Aprilia has entered the Tuono 125 motorcycle on its official Indian website. The Aprilia Tuono 125 has been motivated by its bigger sibling, the Tuono V4 1100 RR and appears with a multitude of features and accessories, making it a remarkably beautiful offering.
Although there is no reliable information concerning the Tuono 125 getting to the Indian market. The listing of the motorcycle on the official website implies that Aprilia could be staring at entering the motorcycle in the Indian market.
The organization had earlier confirmed that they were working on adding a low displacement motorcycle in the Indian market. Aprilia had even showcased the Tuono 150 and the RS150 in India, with several hoping for its launch at the Auto Expo 2020. Nevertheless, both motorcycles abandoned to make an impression at the Delhi Expo.
The organization could now be running on introducing an even more modest displacement motorcycle, with the Tuono 125. As per the business website, the Tuono 125 as the name implies will come powered by a 124cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor.
Although specific power and torque terms of the motorcycle have not been announced on the website, we expect it to be around 14bhp and 11Nm of torque; paired with a five-speed gearbox.
The suspension on the Aprilia Tuono 125 is within a set of 40mm upside-down forks at the front and an asymmetrical mono-shock suspension locked up at the back.
Braking is controlled by a single 300mm disc at the front with a 4-piston caliper and a 218mm disc at the rear with a single-piston caliper. The wheels on the Aprilia Tuono 125 are a couple of 17-inch metal wheels, with 100/80 and 130/70 front and rear profiles.
The Aprilia Tuono 125 also arises with a host of specialties and facilities as well. Few of these combine fuel-injection system, quick-shifter, racing-inspired exhaust, broad and high handlebar space, somewhat forward set footpegs, LED headlamps and DRLS sparked by its larger V4 1100 sibling and a multitude of others as well.
There is currently no data concerning the introduction of the Aprilia Tuono 125 in the Indian market. The motorcycle has, though, been listed on the official website, which has increased inventions.
If launched in the Indian market, the Aprilia Tuono 125 could be assessed in the range of Rs 1.10 lakh, ex-showroom and rival the likes of the KTM Duke 125. The bike is all excellent but the lack of ABS makes it unsafe to secure skids. Also, the blessed riding position may not comply with several riders.