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New Aprilia SR GT scooters debut at EICMA 2021

23 November 2021, 06:27 PM Suvil Susvirkar
New Aprilia SR GT scooters debut at EICMA 2021

- Available with two engine options

- Both scooters use full-LED lighting and digital display

- Bluetooth module available as optional extra

Aprilia has unveiled its new SR GT scooter range at the ongoing EICMA motorcycle show in Milan. The new SR GT range will be offered with two engine options – 125cc and 200cc. The company will also offer the SR GT in a Sport trim that will get more sports-oriented graphics and finishes.

Both variants of the SR GT range get features such as Start & Stop system, full LED lights, and an LCD instrument cluster as standard. The APRILIA MIA connectivity system is available as an optional extra. The SR GT 125 uses a 125cc, single-cylinder motor that is claimed to generate 14.75bhp at 8,750rpm and 12Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm. The SR GT 200, on the other hand, comes equipped with a 174cc, single-cylinder motor that makes 17.43bhp at 8,500rpm and 16.5Nm of torque at 7,000rpm.

Aprilia  Instrument Cluster

In terms of styling, the new SR GT range draws design cues from Aprilia sports and off-road bikes. Both scooters come equipped with a motorcycle-inspired wide handlebar, long-travel suspension, increased ground clearance, and cross-section. At the front, the scooters feature a full-LED three-element light setup, a double fairing, and a suspended windscreen.

The hardware on the scooters comprise 33mm Showa front forks and two double-acting Showa rear shock absorbers. The braking setup includes a 260mm disc at the front and a 220mm rotor at the rear – both petal-shaped units. These new scooters ride on 14-inch front/13-inch rear wheels. The 200cc variant tips the weighing scale at 148kg while the 125cc model is 144kg heavy.

Aprilia  Left Side View

Aprilia claims a range of 350km on a full, nine-litre fuel tank. The 25-litre under-seat compartment is claimed to be large enough to accommodate a full-face helmet. Moreover, buyers can opt for a 33-litre aluminium top case via additional accessories.

There is no announcement about the Indian launch of the new SR GT range, although we do not expect to see these scooters on our shores any time soon.

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