With years worth of combined experience at London Motorcycles there isn’t anything that our fully trained technitions have not seen before from minor faults to major disasters – we’ve have it all covered.
Piaggio Servicing with London Motorcycles
We offer some great packages for your Piaggio Scooter services starting at £90 (plus VAT), based on your model and requirements.
These great service packages includes:
- Oil – Replace (4 stroke only)
- Oil Filter Replace (4 stroke only)
- Oil – Top Up (2 stroke only)
- Spark Plug Replace
- Brake Pads Check
- Brake Fluid Check
- Air Filter Check/Clean
- Suspension Check
- Gear Oil Check
- Throttle Freeplay Check & Adjustment
- Carb Mixture Check
- Idle Speed Check & Adjustment
- Electrics Check (lights, horn etc)
- Battery Check
- Tyre Pressure Check
- Tyre Condition Check
- Transmission: Rollers Check, V-Belt Check
- Oil Pump Check/Adjust (2 stroke only)
Making a booking
If you would like to book your Motorcycle or Scooter into the London Motorcycles Workshop, please get in contact with us or alternatively you can make your booking online.Book Online
The History of Piaggio
Piaggio & C. SpA (Piaggio) via its subsidiaries designs, engineers, manufactures and distributes two wheeled motor vehicles and compact commercial vehicles under seven brands. Piaggio & C. SpA corporate headquarters are located in Pontedera, Italy.
Piaggio’s various subsidiaries employ a total of 8,129 employees who produced at total of 615,500 vehicles in 2012. Piaggio operates six research and development centers and operates in over 50 countries.
With strong cash flow from the success of the Vespa, Piaggio developed other products, including the 1957 Vespa 400, a tiny passenger car.
In 1959, Piaggio came under the control of the Agnelli family, the owners of car maker Fiat SpA. In 1964 the two divisions, aeronautical and motorcycle, split to become two independent companies as a result of the wide ownership by Fiat in Italian industry.
The aeronautical division was named IAM Rinaldo Piaggio. The aircraft company Piaggio Aero is controlled by the family of Piero Ferrari, who still hold 10% of Ferrari.
In 1969 the motorcycle company purchased Gilera.