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2006 Aprilia Scarabeo 500 Touring on mail.2040motos

US $2,999.00
YearYear:2006 MileageMileage:9 ColorColor: Cream

Winston Salem, North Carolina, US

Winston Salem, NC, US
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Aprilia Scarabeo tech info

TypeType:Touring PhonePhone:3364628251

Aprilia Scarabeo description

2006 Aprilia Scarabeo 500, Want to get out and ride again (or for the first time) but don't want the hassle of a regular motorcycle ? Not so great with a clutch? No clutch! Don't like shifting? FULLY AUTOMATIC (CVT) TRANSMISSION! Easy to go but hard to stop? Linked ABS disk brakes! Can't take it with you? FACTORY REMOVABLE suitcase style hard cases and top case with embeded LED brake light for addtional safety! Not sure what's going on? Full instrumentation with speedometer, tachometer, gas and coolant temperature gauge PLUS Trip Computer with MPG, voltage, outside temperature, top speed, and lap time display! Not comfortable? Full touring fairing with windshield, hand and leg protection, plus brand new comfy factory stepped seat! Wanna look good and not like EVERYONE ELSE on 2 wheels? Italian styling and engineering mean that you are riding something that is NOT a cookie cutter cliche' on wheels. Smooth. Stylish. Fun. Performance. (Made in Italy!) People will talk to you about this bike. Not for the shy or introverted! Specs: On line Dealers: SCOOTERNERDS 430 North Eugene Street, Greensboro NC 27401 MATTHEWS FUN MACHINES 11240 E. Independence Blvd, Matthews NC 28105 Things to know: Make no mistake - this is a REAL ITALIAN MOTORCYCLE with a top speed of 100 MPH! It will run highway speeds all day long. It sold for over $7000 when new! It has fuel injection, full size wheels for a great ride and handling, and easy step through seating with floor boards for cruising comfort. I have 2 of these (the one for sale has less than 10,000 miles) and I rode my other one (it has 20,000 miles +) in August over 900 miles on a trip to the AMA Grand National race in Richmond and a side trip to Va. Beach. BTW, I took the scenic route on the way back because it was just more fun! It is as quick as my brother s Harley yet infinately easier to ride. Are parts available? As long as the internet works! I have a source that in Texas that often sells OEM parts at a FRACTION of retail. Security immobilizer system with transponder encoded keys. Is it fun? Ever play with matches? (You know that answer) If you want 50 - 60 MPG of unconventional two wheeled fun, this one deserves a look. Clean title. Test drives only with a valid motorcycle license and your cash in my hands. 336-462-8251 $2,999.00 3364628251

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