2021 Aprilia Tuono 660 and RS 660 India pricing revealed

2021 Aprilia Tuono 660 priced at Rs 13.09 lakh while the fully-faired RS 660 is priced at Rs 13.39 lakh, which is a premium of Rs 30,000. Bookings have commenced for a minimum amount of Rs 2 lakh and deliveries to start from June 2021

By Aditya Jadhav | on March 9, 2021 Follow us on Autox Google News

2021 Aprilia Tuono 660 is priced at Rs 13.09 lakh, while the fully-faired RS 660 is priced at Rs 13.39 lakh. Bookings for both have commenced at a minimum amount of Rs 2 lakh, and deliveries will start from June 2021.

Highly anticipated Aprilia Tuono 660 and the RS 660 have been launched in India for ex-showroom prices of Rs 13.09 lakh and Rs 13.39 lakh, respectively. This translates to an on-road (Maharashtra) price of Rs 16.58 lakh for the Tuono 660 and Rs 16.95 lakh for the RS 660.

Bookings have commenced at a minimum amount of Rs 2 lakh, however, customers will need to pay 50 per cent of the ex-showroom price to place the order. Only 10 units of each have been allocated to the Indian market, but the next batch is expected to follow soon. The deliveries will commence in the month of June 2021.

The Aprilia RS 660 is powered by a 659cc parallel-twin liquid-cooled engine, which is derived from the RSV4 1100’s V4 engine. The parallel-twin unit has a 270-degree firing order. While the power plant is the same for both motorcycles, the state of tune is different. The Tuono 660 produces 93.7 bhp and 67Nm of peak torque, while the RS 660 churns out 98.6bhp at 10,500rpm and 67Nm at 8,500rpm. Both the motorcycles come equipped with a six-speed gearbox.

Even though the Tunono 660 has fewer body panels than the RS, both the motorcycles have a kerb weight of 183kgs. Also, they come with features like Six-axis Inertia Management Unit based Traction Control, Wheelie Control, Cruise Control, Cornering ABS, and five riding modes (Road and Track, 3 pre-set, and 2 customisable).

For suspension duties, both the Tunono 660 and the RS 660 get fully-adjustable Upside Down Forks with 120mm travel. The rear suspension is fully adjustable as well with 130mmm of travel. Upfront, both the motorcycles get a 320mm twin-disc setup, while the rear gets a 220mm single-disc unit.

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