The Piaggio Ape ([ˈpjaddʒo ˈaːpe]; AH-pay; Italian for bee), sometimes referred to as Ape Piaggio, Apecar, Ape Car or just Ape, is a three-wheeled light commercial vehicle produced since 1948 by Piaggio.
The Piaggio Ciao (ciao means "hi" or "bye" in Italian) is a family of inexpensive mopeds produced by Piaggio from 1967 through 2006.
The Piaggio Liberty is a two-wheeled scooter from the Italian manufacturer Piaggio.
The Piaggio MP3 is a tilting three-wheeled scooter from Italian manufacturer Piaggio first marketed in 2006 noted for its combination of two front wheels and a single rear wheel.
The Piaggio NRG is a scooter made by Piaggio since 1994. The first model (mc1) used a liquid-cooled, two-stroke engine.
The Piaggio X8 is an Italian-made motor scooter, released in 2004 and available in 125 cc, 150 cc (Street Version), 250 cc, and 400 engine sizes by Piaggio.
The Piaggio XEvo is an Italian-made scooter line of vehicles, sharing various components and design, and sporting different engines sizes of 125 cc, 250 cc and 400 cc, and is a direct development of the Piaggio X8.
The Piaggio Zip is a low cost scooter that is manufactured by Piaggio. All Zip models have a CVT automatic transmission, sometimes referred to as a twist & go transmission due to its lack of gears and use of an automatic centrifugal clutch.