The third of Aprilia’s 660cc parallel-twin lineup, the Tuareg 660 is the Italian brand’s middleweight ADV option, and it promises to be a potent offering for off-road riders.
The 80hp machines packs a plethora of features for its $12,000 price tag, including fully adjustable suspension, a robust electronics package, and a 21″ front hoop. At 449 lbs at the curb, the Aprilia Tuareg 660 is a pretty svelte option as well.
To see if Aprilia has found the perfect balance of price and features, our press launch sees us riding on the Sardinian roads, as well as some of the off-piste action that the island has to offer.
Per our new review format, I will be giving you a live assessment of the new Aprilia Tuareg 660 right here in this article (down in the comments section), and I will try to answer any questions you might have about this exciting motorcycle.
Here is your chance to learn what it’s like to ride the Aprilia Tuareg 660, before even our own proper review is posted. As always, if I don’t know an answer, I will try to get a response from the Aprilia personnel. So, pepper away.
Spec-Sheet Comparison of Relevant Models to the Aprilia Tuareg 660:
|Aprilia Tuareg 660||Yamaha Ténéré 700||KTM 890 Adventure||Suzuki V-Strom 650XT|
|Power||80 hp||72 hp||103 hp||70 hp|
|Torque||52 lbs•ft||50 lbs•ft||73 lbs•ft||46 lbs•ft|
|Weight||449 lbs (wet)||452 lbs (wet)||464 lbs (wet)||476 lbs (wet)|
|Engine||660cc / Parallel-Twin||689cc / Parallel-Twin||889cc / Parallel-Twin||645cc / V-Twin|