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2013 Aprilia Tuono V4 R Aprc on mail.2040motos

$12,998
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Yellow
Location:

Houston, Texas

Houston, TX
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Aprilia TUONO tech info

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Aprilia TUONO description

2013 Aprilia Tuono V4 APRC, 2013 Aprilia Tuono V4 APRC Price: $14,999 This bikes are now available in the store, call sales before its gone! 713- 222-2332. The all new Aprilia naked Superbike IS a game changer. Now available! After creating the best superbike of the new millennium, Aprilia revolutionises the supersports naked segment with its astonishing new Tuono V4 R. A bike that goes beyond the wildest dreams of even the most hardcore enthusiasts - the rider who, given the chance, would use a race bike just to go for a coffee. For riders like these and for those with power in their veins, Aprilia has created a motorcycle with the indomitable spirit of the RSV4 in a feline body that is in its element when accelerating and braking with unimaginable violence, that eats up curves of any radius and swallows straights whole. The performance and features of a superbike, the agility of a naked and the legacy of an innovative concept born in 2002 with the Tuono 1000 R a bike that earned both critical acclaim and sales success but with an extraordinary new ace up its sleeve: the performance of a 65* V4 engine and the most advanced electronics available in a motorcycle today. Like the original Tuono, the new V4 R is also immediately recognisable with its triple headlight fixed top fairing, the distinguishing trait of a bike which, like its twin cylinder predecessor, has the body and soul of its WSBK homologated sibling, but now - as well as having two world championships (the 2010 constructors and riders titles) under its belt - features two more cylinders and 41 horsepower more than before, while weighing over ten kilos less. These astonishing figures are a testimony to the technological evolution that made this exciting new model a reality. The Tuono V4 R APRC is available in a choice of two colours: competition black, sunlit yellow. Price does not include Freight, Tax, Title and License.

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