A 50cc air-cooled 3-valve 4-stroke Euro 5-compliant engine powers the Aprilia SXR 50.
It has the same underpinnings as the SXR 160.
The 20-litre underseat room, glove box with integrated USB port, and retractable luggage hook make it very practical.
Aprilia has launched the Aprilia SXR 50, Europe’s smallest maxi-style scooter. Yes, it looks a lot like the Aprilia SXR 160 that is currently on the market in India. Aprilia is expected to release pricing information shortly.
Although the Aprilia SXR 50 appears to be a full-sized maxi-style scooter, the 50cc air-cooled 3-valve SOHC fuel-injected engine produces just 3.2PS and 3.3Nm at 7000rpm. Although these figures are reasonable for a 50cc scooter, it is clearly best suited to commuting on narrow roads where speed isn’t a concern.Aprilia has also remained silent on the kerb weight. However, given its resemblance to the SXR 160, anticipate it to be slightly heavier. The Italian manufacturer says that the engine gets over 40 kilometres per gallon, which isn’t exactly amazing.
The Aprilia RS 660 Makes Its International Debut
The mid-displacement sportbike will be available for booking starting today, October 12, 2020.
The styling of the Aprilia RS 660 is inspired by the RSV4.
LED lights are mounted all over, as well as a full-digital console and electronic rider aids.
It has a parallel-twin engine with a displacement of 659cc.
Lava Red, Black Apex, and Acid Gold are the three colour schemes available.
Every motorcycle enthusiast has been anticipating the launch of the Aprilia RS 660, a mid-displacement motorcycle that was first seen in concept form at EICMA in 2018. The RS 660 has now made its international debut, bringing it closer to its official launch. Aprilia has also begun accepting reservations for the sportbike at aprilia.com/en EN/aprilia-rs-660.
The Aprilia SXR 160 is the same price as the other option.
For the price of the latest Italian maxi-styled scooter, what else will you get?
The Aprilia SXR 160 maxi-scooter is priced at Rs 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). You get a maxi-styled bodywork on the same 160cc engine platform as the SR160, which produces 11PS and 11Nm, for the provided price. If you’re open to other options, here’s a list of all the two-wheelers in the Rs 1.22 lakh to Rs 1.28 lakh price range: