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2009 Aprilia Sportcity Cube 250 on mail.2040motos

$2,995
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:2446 ColorColor: Planet Blue
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TypeType:Scooter PhonePhone:(888) 841-3201

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2009 Aprilia Sportcity Cube 250, Low mileage, fuel injected and freeway legal scoot! - With its original design, the Aprilia Sportcity revolutionized our concept of high wheel scooters from the day it was first presented. Thanks to 15 inch wheels, generous tires, sporty engines and a superbly rigid frame, the Sportcity stood out immediately for its ability to combine the comfort of a large wheel scooter with the power and handling of a sports scooter to offer a dynamic and exciting solution to the problems of urban mobility. The Sportcity proved an instant winner and went on to become one of Aprilia’s best selling scooters.

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