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Ganesh Chaturthi offer is available in select states including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan and MP

Piaggio India has rolled out festive offers for the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi for its range of Aprilia and Vespa scooters. Festive offerings are available in some states, however, including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan. As part of the special offer, customers will have the chance to win up to 20,000 in cashback with the purchase of the Vespa SXL and VXL 125 and 150 models, as well as the Aprilia SR 160, SR 125 and Storm 125 scooters The offer, however, is only available at Company dealers in certain states and will not apply to customers who book scooters online.

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The updated BS6 compliant Vespa 2020 range was introduced earlier this year with updated engines and LED headlights with DRL

Ganesh Chaturthi kicks off the holiday season in India, which is considered to be one of the best times to buy a vehicle. The offer is only available this month and ends August 31, 2020. With this announcement, Piaggio becomes the first two-wheeler to announce offers for the holiday season and will help dealers recover. losses accumulated in recent months. Meanwhile, to those who choose to buy the scooters online, Piaggio is already offering 2000 benefits across its range.

Aprilia and Vespa scooters conforming to the BS6 standard were introduced in India last month. The 2020 Vespa VXL and SXL 125 and 150 BS6 come with a new LED headlight with integrated DRL, a USB mobile charging port and starter light. The retro Italian style has been carried over to the models making it a distinctive buy in the segment. The Vespa range starts at ₹ 1.10 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune).

Read also: Aprilia SXR 160 maxi-scooter unveiled at 2020 auto show


The 2020 Aprilia Storm 125 with front disc brake and digital instrument console was announced last month

On the other hand, the Aprilia Storm 125 is the latest addition to the lineup and has been upgraded with a front disc brake and digital instrument console, and is priced at 91,321. This is the drum brake version, although it is the most affordable offering here priced at 85,431. The Aprilia SR 160 is the most expensive of the range at ₹ 1.12 lakh (all prices, ex-Pune showroom). The SR 160 also gets a larger 160cc BS6-compliant engine that produces 10.8hp and 11.6Nm of maximum torque.


Piaggio India will soon add the Aprilia SXR 160 maxi-scooter to its range. The model was unveiled at Auto Expo 2020 in February and was initially scheduled to go on sale in the third quarter of the calendar year. However, with the COVID-19 crisis, the launch could be postponed for a few weeks. The manufacturer has yet to announce a change in the launch schedule for the next model. carandbike has contacted Piaggio for more details and will update this space as we receive a response.

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