Adventure scooters like Honda's ADV 160 and the recent Peugeot XP400 have seen a surge in popularity. These models blend the practicality of a scooter with the versatile capabilities of an adventure bike, a winning combination.
Aprilia also offers its take on an adventure/touring-inspired scooter with the SR GT, available in 125cc and 200cc variants. This two-wheeler has garnered significant attention in Asia, Europe, and notably in the Philippines in its 200cc form. Commuters and enthusiasts alike are embracing the SR GT for urban commuting and as a lightweight touring option for longer journeys. Additionally, its sporty design bears a striking resemblance to the larger bikes in Aprilia's lineup, such as the RS 660 and RSV4.
To bring the SR GT scooter even closer to Aprilia's sporty models, they've introduced a new MotoGP Replica edition adorned in the colors of the Aprilia RS-GP race bike. This scooter exudes sportiness with its matte black finish, highlighted by vibrant red and purple graphics mirroring the Aprilia Factory Racing Team. The design is further accentuated by a prominently placed Aprilia logo that runs diagonally across the side and central tunnel.
In addition to the striking visuals, the MotoGP Replica edition boasts a matte black passenger grab handle and a red pinstripe on its black alloy wheels. For devoted fans, you can even opt for the MotoGP racing numbers of Maverick Viñales and Aleix Espargaró. Notably, the SR GT ditches its dual-sport tires in favor of sporty road-focused ones, enhancing its race-inspired appearance.
While maintaining the same performance and technology as their standard counterparts, the SR GT MotoGP replicas feature a 174cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine. This powerplant delivers a maximum output of 17.4 hp at 8,500 rpm and 16.5 Newton-meters of torque at 7,000 rpm.