2010 Aprilia Mana GT ABS Review

2010 Aprilia Mana GT ABS Review
2010 Aprilia Mana GT ABS Review

It’s a lovely creation from Aprilia and if you add the GT’s extra practicality it’s even better. There are better handling bikes out there and the Shiver 750 GT is one of them, but I’ve already made my mind up if the choice were between the two. The Mana is the Manna for me, but then again I get to have fun on other bikes all the time.
If you want to learn more about riding motorcycles then the Mana falls short. It’s lacking a gearbox and clutch and as such doesn’t teach you how to ride a conventional motorcycle. However, if you don’t care about that so much then the Mana GT is the most practical thing in the world. One thing to consider is that if you do get tired with the Mana after a while there’s nothing similar to upgrade to and you simply have to learn how to ride a regular motorcycle. That said, I believe there’s a definite market for this motorcycle and the biggest customer group should be current car drivers or scooter riders. For everyone else it’s something worth trying, but not necessarily the answer to your future two-wheeled cravings. 2010 Aprilia Mana GT ABS Review
For city usage the 76 horsepower 850cc V-twin responds immediately and with more than enough power to leave cars far behind. The Mana is a perfect city vehicle with motorbike performance and scooter twist and go properties. Life is busy in the city so if you can leave the gearing for the machine to worry about there’s one less thing to occupy your thoughts. Add the ABS brakes as well and you only concentrate on pointing the Mana where you want to go.
The Mana is the motorcycle world’s answer to the point and shoot digital camera. It’s just that easy. If you should ever run out of fuel (it’s not easy as the automatic mode is very fuel efficient) you can open the passenger seat and fill up the 4.4-gallon fuel tank.

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