Aprilia’s first ‘urban adventure’ scooter

Riley Riley

Aprilia SR GT is the first “urban adventure” scooter by Aprilia, designed to re-inject the fun into everyday riding in the city.

It’s also up to longer distances and less-travelled paths, thanks to equipment inspired by the enduro world that makes it the ideal companion in every situation.

The SR GT expands the Aprilia Urban Mobility range, a line of extremely functional vehicles that trace the evolution of urban mobility and are designed to make everyday trips increasingly safe, simple and exciting, but with that pure Aprilia spirit.

The Aprilia Urban Mobility line already includes the eSR1 and eSR2 electric scooters and Aprilia SXR 50, the small-engine urban scooter with content usually reserved for higher-end vehicles.

With the Aprilia SR GT, an active riding position and motorcycle-inspired wide, naked handlebar offer ultimate control, while long-travel suspension and increased ground clearance ensure any obstacle is easily surmounted when riding in the city.

And the tyres, with their generous cross-section and “all terrain” tread design, allow the rider to adventure on any surface, from asphalt to cobblestones and white roads.

All of this is combined with the unmistakable Aprilia sports design, the latest 125cc i-get engine complete with Start & Stop system for top-class performance, and comprehensive equipment that includes full LED lights, LCD instrumentation and the APRILIA MIA connectivity system (optional).

As well as a more classic version, Aprilia SR GT also offers a Sport trim, which boasts grittier, more sports-oriented graphics and finishes.

Aprilia SR GT is available in three colours, Aprilia Black, Street Grey and Infinity Blue, each paired with silvery grey footpegs, sides and passenger grab handles.

The wheels are black, the saddle black with grey stitching.

The Sport version comes even closer to the typical liveries of Aprilia sports bikes, offering Street Gold, Iridium Grey and Red Raceway matte colour schemes, which are combined with red painted wheels and a two-colour black and grey saddle with red stitching.

The silvery grey footpegs feature Aprilia lettering, while the central tunnel and sides are matte black, with passenger grab handles to match the vehicle. A large ‘a’ for Aprilia features at the sides of the shield.

A 9.0-litre capacity translates into a range of about 350km.

No word on price.


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