The Piaggio Liberty 50 is generally considered the entry level model in the Liberty family which also includes 125 and 150 cc versions. Available also in a sportier version, the S, it has long been known and beloved for its elegance, lightness and smart use of technology. Powered by a single cylinder 50 cc engine which uses i-get (Italian Green Experience Technology) with a three-valve timing system it offers impeccable performance and reliability as well as reduced fuel consumption. Scrupulous attention has also been afforded to the construction of the body and finishes to ensure maximum safety and the best possible driving experience, with the wide wheels (14” at the rear and 16” up front) delivering greater precision and manoeuvring.
Last but not least there are the practical aspects such as the spacious under seat compartment which can hold a full-face helmet, the rear shield storage box and the instrument cluster which ingeniously mixes analogue and digital elements to ensure maximum visibility no matter what the light conditions.
Functions and Features
01 EngineSingle-Cyl., 4-Stroke
06 Tyre90 / 80 - 16, 100 / 80 - 14
08 Fuel Tank6litres
09 Fuel TypePetrol
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Established in 1884, the Piaggio Group is Europe’s largest scooter and motorcycle manufacturer and one of the world leaders in its sector. Roberto Colaninno is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Piaggio Group, while Matteo Colaninno is Deputy Chairman. Piaggio (PIA.MI) has been listed on the Italian stock exchange since 2006, and since 2003 been controlled by Immsi S.p.A. (IMS.MI), an industrial holding listed on the Italian stock exchange and headed by Roberto Colaninno, who is Chairman.
The Immsi Group’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer is Michele Colaninno, who is also a director of the Piaggio Group and Chairman of the subsidiary Piaggio Fast Forward. In December 2004 Piaggio entered the motorcycle business with the acquisition of the Aprilia and Moto Guzzi brands.”
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