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2013 Aprilia Sportcity 125 Scooter on 2040-motos

US $0.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, US

Coopersburg, PA, US
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2013 Aprilia Sportcity 125, Our increasingly congested world is crying out for vehicles capable of beating urban traffic with speed, style and elegance. Almost by definition, the scooter is the ideal urban vehicle. And over the years the scooter has evolved to cater for changing needs. The latest design trends emphasise practicality, safety, agility and economy, with a flair for fashion and style. Now, thanks to the Sportcity 50 or Sportcity 125, you can save money without having to scrimp on comfort and technology. In fact, you still benefit from a superb design based on quality and practicality. Apriliaa??s Sportcity range re-interprets the concept of the high wheel scooter. The Sportcity stands out for its unique style and its ability to offer safety, fun and economy. Apriliaa??s recipe has obviously gone down well with the public, given the excellent sales figures achieved. Now the Sportcity family is bigger than ever thanks to the introduction of the Sportcity 50 and Sportcity 125. The Aprilia Sportcitys conserve all the features that made their a??big sistera?? so popular but offer an even better quality to price ratio. Original and unmistakable, they are truly modern scooters and worthy additions to the Sportcity family. With the same elegant design and sporty personality that made the range so popular, the Sportcity 50 and 125 stand for rational and practical character. Each one is Apriliaa??s offer to riders in search of a scooter that is not only fashionable but easy to ride too. The Aprilia Sportcity 50 and 125 are safe, agile, and able to beat city traffic in comfort and style a?? and with negligible running costs. This kings of the metropolitan jungle are designed precisely as everyday, urban commuters and just love to nip through city traffic. Both use advanced technology to reduce costs (purchase cost and running costs) and to deliver exciting performance. Even the standard equipment is impressive.

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