Looks are everything
The Piaggio Liberty 125 ABS is the most sought after model in the Liberty Family and is characterised by its bold colours. Available in 3 different versions you can choose from either Grigio Materia, Nero Meteora or Bianca Luna, all of which contrast impeccably with the diamond-edged black wheel rims, the black painted luggage rack, heat shield mirrors and red-stitched seat. Looks may be important but performance has also not been compromised with scrupulous attention to detail given to the engine and rider comfort. The single cylinder air-cooled three-valve Euro 4 engine benefits from i-get (Italian Green Experience Technology) and electronic injection. To put it more simply: outstanding performance, reduced fuel consumption and minimal maintenance. The scooter is equipped with 14" and 16" wheels and the modern suspension is efficient even on the bumpiest roads, whilst the front wheel only ABS combines a 240mm front disc with a rear drum. On the practical side of things, there is plenty of storage with space in the rear shield compartment and under the seat.
Style - Elegance and proportion
Plenty of thought has gone into the ergonomics of the Piaggio Liberty S ABS starting with the front shield with its distinctive vertical emblem. Technology and styling have been combined with features such as the LED parking lights, an eye catching headlight unit and a full LCD instrument cluster which can be managed via a switch on the handlebar.
Practicality - Rear protection
The rear of the Piaggio Liberty S 115 ABS houses an elegant optical unit which integrates the indicators, a stylish luggage rack and practical passenger handles. The tail end includes lateral features which have been designed to protect both the rider and passenger from impact, these are co-ordinated with those on the front of the scooter and are adorned with elegant decorative graphics.
Comfort - Plenty of storage
The Piaggio Liberty S 125 ABS comes with two storage areas, one under the rear shield which is divided into two sections and is lockable, and the other under the seat. Large enough to easily hold a full-face helmet, this compartment is accessed by clicking the button located on the handlebar.