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Aprilia SR Max250 HPE maxi scooter unveiled | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

The Italian scooter affords a traction management system and two using modes – Sport and Eco.

Aprilia has taken the wraps off its SR Max250 HPE (Excessive Efficiency Version) scooter in China. This maxi-scooter is bought completely within the Chinese language market for the time being, with nothing revealed about its launch in different markets.

Aprilia SR Max250 HPE: underpinnings, options

Powering this maxi-scooter is a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, 244c engine that makes 26hp and 22.5Nm, which, even by bike requirements, is fairly punchy. Suspension duties are dealt with by a telescopic fork on the entrance and twin gas-charged shocks on the rear. As is anticipated of a premium maxi-scooter, dual-channel ABS is commonplace on the Aprilia. 

At 15 litres, the gas tank is significantly bigger than every other maxi-scooter and even just a few motorbikes. The seat peak is adjustable between 775mm and 815mm, catering to riders of all sizes.

The options listing is as spectacular because the spec sheet. A full-colour 7-inch TFT show is on provide. By that enormous sprint, two using modes might be toggled by means of specifically, Sport and Eco. One other distinctive function is the inclusion of a (rudimentary) traction management system, one thing not too widespread within the maxi-scooter house. 

Aprilia SR Max250 HPE: will it ever make it to India?

At present, Aprilia solely sells small-capacity, air-cooled scooters in India, a lot additional down the meals chain in comparison with this one. They’re all made completely in India, guaranteeing a comparatively aggressive worth level. It’s extremely unlikely the Aprilia SR Max250 HPE will make its method to our shores given the small marketplace for this type of product right here. 

If the Noale-based firm have been to launch it right here, nonetheless, it could rival the lately launched Keeway Vieste 300, priced at Rs. 2.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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