Aprilia SR 125 User Reviews
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Power is defined as the rate at which something does work. For vehicles, horsepower translates into speed. So if you want to go faster, and get up to speed quicker, you need more horsepower. Torque, on the other hand, is the expression of a rotational or twisting force.
The Aprilia SR 125 shares its 124.49cc motor with the Vespa 125 but retains the handling dynamics of its larger sibling. SR 125 and SR 150 has the exact same bodywork. However, what the SR 125 gets are new graphics and a seat that’s a bit thicker at the back. There’s also a wider range of colors to opt from. On the features front, the SR 125 seems outdated. Focusing on the SR 125 performance, it makes a segment-leading 9.65PS of power coming in at 7250rpm, manages the 0-60kmph in a dismal 9.71 seconds. This makes the SR 125 the slowest 125cc scooter we have ever tested. This lack of performance can be attributed to its surprisingly heavy kerb weight of 120kg (the highest in the segment) and the large 14-inch wheels which have a lot of inertia getting off the line. If we talk about the speed, the SR 125 manages a true speed of 98kmph with the speedometer displaying an overly optimistic 120kmph. If we talk about a budget scooter then SR 125 is more affordable than the SR 150 not only in terms of buying cost but running cost as well thanks to its increased fuel efficiency. So if you are looking for a scooter with a good fuel efficiency in low budget then you can choose to go with SR125.
The recommended tyre air pressure for Aprilia SR 125 is 29 psi.
Aprilia SR125 has a claimed mileage of 52.5 kmpl in highway, as tested by our experts. Stay tuned.