Aprilia has done it again! Fresh from the success of the SR GT line introduced in 2021, they’ve now rolled out the SR GT 125 and SR GT 200 models, flaunting MotoGP-inspired graphics. Having wowed the international market first, these Italian maxi-scooters are ready to set the streets ablaze.

Top key points of the Aprilia SR GT 125 and SR GT 200 MotoGP replica:

  • New MotoGP-inspired livery with black painted bodywork, red stripes, and an ‘Aprilia’ livery running through the side profile.
  • Same aggressive bodywork and tall stance as the base models.
  • 125cc single-cylinder engine making 14.2bhp and 12Nm, or 174cc mill dishing out 17.4bhp and 16.5Nm.
  • Liquid-cooled with CVT gearbox.
  • LED illumination all over and a fully digital console.
  • Double cradle chassis suspended on 33mm telescopic front forks and dual rear shock with preload adjustability.
  • 260mm front disc and 220mm rear disc with a combined braking system.

MotoGP-inspired Graphics

For this year, Aprilia has draped the SR GT 125 and SR GT 200 in fresh liveries. These new designs, inspired by their own MotoGP race bike, feature striking black bodywork with bold red stripes. The word ‘Aprilia’ stylishly cuts across the side, adding a touch of brand pride.

Aprilia Left Front Three Quarter


Visual Update

While the scooters maintain the same aggressive bodywork and tall stance, they look sharper than ever. Muscular panels lend the SR GT series a youthful appeal. A three-piece LED headlight, crowned with a smoked visor, split seat setup, and a two-piece grab rail complement the overall fierce appearance.


Under the hood, the SR GT 125 packs a punch with a 125cc single-cylinder motor, delivering 14.2bhp and 12Nm of torque. Its bigger sibling, the SR GT 200, comes powered by a 174cc engine, dishing out an impressive 17.4bhp and 16.5Nm. Both these beasts are liquid-cooled and team up with a CVT gearbox for a smoother ride.


Aprilia hasn’t held back on features either. The SR twins boast LED illumination throughout and a state-of-the-art digital console. This console provides riders with a plethora of information: speed, distance travelled, overall distance, engine speed, fuel level, and so much more.


Both models share a solid build, sitting on a double cradle chassis. They ride on 33mm telescopic front forks and boast dual rear shocks with preload adjustability. For those concerned about safety, Aprilia has incorporated a 260mm front disc and a 220mm rear disc with a combined braking system.

Currently, only the SR and SXR lines grace the Indian streets. But keep your eyes peeled! Aprilia plans to introduce the RS 457 soon.


With its latest offerings, Aprilia reiterates its commitment to combining performance with style. Whether you’re a seasoned rider or just getting started, the SR GT 125 and SR GT 200 promise an exhilarating ride.


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