Click on the links, pay a £2000 deposit and it's as good as yours, sort of
RESERVE YOUR new Aprilia RSV4 online buying visiting
rsv4aprilia.com and placing your order.
The first batch of RSV4s have already been reserved by 10 eager beavers but the company say you can join the queue by registering online and paying a £2000 deposit at your local Aprilia dealer.
We can't wait to try one; it makes a refreshing change to the usual in-line four stuff.
Posted: 18/03/2009 at 08:37
i am guessing that you like Honda's then
well done aprillia i think, the bike looks like a good one
Posted: 18/03/2009 at 09:01
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Posted: 18/03/2009 at 11:59
I have an Aprilia RST1000 Futura and I have to say its the best bike I've ever owned, Honda VFR included. Its superb for touring (has the most comfortable seat known to man) and can do a bit scratching too. Its ultra-reliable and well built too.
The thought of a RSV4 would appeal massively if I had a spare 13 or so grand kicking about! It looks superb and even in Biaggi's hands the race bike has had podium finishes already in its debut year in WSB.
Posted: 18/03/2009 at 16:30
This is all very well but has the final price been declared yet?
BTW johnnyrvf, it's not about being the first. Why is that so damn important?
nsrmad, I'm pretty damn happy with mine. Part of the appeal is the fact that you don't see many about.
Posted: 18/03/2009 at 17:39
If I win the lottery tonight I am buying one of those tomorrow.
I will then ride it and enjoy it, and bask in it's exclusivity. I shall turn up at the Stormy Petrel on the first Thursday after I get it, I shall turn up at Matlock Bath on the first Sunday, and at the Ace cafe in London not long after that.
I shall then park it up in the garage after spending a whole week getting it spotlessly clean again and shall only ever take it out for a ride again if the Pope sings on Britains got talent.
And I don't care what anyone thinks because I base my motorcycle purchasing and enjoyment on what I want. Not what magazines say, not what mates think, not what the wife says.
I would also be in the market for a Spondon Kawasaki (with the GPZ1100 engine). So stick that in your pipe and smoke it.
Posted: 18/03/2009 at 18:40
Posted: 19/03/2009 at 08:51
I take your point but at the end of the day the RSV4 is not about being innovative it's about producing a damn good bike. Nowadays it's more about refining what works than producing something completely new.
If all manufacturers stopped bothering because it had all been done before there would be no new bikes at all.
Posted: 19/03/2009 at 09:15
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