2018 Piaggio MP3 Yourban Review. Insane Scooter with Car License
How does it handle compared to a classic scooter? Plus: brakes, fuel economy, city vs. open road
Meet the Piaggio MP3 Yourban. The smallest, lightest and most agile Piaggio MP3 three-wheeled maxi-scooter. It’s powered by the 300 cc engine we already know from Piaggio Beverly, a punchy unit with a good response that ables you to tackle the city and suburbs traffic.
And the best part is that you can ride it without having a motorcycle license. All you need is a car license because this is, actually, a tricycle. Still, it steers and feels almost like a car.
How does this Piaggio MP3 handle compared to a normal maxi-scooter? What’s the fuel economy, the luggage capacity? What about the brakes. We tried to answer all these questions in the film below made after a week riding the MP3. Watch the video below or directly on our YouTube Channel.
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