Piaggio has three high wheel scooter collections – at entry level, there is Liberty, then for those seeking something a little more complete there is the Medley.
However, the creme de la creme, when it comes to performance, attention to detail, safety and practicality, is the Beverley 300 ABS-ASR which has established itself as a benchmark in the scooter world. Available in three versions (standard,”S” and Police) it is powered by a single cylinder 278 cc Euro 4 engine with catalytic converter exhaust, single cam four-valve distributor and electronic fuel injection.
It delivers outstanding performance in all driving conditions, yet is economical when it comes to fuel consumption, providing 30.3 km / litre (WMTC daily usage). This high wheel favourite also comes equipped with stellar systems such as ABS, ASR traction control, remote seat unlocking, Bike Finder and two spacious compartments for your helmet and other items.
The elegant, refined lines of the Piaggio Beverly 300 ABS-ASR are instantly recognisable thanks to its unique aesthetic features such as the parking lights and rear stop light in LED and distinctive wheels in light alloy.
The instrument dashboard consists of three analogue elements (speedometer, temperature and fuel gauge) and an LCD panel housing the remaining information.
The Piaggio Beverly 300 ABS-ASR comes with a highly sophisticated traction control function with sensors on each wheel constantly monitoring their speed and any rear tyre adhesion loss.
If any skidding is picked up, the ASR system adjusts the rear axle torque so that the scooter regains stability.
The Piaggio Beverly 300 ABS-ASR is a highly practical scooter with a number of functions designed to make owning it as stress-free and pleasurable as possible. For example, it has a key with remote seat unlocking and Bike Finder function, which sets the indicators off so you can easily locate your scooter.
There are also two spacious compartments, one in the rear shield (which also includes a USB socket) and another large enough to hold two flip-up helmets. Then, the fuel tank cap is conveniently placed in the central tunnel so that refilling is a breeze.