Aprilia rs 660

aprilia rs 660

Why choose Aprilia RS 660?

Aprilia RS 660 is immediately recognisable and rewrites the rule book for dynamic, modern sports bikes.

What makes the RS 660 special?

The future respects the traditions of the House of Noale which has long been renowned for its innovation and distinctive character. With its sporty personality and stunning contemporary lines, the RS 660 brings the winning Aprilia track experience to the road. Its unique design shapes a lightweight, compact bike with sleek, agile volumes.

How does the Aprilia RS compare to the Yamaha R6?

The RS is nowhere near as radical or as sports-focussed as a Yamaha R6 for example, and while can’t match the Yamaha’s power, the Aprilia has more rider aids, more tech and is more comfortable. Yamaha’s outstanding R6 is £12,221 but is very much a one-trick pony built to win races.

What is the difference between the Audi RS 660 and Panigale?

The Panigale pulls from the top shelf for its electronics with corner-sensitive ABS, Traction/Wheelie Control and Quick Shifter feature to more or less break even with the RS 660. In the engine displacement we find the first real major difference between the two.

Is the Aprilia RS 660 a track bike?

The Aprilia RS 660 is the latest addition to the mid-size 650-660 cc category, but its not a committed track-focussed motorcycle, but is built for everyday rideability and practicaility.

How does the ABS work on the RS 660?

Cornering ABS for the RS 660 (and other 660 motorcycles) is via the Continental 6-axis IMU (inertial measurement unit), which recognises what the bike is doing on a number of different angles with respect to the road.

Is the RS 660 a good bike?

In terms of thrust, the RS 660 feels substantially faster than other middleweights when pegged at full throttle in the first few gears. Basically, it has similar pull to a Yamaha MT-07 or Suzuki SV650, but the torque remains flat higher in the rev range, so you don’t shift as early.

What makes the Audi RS 660 so special?

The RS 660’s crowning glory is its electronic rider aids, which along with its tasty chassis parts sets it apart from its lower-spec Japanese rivals. The up/down quickshifter is as slick as they come and its cruise control is a godsend on motorways and for keeping to speed limits.

How does the Aprilia compare to other motorcycles?

With just shy of 100hp, the Aprilia looks tame when compared to the track-focused machines that traditionally inhabit this category. We’re talking about bikes like the 130hp Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja, the 118hp Yamaha R6, and even the MV Agusta F3 800 and its claimed 150bhp.

Are the Aprilia rs660 and the Yamaha R7 the new Supersports bikes?

With that in mind, a new breed of supersports bikes was dreamt up, with more road-focused dynamics, more usable power, yet still dressed in bodywork that wouldn’t look out of place on a racing grid. Two of the most eagerly awaited protagonists of this new-dawn are the Aprilia RS660 and the newly launched Yamaha R7.

Is the rs660 a Superbike?

It’s a tricky question, and one that we are going to set out to answer, or least understand a little better than we do now… To look at on the road, the RS660 is clearly a middleweight sports bike, with most riders hanging the supersports tag from its svelte bodywork.

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