Aprilia launches the 150cc Retro Cafe racer, Aprilia Pagani 150. The new Aprilia Pagani 150 cafe racer comes with a USD 3,083 / RM 13,181 price tag in China.
Piaggio Zongshen Foshan launches the all-new 150cc Aprilia cafe racer in China; this 150cc mini retro cafe racer is called the Aprilia Pagani 150. The Pagani 150 is actually based on the Aprilia CR150 (Mondial Hipster 150), which we do not get in Malaysia.
Aprilia Pagani 150 Specs and Details
To being with, compared to the CR150; the Pagani 150 comes with a lot of fairings which gives it a nice retro racer touch. The Pagani 150 rolls in with; retro-style front headlamp cowl, retro side fairings, large belly pan, dual side-mounted exhaust and a lovely seat cowl. On top of this, the Aprilia Pagani 150 comes with ABS and digital instrument cluster as standard.
In the case of the engine, the Aprilia Pagani 150 actually uses the same powerplant from the CR150. The 150cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine mated to a 6-speed gearbox puts out 18 hp at 9,750 rpm and a peak torque of 14Nm at 7,500 rpm.
In the case of suspension, inverted front fork a and dual rear shocks take care of the business. As for the brakes, Aprilia went with petal disc brakes at the front and rear since it’s a fairly small bike.
Pricing and Options
The Aprilia Pagani 150 comes in red and blue colour options. As for the price, the Pagani 150 costs 21,800 Chinese Yuan; which is around USD 3,083 or RM 13,181.
If you already know the Italian motorcycle manufacturer, F.B Mondial, this bike would seem a lot familiar to you. The Aprilia Pagani 150 is technically a rebadged Mondial Pagani 1948. The F.B Mondial brand was actually revived by the Piaggio group some time ago and most of the Mondial bikes use engines from Piaggio.
Although the bike is already available in China, we are not sure whether the Pagani 150 would make it into Europe, the US, or ASEAN countries like Malaysia. If you are from a country where the CR150 is already available, then you would most likely get the Pagani 150!