I have a black 05 125cc model. Previously owned mainly large road bikes I am really impressed with the performance and cool styling of the Mojito. It's a very comfortable ride and doesn't lag performance with a pillion passenger. I have also ridden it on the highway and in the surrounding Adelaide, South Australia hillside. It's a bit more expensive than others out there but it's not an Asian built throwaway.
Style, performance, comfort, reliability
Great little Scooter, so much fun
Loved this scooter. You could certainly tell it was made by a company that produces Sports motorbikes. The handling is amazing, great suspension also and definately has those great Italian looks.
It was very reliable and never missed a beat
The only reason I sold it was because it was only 50cc and i needed more power.
They are expensive to buy, but as soon as you ride it, you can understand why, A classy machine. Just a shame Aprilia don't do a 250cc Mojito, instead only opting for a 50cc or 125cc
Very stylish, great handling and suspension. A great scooter
Expensive to buy
Awesome machine, but it is a real pity about the chrome not being solid enough to handle a coastal environment.
It is a peppy good looking ride, certainly cannot complain a bit about the performance and looks.
Well, we live near the ocean, and typical Italian chroming has become pitted and rusted. The luggage rack/bar is the worst, but even the chromed plastic has become pitted, and the headlamp is getting bad. I replaced the mirrors with aftermarket black powder coated ones. Not as cool as chrome, but does not rust up.
Aprilia Mojito 125
This scoot is basically style, and oh what style.
125cc is not going to get you a super fast ride, but it does not fall short by any means. Personally I am very new to motorcycling, but find its acceleration is appropriate for me to get away from ALL 4-wheeled motorised traffic.
Handling is good. The 12 inch front wheels help along in this department, so much so I tend to aim for potholes so as to get used to hitting something. All part of the training.
One thing I dont like about this scooter is the fact that almost all of the body panel...
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GREAT bike, great gas mileage, great looks. A+. But...there is a couple of design flaws. The low, smooth ride is beautiful. Aprilia should go back to the presses on this bike, as it's FAR superior to their Scarbero model.
I bought my '05 Mojito Brown/White bike brand new, and loved it so much, I bought another, black one. It rides GREAT and smooth. The styling is what grabbed my attention, and the handling is what kept me on it. And, the bike is sturdy enough to take a couple of spills. I was a new rider and dropped the damn thing a few...
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Hi. I have an Aprilia Habana Mojito 2007 50ccm 2T motorcycle. But It seems to me that it is not the 2007 model because of the handlebars. Even when I check with my chassis number it doesn't give me right parts or pictures of motorcycle like mine. My question is where can I find history of Mojito/Habana/Custom scooters? And can anyone tell me the differences? If there is anyone with who I can discuss a few things about this motorcycle please contact me on my email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank You! :)
Wondering whats the best aftermarket rear shock for my Mojito 150? Its bottoming out with two up.
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