Bikerbox announces Aprilia RS660 price

Date posted on November 11, 2020
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Bikerbox Inc., the Aprilia distributor in the country has just announced the price for its much anticipated middleweight superbike .

The RS660 will be made in Noale, Italy.
It is the new sports concept created using racing technology for enjoyment on the road.

Get to know more about it here.

https://insideracing.com.ph/aprilia-rs660-confirmed-for-the-philippines-heres-what-you-need-to-know/#

We announced its confirmation way back in August and now we are happy to report that the new 2021 Aprilia RS660 is now available witth a proce if P860,000.

But for a lucky few, it will be available for pre order at a special promo price of only P798,000. The price is valid up until Dec 31, 2020 and requires a P200,000 downpayment.



You can contact any of its three Aprilia dealer for more details;

Aprilia (Manila)
Aprilia Pampanga
Aprilia Davao

Or you can get in touch with Bikerbox directly through +63 975 246 3513‬.

Press Release from Aprilia:

APRILIA CHOOSES CALIFORNIA TO DÉBUT THE ANXIOUSLY AWAITED RS 660

Monterey (CA – USA), 10 October 2020 – For its début on the road, Aprilia RS 660 chose one of the most iconic ribbons of asphalt and tracks in the world.

On the Big Sur coastline in California, one of the most anxiously awaited motorcycles of recent years was dynamically presented to the American market. Astride the RS 660 was Rennie
Scaysbrook, the rider of Australian origins who, astride the Aprilia Tuono V4, won at Pikes Peak, the most famous and prestigious hill climb race in the world, where he also holds the record.
The dynamic features, the tight frame and the exciting performance of the new 100 HP twin-cylinder thrilled Rennie who, since he happened to be in Monterey for the American presentation, couldn’t resist the temptation to test the RS 660 at Laguna Seca too, on the most famous track in California.

And so, the Corkscrew – the fast double turn on a hair-raising downhill that characterises Laguna Seca – put the new Aprilia through its paces, a bike which, designed for everyday fun on the road and for weekend sport and leisure riding, is providing unexpected thrills at every track test, thanks to its qualities of light weight and agility.

The surprise at the début is a spectacular, brand new colour scheme that sets a new bar for style and sportiness: RS 660 is unveiled in the Acid Gold livery, a genuine essence of the Aprilia brand and the perfect combination of innovation, technology and design.

Aprilia RS 660 has been one of the most anxiously awaited motorcycles since its first appearance, as a concept, in November 2018, when it revealed a brand new idea of sportiness, no longer bound strictly to the power specs, but defined by the ratio between exuberant and easy-to-manage engine performance, a chassis architecture par excellence and the light weight of the vehicle.

Now, less than two years from that first appearance, RS 660 is a unique offer of its kind: a 100 HP medium-size twin-cylinder for a weight of just 183 kg, attractive, accessible, with highly technological content, even superior to the bikes in higher categories. It is a fun and enjoyable bike, capable of providing just as many thrills on the road as on the occasional track outing.
The Aprilia RS 660 brings back the everyday pleasure and fun of a full-fairing sport bike with semi-handlebar that exploits the dynamic qualities of perfect chassis architecture, combined with the exuberant performance of an entirely new parallel twin-cylinder and the Aprilia active electronic controls package which sets the bar on a global level.

Aprilia RS 660


Engine type
Aprilia forward-facing parallel twin, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled with radiator and water-oil heat
exchanger, double overhead camshaft (DOHC) with silent chain drive on the right side, four valves
per cylinder.

Displacement
659 cc

Bore and stroke
81 x 63.93 mm

Compression ratio
13.5: 1

Max torque at crankshaft
67.0 Nm (6.83 kgm) at 8,500 rpm

Max power at crankshaft
100 hp (73.5 kW) at 10,500 rpm

Fuel system
Airbox with front air intake. 2 ∅48 mm throttle bodies, Ride-By-Wire management

Gears
6 gears with Aprilia Quick Shift (AQS) up-and-down system

Clutch
Oil bath multi-disc with anti-hopping system

Electronic management
6-axis inertial platform, APRC suite which includes ATC (traction control, AWC (wheelie control),
AEB (engine brake), AEM (engine map), ACC (cruise control)
5 Riding modes (Road and Track, 3 fixed and 2 customizable)

Frame
Double beam aluminium frame with detachable rear seat

Front suspension
Kayaba upside down fork ∅ 41 mm with counter spring, aluminium feet for fixing radial calipers.
Adjustable for rebound, compression and spring preload. Wheel travel 120mm

Rear suspension
Aluminium swingarm with asymmetrical trusses. Monoshock with adjustable counter spring:
rebound and spring preload. Wheel travel: 130mm

Front brake
Double disc diameter 320mm
Brembo radial calipers with 4 ∅ 32mm opposing pistons.
Radial pump and metal braided brake hose

Rear brake
– 220mm diameter disc; Brembo calliper with 2 isolated ∅ 34mm pistons. Pump with integrated tank and metal braided hose
– ABS
– ABS Cornering multimap

Wheels
In aluminium alloy Front: 3.5 “X17” Rear: 5.5 “X17”

Tyres
Tubeless radials front: 120/70 ZR 17 rear: 180/55 ZR 17 (alternatively 180/60 ZR17)

Dimensions
Wheelbase: 1370 mm
Length: 1995 mm
Width: 745 mm
Saddle height: 820 mm
Rake: 24.1°
Trail: 104.6 mm
Weight
183 kg kerb weight (169 kg dry)Tank capacity
15 litres (including 4 lt. fuel reserve)

Source Bikerbox, Inc.

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