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Aprilia SR GT Sport 200 2022

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$ 2,560 | £ 2,071
SHORT DESCRIPTION

Aprilia SR GT Sport 200 2022 ideal all-arounder scooter, thanks to its sporty styling and ready-to-go attitude.

DIMENSIONS

LENGTH 1920 mm
WIDTH 765 mm
HEIGHT 1166 mm
WHEELBASE 1350 mm
GROUND CLEARANCE 155 mm
WEIGHT (kg) 116 kg
SEAT HEIGHT 799 mm
DIMENSIONS
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LENGTH

1920 mm

WIDTH

765 mm

HEIGHT

1166 mm

WHEELBASE

1350 mm

GROUND CLEARANCE

155 mm

WEIGHT (kg)

116 kg

SEAT HEIGHT

799 mm

TYRES

FRONT WHEEL Tubless 110/80 - 14''
REAR WHEEL Tubless 130/70 - 13''
TYRES
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FRONT WHEEL

Tubless 110/80 - 14''

REAR WHEEL

Tubless 130/70 - 13''

Build

Frame Double cradle, in high-resistance steel tubing
Front Suspension Hydraulic telescopic fork ø 33 mm (120 mm travel)
Rear Suspension Double hydraulic shock absorber with adjustable preload (102 mm travel)
Front Brake Hydraulic with wavy disc, Ø 260 mm - ABS
Rear Brake Hydraulic with wavy disc, Ø 220 mm
Headlights LED
Build
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Frame

Double cradle, in high-resistance steel tubing

Front Suspension

Hydraulic telescopic fork ø 33 mm (120 mm travel)

Rear Suspension

Double hydraulic shock absorber with adjustable preload (102 mm travel)

Front Brake

Hydraulic with wavy disc, Ø 260 mm - ABS

Rear Brake

Hydraulic with wavy disc, Ø 220 mm

Headlights

LED

Power

Engine Single-cylinder 4-stroke i-get with Start&Stop system
Bore x Stroke 61.5 mm x 58.7 mm
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Fuel System Electronic injection
Ignition CDI
Starting Electric
Lubrication Wet sump
Transmission Continuously variable transmission (CVT)
Clutch Automatic centrifugal dry clutch
Max. Power 13 kW at 8,500 rpm
Max. Torque 16.5 Nm at 7,000 rpm
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Engine

Single-cylinder 4-stroke i-get with Start&Stop system

Bore x Stroke

61.5 mm x 58.7 mm

Compression Ratio

9.2:1

Fuel System

Electronic injection

Ignition

CDI

Starting

Electric

Lubrication

Wet sump

Transmission

Continuously variable transmission (CVT)

Clutch

Automatic centrifugal dry clutch

Max. Power

13 kW at 8,500 rpm

Max. Torque

16.5 Nm at 7,000 rpm

Model

Make Aprilia
Model SR
Variant / Trim GT 200
Year 2022
Model
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Make

Aprilia

Model

SR

Variant / Trim

GT 200

Year

2022

DESCRIPTION

Aprilia SR GT Sport 200 2022, The Aprilia SR GT is the perfect combination of performance, technology designed to adapt to any situation, and an inimitable style with motorcycling echoes.

This fearless scooter is unafraid of cobblestones, tram tracks, potholes, and other urban road hazards, but is equally at home on the open road, with its ample 9-litre fuel tank capacity delivering a range of around 350 km. The Aprilia SR GT 200 packs a punch with its brand-new 174-cc single-cylinder engine, making it agile, dynamic, and capable in all conditions.

This is a practical and powerful bike that takes on urban traffic with ease, producing category-busting power of up to 13kW at 8500 rpm and torque of 16.5 Nm at 7000 rpm. The SR GT's sporting soul is immediately apparent, with gritty, original lines, sporty finishing details, high-quality materials, and Italian style.

The wide naked handlebar is pure motorcycle, while the double-cradle steel frame and notable suspension adjustment create a distance from the ground of only 175 mm, making it fast, agile, and unstoppable when it comes to obstacles. The SR GT's design screams action and fun, but it's also ideal for commuting, with a 25-litre underseat compartment that can fit a full helmet.

A USB port and an advanced LCD dashboard are also included in the leg shield back plate. If you select the Aprilia MIA optional extra, you can connect your phone to the handlebar controls via Bluetooth. The compact design features short overhangs and tight, dynamic lines that emphasise the sporty nature of the vehicle.

The 9-litre fuel tank is located in the central tunnel to make room for an ergonomic footwell with an external part that resembles off-roader protection. This creates a more forward and "active" riding position, but it also allows you to move your feet forward if you prefer a more relaxed riding style. 

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