The Aprilia SR 125 is available in a single variant priced at Rs 63,310 (ex-showroom, Pune).
Aprilia has finally introduced its first 125 scooter in the Indian market. Called the Aprilia SR 125, the scooter has been priced at Rs 63,310 (ex-showroom, Pune). The launch took place at the Auto Expo 2018 in Greater Noida. Save for the engine and a few body graphics, the new SR 125 looks exactly similar to the SR 150. Most of its design bits, features and components have been carried over from the latter one. In India, the Aprilia SR 125 will face challenge from scooters like Honda Grazia, Suzuki Access and the recently-launched TVS NTorq.
– New 125cc single-cylinder engine
– Single-colour seat
– 120/70 tubeless tyres
– 14-inch alloy wheels
– Front disc brake
– New body graphics
– Twin-pod analog instrument console
– Steering mounted turn indicators Read – Aprilia SR150 Price & Other Details
The Italian two-wheeler maker has announced price of the scooter at the Auto Expo 2018. While the standard version of the SR150 is priced at Rs 69,485, the new SR 125 is available at Rs 63,310 (ex-showroom, Pune). This makes it around Rs 6,000 cheaper than the former.
Powering the new Aprilia scooter is a 125cc, single-cylinder, carbureted engine with 3-valved and air-cooling system. It’s the same motor that also does duty in the Vespa VXL/SXL. However, Aprilia has tuned it for achieving better performance and to match the sporty scooter’s character. Now, it pushes out a maximum power output of 9.5bhp at 7,250rpm and a peak torque of 9.9Nm at 6,250rpm. Power is delivered to the rear wheel via a CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). Read – Aprilia SR 150 Race Edition Price & Details
The company hasn’t revealed its mileage figure. With a carbureted engine, the scooter will offer fuel efficiency around 45kmpl to 50kmpl.
The scooter uses the tubular steel frame that also underpins the SR150. For suspension duties, the scooter gets 30mm hydraulic telescopic fork up front and hydraulic shock absorber rear unit. Braking system comprises of a 220mm disc with twin piston floating caliper front and a 140mm rear drum brakes. The scooter misses out on the ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System).
Featuring neat and clean design, the SR 125 looks identical to the SR 150 scooter. The “SR125” moniker on the front apron is the only difference between the two siblings. Adding to it, the scooter gets slightly different graphics and single-tone seat instead of dual-tone in SR150. The front fascia looks similar to the Honda Dio. The headlamps are integrated into the cowl of the fascia, but the indicators have been placed on the handlebar. Other features include a twin-pod analog instrument console, single colour seat, stylish engine cover, etc. The scooter rides on large 14-inch alloy wheels shod with thick 120/70 tubeless tyres for enhanced road grip. It offers a fuel tank capacity of 6.5-litre.