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Vespa GTS 300 Super

Vespa GTS 300 Super

Finally, a Man-Vespa. An update to the popular GTS 250 mid-size scooter, the 2009 Vespa GTS 300 Super ($6,200; March) is the company's most powerful yet. The 300 gets its go from a 22-hp 278cc four-stroke single cylinder, liquid-cooled, electronic injection engine — which should be good for a top speed of around 80 mph and a mpg rating of about 70. The 300 Super also also has new 12-inch alloy rims, double-disc brakes, red suspension covers, new grilles, and lots of cargo room.

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