Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR Overview
If you’re looking for comfort and power then the Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR is the bike for you! The super naked bike offers the ultimate thrill of power, performance and practicality. Although the footpegs are set similar to a race bike, there’s lots of legroom to be had, and extra comfort with the softer seating.
Aprilia have pulled out all the stop for the Tuono V4 1100 RR kitting it out with fully adjustable Sachs suspension, Brembo radial brakes and an impressive new 1077cc V4 engine kicking out an incredible 175bhp.
Take a look at the Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR in action…
Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR Spec
- Top speed175mph
- Seat height825mm
- EngineV4, four stroke, liquid cooled
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Ohlins suspension so seems to handle pretty much everything you throw at it
Awesome power delivery. A little chatter at low revs but otherwise she pulls hard all the way through the rev range.
Pretty thirsty engine although that may be as a result of how you always want to ride quite hard. I expect she'll eat the Metzlers but at the end of the day if you can afford a £15k bike paying an extra 10-20% higher running costs over something more mainstream is probably manageable.
Appears to be top notch but only done 1200 miles so can't properly evaluate yet.
M50s so pretty much the best on the market. Big difference over earlier generations I had in my Ducati.
So the rr has sachs suspension rather than the ohlins of the factory model, but is by no means worse off except for bragging rights. The faster you ride it, the better it gets, and the standard settings are a brilliant on road and track. I'm looking forward to having a fiddle and making it even better.
It's a super naked... 174bhp out of the crate and mine also has an akrapovic can and a race map. You wouldn't need any more!
34mpg and approximately 200ml of expensive 5/40 fully synthetic oil ever 600 miles ish. But I didn't buy this for economy.
As a brand new bike it had to have the dealer realign the forks as they weren't straight in the yokes. Besides that, in the 3000 miles I've done so far it's been totally reliable.
Brembos... Strong enough to pop your eyeballs out!