Aprilia GPR 250 Price in India, Launch, Full Specifications, Mileage, Engine

Aprilia GPR 250 Price in India, Mileage, Engine, Top Speed, Colour, Specifications | RashGear

The Aprilia GPR 250 is one of the upcoming bikes from the Italian manufacturer. It is one of the most elegant looking 250 CC sports bikes and is expected to make a debut in the Indian market. It comes in two colours variant, Silver and Black.

It comes with a fully paired body design that gives it a very premium look. The Aprilia GPR 250 designs are inspired by its bigger sibling, RSV4 and come with a DRLs dual headlamp design. It has the best super-sport 250CC design.  

Aprilia GPR 250 Launch Date in India 2021

The Aprilia 250 bike has already been launched in some Asian countries and is expected to launch in India soon in 2021. However, they have not revealed any official date for launching this Upcoming Bike in India.

Aprilia GPR 250 Price in India

The Aprilia 250 sport-bike price in India could be in the range of Rs.2.05 – 2.2 lakhs. But there are no official notifications that have been released about the ex-showroom & on-road price for Aprilia GPR 250 bike. Meanwhile, stay connected with RashGear, we will update you on the latest price as soon as we get any official announcement.

Aprilia GPR 250 Specifications

It comes with a fuel-injected engine and liquid cooling system, with a 6 – speed manual gearbox. The GPR Aprilia 250 is equipped with a 249.2 CC single cylinder, DOHC engine. It has a top speed of 140 KMPH, but it is not as powerful as the other premium single-cylinder 250 CC bikes. It churns out at 26.5 HP of maximum power at 9000 RPM and 22 Nm of peak torque at 7,500 RPM.

The bike comes with 300 MM disc brakes at the front wheel and 218 MM disc brakes at the rear wheel. The suspension of Aprillia GPR 250

is taken care of by 41 MM USD front forks at the front end and a hydraulic mono-shock at the rear end.

Max Power26.5 HP @9000 RPM
Number of Cylinder1
Max Torque22 NM @7500 RPM
Displacement249.2 CC
Kerb/ Wet Weight150 Kg
No of Gears6
Fuel Tank capacity14 Litres
 Aprilia GPR Engine249.2 CC, Single Cylinder
CoolingLiquid-cooled
Fuel SystemFuel Injection
Mileage of GPR 25035-40 KM/L
Bore72.0 MM
Stroke61.2 MM
Compression Ratio11.3:1
ClutchWet Multiplate
Rear SuspensionMono-shock
Front SuspensionUSD Forks

250 CC Aprilia GPR Features

The weight of the Aprilia GPR 250 bike is 150kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 14 Litres. The width of the rear tyre is narrow and runs on 100/80-17 tyre upfront and 130/70-17 tyre at the rear end. It comes with 17 inches allow wheels at both ends.

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The Aprilia GPR 250 comes with a digital-analogue instrument cluster where the tachometer is analogue and the rest of the information comes on a digital screen. It comes with a dual-channel ABS and many more other features which give it an elegant sport looks.

Braking System2- Channel ABS (Anti Braking System
ColourSilver/Black
Front Type100/80-R17
Rear Type130/70-R17
Front Brake300mm Single Disc
Rear Brake218 MM Single Disc
ABSYes
Front Wheel17-inch
Rear Wheel17-inch
Tubeless TyreYes
Wheel TypeAlloys
Width770MM
Length1950 MM
Height1100MM
TachometerAnalogue
SpeedometerDigital
Trip MeterDigital
ClockDigital
OdometerDigital
Gear IndicatorYes
ABS LightYes
Low Battery IndicatorYes
Low oil IndicatorYes

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250 Aprilia Other Features

Battery TypeMF
Pass LightYes
Turn Signal Light (Front)LED
Turn Signal Light (Rear)LED
Tail LightLED
Head LightLED
Automatic Headlamp OnYes
Pillon GrabrailYes
Pillon FootrestYes
Set-up SeatYes
USB ChargingYes

Conclusion

The Aprilia GPR 250 is one of the best looking bikes, which has already launched in China and some Asian Countries and soon it will be launched in the Indian market. The Aprilia 250 bike is a complete package and if it is priced well, it will be a big hit in the Indian market.

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