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2011 Piaggio MP3 500
2011 Piaggio MP3 500

2011 Piaggio MP3 500
2011 Piaggio MP3 500

2011 Piaggio MP3 500
2011 Piaggio MP3 500

2011 Piaggio MP3 500
2011 Piaggio MP3 500

2011 Piaggio MP3 500
2011 Piaggio MP3 500



– 2011 Piaggio MP3 500

2011 Piaggio MP3 500

MP3 500 The jaw-dropping adventure.

Innovation goes extreme in this MP3, with it’s 500cc, electronic injection Master engine. The MP3’s revolutionary parallelogram front suspension ensures impeccable road holding in all riding conditions.

The 2011 Piaggio MP3 500, with aggressive styling and performance, is the three-wheeler for people who want to stand out. Riding has never been this easy, enjoyable, secure and fast. When you take 20% less braking distance required, pair it with a lean angle of 40 degrees, you get a perfect machine for impeccable road holding in all road conditions.

 

Key 2011 Piaggio MP3 500 Key Features

– Single cylinder, four-stroke Piaggio Master engine
– Innovative parallelogram front suspension technology
– Double steel tube bumper with metal mesh inserts
– Steel disk brakes requires 20% less braking distance
– Rear rack with handle

Max Speed – 89 mph

Gas Milage – 55 – 57 mpg / 23 – 24 kpl

Gas Tank: 3.2 gallons

Seat Height: 30.9″

 

 


2011 Piaggio MP3 500 – American Specifications
USA MSRP – $8,899 USD

ENGINE TYPE Single-cylinder MASTER, four-stroke, four-valve, electronic injection catalysed DISPLACEMENT 492.7cc
BORE x STROKE 94 mm / 71 mm
MAX POWER AT SHAFT 40 hp (29.4 kW) @ 7,250 rpm
MAX TORQUE 42.23 Nm at 5,550 rpm
MAX SPEED 89 mph (143 km/h)
FUEL / TANK CAPACITY Unleaded 3.2 gallons (12 litres)
GAS MILEAGE 55-57 mpg
DISTRIBUTION N/A
COOLING SYSTEM Liquid
LUBRICATION N/A
INGINTION Electronic inductive discharge and variable spark advance in electronic unit with electronic immobilizer
GEARS CVT ‘Twist and go’ automatic CVT with torque server
CLUTCH N/A
CHASSIS Double cradle trellis made of high strength steel tubes
FRONT SUSPENSION Parallelogram composed of four aluminum arms supporting two steering tubes, cantilevered suspension – Travel: 85 mm. Electro-hydraulic suspension locking system.
REAR SUSPENSION Oscillating engine fixed to frame with swingarm and two dual effect hydraulic shock absorbers with four-position spring preload. Travel: 110 mm
FRONT BRAKE Stainless steel double disk, 240 mm, two-piston caliper
REAR BRAKE Stainless steel disk, 280 mm, floating two-piston caliper
FRONT TIRE Tubeless 120 / 70 – 12″
REAR TIRE Tubeless 140 / 70 – 14″
LENGTH 85″ (2159 mm)
WIDTH 30.5″ (775 mm)
WHEELBASE 61″ (1550 mm)
SEAT HEIGHT 30.9″ (785 mm)
DRY WEIGHT 538 lbs lbs (244 kg)
AVAILABLE COLORS Demon Black, Dragon Red


 

 

2011 Piaggio MP3 500 – Canadian Specifications
Canada MSRP – $10,495 CDN

BV TOURER 500
Single cylinder, four-stroke catalytic
Piaggio MASTER
492cc
3.6” x 2.7” (92 mm x 69 mm)
29 kW at 7,500 rpm (39 bhp)
43 Nm at 5,500 rpm
99 mph (160 Km/h)
Unleaded / 3.49 gallons (13.2 liters)
Electronic injection system
Single overhead camshaft (SOHC) with
four valves
Liquid
Wet sump
Electronic with variable spark
advance; high energy inductive coil
CVT automatic ratio variator
(twist-and-go)
Centrifugal
Double cradle in high-tensile steel
tubes
41 mm Telescopic Hydraulic Forks
Two dual effect hydraulic dampers,
four-position coil spring
Front: 110 / 70, 16” Rear: 150 / 70, 14”
Twin stainless steel discs 260 mm
with fixed twin piston calipers 32–34
mm left and right respectively
Stainless steel disc 240 mm with fixed
opposed pistons 34 mm
87.2” (2,215 mm) / 30.3” (770 mm)
61” (1,550 mm)
30.5” (775 mm)
416 lbs (189 kg)
EPA and CARB

 

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