With the arrival of the little Streetfighter, you had to choose a rival to oppose him. With his big V4, the Tuono was the ideal candidate. Two roadsters wicked, but also two ways of looking at the road with a beautiful Italian.
Evolution, variation, upgrading, marketing as much attention to new horizons. To meet market demand, manufacturers apply to be placed and / or put the right products at the right price. Here is a teaching directly dictated by the “business”. And this is how, we children of the press, we end up comparing the powerful Tuono V4 R APRC to the new “small” Streetfighter.
Indeed, already know that the family Streetfigter replaced the “standard” version of 1098 by 848. Which is less than € 2,800 (€ 15,290 in 2011 to the standard SF 1098) when she receives the DTC (Ducati Traction Control). Aprilia within the cocoon, you will notice that now, one Tuono V4 is offered for sale and it is the R version APRC … pending a possible finish Factory.
As a reminder, during the 2011 season, the Tuono V4 R was sold € 13 999 when the R version APRC was exchanged against € 14 999! Here are the APRC 2012 cheaper than the standard R 2011! Hallelujah! But overall, it’s full range road which largely revised its tariffs down Aprilia. Consider what an interesting season for commercial professionals.
When asked “why did you put down the Tuono R non-APRC? “The answer stems from the press and customer feedback as this, with such power (167 hp!), Assists flight prove vital! In between these lines is extracted a startling revelation: the majority of owners Tuono V4 them suitable for the track! Finally, I m’comprends … In short, our neighbors in Europe, both versions are available.
With us one, but for a competitive price widely seen artillery onboard! Already, its V4: 999.6 cm3 of pure adrenaline, pure pleasure of hearing! Kind of musicality to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage! Rhâââ the V4 … Gritty, powerful and so communicative that keeps the handle play, to try to get comfortable in his predilection for schemes give voice to full cones!