Italian company founded in 1945. Owned by Piaggio, the world’s fourth-largest motorcycle manufacturer.
Indian company, also founded in 1945.
Spanish subsidiary of Piaggio.
Chicago based manufacturer and distributor of scooters, such as Stella and Buddy. Founded in 2002 by Phil McCaleb who was later ousted by the new owners.
The Japanese company, founded in 1948, the largest motorcycle manufacturer in Japan.
Taiwanese company founded in 1963.
Company was originally founded in Italy in 1947. In 1972, the scooter factory and the brand name were sold to the Indian government. The new generation Lambretta scooters sold in the USA since 2008 are manufactured and distributed by the Khurana Group USA LLC, which is licensed by Scooters India Ltd.
Based in Italy, founded in 1884, Piaggio brands include Aprilia, Derbi, Gilera, Ligier, Moto Guzzi, Piaggio and Vespa.
A Japanese company, founded in 1909.
Taiwanese maker of scooters, founded in 1954.
Taiwanese company established in 1978. Also known as Taiwan Golden Bee.
Italian scooter manufactured by Piaggio. Available since 1946
Japanese company, founded in 1955.