When Aprilia launched the SR 150 in 2016, it made the enthusiasts and the industry sit up and take notice. In a market where scooters are considered as nothing but a frugal means to get from point A to point B, Aprilia dared to tread into unchartered territory. In many ways, the Aprilia SR150 is the antithesis to the relaxed and practical Indian scooter. Its powerful motor, involving handling, and inherent sporty character has seen it being lapped up by enthusiasts. Cut to 2020, and the BS6 regulations have resulted in the SR getting a slightly bigger, more powerful engine. But has the quest for cleaner emissions dulled the fun factor it is known for? Let’s find out.