Piaggio, Vespa and Gilera scooters use unleaded petrol, with a minimum of 95-octane. For pre-1992 models we recommend that you consult the vehicle manual or consult your nearest dealer.
TECHNICAL AND SUPPORT INFORMATION
All technical information can be found on our website in the section dedicated to each model. It is also available from our dealerships.
TECHNICAL MODIFICATIONS TO ENGINE OR PARTS
The Piaggio company does not provide any information as to how you can modify any components of any of their scooters.We wish to advise our clients that any modifications made to vehicles manufactured by Piaggio could result in legal, insurance or administrative consequences. Furthermore, the Piaggio warranty becomes void if any modification is made to a Piaggio vehicle.
These can be requested from dealers or downloaded from this link. For all other material, such as brochures and catalogues, please refer to our Publication Request Service.
All information regarding new products (models, versions, engine upgrades) will be released from Piaggio C.S.p.A. by means of press release, dealership communication, specialist magazines or in the News area of of our websites.
If you are interested in working with us, please visit the "Careers" section of the website piaggiogroup.com
The Piaggio, Vespa and Gilera websites include an area where you can configure the vehicle you are interested in with dedicated accessories, disover the list price and request a personalised quote from a dealership. Any current offers can be found in the "Promotions" section.
In the Dealer Locator area of the website, you can find a list of dealerships in your area.
The technical characteristics of each model currently on the market can be found on the page dedicated to that model.
Services can be carried out by all Piaggio, Vespa and Gilera dealerships or by authorised service centres. The frequency can be found in the log book. Costs depend on the price of any parts and labour in the service centre used. Find your nearest service centre.
TECHNICAL CONFORMITY SHEET
This document contains all the essential information relating to the vehicle (motor, chassis, etc) and must be presented during vehicle inspections. Attached to the certificate of origin, it is a mandatory document and required for issuing a log book. For vehicles manufactured before 1 January 2001 it substitutes the Certificate of Conformity.
The declaration certifies specific data (eg verification of motor number). It authorises an action such as, for example, the installation of different tyres than those originally provided and listed on the technical conformity sheet.