Italian company Moto Guzzi has updated its popular V7 motorcycleFebruary 26, 2021
This company cannot boast of wide popularity, but it has a rich history, which it leads since 1921. Moto Guzzi celebrated its centenary with an updated version of its bestseller.
Moto Guzzi V7 has been updated to celebrate the brand’s centenary. Writes about this Road Show. The novelty got a more efficient power unit – it is a 65-horsepower air-cooled engine, which improved its output by 10 hp.
The indicator cannot be called a record – Moto Guzzi also had more “charged” bikes. Also, during the upgrade, the engineers modernized the propeller shaft, as well as modified the rear pendulum suspension. All this together with the new rear tire will help motorcyclists feel confident on the road. A forced motor can cause a stronger vibration, in order to somehow minimize this risk, they decided to put rubber footboards on the next generation V7.
The brakes were not changed, but the suspension was thoroughly modified. Already in the “base” the motorcycle gets a good list of equipment. And the presence of fuel in the tank (it holds 21 liters of fuel) is monitored by a virtual dashboard.
And if the power for the Moto Guzzi V7 is not the main thing, then the developers are very scrupulous about the appearance of the bike.
This design is so appreciated by the buyers of this model. The new generation V7 is equipped with a double seat and improved exhaust. The belonging of the motorcycle to the “festive” series is indicated by a special 2-color painting.
American bikers will be able to purchase the new product at a price of $ 8,990. The updated bike will be on sale at the end of next month.
Meanwhile, it became known that a new brand of motorcycles would appear on the European continent. The company KSR Group from Austria will take care of it, and the new brand will be named M. Note that such motorcycles will be very inexpensive.
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