2021 Aprilia GPR250R launched in China

2021 Aprilia GPR250R launched in China – Develops 28 HP of power

2021 Aprilia GPR250R launched in China, powering with 250 ccs single-cylinder liquid-cooled DOHC engine.

  • 2021 Aprilia GPR250R launched in China rivals with Honda CBR300R and Yamaha R25 Rival
  • Updated bike rides on 17-inch alloy wheels and upside-down front forks and monoshock rear suspension
  • 2021 Aprilia GPR250R powered by a 250cc single cylinder DOHC engine

At the 2021 Xi’an Motor Expo show in China, the 2021 Aprilia GRP250R launched in China with subtle updates. The bike comes with a host of new updates compared with the ongoing model. The 2021 Aprilia GPR250R comes with changes like sharper body panels, inspired from RV4 motorcycle, along with LED headlamps winglets elements and air inlets can be seen in the new model. Other notable highlights are sleek LED taillights, sculpted fuel tank, contrast red accent, underbelly exhaust system, slanting windscreen, and so on.

On the cluster see the old semi-digital cluster is replaced with a TFT cluster in the new model. The motorcycle builds on a perimeter frame; it measures 1970 mm in length, 770 mm in width, and 1150 mm in height, along with 1345 mm wheelbase in length. The motorcycle weighs 158 Kg and has a fuel capacity of 14 liters. The 2021 Aprilia GPR250R rides on 17-inch alloy wheels and is suspended on upside-down front forks and a monoshock rear shock suspension system. The braking is handled by front and rear disc brake coupled with a dual-channel ABS.

As for the performance, Aprilia GPR250R comes powered by the same 249 cc single-cylinder DOHC liquid-cooled engine, which develops 27.5 HP of maximum power and 21.5 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes coupled with a 6-speed transmission system, along with a standard slip assist. The motorcycle continues to rival Honda CBR300R and Yamaha YZF-R25. 2021 Aprilia GPR250R priced at 25,000 Yuan converted as Rs 3.10 lakh approximately. As for the future product for India Aprilia planning to launch the Sub 400cc bike in India; although RS 125 and Tuono 125 were already been ruled out from India.    

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