Aprilia’s Awesome RSV4 RR @ 6.9% APR HP Finance Until September 30th!

Aprilia’s RSV4 RF may be the king of sportsbikes, but the base model RR version is not only incredible, but excellent value for money, especially on a low rate finance deal – but hurry, the deal runs out on September 30th!

Yes, the RR lacks the RF’s Ohlins suspension and slew of carbon-fibre parts, but it’s got the same base frame, electronics and engine as the RF – this means it is instantly awesome! The RR also features in the new edition of the magazine – issue 344 Sept ’18 – OUT TOMORROW! You’ll see it going up against all the other base-model machines from other manufacturers and you can find out how she fared against the opposition in said issue released tomorrow on Aug 21st.

The finance deal for the Aprilia is at 6.9% APR HP from 24-48 months (or 25-49 months) with an annual mileage limit of 6,000-miles, at an RRP of £15,599 – that’s cheaper than both the standard Fireblade (RRP £15,799 – we got it wrong in the mag, sorry!) and the base Yamaha R1 (£16,499), and it’s cheaper than Suzuki’s GSX-R1000R and Kawasaki’s ZX-10RR, too. It comes far more equipped as stock than the Honda, with a full electronics suite including up/down shifters – in short, it’s a bargain, but you can discover all that for yourself in issue 344!

Want to see how the bike fared in the test which featured its fine self, Honda’s Fireblade, Suzuki’s GSX-R1000, Kawasaki’s ZX-10R, Ducati’s Panigale V4 and Yamaha’s R1? If you fancy a bit of that action, you can find single print/digital copies of issue 344, and subscription details, on the 21st Aug (tomorrow!) right HERE

In other Aprilia news, the natty little 125cc range which includes the Tuono, RS (and RS Replica), RX and SX 125 models are available until Aug 31st at 0% APR HP finance from 12-24 or 25-36 months with a deposit of at least £399 – so if you’re a young’un (or have a young’un) hankering after one, you best get cracking!

To check out all Aprilia finance schemes, head right here www.apriliabikefinance.co.uk

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