Aprilia RS 660 Launched In India At Rs 13.39 Lakh

Aprilia RS 660 Launched In India At Rs 13.39 Lakh

Aprilia had earlier released the teaser of its 660CC bike named RS660 . Aprilia has finally launched the bike in the Indian Market. Aprilia launches the RS 660 in India at Rs 13.39 lakh, ex-showroom. The middle-weight supersport motorcycle arrives as (CBU) Completely Built-Up units and is offered in three colour options. Bookings for the RS 660 had begun back in February 2021

It comes in three Colour Options: Acid Gold, Apex Black and Lava Red.

The RS 660 comes powered by a liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin-cylinder 659cc engine paired to a six-speed gearbox with a slip-assist clutch and Aprilia’s bi-directional quick shifter as standard. Max Power: 99bhp @ 10,500rpm Peak Torque: 67Nm @ 8,500rpm.

The Aprilia RS 660 borrows its design inspiration from its bigger version, the RSV4. The motorcycle features an aggressive-looking full fairing and aero winglets as seen on the RSV4. The race-spec style winglets will offer enhanced aerodynamic stability at high speeds. The RS 660 also features the brand’s signature three-part headlight cluster as well. Other features include, LED headlamps with LED DRLs, LED taillamps, Windscreen, Underbelly exhaust, Race-spec handlebar and 15-litre fuel tank.

The RS 660’s electronic rider aids are supported by a six-axis (IMU) Inertial Measurement Unit. It also features 5 ride modes out of which three are dedicated to road riding and two for track use. The RS 660 also feature a 5-inch TFT split-screen layout, which will help control all the electronic aids on the motorcycle. The company is also offering an optional Aprilia MIA multimedia platform for connected technology via a smartphone application.

The motorcycle features an aluminium dual beam chassis. The RS660 tips the scale at 185kg kerb with a seat height of 820mm. Suspension Front: 41mm Kayaba USD fork Rear: mono-shock unit Both units are fully adjustable for compression, rebound & preload.

The RS 660 rivals the likes of Honda CBR 650R, the Kawasaki Ninja 650, and the Ninja ZX-6R; among others.

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