Upcoming Aprilia Bikes in India

Wondering which bikes will come to India soon? Your search ends here. carandbike.com provides a list of all the upcoming bikes in India along with details of launch date, engine specifications and expected price. Users can search for new upcoming bikes slated to launch in the current as well as coming year. The ‘alert when launch’ option can be availed, wherein users are notified as soon as an upcoming model is launched in India. For those planning to buy a new bike, here is the complete list of upcoming bikes in India in 2020 and 2021.

  • Aug 2020
  • Aprilia SXR 160

    Expected Price: ₹ 1.2 Lakh - 1.3 Lakh
    Scooter, Petrol
    Alert on launch
    Overview :

    There have been a just a handful of two-wheeler manufacturers showcasing their portfolio at the 2020 Auto Expo. One of the two-wheeler highlights is the Aprilia SXR 160, which was revealed at the Piaggio pavilion. The Aprilia SXR 160 is a new moto-scooter with an interesting 'CrossMax' and it will be launched in India in the third quarter of 2020. The Aprilia team spent two years in designing and developing the SXR moto-scooter in Italy and it has been made specially for the Indian market. Aprilia hopes to launch a new category of scooters in the coming years. The bookings for the Aprilia SXR 160 will begin in August 2020.

  • Sep 2020
  • Aprilia RS 600

    Expected Price: ₹ 12.5 Lakh - 13.9 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
    Alert on launch
    Overview :

    The Aprilia RS660 is an upcoming middleweight motorcycle that was globally revealed at the 2019 EICMA Motorcycle Show. The bike features sharp styling borrowed from the larger RSV4 complete with a full-fairing that features aero winglets and also integrated the distinctive looking headlamps with cornering lights. The fuel tank design boasts of sharp lines and the upswept tail section allows for compact proportions on the motorcycle. Aprilia is positioning the RS560 as an all-rounder more than just a track tool and the bike comes with raised clip-on handlebars for a more relaxed riding stance.

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