The awesome Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory.Only 1715 miles on the clock and comes with all the keys and books.We will change the oil and MOT the bike for 12m once sold.For your video tour of this bike call 01782 900 100 or WhatsApp us a message on 07594 817 630Compare insurance quotes
MCN overall review verdict: We've had to wait a long time for Aprilia to come up with a 'Factory' version of their brilliant V4 Tuono, but now it’s finally here and it’s been worth the wait. If you're after the 2019 model with the semi-active suspension, click here. The £14,635 Factory is one of the few motorcycles on this planet to combine such a glittering level of performance and technology, mixed with lashings of real-world practicality. Related: Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory vs. Ducati Monster 1200 R Related: Aprilia Tuono model history But before I go all mushy and babble-on about Aprilia’s fiery V4 super naked, let’s go back a few years and chart the V4 Tuono’s journey through life. Launched in 2011 the Tuono V4R, as it was called then, was essentially an RSV4R superbike with straight bars and half a fairing. There was never a Factory version, but that didn’t stop it winning our super naked group tests, beating off challenges from the likes of the Ducati Streetfighter 1100, Triumph Speed Triple 1050 R, KTM Super Duke 990 and 1290, and BMW’s S1000R. Loaded with class-leading power, handling and electronics, Aprilia never needed to improve the Tuono, but this year we were treated to a replacement Tuono anyway: the V4 1100 RR. We rode it briefly at its world launch a few months ago and came away impressed with its extra smoothness and grunt. But now here’s the bike Tuono fans have really been waiting for: the Tuono V4 1100 Factory.
|Annual road tax||£91|
|Annual service cost||-|
|Max power||175 bhp|
|Max torque||89 ft-lb|
|Top speed||175 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||-|
|Engine type||Liquid-cooled 16v V4|
|Frame type||Aluminium twin spar|
|Fuel capacity||18.5 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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