2013 Piaggio Typhoon 125 News and Reviews
Thursday, September 26th 2013. – Piaggio
The Original Typhoon was Piaggio’s fat wheeled sporty 50cc through the early years of the come to North America. 2013 Piaggio Typhoon 125 was sold inside the USA from 2005 – 2008 and in Canada from 2006 – 2008. North American’s weren’t offered a Typhoon for a couple of years when that will, other then that will modified July 26, 2011 when Piaggio USA announced the all new 125cc Typhoon that will could be offered in North America for your 2012 model year.
This new Typhoon was designed to handle either a 50cc (2-stroke) or 125cc (4-stroke) engine, other then inside the USA no more than the broader motor was offered for 2012. That modified for 2013, whenever 50cc version from the new Typhoon joined it’s bigger brother in Piaggio’s USA line. For 2014 Piaggio Canada followed suit an introduced the new Typhoon, other then no more than in 50cc kind.
The Piaggio cluster has designed many versions in this scooter because of its several brands. Aprilia’s SR Motard is similar basic scooter since the new Typhoon other then along together using a few cosmetic and minor technical changes. The main differences will be the 2013 Piaggio Typhoon 125 color schemes and larger 14” rims lower profile tires utilized on the SR Motard.
Overseas the Typhoon is typically sold underneath the Piaggio teams Gilera brand in contrast to directly underneath the Piaggio name. So you’ll have the Gilera Typhoon to remain the exact scooter if you’re watching elements on international web sites. Another scooter than shares it’s genes with all the Typhoon will be the 2012 Derbi Variant Sport, that’s a whole lot much like the Aprilia SR Motard other then along together using revised front finish bodywork.
This new generation from the Typhoon competes most directly along together using Yamaha’s Zuma 50/125 and Kymco’s Super 8 50/150 scooters inside the little and mid sized rugged/sporty/off-road styled scooter segment. The 2013 Piaggio Typhoon 125 styling in this new generation is very well done because of its intended market. The sporty aggressive look is more appropriate than previous generation of Typhoon that was sporty and rugged, but additionally alittle quirky.
Some from the nicer touches upon the Typhoon will be the integrated front blinkers, the redesigned headlight unit as well as the ‘stealth fighter’ look in this scooter due onto the various blacked out elements and clear flip signal covers. 2013 Piaggio Typhoon 125 has done a good job preserving the key style parts from the original Typhoon, whereas updating the overall look having a contemporary, aggressive face.
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