Written on: 16/05/2009
brought the Aprilia Habana 125 bike yesterday for £325, i think ive got a bargin, 125 cc haban custom. needs a few tweeks, new rear brake cable, but ive had a little go on it today and woowee it a good bike.... recommend this to anybody. (read more)
Written on: 11/09/2008 by HICO
My Aprilia habana 125 Retro is easy to handle and easy to use. Very reliable and is great for commuting. It is now 5 years old and has 9800 miles on the clock, the exhaust is still in good shape with visual exterior rust, but still solid. Overal exelent bike with good exeleration for a scooter and exelent handling. (read more)
Written on: 07/08/2008 by EastEndofLondon (1 review written)
I've ridden motorbikes for years until recently I bought a flat so needed to sell my pride and joy (Honda CBR 600). I decided that my commute was only 7 miles and I was limited to 40mph on local roads so went for the scooter option. I have no complaints at all about the Aprilia Habana. I have ridden to Stansted airport from London and top speed was about 75-80mph on a long downhill. It felt stable enough on the motorway but i wouldnt do it every day as you need to keep the speed up around 80... (read more)
Written on: 25/06/2008
I have owned 4 and have been pleased with all of them. (read more)
Written on: 21/05/2008 by mores (1 review written)
I bought my Aprilia Habana because of it's prominent rear end. No kidding!
It has the ideal proportions for me, it's a classic, retro style scooter with enough power to ride smoothly.
I love it dearly and even after 7 years I couldn't say there's another scooter I'd prefer. (read more)
Written on: 29/01/2008 by jarlath
The Aprilia Habana is the most stylish bike in Belfast. I bought mine beginning of last summer and I use it daily. And in Ireland, that is some feat. I have just came back fom a trip from Slovakia to Belfast via Dublin. Not a problem. It took me and two very full saddle bags, bit of a wide vehicle. Only problem was my back. Parts wise, just get on the web and don't be in too much of a rush. (read more)
Written on: 11/04/2007 by timbo247
Firstly the bike is called a Mojito in Australia, I'm not sure if this is the same everywhere now. Also I'll point out that I've got the 150cc model not the 125 or 50. I don't think the 150 is available new and the last one's produced were 2005. This is my first scooter but having tested out a few others this is one of the only one's that gives me sufficient leg room. The Vespa's have got the name but that's about it in comparison - every time I turned the handlebars they'd hit my... (read more)
Written on: 15/03/2007 by robthebiker (4 reviews written)
I bought the Aprilia Habana 125 last week and its the best bike I've ever had, very fast and sounds and looks very cool, people have been saying that the speedo cable keeps snapping because its too tight, but this can be easily slackened off by breaking the seals on that stupidly placed rubber stopper halfway down the cable by sliding a flat head screwdriver under it, then sliding the stopper down. Problem solved. This bike is very fast I have reached 70mph in about 7 seconds! It starts... (read more)
Written on: 05/03/2007 by Richard1966 (1 review written)
This is the first scooter I have ever had, and I love it. Has got class and a little different than most modern scooters. I love it. (read more)
Written on: 23/01/2007 by Emmet25 (1 review written)
This Aprilia Habana 125 is my first scooter - I wanted something different from all those chavy scooters and this is definitely it. I don't work for Aprilia by the way (lol) I just really enjoy this wee bike. If you wanna know anything else feel free to leave me a comment. (read more)
Written on: 04/01/2006 by tinalove (1 review written)
The Aprilia Habana 125 is my main set of wheels and I've used it for journeys of between 2 and 30 miles. It serves me very well and has never broken down.
My only real problem has been with the speedo cable, which snapped after I 'd had the bike for about a year and a half.
It's quite nippy and can cruise at 65 - 70 mph, essential for riding on A roads. I find the handling easy. (read more)
Written on: 31/01/2005 by phoenix 59 (1 review written)
If image is of importance , this Aprilia Habana 125 scooter has it, also ride comfort, except in a stong headwind or sidewind due to the Cruiser riding position. Performance is pretty good, and I can maintain 70mph at a stretch, a very comfortable scooter to ride, however the handling takes some getting used to, again due to the ride position and wide handlebars, especially cornering. The black and chrome model is the best looker I believe, service costs are high, and the first thing to go... (read more)
Written on: 23/06/2004 by stutan (1 review written)
I returned to 2 wheels just over 2 years ago, but our scoot (aprillia Habana 125) is really for my wife, but between us we've put 4,450km on the scoot, and we love it. It's never let us down, even when you stop at the traffic lights you can sense someone is looking at you, and when you turn and look around, other motorist and their passengers are quite possitively talking, pointing at the scoot, makes you wonder if they are about to go home and find out where their local scoot shop is....to... (read more)