The Italian automaker Piaggio has launched a two-wheeler called Aprilia SR 150 that looks like a cross between a bike and a scooter. Aprilia SR 150 features all Black 14-inch wide wheels to take care of difficult terrains with ease and is further supplemented by an auto gear mostly found in scooters. The auto gear allows the rider to quickly change gears while driving through traffic ridden city roads. Aprilia SR 150 images show the overall look of this crossover bike as trendy and tailor made for the urban youth. The front profile of this bike has a powerful looking suspension system, and a pointed apron that houses a clear lens headlamp. It comes with well-designed handles that house two Black colour rear view mirrors. The windshield is also Black in colour flanked by cute looking turn indicators. The instrument panel comes with a twin pod design and houses gauges such as a speedometer, a fuel gauge & an odometer displaying speed, fuel availability and other such information about the bike in real time. The seat of this crossover looks comfortable and hides a decent storage unit beneath it, wherein you can store groceries or sundry items. The footrest has adequate legroom preventing driverвЂ™s knees from scraping against the front end of the vehicle. The all black engine, exhaust pipe and a high positioned tail light complete the side and rear profile of this two-wheeler. Aprilia SR 150 colours include shades of White and Black. Moreover, to enhance its style quotient even further, both colours come with touches of red, thus according it an amazing contrasting view. The vehicle is powered by a 150cc petrol engine attached to an automatic gearbox, and is equipped with a 220mm disc brake at the front wheel and a conventional 140mm drum brake at the rear wheel. The main rival of this crossover two-wheeler is believed to be the new Honda Nova also launched at the ongoing Auto Expo 2016.
Aprilia SR 150 Engine and Transmission:
Aprilia SR 150 specifications include a powerful 150cc petrol motor that is based on SOHC air-cooled four-stroke mechanism. This powerful engine is believed to be highly fuel-efficient and comes attached to an automatic transmission gearbox system that transfers torque to the rear wheel.