Motoblog reports Italian dealers will get the 4-stroke 200cc LML Star in July. Three versions and 20 colors are in the works. Anyone disappointed, as we were, by the discontinuation of the 2-stroke Genuine Stella 150 model will surely concede that it was the right decision if it means a 200cc manual-transmission metal-bodied classic scooter is on the way.
6 thoughts on “200cc LML Star at Italian dealers in July”
If Babelfish is to be believed:
Minor styling changes from the 150
New & improved seat
Brighter tail light owing to a better reflector
Rubber-mounted air filter
New & improved clutch design
10.7 foot-pounds torque
I don’t suppose Phil is offering anything resembling a straight answer about when we might see this in the U.S…?
Maybe Argo still has a relationship with LML
Orin: No answer. I think Genuine wants to make some money selling 150s before they utter a peep about the 200. As is, some potential 150 buyers that I know (and others, I’m sure) have been delaying their purchases waiting for news of the 200 in the US.
Happy as I am with my 1504T, well, damn, 200! :)
one 200 4T is in holding at customs right now it might make it to Amerivespa if it gets out this week…
other new 4T parts for sale soon, New Pipes and Oil filters
Is Al Kolvites still in the scooter biz?
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