The big news for the mighty Aprilia Tuono in 2017 is more refinement. Everyone seems to agree, for now, that 1077cc of V-4 power is enough to get the job done, so the Tuono gets a full-color TFT dash, a Euro-4 compliant muffler, and cruise control.
The new, sophisticated electronic management includes an advanced dynamic controls package with APRC, Cornering ABS, Pit Limiter and Cruise Control. The inimitable 175 hp V4 earns Euro 4 approval, without sacrificing any of its superb performance. Improved suspension and brakes.
Aggressive, sporty, capable of expressing dynamic character and light weight in a unique and unmistakable style, a true big Aprilia in 125 cc of pure fun.Designed, developed and built in Italy, Aprilia Tuono 125 offers the younger rider, but also enthusiasts of smaller engine capacities, the best they can find in terms of design, construction, components and technical features.
The 2015 MY Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory APRC sports the new and larger four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 1077cc, V4 engine of the 1100RR, which got more powerful. This version of the Tuono is addressed mainly to those riders who tend to demand nothing but the top performance from their bikes, with most of its components being derived directly from the new RSV4 RF superbike.
On the technology side, it has all of Aprilia's race track inspired features, such as the Aprilia Performance Ride Control (APRC), the "Race ABS" and the ride-by-wire.
The 1100 Factory APRC comes in very bright and distinctive colors, typical to Aprilia's racing heritage, which make it stand out in almost any crowd.
The 2015 MY Aprilia Tuono V4 1100RR comes as a descendant to the successful Tuono V4 R. The house of Noale have focused mainly on improving the V4 engine, and they have succeeded. To do this, the cylinder bore was enlarged, from 78 to 81mm, resulting in a new engine displacement of 1077cc. Putting it in numbers, the new V4 produces 175 horsepower and 120 Nm of torque as opposed to the 167 horsepower and 115 Nm of torque of the Tuono V4 R.
Of course, the Italian engineers have fitted all the technology from the RSV4 on the Tuono also, making it a suiting two-wheeler for open-road and track Sundays alike. Technologies such as the Aprilia Performance Ride Control (APRC) and the "Race ABS" make the Tuono perform like no other, under stressful situations on the track, or on a simple highway haul, it will be able to put a smile on the face of those who enjoy a zero-compromise streetfighter.
The 2014 MY Aprilia Tuono V4 R APRC ABS is one of the most sought after naked superbikes available on the market. This one-liter machine comes standard with the APRC, the patented control system package that has been derived from Aprilia's fully-faired RSV4 flagship superbike. The APRC allows the rider to make custom settings on some electronic systems, to better suit the needs at any given moment.
The engine, a 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 999cc V4, is extremely compact, taking no more room than a twin-cylinder. It develops an impressive 167 horsepower and 111 Nm of torque.
Coming standard with ABS, The Tuono V4 R, has improved stability when braking from high speeds, increasing rider safety and possibly adverting accidents.
Ever dreamed of riding a naked bike with the same savage character of a WSBK-class one? Say hello to the 2012 Aprilia Tuono V4 R APRC, the stripped version of the top Noale machine, now offered with the racing electronics package as a standard. The APRC lets riders customize the response of the bike according to their riding style and road conditions.
Fast, exceptionally maneuverable, almost as powerful as a WSBK machine, the Tuono V4 R APRC embodies Aprilia's street aggression philosophy in a bike which performs just as well as it looks. Created for both fast canyon carving and furious racing at the track, the Tuono V4 R APRC can also be a daily ride to work, as the ergonomics have been updated for more comfort.
The 2011 Aprilia Tuono V4R APRC brings the WSBK-grade Performance Rider Control system to the street level, making the naked version of the RSV4 even more fierce. Riders are now in full control of traction, wheelie and launch, also benefiting from the quickshift gearbox, and being offered a wide palette of settings which should give them a solid advantage on the track and street.
A true superbike with a more upright position and high handlebars, the 2011 Tuono V4R APRC. Boasting immense power and peak torque at an usable 9500 rpm, the bike blends in the sporty character and a more comfort-oriented design for enhanced ergonomics and more fun.
Want WSBK-like performance from a naked bike? Aprilia knows you do, and that's why the 2011 Tuono V4 R is here. Derived from the Superbike program and trimmed to enhance streetability on various roads and with multiple riding styles, this bike brings a new timing, multiple engine and throttle bodies revisions and shortened first 3 gears.
The engine rpm at max power has also been reduced to 11,500, with a rev limiter at 12,300 rpm. Three mappings are constantly available to the experienced rider: Track, Sport and Road, for instantaneous changes in power delivery and performance.
