by Jesus – and human decency in general.

As Christ is the light and the hope of the world, we must be the light of those who suffer from this darkness. We must end this exploitation of the poor and ensure that all Arizonans can live in dignity.

We pray that God will fill us with wisdom and compassion as Arizonans vote. We humbly ask that you support the Arizona Fair Lending Act.

Reverend Abigail Conley is pastor of Chalice Christian Church Disciples of Christ in Gilbert and Randy Reynolds is founder and executive director of Community Renewal in Tucson, which mobilizes the faith community on social and other issues. Contact them at [email protected] and [email protected]

Benling India Unveils Aura High Speed ​​Electric Scooter; price launch by the first quarter of 2020

– The Benling Aura electric scooter unveiled at the EV Expo 2019

– Price launch in the first quarter of 2020

– Will be the first high speed electric scooter offered by the brand

At the 11th edition of EV Expo 2019 held at Pagati Maidan in Delhi, the Indian branch of the Chinese electric two-wheeler manufacturer, Benling India unveiled a new offering of electric scooters, the Aura. This is the company‘s first high-speed electric scooter to join its existing product portfolio of Kriti, Icon and Falcon low-speed scooters. The price of the new electric scooter will be officially announced in the first quarter of 2020 and will be available for Pan India.

Okinawa i-Praise front left three quarters

The Aura is a retro style scooter but with modern machinery and features. It has a remote keyless system, a USB charging function, an anti-theft alarm and an additional integrated locking system on the rear wheels. On top of that, it also comes with a Breakdown Smart Assistance System (BSAS) feature that will restart the scooter and continue to run despite any system failure, preventing the user from getting stuck halfway through the intended ride.

For the powertrain, the Aura is equipped with a 2500 BLDC electric motor coupled to a removable 72V / 40Ah lithium-ion battery. With a full charge, which takes around four hours, the scooter is designed for a range of 120 km and a top speed of 60 km / h. It is also equipped with a remote keyless system, a USB charging function, an anti-theft alarm and an additional integrated locking system on the rear wheels.