Aprilia Storm 125 Launched Unofficially in India at INR 65,000 Price Tag

  • 9th, May 2019 11:57 AM
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The Aprilia Storm 125 was initially showcased at the Auto Expo 2018 alongside its sibling the SR 125. As compared to the SR 125 which is a sportier offering with racing DNA, the Storm 125 is off-road centric with smaller 12-inch wheels and chunky dual-purpose tyres measuring 120/80-section at the front and 130/80-section at the rear. Other than the colour schemes including matte yellow and matte red with carved graphics enhances the offroad-centric character of the scooter.

FYI, the Aprilia Storm 125 has launched in the country at an affordable pricing of INR 65,000 (ex-showroom). The Aprilia dealerships confirmed its unofficial launch and started accepting bookings for the scooter. There is no fixed, official token amount to book the scooter, it varies from INR 500 to INR 5,000 depending upon the dealership. The deliveries against booked product are being expected to commence in coming one or two weeks of this month.

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Well, most of the underpinnings on the Storm 125 is shared from its ongoing brother the Aprilia SR 125 still there are an array of differences which are evident at the cosmetic and mechanical front as well. About the colour schemes and evident changes, we have intimated above. Other than this, the Storm 125 gets a single-piece grab rail that sits taller than the sporty spilt grab handle given on the SR 125.

In terms of power, the identical 124.49cc, single-cylinder engine of the Aprilia SR 125 is fitted to the Storm 125 as well for performing propelling duties. The engine is said to churn out 9.6PS of power at 7250 rpm along with 9.9Nm of peak torque at 6250rpm. The suspension duties on the Storm 125 is managed via telescopic forks up front and a monoshock unit towards the rear. While the Italian automaker anchored the scooter with drum brake units at both wheels. However, they are integrated with advanced safety aids of the combined braking system (CBS). Keeping Indian audience in mind, Aprilia did not launch the front disc variant of the same which was showcased at the Auto Expo 2018,

If the rivalry is concerned, the Aprilia Storm 125 will lock its horns with the likes of Honda Grazia, TVS NTorq 125 and ready to launch Hero Maestro Edge 125.

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