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2018 Aprilia RSV4 RR ABS in San Ramon, CA
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Stock Number: 100351
3,233 miles
2018 APRILIA RSV4 RR, LIKE NEW, hard to come by, never dropped, clean title, low mileage. Engine & Drivetrain: Displacement: 999.6 cc Compression Rati...
NVNG, Inc.
San Ramon, CA - 2,387 mi. away

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    Aprilia RSV4 Information:

    Aprilia is a corporation that is known for the manufacture of sportsbikes. It's a name that is well-known in the world of motorcycle racing. The company is owned by Piaggio and began making bicycles, then moved onto producing scooters before settling on its renowned sportsbikes.
    The Aprilia RSV4 is Aprilia's flagship model of superbike. You can get it in the RSV4 Factory or the RSV4R. The company first produced the RSV4 in 2008. Its unveiling occurred at the Piaggio Group Convention in Milan. The RSV4 began as Aprilia's first production four-cylinder engine and contained a 65-degree 999.6 cc V-4 engine capable of producing over 200 horsepower in race configuration. It was launched specifically to race in the 2009 Superbike World Championship season.
    Throughout the years since its inception, the Aprilia RSV4 has undergone a number of changes. For example, in 2016, it received an upgrade and two new models were released in order to comply with that year's Superbike rules requiring fewer modifications on production bikes. That year saw the unveiling of the RSV4 RR and a limited-edition RSV4 RF. The results were bikes that were more powerful, yet lighter, along with improved electronics and better handling. Many people know the RSV4 as the "blendiest" of the superbike 1000 cc class.