Sporty looks, I agree.
Electric start is great option, I agree.
There can be no excuse for loose nut and bolts, and when you are paying 80k+ of your hard earned money in this nation of the pure and free, you expect to get a bike which should not give you any trouble for at least next five to six years.
That this bike is made in Pakistan is no excuse at all for its bad quality, for we are humans as much as any other nation is so why don't we do our best at doing our work? For Heaven's sake why can't the manufacturers check the nuts and bolts before the bike leaves the factory. This is an attitude which shows that this company has not started its business with an aim to remain in the market for too long.
There is no bike lover today who is not aware of the name of Harley Davidson. Two friends started their project on one bike in a small shed, much smaller than our kitchens. Their initial bikes had many problems in the beginning but they improved and today Harley Davidson has its own shares in the America Stock exchange, they built bikes for World Wars, for cops, for postal services, for general public, for the race track and what not-- all this started from a single small size shed. It is time for our bike manufacturers to think, I am not just particular about Piaggio but other manufacturers as well.
Every product always has a great room for improvement, but when the improvement factor is neglected, people also start neglecting that product.