Aprilia equipped the Storm 125 with a disc brake upfront and priced it at Rs 91,321 (ex-showroom). However, if you are looking for options around the same price tag, there are two scooters and two motorcycles to consider.
The Aprilia Storm 125 is based on the SR125 which costs Rs 92,602. It gets road-biased tyres and sporty graphics unlike the Storm 125’s knobby tyres and rugged-looking graphics. Nevertheless, the two scooters share the same 124cc engine that churns out 9.8bhp and 9.9Nm.
The most affordable model in the Vespa range is the Notte priced at Rs 93,121. It is only available in a matte black colour and gets blacked-out components. The Vespa Notte also shares the same 124cc engine as the Storm 125. This unit produces 9.7bhp of power and 9.6Nm of torque.
The list also includes motorcycles like the Avenger 160 which costs Rs 94,675. The motorcycle is styled like a city-cruiser with flat handlebars and forward-set footpegs. Moreover, the Avenger 160 also gets blacked-out components that amplify its city-cruiser styling. Powering the motorcycle is a 160cc engine that produces 14.6bhp and 13.7Nm.
Bajaj also offers the Pulsar 150 in the price range of the Storm 125. The premium commuter costs Rs 91,386. It gets the same styling as the rest of the naked Pulsar range and incorporates sharp lines and creases all over its bodywork. Powering the Bajaj Pulsar 150 is a 149cc single-cylinder motor that churns out 13.6bhp and 13.4Nm.
All prices ex-showroom, Mumbai