Piaggio India will soon launch the Aprilia SXR 125; reservations are now open.

With the Aprilia SXR 125, Piaggio India will shortly add a new 125cc scooter to the lineup. The upcoming 125 cc scooter is said to have styling inspired by a maxi-scooter, similar to the recently introduced SXR 160. Customers who are interested in pre-ordering the new Aprilia SXR 125 will do so for a fee of 5000 either online or at their local Aprilia dealership. “We intend to build the most desirable option of scooters, offering Great Comfort, Style, and Efficiency,” Piaggio India says.

Diego Graffi, Chairman and Managing Director of Piaggio India, commented on the booking release, saying, “The Aprilia SXR 160, the first scooter built in Italy for India with the latest Aprilia design concept, has received a lot of positive feedback from the Indian industry, and we’re getting ready to launch the SXR 125 to keep the momentum going with Aprilia SXR. Our prestigious customers can now pre-book the latest Aprilia experience, which is our newest service to Maxify lives.”

The Aprilia SXR 125 will most likely be powered by the same engine that drives the Storm 125 and SR 125.

The same BS6 compliant 125 cc single-cylinder engine that drives the Aprilia SR 125 and Storm 125 will power the current Aprilia SXR 125. The fuel-injected three-valve engine produces 9.4 bhp at 7250 rpm and generates a peak torque of 9.9 Nm at 6250 rpm when coupled to a CVT automatic transmission. The engine specs for the SXR 125 are expected to remain unchanged as well.

The new Aprilia SXR 125 will have wraparound LED headlights, LED taillights, full digital cluster, Bluetooth smartphone networking option, longer, wider, and more comfortable seating, adjustable rear suspension, CBS disc brake, and signature Aprilia graphics, according to Piaggio India. The scooter was “made in Italy for India,” according to the brand, and it will provide customers with a perfect combination of style, performance, and an incredibly comfortable riding experience, as well as great ergonomics.

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