If it's an Aprilia and has gold finish elements, then it's a Factory edition. This is also true for the 2009 Tuono 1000 R Factory edition, which received and exclusive trim to appeal those in search of a more prominent head-turning factor backed by several better technical features.
The 2009 Tuono 1000 R Factory boasta fully adjustable Öhlins Racing suspensions, anodized frame and wheels and a bevy of carbon fiber racing-grade parts, such as the new belly pan, side panels, mudguards and spoilers, all kept in place with dedicated fasteners with countersunk screw heads.
A true superbike in a naked street guise, the Tuono 1000 R is a savage re-interpretation of the classic fully-faired RSV 1000. Retaining the full racing potence, the Tuono aims at more extreme customers who are in search of the precise handling and power WSBK-grade machinery offers but are not willing to part with the aggressive roadster design.
Compact and loaded with Aprilia's latest in bike-making expertise, the 2009 Tuono 1000 R is ready to deliver the adrenaline overdose. The V60 Magnesium Evolution engine is new for 2009, fed by a new air intake system and new 57mm EFI throttle bodies. New are the twin silencers, aluminium frame and swingarm, as well, and only the thrill stays the same.
Feel like you can do just well without the golden trim of the Factory version of the 2008 Tuono 1000? That's fine, because the base model is offered for a lower price, with full road-aggressivity and without the special edition frills. If you're more into riding than turning heads, then the 2008 Aprilia Tuono 1000 R is most likely the right choice.
This bike has Showa forks and a Sachs rear damper in place of the Öhlins Racing ones, but adjustability and performance are still top-notch. The brakes are untouched so you get the premium Brembo hardware to take care of slowing you down.
The 2008 Tuono 1000 R Factory is Aprilia's take on the naked version of the acclaimed, successful RSV 1000 R bike. Destined to be ridden by daring guys, this loiter-class roadster is all about streetable WSBK-grade performance and being a merciless for canyon carving fun races.
A superbike par excellence, the 2008 Tuono 1000 R Factory tossed the fairing and go a raised handlebar, to offer a better stance. The Factory trim brings Öhlins suspensions, Brembo Gold brakes, a golden trim for the frame and other accents.
The 2007 Tuono 1000 R embodies the acclaimed Aprilia racing heritage in a package which is both delivering unrivaled street performance and looks to kill. This bike brings almost the same racing engineering like the one which moves the RSV 1000 R machines, only in a more streetable version, more focused on comfort, rideability on all types of roads and with a more forgiving character.
The styling has been updated, as well as the injection, exhausts and steering yoke. A new swingarm and rear linkage, as well as a new aluminium perimeter frame. All in all, Aprilia delivers an almost entire new toy for the daring riders.
It's naked, it's fast, looks great and it carries on the famed road-racing Aprilia heritage: the 2007 Tuono 1000 R Factory, a bike which is eager to take on the winding canyon roads to show other who's the real boss. Created with zero-compromise performance in mind, this machine is in fact a streetable, stripped down version of the WSBK beasts.
Equipped with racing-grade Öhlins Racing suspensions and loaded with carbon fiber parts, this bike also boasts, anodized forged Oz wheels and special edition fasteners with countersunk screw heads. With the traditional gold finish elements, the Brembo brakes are also Serie Oro for a killer, exclusive look.
The 2007 MY Aprilia Tuono 1000 R Factory is a race-derived, naked machine, that boasts one of the best performances in its class. It boasts features derived straight from Aprilia's racing department, such as the 43mm Ohlins Racing suspension package, composed of an upside-down fork in the front and an adjustable piggy-back mono-shock with Aprilia Progressive System (APS), a Brembo Gold braking system, lightweight, forged-aluminium wheels, and carbon fiber body parts.
At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, magnesium 60-degree V-Twin powerplant paired to a six-speed manual transmission, that can reach a maximum power output of 139 horsepower and 107 Nm of torque.
The 2007 MY Aprilia Tuono 1000 R is a race-derived naked two-wheeler that is considered to be one of the best machines, performance-wise, in its class. At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, 60-degree V-Twin powerplant paired to a six-speed manual transmission and can produce a claimed 139 horsepower and 107 Nm of torque.
This machine boasts race-inspired features that dramatically increase its performance levels, as opposed to the base Tuono, such as a 43mm Showa upside-down fork, an adjustable Sachs monoshock as a rear suspension with Aprilia Progressive System (APS), and a Brembo Gold braking system with dual 320mm front discs and a single 220mm unit in the rear.
The 2006 MY Aprilia Tuono R is one of the most exclusive and sought after naked machines among Aprilia fans and not only, thanks to standard features such as the 43mm Sachs upside-down telescopic fork, the adjustable Sachs monoshock on the rear, a Brembo Gold braking system with dual front discs and a single rear unit, a digital instrumentation panel, plus a nose fairing with a small windscreen.
