2010 Aprilia RSV4 R motorcycle review @ Top Speed

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Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R



The basic behind this new Italian was to retain the original engine of the Factory version and yet replace all components that made it in an attempt to allow more to enjoy the thrill of riding an RSV4. So the engine remains the ultra-compact, 999.6 cc 65-degree V4 capable of no more or less 180 hp and 115 Nm.

The engine configuration itself the 2010 Aprilia RSV4 R the V4 available today powering a hypersports bike, but behind the performance figures is the latest Ride-by-Wire engine management together with an electronic system with dual per cylinder to allow the use of three engine maps (Track, and Road), a Magneti Marelli electronic ignition system in engine control system, one spark plug per cylinder and coils, while the 4 into 2 1 exhaust layout allows for the use of a lateral silencer and a single probe. This, together the engine control unit-controlled valve and integrated trivalent converter, helps this powerful engine meet 3 regulations.

It is more than obvious there were no concessions in the engine department and everybody did the new bike to still get the aluminum and swingarm, completely adjustable as well as Brembo brakes monobloc calipers and radial mounts despite its budget Now the wheels aren’t forged, but aluminum, the suspension components are and the multitude of carbon fiber found on the RSV4 Factory is by aluminum and plastic ones on the R.


The fact that Aprilia to deliver the same engine and performance and lowered the price at a that makes the RSV4 R competitive means that the now stands even better to sell when put against the BMW S1000RR (RSV’s fiercest or the Japanese square: Honda Yamaha R1. Suzuki GSX-R1000 and Ninja ZX-10R.

Still, you note that all these bikes are powered by inline-four engines of comparable performances, the RSV4 R brings in a whole new of engine for this segment. who want that will go for the Italian bike.


to the Factory model, the first you notice about this is the fact that it doesn’t get expensive look which “buy me if you can afford me.” look for carbon fiber and panels and casings because find plastic and aluminum but the original Aprilia RSV design was This means that you get the compact body and ultra-short fairing, but not the attractive Black/Red scheme. Instead, the RSV4 R in either simple Black or White, which is Aprilia’s and successful attempt to set the bike from its much more brother, but in the end, the family are there to make it stand out it is ridden.

Press Reviews

The engine is the same, without some of the advanced electronics, but the chassis are slightly lower-spec. Despite it’s still a beautifully-balanced Italian missile. MCN

“At any rpm the runs smoothly with no vibration being transferred the handlebars, proof that the counterbalance is perfectly calibrated. the engine’s outright power somewhat comparable to the new Yamaha motorcycle-usa

“While the motor pulls from the bottom, it does not the grunt of a V-twin or even the for that matter. Hit the 7,500 RPM and the RSV4R truly comes to in an impressive manner; this V4 has one punch in the mid-range.” webbikeworld

Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R

is now everywhere and the chassis feather-light, from side to side the chicanes with ease, as long as you don’t stray off the That’s because the RSV4 R is a racebike. Y’ know, a racebike- aggressive, intimidating and fast.” hellforleathermagazine

The interesting about the RSV4 R is that the extra weight it still like a dream. The frame and can’t be adjusted in all the ways the can, but you really need to a lot of time on a racetrack to utilize adjustability. motorcycle

“I’m very tempted to say the 2010 Aprilia RSV4 R is the handling motorcycle available out There are other motorcycles handle just as solid and but not quite with the same easiness of it all. The mass is supreme, and all 180 horsepower is kept in at all times through all the aluminum ultimatemotorcycling


The biggest that Aprilia pursued this new approach towards the RSV was to be able to offer the bike for $20K and the $15,999 MSRP mission accomplished by far.

With the RSV4 Factory. had, and still does, one of a bike in their hands, but the that it addresses to riders exclusivity in mind didn’t turn out to be the easiest way towards and that’s what the 2010 R comes to fix by addressing to a broader of riders.

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Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R
Aprilia RSV4 R


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