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Cozy Road Rocket - Vespa/Bajaj Mounted

June 6th, 2008 Posted in Road Rocket

An all steel Cozy Rocket sidecar attached to the Vespa derivative Bajaj scooter for right-hand drive operation. Left-hand drive / right-hand mount units will be supplied for all North and South American orders unless a RHD unit is specifically requested. This unit has the popular black powder coat trim option and the Indian specification windscreen.

While not quite as “sporting” as the alternative windscreen shown in some of the other illustrations, it is very effective in keeping the wind blast from the passenger. There is a sport windscreen that is also available, or you can get both to provide improved passenger protection in colder weather as these interchange quickly. Notice the spare tire mount between the sidecar and scooter. This mount is standard on all Cozy sidecars. The spare tire/rim and cover are avilable at a very economical price when ordered with the sidecar. An alternative is a replacement rack which mounts the sidecar spare on the rear of the sidecar. Note that the base price of a Cozy includes the front bumper, side bumper, windshield, luggage / utility rack, passenger assist step, tonneau cover, frame spare tire mount and factory finish paint. Be sure to determine what is included in the base price when comparison shopping.

A Cozy Road Rocket mounted to a classic Vespa. The axial trim strips have not been installed on the sidecar a “no cost” option if specified when the car is ordered) and both the sidecar and the Vespa have been painted in the light green commonly used on early Vespas. The owner has decided to forego windshields on both the scooter and sidecar for a sportier appearance and has not mounted the side guard on the sidecar. This beautiful combination is a German unit and German TÜV vehicle standards are among the most stringent in the world showing how a Cozy sidecar meets all requirements within its design range. The front clearance light on the sidecar is a German unit required to meet TÜV regulations. Note that the front right hand running light has been removed from the scooter in accordance with German TÜV regulations. Although not visible, the same modifications were required at the rear


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  1. 7 Responses to “Cozy Road Rocket - Vespa/Bajaj Mounted”

  2. By rn on Nov 12, 2010

    need details regarding place of retail of cozy side car for bajaj scooter in india

  3. By rob on Jun 2, 2011

    Hello i have a Vespa Piaggio 150 and i would like to get a sidecar for it ! Plesae get back to me ! Thanks RR

  4. By Allen Gilmour on Aug 14, 2011

    Like the above comments I would love to get one in Australia and would love to get the details for Cozy in India…



  5. By ap on Aug 19, 2011

    i have a honda elite 250 and would like to know where to get a side car for it. Brands? I am in San Francisco, CA


  6. By Robin on Sep 9, 2011

    Hello, I have a 2008 Vespa 150S, purchased a cozy sidecar, am now being told the sidecar will not go on a 150S, is this correct? if it can be mounted how? Thank you.

  7. By Vic on Jun 16, 2012

    Can you fit a sidecar on a Vespa lx150. I am in Sydney. How much would this cost. Cheers

  8. By Victoria on Nov 9, 2012

    Hi is it possible to fit a sidecar to my 150ie vespa. I live north of Sydney . Is I hard to modify my vespa ? Could you also give me a price for a left mounted sidecar.

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