The Piaggio Beverly has been produced with water-cooled Leader engines with 125 cm³ and 200 cm³ displacement since 2001 . In 2005 models with 250 cm³ and 500 cm³ displacement were also presented and the range of engines was subsequently expanded to 300 cm³, 350 cm³ and 400 cm³ displacement.
Simultaneously with new engines, the chassis was also continuously modified. In 2004 the design was completely revised and modernized again in 2009. The Beverly is now available as a tourer or cruiser. It has LED lighting and indicators . The storage compartment under the seat holds two open face helmets and models with a higher engine range have ABS as standard .
Change of the master brake cylinder
Since 2013, Piaggio has stipulated that the master brake cylinder of the Beverly 350 must be changed every 15,000 km. Due to the higher brake pressures during ABS braking and the associated higher load on the installed cuffs, it is currently necessary with this system to have these components regularly checked or replaced, it is argued. Replacing the master brake cylinder costs around 500 euros. With the 2014 model year, the obligatory change of the master brake cylinder is no longer necessary.
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