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Aprilia SX 125 2022

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$ 3,850 | £ 3,115
SHORT DESCRIPTION

Aprilia SX 125 2022, It is fast and light, and its new engine provides benchmark performance for the entire category.

DIMENSIONS

LENGTH 2075 mm
WIDTH 820 mm
HEIGHT 1140 mm
WHEELBASE 1425 mm
WEIGHT (kg) 134 Kg
SADDLE HEIGHT 880 mm
DIMENSIONS
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LENGTH

2075 mm

WIDTH

820 mm

HEIGHT

1140 mm

WHEELBASE

1425 mm

WEIGHT (kg)

134 Kg

SADDLE HEIGHT

880 mm

TYRES

FRONT WHEEL 100/80 – 17”
REAR WHEEL 130/70 -17”
TYRES
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FRONT WHEEL

100/80 – 17”

REAR WHEEL

130/70 -17”

INSTRUMENTATION

Digital Tachometer Yes
Gear Position Indicator Yes
Digital Speedometer Yes
Odometer Yes
Trip Meter Yes
ABS Light Yes
Indicator Lights Yes
INSTRUMENTATION
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Digital Tachometer

Yes

Gear Position Indicator

Yes

Digital Speedometer

Yes

Odometer

Yes

Trip Meter

Yes

ABS Light

Yes

Indicator Lights

Yes

Build

Frame Twin-tube steel frame
Front Suspension Upside down fork with Ø 41 mm stanchions, 240 mm excursion
Rear Suspension Steel swingarm, monoshock with progressive link system, wheel travel 210 mm
Front Brake Ø 300 mm stainless steel disc with floating calliper
Rear Brake Ø 220 mm stainless steel disc with floating calliper
Headlights Yes
Build
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Frame

Twin-tube steel frame

Front Suspension

Upside down fork with Ø 41 mm stanchions, 240 mm excursion

Rear Suspension

Steel swingarm, monoshock with progressive link system, wheel travel 210 mm

Front Brake

Ø 300 mm stainless steel disc with floating calliper

Rear Brake

Ø 220 mm stainless steel disc with floating calliper

Headlights

Yes

Power

Engine Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, DOHC, liquid cooling
Bore x Stroke 58 x 47 mm
Compression Ratio 12.0~12.6 : 1
Fuel System Injection
Ignition ECU Electronics Magneti Marelli MIUG4 ø 32 mm
Starting Electrical
Lubrication Wet sump
Transmission 6 speed
Clutch Multi plate wet clutch
Final Drive Chain
Maximum Power 11 kW at 10,000 rpm
Maximum Torque 11.2 Nm at 8,000 rpm
Power
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Engine

Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve, DOHC, liquid cooling

Bore x Stroke

58 x 47 mm

Compression Ratio

12.0~12.6 : 1

Fuel System

Injection

Ignition

ECU Electronics Magneti Marelli MIUG4 ø 32 mm

Starting

Electrical

Lubrication

Wet sump

Transmission

6 speed

Clutch

Multi plate wet clutch

Final Drive

Chain

Maximum Power

11 kW at 10,000 rpm

Maximum Torque

11.2 Nm at 8,000 rpm

Model

Make Aprilia
Model SX
Variant / Trim 125
Year 2022
Model
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Make

Aprilia

Model

SX

Variant / Trim

125

Year

2022

DESCRIPTION

Aprilia SX 125 2022, The new Aprilia SX is one of the most powerful 125 motorcycles on the market. It is an authentic Aprilia motorcycle that has been updated in terms of design and features and is ready to provide a thrilling riding experience. On the Aprilia SX, advanced suspension and a new top-tier braking system with front-wheel-only ABS provide excellent power and modulability.

Improved efficiency and increased safety. Aprilia is the first in this market segment to introduce the Bosch front-wheel-only ABS system with anti-roll-over mode, which provides precision and total control in braking while also adjusting the rear wheel lifting during heavy braking. 

The new 125 cc single-cylinder engine is ready to ignite this model and its rider's emotions. A completely redesigned engine in terms of thermodynamics and electronics, with the new Marelli MIUG4 control unit. On the road, this translates to maximum power developed at lower rpm, lower fuel consumption, increased responsiveness to throttle control, and ease of management in urban and off-road driving.

There's no doubt about it: this is a four-stroke ready to make history. Aprilia has equipped the SX with sophisticated, compact, modern, and easy to read digital instruments, confirming its desire to build advanced motorcycles that are versatile and practical in everyday use; in addition to the common functions, the digital dashboard also offers the travel diary, with the ability to view top speed, battery voltage, and two trip mileometers indicating the distance travelled during riding sessions. 

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