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The Latest Gilera scooter in Edgware

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

This is the sponsored post written from GLM sales. This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Greater London Motorcycles Sales, dealers for Piaggio Scooters, Gilera Scooters and Vespa Scooters in London

Gilera, a well known brand from Piaggio, has launched its a all powerful 839 cc, 4 valves per cylinder scooter. This most powerful and fastest scooter comes with a twofold cradle steel frame and a chain final drive.

At Gilera, the year 2010 is officially dedicated to make its scooters modern and stylish. This approach can be seen in Gilera GP800 as well. It is not only more functional but also has elegant accents. Details like support device and the new saddle opening, a well-designed rug for the storage area under the seat and the new flexible combination further sing the praises of the convenience and comfort of the world's fastest scooter.

The power of Gilera GP800’s amazing 75 bhp engine is controlled by a fantastically firm frame that surrounds it and transmits it to the road by unique bodywork. This scooter offers all the comfort and convenience that an average Edgware inhabitant looks for. It is easy to manoeuvre and adds many folds to the stylish appeal of an individual.

By giving the performance of a true sports vehicle, it is the best transport to go around the city of Edgware. And when not in action, the Gilera GP 800’s uncompromising beauty simply radiates the power and technology with which it is made.

It is specially is designed for the rider who seeks complete practicality of a scooter but wishes for a aggressive performance that until now was possible only by riding a motorcycle. Even urban commuting has become a complete new, stimulating and enjoyable experience. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration saying that Gilera GP 800 can give an unbeatable usability of a scooter, by virtue of its elegant, chic and classical sporting lines, CVT transmission with lots of engine braking, perfect speed and the carrying capacity of a classic storage compartment under the seat.

However, like any other vehicle, the destiny of this Gilera will also be determined by its performance. It has extraordinary power and acceleration and so it’s only natural for us at Edgware to look beyond the horizon for satisfaction.
Author: Nitima, Freelance web content writer
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Get, Set, Go... Òn a Piaggio

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The iconic Piaggio’s Gilera and Vespa scooter brands are known not only for the durability but also for their shapes and colours. Buzzing along the streets of London, Itlay and rest of the Europe, it’s not difficult to get impressed by Piaggio’s designs.

Nowadays, people don’t use Gilera or Vespa as a form of practical transport made to help them find their way safely around the roads dominated by potholes. Oh no. Today, in the year 2010, a Vespa is cherished the same way as the humble Beetle and Fiat 500. Many such older brands have been brought back to life through transformation. They are now the vehicles that wealthy keep, and of course drive (sometimes)! A modern Vespa or Piaggio London is a fashion accessory that cost as much as a suit made by Armani.

Innovation has always leaded the path of growth for Piaggio London. From the humble beginnings of 1940s to today’s international brand, Piaggio makes more than 650,000 vehicles in 50 countries. With its ideas, the new Piaggio has already begun spinning the wheel of future. Researchers are working on to make the scooters more environmentally friendly, green and electrically powered.

London Piaggio has found new markets that are ready to give their new styling a try. It is also giving a serious thought to manufacture electric city car. The question now is that whether Piaggio can create the same magic it created with its revolutionary Vespa?

Plans are on to make this electric city car as legendary as Vespa. The unit has already set up plants to produce this electric city car on large scale. We may have to wait for few more years to be actually able to drive Paggio’s newest invention but there is no doubt that ‘going green’ is high on agenda for most international brands.

A website, covers every latest happening in the world of hybrid cars, electric cars, alternative fuels, and much more. You can log on to know more about biodiesel, ethanol and cars powered by hydrogen. Green police all over the manufacturing world have already given “green” signal to Piaggio London’s latest entity, now let’s wait and see how consumers weigh it.

Author: Nitima, Freelance web content writer
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“Honey, I stretched the scooter”

Monday, February 8, 2010

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Greater London Motorcycles Sales, dealers for Piaggio Scooters, Gilera Scooters and Vespa Scooters in London

Yes, we all are aware that our economy is not doing that well but there are some good things happening around. North West London families may find themselves going back to transportation options usually reserved for countries where people have time to enjoy life.

Like this – the Vespa GT4 400 – get ready for a LOOONG drive, literally. South African unit of Vespa has come up with a Vespa design that can carry not two but four people together to any place they want to go. The Vespa scooter, which may not be made available in anywhere else in the world, has two rear ends that are put one after the other. A Vespa North West London company calls it "an affordable family car that runs only on two wheels and your kids will eagerly wait for you to pick them after school on it. You can earn the title of designated driver and will get the liberty of parking outside the front door every time you hit a party or drop of your new buddies to their home and save money of fuel".

Now, isn’t this a cool idea!

A lot of people hated the new styled Vespa when they first saw it but the more they look or read about it now, the more badly they want to give it a spin. This is a very innovative marketing toy brainstormed by the marketing division of the Vespa’s South African setup. Andy Reid, the marketing head wanted to promote their brand name ‘Vespa’ using some off the beat ways, so he thought of placing fake parking tickets on fuel-gobbling, expensive vehicles for driving them instead of easy going scooters.

Whether those people were amused or not, we don’t know but your neighbours are definitely going to peek over to have a look at this Vespa. This so called “family” version of the iconic scooter brand is your sure shot fame to ticket if you can get a red carpet and a Gucci black jacket.

Author: Nitima, Freelance web content writer

A Funny Contrast - iPad & Netbook

Monday, February 1, 2010

They don't say a picture is worth 1000 words just like that... 

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