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2016 Aprilia Tuono Factory on mail.2040motos

US $14,999.00
YearYear:2016 MileageMileage:1 ColorColor: Superpole
Location:

Accident, Maryland, United States

Accident, Maryland, United States
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Aprilia Tuono Factory tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,100 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle has an existing warranty TypeType:Naked For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Aprilia Tuono Factory description

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2016 APRILIA TUONO 1100 FACTORY

Tuono V4 1100 is the latest and most spectacular evolution of a sport naked dynasty, born in 2002 out of Aprilia's intuition to strip down and fit a handlebar on their flagship superbike (which at the time was the V-twin RSV mille), thereby combining all the advantages of a chassis par excellence with the fun of sitting up and dynamic riding. The patriarch of the new “supernaked” category was called the Tuono 1000 R, the first ultra-high performance naked. Aprilia Tuono has therefore always been a high handlebar superbike, unbeatable on the track and loads of fun on the road. The know-how acquired in years of victorious competition at top levels and the experience of the Tuono history now allow Aprilia to exceed limits which had previously seemed insurmountable: introducing the new Tuono V4 1100, an exclusive thrill generator and fun in its purest state. New 175 HP engine with a powerful maximum torque of 120 Nm, revamped chassis setup to achieve better agility, fine-tuned aPRC, new look, the possibility of connecting your smartphone to the vehicle through the PMP platform and two distinctly outfitted versions (Factory and RR) that have the same, strictly Aprilia character in common.

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This motorcycle carries a 2 year-unlimited mileage-factory warranty, valid at any Aprilia dealer in the USA. 

New owner's receive two keys, an owner's manual, a passenger seat, and a Certificate of Origin. 

Color: Superpole

NO FREIGHT OR SETUP CHARGES!

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Shipping

We ship nationwide daily.

Shipping is to your door!! 

Please call 800-967-7738 with any questions or for references.

Terms

 $100 documentation fee will be added to final price.  This fee is to handle any notarization and processing of paperwork.

Maryland residents are subject to 6% sales tax and title/registration fees.

**Buy-It-Now price includes all rebates and incentives**

Financing 

All financing must be secured prior to bidding or purchase.

Please contact us to apply for credit.

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We reserve the right to end this auction at any time as the motorcycle is for sale in our showroom.

If you have any questions, need additional pictures, feel free to call us at 800-967-7738




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