Aprilia SXR 125 launched in India at Rs 1.15 lakh

    Bookings for the Aprilia SXR 125 have already begun.

    Published On May 12, 2021 05:35:00 PM


    Aprilia SXR 125 launched in India at Rs 1.15 lakh

    Aprilia has launched the new SXR 125 in India at Rs 1.15 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune). The SXR 125 is based on the SXR160 that went on sale in December 2020.

    • Aprilia SXR 125 is based on the SXR 160

    • Its three-valve single-cylinder engine produces 9.5hp and 9.2Nm

    • Bookings for the SXR 125 have begun 

    Aprilia SXR 125: engine 

    The Aprilia SXR 125 is powered by the same engine that you get in the Aprilia SR 125. The three-valve, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine produces 9.5hp of peak power and 9.2Nm of peak torque.

    Aprilia SXR 125: design and colours

    Besides the 125cc engine, the rest of the scooter is identical to the SXR 160. This means its bodywork and front apron are the same as on the SXR 160. Its LED headlights are, however, inspired by the Aprilia RS660 supersport motorcycle.

    You also get the same front telescopic fork, rear monoshock suspension setup and the attractive 12-inch alloy wheels. 

    Like the Aprilia SXR 160, the SXR 125 comes in Matt Black, Glossy White, Matt Blue and Glossy Red colours schemes.

    Aprilia SXR 125: features 

    Almost all the features that are present in the Aprilia SXR 160 are available with the SXR 125. This includes all-LED lights, USB charging port, digital instrument cluster and the optional Bluetooth connectivity. That said, it only gets CBS or Combined braking system instead of ABS, which is mandatory on two-wheelers in the 150cc and above category.

    Aprilia SXR125: bookings open

    The Aprilia SXR 125 can be booked by paying Rs 5,000 online or even at showrooms, once the lockdown has been lifted. 

    In terms of competition, the SXR125 goes up against the Suzuki Burgman 125, but it costs a fair premium over the Japanese scooter.

    Also see:

    Aprilia SXR 125  vs Suzuki Burgman Street: specifications comparison

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