This is the Aprilia SR 160 that is already produced in Argentina

In alliance with the Italian giant Piaggio, Grupo Simpa will expand its motorcycle portfolio with this scooter.

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Through an agreement between the Piaggio Group, from Italy; Y Simpa Group, from Argentina, the scooter Aprilia SR 160 It has already begun to be assembled in the industrial plants that the Schwartz family company has in the country.

“We are very happy to start with the local production of our fifth international motorcycle brand… We continue working with the commitment to assemble internationally renowned brands in the country and to have new models for Argentine consumers to access the same vehicles as in the markets of the northern hemisphere ”, said Martin Schwartz, Director of the Rolling Division of the Simpa Group.

Aprilia SR 160The Aprilia SR 160, with avant-garde, contemporary and aerodynamic design and inspired by the model RSV1000 R Factory, has a beak-shaped front apron, which integrates the double headlight in an original way, while the flashing lights are integrated into the handlebar.

This scooter, which is powered by an engine with technology 160cc TECH FI, 3 valves and injection, offers better drivability, power, fuel economy and overall performance, providing a comfortable city driving experience.

Aprilia SR 160It has a 6 liter fuel capacity ABS brake system front with 220mm disc and a 140mm drum brake at the rear. Equipped with a dashboard with semi-digital speedometer, fuel gauge and odometer.

Also has front telescopic suspensionThe 14 ”tread, rear mono-shock shock absorber - the largest in its segment - provides a pleasant ride.

The Aprilia SR 160 will be the first of several products to be produced in Argentina in alliance with the Piaggio Group.

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