Blueprint Aprilia Mojito MC125 (2008)

Aprilia Mojito MC125 (2008)


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The Aprilia Mojito MC125 (2008) is the perfect hybrid of style and performance. Upon first glance, one is sure to be captivated by the retro charm of the Mojito, with its ergonomic design that includes classic chrome accents, cool logoed graphics, and a round headlight with bullet-style LED turn indicators. Its comfortable ride and solid construction make it an ideal lightweight option for city streets or country roads, all while providing economical commuting and reliable fun. The engine powering the Mojito is a single cylinder, 4-valve, air-cooled, 2-stroke 124.8cc engine, producing 10.6HP and 9.5Nm torque. This is paired with a 6-speed transmission, allowing the rider to make the most of the smooth riding experience the Mojito provides. The suspension system is also worthy of note, with a 41mm telescopic fork at the front and twin shock absorbers in the rear both providing a decent level of suspension and smooth ride quality. On the safety front, the Aprilia Mojito MC125 (2008) comes with an integrated braking system, which provides optimum braking performance and superior control. Disc brakes are used on both wheels, making for fast and efficient stopping power when you need it. Finally, the Mojito also has attractive panniers for added storage and convenience, making it a great choice for any urban scooter rider.

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