Why will I buy the Aprilia SR125?
Looks stunning, excellent brakes and get to be part of the Aprilia brand
Why would I avoid the Aprilia SR125?
Very harsh ride, motor isn't exciting and SR150 is just a few thousand rupees away
When Piaggio launched the Aprilia SR150 around two years, the market finally got a scooter that wasn't just aspirational but also fast. And it also had the ability to put some premium commuter bikes to shame. With the new SR125, the Italian maker plans to do the same, but with a slightly modified agenda. And that is to capture some of the sales away from the market leader, the Suzuki Access 125 and also from the two Hondas- the Activa 125 and the recently launched Grazia.
The SR125 has the same style, same cycle parts and even the same brand extension. In fact, the only way to differentiate this one from the bigger sibling is through the paint scheme and the little 'SR125' badging on the front.