Its rectangular headlight sets the Vespa Sprint 50 and 150 apart from its bubbly Primavera stablemate, but still offers compact maneuverability for the city streets with its 50 and 155cc single-cylinder engine choices. Vespa says the Sprint “boasts the same spark of energy and youthful appeal” as the Vespas of the ’60s. Looking for more tech like a 4.3-inch TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity? Look at the Sprint S 150. With sharper bodywork the Sprint 50 and 150 models look ready to make a mad dash down the streets in sporty spirit.
Like the Primavera, the Sprint can find competition in the Honda Metropolitan.
For 2020, the new Vespa Racing Sixties series is available for the Sprint (starting MSRPs are listed at $4,199  and $5,749 ). The Vespa Racing Sixties model features sporty graphics/colorways (yellow/green and red/white), gold rims, and a new seat. No other major announcements were made.