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YearYear:2003 MileageMileage:43645 ColorColor: Red/Black

Goodyear, Arizona

Goodyear, AZ
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2003 Aprilia SL Falco R, APRILIA SL 1000 FALCO R Motorcycling in the pure state. A new concept twin in a light-sports version aimed at all those who identify with the pleasure of a sporty but not extreme ride. The quest for sensations and thrills, where the machine's rationality and versatility guarantee performance, safety, handling, exclusivity, and comfort. So come to RideNow Powersports in Goodyear and ask for Prudencio.Prices exclude dealer setup, taxes, title, freight and licensing and are subject to change

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