Aprilia has announced that its latest streetfighter, the Tuono V4R, is finally making its way to the U.S. circa March, 2012, at a retail cost of $14,999.
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Aprilia boasts a history of bringing hard-edged track performance to the road with its Tuono streetfighter.
Aprilia’s Tuono V4R lines up against the BMW S1000R, Kawasaki Z1000, and MV Brutale 1090RR in this strictly Four-Cylinder Streetfighter Shootout.
Aprilia Street Bikes
Aprilia street bike models include the naked Tuono streetfighter, mid-displacement Shiver 750, supermoto Dorsoduro and the innovative automatic-transmission Mana 850.
Aprilia’s current street bike lineup includes a number of models, many with a “Factory” version sourcing high-end componentry. The dual-sport Pegaso 650 is a Single-powered Euro model. Other road bikes are V-Twins, like the 749cc Dorsoduro supermotard and Shiver naked. The Mana 850 is also powered by a Twin but features a new automatic transmission, eliminating a clutch lever and making a bid for the entry-level rider. The high-performance Aprilia Tuono is a stripped down standard version of the RSV literbike and a multiple winner of Motorcycle USA comparison tests. History of Aprilia Motorcycles