2006 Aprilia ETV 1000

Motorcyclist Online helps you research the used 2006 Aprilia ETV 1000 before buying this Adventure bike. The 2006 ETV1000 is made in Italy. With front Dual Disc brakes that will securely stop this motorcycle on demand. It comes standard with ...     read more
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2006 Aprilia ETV1000

2006 Aprilia ETV 1000 Caponord

Intro

The Aprilia marque goes all the way back to the second world war and was originally built as a bicycle at a factory in Italy. It stayed that way until 1968, when the son of the original owner decided to copy the success of Piaggio and turned the small factory into a moped production. From there, they built scooters until 1970 and finally entered into the off-road market with their Scarabeo models. They have done exceptionally well in the enduro and off-road race platforms (thus selling lots of bikes to the off-roading public.) In 2004, the company was purchased by Piaggio, where they are part of a company which is number four in worldwide motorcycle sales

According to Aprilia the ETV 1000 is a touring bike, ask anyone who owns one and they'll tell you differently. Look for this bike on road, off-road and everywhere in between. It has all the makings of a touring bike; comfortable seating, a windshield, perfectly placed handlebars, handguards, faring, lockable and underseat storage and a rear rack. It also has optional storage in the form of aluminum panniers and top box. It has digital instruments; a speedometer, with trip and a tachometer, a fuel gauge with a low level warning light.

Everything a rider could ask for in touring, correct? Now, let's talk about that off-road. The front forks are adjustable Marzocchi telescoping; the rear is a Sachs Boge aluminum twin-sided swing arm. The 996cc engine is a fuel injected twin, bringing in almost 87 horsepower. With 9.49 inches of ground clearance, it was made for getting off the pavement. The plastic body parts cover a 90.2 inch, aluminum and steel frame. All that power is brought to a halt by the Brembo brakes, front and rear.

With a smooth acceleration in all gears, owners like almost everything about this bike. It has a reputation for having electrical problems, but they're usually an easy fix. Aprilia enjoys a great standing in off-road racing and this bike does everything to add to it.

New For 2006
  • Carryover from last year's model.

2006 Aprilia ETV 1000 Specs

  • Model: ETV 1000
  • Engine Type: 99.6 ci V-Twin
  • Bore and Stroke: 3.82 and 2.66
  • Compression ratio: 10.4:1
  • Valve Train: 4-Stroke
  • Induction: 4-stroke
  • Ignition: Electronic
  • Transmission: six-speed
  • Final Drive: Chain
  • Fuel Capacity: 6.6 Gallons
  • Estimated Fuel Economy: 48 PMG Combined
  • Brakes (Front): Brembo Dual Disc 11.8
  • Brakes (Rear): 10.7 Disc
  • Suspension (Front): Adjustable Telescopic Fork
  • Suspension (Rear): Sachs BogeTwin Sided Swing Arm
  • Wheelbase: 60.8
  • Rake: 27.9 Degrees
  • Trail: 5.1 Inches
  • Seat Height: 32.3
  • Curb Weight: 518 pounds
  • Tires (Front): Pirelli 110/80 ZR19
  • Tires (Rear): Pirelli 150/70 ZR17

Accessories

  • Aluminum Panniers
  • Aluminum Top Case
  • Black
  • Center Stand
  • EVT CAPONORD Panniers
  • X-Box Top Box

Key Competitors For The 2006 Aprilia ETV 1000

  • BMW R1150GS
  • Suzuki's V-Strom
  • Kawasaki ZX10R 1000cc

Available ETV 1000 Sub Models

2006 Aprilia ETV 1000 Caponord Buyer's Guide 2006 Aprilia ETV 1000 Caponord
Bodystyle:
On-Off Road
HP/Torque:
98 / 71.5
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