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2000 Aprilia Rsv Mille on mail.2040motos

$7,999
YearYear:2000 MileageMileage:890 ColorColor: Blue
Location:

Oakdale, New York

Oakdale, NY
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Aprilia RSV Mille photos

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Aprilia RSV Mille tech info

TypeType:Sportbike PhonePhone:(877) 590-5952

Aprilia RSV Mille description

2000 Aprilia RSV mille, 2000 Aprilia Mile ONLY 890 Miles - Highly original technical choices, systematic use of solutions borrowed from the racing world and above all abundant passion and commitment to make each detail exclusive: this is the basis for Aprilia's construction philosophy. The RSV mille in particular brings together and exploits to the full this company's most significant heritage, with its ultra-high technological content, superior constructional quality and unique and unmistakable design. The RSV mille represents a major breakthrough on the high powered sports motorcycle scene. Its maneuverability and ridability - typical of the two-cylinder - are combined with the versatility and high performance of four-cylinder models.

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