The Aprilia SRV 850

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The Aprilia SRV 850 engine is the first and only 90° V two cylinder scooter engine and it makes the maxi from Veneto the fastest and most powerful scooter ever manufactured anywhere in the world. The new system ensures maximum efficiency in terms of fuel economy and emissions control.

On the Aprilia SRV 850 the aluminium swingarm is secured in an entirely solid way to the frame, guaranteeing excellent stability at high speed. SRV 850 brings the style of the Aprilia maxi bikes to the scooter world.

The front end is the extreme summary of Aprilia stylistic language: the triple headlight, the dynamic air intakes under the light assembly and the racing top fairing are elements that the SRV 850 has in common with the bike that revolutionised the super sport world. The graphic of the complete instrument panel, in perfect Aprilia Racing style, is at the same level as the best super sport bikes.

The sleek and slender rear end of the SRV 850 ends with a spectacular LED technology light assembly which the new maxi two cylinder from Aprilia shares with the Dorsoduro 1200, another “extreme”, bike, standard bearer of the Aprilia maxi bike muscular sportiness: a family of vehicles which the SRV 850 is a full member of, bringing unique sport characteristics to the scooter world without compromises, not even in style.

The generous power of the Aprilia two cylinder's engine demands a superbly rigid chassis. The double cradle frame of the Aprilia SRV 850 is made of steel trellis pipes with reinforcing and rigidity plates. The new Aprilia maxi scooter leans into turns like a sport bike, reaching 45° angles, maintaining neutral behaviour and extraordinary road holding. The braking system at the front uses Brembo Gold Series double piston floating callipers and two 300mm semi-floating steel discs. The Aprilia SRV 850 is even equipped with a parking brake operated by a practical lever on the right of the leg shield.