Aprilia RS4 125 For Sale

The Aprilia RS4 125 is a learner friendly sports bike and is powered by a 125cc single cylinder engine which puts out the full 15bhp. It's closely related to the AM friendly RS4 50 and was replaced by the RS125 in 2017.

Aprilia RS4 125

What Is It?

  • Stylish, easy to ride, fast, light
  • Expensive

Launched in 2011, the four stroke RS4 125 replaced the outgoing two-stroke RS125. It's the bigger brother to the RS4 50, based on the Derbi GPR125 and a race kit is available to boost the power from 14.8bhp to 25bhp.

Features include:

  • Aluminium perimeter frame
  • Braced Aluminium swingarm
  • Magneti Marelli electronic injection system
  • 300mm steel front disc with four piston radial caliper
  • 220mm steel rear disc with single piston caliper
  • Braided hoses and electric start
  • 41mm black anodised upside down fork with 110mm travel
  • Asymmetric swing arm with 130mm travel rear shock 
  • Split 6 spoke wheels

The liquid cooled single cylinder 124.8cc engine produces 11.7bhp at 10,500rpm while looks are styled on the RSV4 superbike and a RSV4 style quick shift system is an option.

Available colours: yellow, black and WSBK race replica.

Did You Know?

By the time the RS4 125 launched over 100,000 RS125 bikes had been sold around the world

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Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2011 £2,400 £1,900 £1,700 14,100
2012 £2,250 £1,800 £1,600 12,500
2013 £2,300 £1,850 £1,600 10,700
2014 £2,400 £1,900 £1,700 8,900
2015 £2,600 £2,100 £1,850 7,000
2016 £2,900 £2,350 £2,050 5,100

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