Aprilia Storm is coming soon at Auto Concept Ranchi

The Most Awaited Aprilia Storm is coming soon in Auto Concept. Aprilia Storm 125 is one of the Performance-based scooters in India and it also comes with a budget-friendly price range. This scooter is basically dedicated to college students and youths. Aprilia Storm is one of the most awaited and most popular scooter in India. Booking of Aprilia Storm 125 has been started and its getting amazing response from the youths. 

Aprilia Storm 125 Preview 

Aprilia’s SR125 scooter is an exact replica of its 150cc sibling, other than its ‘SR125’ sticker.  The SR125 shares its engine with the Vespa LX125 producing 9.5bhp of maximum power and 8.2Nm of torque transferring power to the rear wheel via a CVT gearbox. Like the SR150, the SR125 is built on a tubular steel frame. A telescopic fork at the front and a single coil spring at the rear make up for suspension duties while braking is done by a 220mm disc at the front and a 140mm drum at the rear. It shares the all-analogue instrumentation with the regular SR125.

The Storm is a variant of the SR125 with cosmetic changes: it gets matte-finish colours with different decals, different wheels, and tyres that are ever so slightly off-road biased. It helps to give it a butch character. In essence, the Storm is targeted more towards a male audience where the appeal of the regular SR125 is universal.

As of writing, the SR125 Storm is a design exercise, but since the changes are cosmetic, it won’t be too difficult for the company to put it into production. With the scooter market exploring more and more niches, Aprilia might find the Storm worth its while – the only scooters occupying this niche currently are the Honda Grazia and the Suzuki Burgman Street.

Key Features 

Engine     125cc                    
Power    9.6 PS @ 7250 rpm
Fuel Type    Petrol
Front Brake     Disk
Rear Brake     Drum
Tyre Types   Tubeless
Fuel Capacity     6.5L
Cooling System    Air Cooled 
Head Lamp    Halogen
Starting    Kick and Self Start
Torque (Nm@rpm)    9.9 Nm @ 6250 rpm
Speedometer    Analogue