Home / Blogs / Aprilia Pagani 150 Officially Revealed
  • Upcoming Bikes
  • 0

Aprilia Pagani 150 Officially Revealed

Nepal Auto Trader

Share this News


Aprilia Pagani 150 has been recently launched in China with a starting price tag of CNY 21,800 and the brand has no plans to launch it in Nepal at the moment. As the motorcycle has been developed by Zongshen Piaggio Foshan Motorcycle. The Italian bike maker has not plans to introduce the Pagani 150 in other markets too. Hence, we won’t see this bike on our roads. However, the design of the bike and the segment to which it belongs looks quite interesting.

Coming back to the motorcycle, it is powered by a 150cc, 4-valve, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine which is good for a maximum power of 18 HP at 9750 rpm and 14 Nm of peak torque at 7500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The Aprilia Pagani 150 is available in China in two colour options: Red with Silver and Blue with Silver. The retro-style bike has 850mm of seat height, 143mm of ground clearance, 9.5-litres of fuel tank capacity while the kerb weight stands at 133 kgs.

In terms of looks, the Aprilia Pagani 150 has a classic-modern design language with a retro appeal. The motorcycle features round-shaped headlight along with bulky looking fairing. The brand has equipped the Pagani 150 with a circular all-digital instrument console to match with the overall design profile of the motorcycle. The multi-spoke wheels, muscular fuel tank, ribbed seat, and scrambler-style side-mounted dual-barrel exhausts further accentuate the retro styling of the 150cc bike.

The bike is based on the Aprilia CR150. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The Pagani 150 is available with red and blue colour options. The bike has 850 mm seat height, 143 mm ground clearance, 9.5-litres of fuel tank capacity and 133 kg kerb weight. It has a modern classic design language with a retro appeal screaming right at the front. It gets a round shaped headlight that is enveloped in full-fairing. If you check out the side profile It has a bulky setup up front that tapers down as it moves towards the rear.

Our latest comments