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Aprilia NA 850 Mana

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Aprilia NA 850 Mana

The Aprilia Mana 850 is a naked bike manufactured by Italian motorcycle manufacturer Aprilia. The motorcycle incorporates a 839 cc 90° V-twin engine and an automatic transmission (CVT).

The automatic transmission has three mode settings: Sport, Touring, and Rain. Sport mode provides maximum power, engine braking, and torque; Touring mode scales back the responsiveness and improves fuel savings; Rain mode reduces torque by 25%. The transmission can also be set to Manual (gearbox) and shifted using the standard foot-shift or paddle-shifters mounted on the left grip. The instrument panel includes a gear indicator. The Mana 850 is also available as a partially faired option known as the Mana 850 GT.

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