August 10, 2022

Aprilia’s first learner-approved journey motorbike, the Tuareg 660 L, will arrive in Australian showrooms by July in three color schemes.

It comes a month after the discharge of the full-powered Tuareg 660 in Might/June.

Pricing has but to be confirmed for both bike.

The output of the full-powered model is 58.8kW (80hp) at 9250rpm with 79Nm of torque at 6500 revs.

To qualify beneath Australia’s learner-approved motorbike scheme (LAMS), the 660cc parallel-twin engine has been detuned to 35kW (47.6hp) at 5500rpm and 61Nm of torque at 5000rpm.

All different technical options of the learner adventurer are unchanged and embrace such options as LED lighting, traction management, 4 using modes and even cruise management. A fast shifter is out there as an adjunct.

These journey fashions are a part of the brand new 660 platform following the RS 660 and Tuono 660.

They symbolize a return to journey using after the Caponord was discontinued, however promise to be rather more dust oriented with 21-inch entrance wheels and tubeless tyres on spoked wheels.

Different journey traits are a light-weight moist weight of 204kg, 18-litre gas tank and absolutely adjustable Kayaba suspension.

Tuareg revives a mannequin title Aprilia final utilized in 1985.

The title can be utilized by VW for his or her SUV though it’s spelt Touareg. Each names seek advice from a nomadic Sahara tribe.

Tuareg 660 was designed by the Piaggio Superior Design Centre in Pasadena, California.

It’ll arrive in a selection of Acid Gold, Martian Purple (black and pink) and Indaco Tagelmust impressed by the 1988 Tuareg Wind 600.

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Anticipated to reach in native showrooms in Might/June. Pricing has but to be confirmed.

Aprilia has developed a variety of equipment:

See additionally

  • Lockable aluminium panniers
  • 33-litre aluminium prime field
  • Tubular engine guards
  • Auxiliary LED lights
  • Centre stand
  • Chain information
  • Touring windscreen: this ensures higher safety for the rider from the air for a extra comfy journey. It’s fabricated from 4mm thick metacrylate and is sturdy and sturdy.
  • Consolation seats
  • Aprilia smartphone multimedia system
  • Digital anti-theft system

Aprilia may even have a variety of journey helmets, clothes and gloves as seen within the pictures on this web page.

Aprilia Tuareg 660 – Technical specs

Engine sort Aprilia forward-facing twin-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, twin overhead cam (DOHC) with silent chain drive on the proper facet, 4 valve per cylinder.
Bore and stroke 81 x 63.93mm
Engine capability 659cc
Compression ratio 13.5:1
Most energy at crankshaft 80hp (58.8kW) at 9250rpm

47.6hp (35kW) at 5500rpm (LAMS)

Most torque at crankshaft 70Nm (7.13kgm) at 6500rpm

61Nm at 5000rpm (LAMS)

Gasoline system Airbox with entrance air vent. 2 Æ48mm throttle our bodies, Experience-by-wire administration
Ignition Electrical
Lubrication Moist sump
Transmission Six-speed, Aprilia Fast Shift (AQS) System up and down obtainable as accent
Clutch Multiplate moist clutch with slipper system
Secondary drive Chain, drive ratio 15/42
Electronics APRC Suite that features ATC (traction management), AEB (engine brake) AEM (engine maps), ACC (cruise management)
4 using modes (City, Discover, Off-road, Particular person)
Chassis Body in metal tubing and built-in subframe screwed aluminium plates connecting the body to the engine
Entrance suspension Absolutely adjustableÆ 43mm upside-down Kayaba fork with counterspring. Wheel journey: 240mm
Rear suspension Aluminium swingarm. Progressive linkage. Absolutely adjustable Kayaba monoshock. Wheel journey: 240mm
Entrance brake

Rear brake


300mm double disc
Brembo callipers with 4 horizontally opposed Æ 30/32mm pistons. Axial pump and metallic braided brake line
260mm diameter disc; Brembo single piston Æ 34mm floating calliper. Grasp cylinder with separate reservoir and metallic braided hose
Multimap ABS
Wheels spoked with aluminium drop centre Entrance: 2.15×21-inch, Rear: 4.25×18-inch
Tyres Tubeless, Entrance: 90/90-21, Rear: 150/70 R 18
Dimensions Wheelbase: 1525mm
Size: 2220mm
Width: 965mm
Saddle peak: 860mm
Headstock angle: 26.7 levels
Path: 113.3mm
Weight 204kg kerb weight (187kg dry weight)
Emissions compliance Consumption Euro 5
4.0 litres/100 km
CO2 emissions 99g/km
Gasoline tank capability
Color vary
18 litres (3-litre reserve)
Indaco Tagelmust, Martian Purple, Acid Gold
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