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2013 Aprilia SR Motard 50 / SR Motard 125


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Meet the SR Motard, the newest scooter from Aprilia that draws inspiration from the supermoto realm. The 2013 SR Motard is available in two versions namely the SR Motard 50 and SR Motard 125.

The SR Motard 50 is equipped with a single-cylinder, 2-stroke, Piaggio Hi-PER2, 49,4 cc, Euro 2 engine paired with an automatic transmission and automatic centrifugal dry clutch. The engine is fed by a 7 liters fuel tank and is mounted on a single cradle structure in tubular steel with pressed reinforcements.

On the other, hand the Aprilia SR Motard 125 is propelled by a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, Piaggio LEADER, 124 cc, Euro 3 unit that sends its power to the rear wheel through an automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) with torque server.

As far as prices are concerned the Aprilia SR Motard 50 costs £1,871, while the SR Motard 125 can be yours for £2,171.

Hit the jump for more information.

Overview

Aprilia SR Motard 50 / SR Motard 125

The SR Motard is the new supermoto-inspired scooter from Aprilia, designed for riders who want an affordable, practical and reliable scooter without compromising on desirability, style or fun.
The SR Motard 125 is powered by an economical 124cc 4-stroke motor. It features minimalist motard styling, mid-size wheels for precise handling, a powerful 220mm front brake disc and a sumptuous two-tone seat with white stitching.

The SR Motard 50 boasts the same specification but features a 49cc 2-stroke engine, making it accessible for 16-year-old riders.

Both models are made in Italy to the highest standards and feature a 2-year parts & labour warranty. Both are available in white, black or metallic orange paint schemes.

True to its supermoto inspiration, the SR Motard is characterised by aggressive, minimalist and compact styling. It’s large and comfortable saddle bears colour-coded red fabric and sporty white stitching, setting the SR Motard apart from every other scooter on the market. The large helmet compartment is big enough for a flip up helmet. While most scooters feature 12” wheels, the SR Motard boasts gloss black 14" wheels with five double spokes for increased style, presence and handling prowess.

Aprilia SR Motard 50

EngineSingle-cylinder, 2-stroke, Piaggio Hi-PER2
Bore x Stroke40 x 39,3 mm
Total displacement49,4 cc
StartingElectrical and kick starter
ClutchAutomatic centrifugal dry clutch
FrameSingle cradle structure in tubular steel with pressed reinforcements
Front suspensionHydraulic telescopic fork with straight stanchions – wheel travel: 86mm
Rear suspensionSingle arm with engine crankcase as swinging element, served by a single shock – wheel travel 76mm
Brakesø 220mm brake disc served by ø 2x25.4mm dual piston floating calliper
Wheels140 mm drum
TyresTubeless 120/70-14” Tubeless 120/70-14”
DimensionsLength 1953 mm Width 720 mm (across levers) Seat height 775 mm
Dry weight106 kg
Fuel tank capacity7 litres (including 1.5 litre reserve)
EmissionsEuro 2
Price£1,871

Aprilia SR Motard 125

EngineSingle-cylinder, 4-stroke, Piaggio LEADER
Bore x Stroke57mm x 48,6mm
Total displacement124 cc
StartingElectric
LubrificationWet sump
Gear boxAutomatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) with torque server
ClutchAutomatic centrifugal dry clutch
FrameSingle cradle structure in tubular steel with pressed reinforcements
Front suspensionHydraulic telescopic fork with straight stanchions – wheel travel: 86mm
Rear suspensionSingle arm with engine crankcase as swinging element, served by a single dual chamber shock with 4-setting adjustable spring preload. Wheel travel: 82mm.
Brakesø 220mm brake disc served by ø 2x25.4 mm dual piston floating calliper
Wheels140 mm drum
TyresTubeless 120/70-14” Tubeless 120/70-14”
DimensionsLength 1953 mm Width 720 mm (across levers) Seat height 775 mm
Dry weight122 kg
Fuel tank capacity7 litres (including 1.5 litre reserve)
EmissionsEuro 3
Price£2,171



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