In the tech/engine department it sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, 60-degree V-Twin powerhouse paired to a six-speed manual transmission, and can reach a maximum power output of 139 horsepower and 107 Nm of torque.
The 2006 MY Aprilia Tuono 125 is an entry-level naked machine suitable for the novice among Aprilia fans. At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder powerhouse paired to a six-speed manual transmission, and can produce a claimed 28 horsepower and 23 Nm of torque unrestricted, and 14 horsepower and 16 Nm of torque in the restricted version.
It comes standard with a 40mm upside-down telescopic fork, an adjustable monoshock as a rear suspension, front and rear disc brakes, a nose-fairing and a small windscreen, a single seat, improved ergonomics and a comprehensive instrumentation panel.
The 2005 MY Aprilia Tuono 1000 sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, V-Twin powerhouse paired to a six-speed manual transmission and can produce a claimed 126 horsepower and 101 Nm of torque. This machine is arguably one of the fastest ones in its class, and comes standard with an Ohlins Racing suspension package, with a titanium nitride treatment on the front fork, a Brembo braking system with dual 320mm discs in the front and a single 220mm one in the rear, a single seat and a large, 18-liter fuel tank.
The 2005 MY Aprilia Tuono 125 sports a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission and can produce a claimed 28 horsepower and 23 Nm of torque, unrestricted, and 14 horsepower and 16 Nm of torque in the restricted version.
This entry-level two-wheeler comes standard with features such as a Brembo braking system, a comprehensive instrumentation panel, a 40mm upside-down telescopic fork, a rear adjustable monoshock, front and rear disc brakes and a nose-fairing.
The 2004 MY Aprilia Tuono Racing has, at its heart, a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, V-Twin powerhouse paired to a six-speed manual transmission, and can produce a claimed 130 horsepower and 101 Nm of torque. This model boasts race-derived features such as the 43mm Ohlins upside-down front fork with a titanium nitride treatment, a rear adjustable Ohlins monoshock with APS, dual front disc brakes with radial-mounted, 4-piston calipers, and lightweight, forged-aluminium, alloy wheels.
The 2004 MY Aprilia Tuono 1000 sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, V-Twin powerhouse paired to a six-speed manual transmission and can produce 126 horsepower and 101 Nm of torque. This machine comes standard with features such as dual, 320mm discs with 4-piston calipers, a race-derived, upside-down telescopic front fork, and an adjustable monoshock in the rear.
The 2004 MY Aprilia Tuono 125 sports a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 125cc, single cylinder engine paired to a six-speed manual transmission. This machine is suitable for the less experienced among Aprilia fans, as well as the more seasoned ones, that prefer a more agile and fuel-efficient machine for their daily commute to and from work. It comes standard with an upside-down front fork, an adjustable rear monoshock, and a large, 320mm front disc brake with a 4-piston caliper.
The higher spec Aprilia Tuono 1000 models have the trick Ohlins suspension kit on them, buyt the early base model motorcycles have cheaper suspension which compromises the bike somewhat, making it feel like a supermoto motorcycle with an unfeasible motor fitted it works OK, but feels a little skittish when pushed hard on bumpy.
The 2003 MY Aprilia Tuono 1000 Racing addresses adrenaline-junkies who want a naked machine capable both of leisure riding and a track Sunday, without having to add special features. At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, V-Twin powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission and can produce a claimed 130 horsepower and 101 Nm of torque.
An Ohlins Racing suspension package, composed of an upside-down telescopic fork in the front and an adjustable mono-shock with Aprilia Progressive System (APS) in the rear, plus a Brembo Gold Series braking system with dual front discs ensure this machine can tackle any race track with ease.
The 2003 MY Aprilia Tuono 1000 sports a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 998cc, V-Twin powerplant mated to a six-speed manual transmission and can reach a maximum power output of 126 horsepower and 101 Nm of torque.
It boasts a high-end suspension package, composed of an upside-down telescopic fork and a rear adjustable monoshock, dual front disc brakes, a digital instrumentation panel, blacked-out looks and a two-piece dual seat.
The 2003 MY Aprilia Tuono 125 is one of the most powerful naked machines in the 125cc class, offering novice riders with a power output and maneuverability comparable with a bigger-bore sportmachine, without putting too much of a strain on them. At its heart lies a liquid-cooled, two-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder powerhouse paired to a six-speed manual transmission and can produce 28 horsepower and 23 Nm of torque.
It also boasts an aggressive, race-inspired overall design, with a bold graphic scheme and blacked-out components. Standard features include an upside-down telescopic fork, an adjustable rear shock absorber, lightweight, cast-aluminium wheels, a two-piece dual seat, plus front and rear disc brakes.