Aprilia Releases The Price of Maxi Scooter SRV850 for UK Market

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Aprilia SRV850
Aprilia, scooter manufacturer which based in Noale, Italy had been released the price of their new maxi-scooter, Aprilia SRV850 that will go on sale for UK market next month, as reported in Visordown.

Using  same 840cc engine that used for Aprilia Mana models. SRV took the base of the Gilera GP800 but with several modifications. Gilera GP800 priced at 6500 pounds, or approximately USD 90.9 million. Aprilia SRV850 to take the muzzle of the motor model Aprilia RSV4 superbike is priced close to eight thousand pounds.

Maxi SRV850 Aprilia scooter priced at 7799 pounds, or about USD 109 million, much cheaper than  Aprilia Mana prices which at 8178 pounds, or for about USD 114 million, which was introduced in 2009. From the price SRV850 Aprilia maxi scooter is fairly expensive for the class of motor scooters.

Beside the priced, in terms of performance and size are a lot of scooters that can not match with it. Power that had been expelled from its V-Twin engine reaches 76bhp motor sport equivalent to the price range above the Honda Integra (7,500 pounds). In terms of performance, the Aprilia SRV850 more qualified. But if you look from the side of the Honda Integra technology far more advanced in implementing the technology that they employ in the tech MotoGP prototype motorcycles' dual-clutch

2012 Aprilia SRV 850 Maxi Scooter Specifications:

Engine and Transmissions

Engine type : 90° V-twin engine, 4-stroke
Engine capacity : 839.3 cc
Bore/stroke : 88 mm / 69 mm
Power : 76 HP @ 7,750 rpm
Torque : 76.4 Nm @ 6.000 rpm
Timing system : Single overhead camshaft (SOHC) – 4 valves per cylinder
Induction system : Electronic injection with Ø 38 mm single body
Cooling system : Liquid with three-way thermostat
Lubrication : Dry sump with double trochoid lobe pump
Gearbox : CVT with torque server
Clutch : Automatic dry centrifugal clutch with vibration dampers

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