The Capo is great to ride, comfortable, good flexible engine. It is let down on a few fronts however; the quality of components is depressingly bad, the front springs are woefully weak and the brakes are just not good enough.
I had my Capo for a couple of years, in that time the starter motor failed (replaced), the starter solenoid failed (replaced), two of the four coils failed (replaced), the clutch slave seals failed (replaced) and the clocks failed (replaced), the petrol tank connector snapped (replaced), spokes have broken and the output from the alternator is barely enough to charge the battery. It certainly won't maintain heated grips as well. There are numerous websites that detail the Capo's shortcomings and the Aprilia rep in the UK acknowledged that there are serious quality issues, but will they do anything about it? As soon as your bike is 1 year and a day old, forget any chance of help. The engine is great though, but then I believe it's a Rotax, and they're Austrian. Also delivery time for parts is measured in weeks... My local dealer (Rocket, Blackburn) will not reset the service indicator as this can blow the clocks (£500). These bikes are cheap, second hand, and rightly so as they are built down to a price. Buy one with your credit card ready to pay for repairs. And have a spare bike too. I've spoken with a couple of Capo owners and they've both had problems so it ain't just me.