News : Aprilia GPR250 debuts in China

News : Aprilia GPR250 debuts in China

Aprilia GPR250 debuts in China. These pictures are captured by New motor. A few months ago Piaggio India’s MD and CEO, Diego Graffi, said, they are working to launch a premium midsize motorcycle in the category of 250cc.

He said, “I can confirm that the interest for the segment and what would be the market opportunity for it here in India exists.

The brand will be Aprilia (and) the kind of bike will be a premium, 
mid-range with an engine size between 150cc and 250cc. At present, we do not have a fixed date.

It has taken a little bit longer than what we had planned initially as we want to find the best trade-off between what is the expected price and what is the level of local content (in the bikes) we are introducing.”

And we were quite confident that Aprilia was working on the midsize sports bike. The bike as you can see in pictures has an ABS sensor at the rear and front that does mean it comes with a dual-channel ABS.

The paint scheme is quite sporty plus it also gets frame and swingarm made up of aluminum. Stunning isn’t it? Let us take a look at specs below.

The engine spec doesn’t match with the 250cc model of China Aprilia Dagen. So we believe its completely new. However, we felt that the engine matches the specs engine of 250NK and we were true. Also, this could be a model only for China.

The price remains unknown.

Aprilia GPR250 specs

  • Total length: 1,950mm
  • Full width: 770mm
  • Overall height: 1,100mm
  • Wheelbase: 1,350mm
  • Seat height: [820mm]
  • Weight: 150kg
  • Fuel tank: 14L
  • Engine: DOHC water-cooled single cylinder
  • Displacement: 249.2cc
  • Bore x Stroke: 72.0mm x 61.2mm
  • Compression ratio: 11.3: 1
  • Gear: 6 speed
    Horsepower: 19.5kw (26.5PS) / 9,000rpm
  • Torque: 22Nm / 7,500rpm
  • Front suspension: 41mm inverted
  • Rear suspension: Monoshock
  • Front brake: 300mm / radial mount 4POT
  • Rear brake: 218mm / 1POT
  • Front tire: 100 / 80-R17
  • Rear tire: 130 / 70-R17 

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