Aprilia’s SR125 scooter is an exact replica of its 150cc sibling, other than its ‘SR125’ sticker. The SR125 shares its engine with the Vespa LX125 producing 9.5bhp of maximum power and 8.2Nm of torque transferring power to the rear wheel via a CVT gearbox. The identical looks to the SR150 mean you get all the good and bad of its bigger sibling: the great twin-pod headlight and the 14-inch rims, and also the downmarket analogue instrument cluster which the SR150 is moving on from. The launch colour is blue but we expect more colours to join the lineup at some point. Like the SR150, the SR125 is built on a tubular steel frame. A telescopic fork at the front and a single coil spring at the rear make up for suspension duties while braking is done by a 220mm disc at the front and a 140mm drum at the rear. CBS is now an option worth Rs 2500 but will become standard by the time the new financial year rolls around. It retains the wide, sporty tyres of the SR150.