2020 Liberty 150/150s
Piaggio Liberty is a milestone in two-wheeled mobility development. It is synonymous with independence and freedom. Introduced in its first version in 1997, Liberty is one of those rare products that, model after model, has managed to remain faithful to itself and its name, continuously modernizing and meeting the needs of new generations of customers.
Nothing has been left to chance when it comes to safety: the wheels of the Liberty 150 platform are a massive 16” up front and 14” out back. The braking system is made up of a 240mm disc and drum out back, while maintaining safety tech like ABS up front. Safety and reliability guaranteed.
Travel in comfort
The seat of the Piaggio Liberty 150 platform, with its eye catching shape and stitching, is noteworthy for its roominess making it extra comfortable if you’re traveling with a passenger. Passengers will also be able to enjoy being able to place their feet on retractable, dedicated footpegs.
The electronic display of the Liberty 150’s are made up of classic analogue speedometer together with a more modern elegant blue LCD screen. Containing the fuel level, odometer and clock, it’s set off to perfection by a chrome frame. You’ll notice the rest of the bike has a few other chrome bits to pull the look together.
plenty of storage
There’s no shortage of space on board the Liberty 150. With plenty of room to place a luggage on the floorboard and a rear shield containing a lockable glove box, there’s a considerable amount of room to ignore the “travel light” motto. Additionally, an underseat storage, accessed either manually or electronically is large enough to hold a full face helmet.
Engine: Single cylinder 4-stroke Piaggio iGet
Displacement: 155 cc
Bore x stroke: 58 mm / 58.6 mm
Max power: 9.6 kW / 7750 rpm
Max Torque: 13 Nm/ 5250rpm
Distribution: Single overhead camshaft (SOHC) - 3 valves
Cooling system: Forced air
Fuel system: Electronic injection
Lubrication: Wet sump
Gearbox: Automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) with torque server
Clutch: Automatic centrifugal dry clutch
Frame: Single cradle structure in tubular steel with pressed reinforcements
Front suspension : Telescopic hydraulic fork, 76 mm stroke
Rear suspension : Hydraulic dual action monoshock absorber, 5-position spring preload adjustment, 74.5 mm stroke
Front Brake: Ø 240 mm brake disc served by Ø 25.4 mm dual piston floating calliper Single channel ABS
Rear Brake: 140 mm drum
Front tire: Tubeless 90/80 – 16”
Rear tire: Tubeless 100/80-14”
Length: 1945 mm
Width: 690 mm
Saddle height: 787 mm
Wheelbase: 1340 mm
Fuel tank capacity: 6 litres (including 1.5 litre reserve)
Emissions compliance: Euro 4