Aprilia Australia has announced a $500 price rise on the new Tuono and RSV4 models arriving in showrooms at the end of June.
The new prices are: Tuono RR $22,490, Tuono Factory $25,490, RSV4 RR $24,990 and the RF Superpole $30,790.
For 2017, the Tuono V4 1100 RR and Tuono V4 1100 Factory have a lot of electronic updates.
They include traction control and wheelie control now allowing adjustments without having to close the throttle, the quick shifter now allows downshifts, a pit lane speed limiter and cruise control.
They also now come with Bosch cornering ABS measuring lateral acceleration, brake pressure, lean, pitch and yaw angles and works with Aprilia’s system for preventing rear wheel lift under hard braking.
They feature a new colour TFT instrument display panel, and optional Apriia V4-MP smartphone datalogging system to allow riders to make voice commands and receive/make calls.
The Euro 4 engine has lighter pistons and honed conrod heads, a new exhaust system and new ECU to manage the 500rpm increase in revs.
Aprilia says the gearbox has a new linear sensor to make it more precise and the brakes now have Brembo M50 calipers, larger 330mm discs and a radial master cylinder.
The Tuono V4 1100 Factory gets a lighter Ohlins NIX rear shock.
The RSV4 superbike also features new Ohlins NIX forks and TTX shock, a new braking system and updated electronics.
Aprilia Performance Ride Control is now more accurate, the ride-by-wire throttle system s refined and 590g lighter, and, like the Tuono, traction and wheelie control are now adjustable while riding and the quick shifter allows downshifts.
The ALC (Aprilia Launch Control) has also been refined and both the RR and RF come with cornering ABS as standard and a colour TFT instrument display and the new datalogging system with corner-by-corner calibration.
The engine has also been updated for Euro 4 with a new exhaust, new ECU, lighter pistons and honed conrod heads and 300rpm increase.
Brake discs are now 5mm thick and 330mm in diameter with Brembo M50 monobloc callipers.
The RR comes in matt gray and matt black while the RF has different graphics.