Milan Show: Moto Guzzi V7 Classic launched
Based on Moto Guzzi's Breva 750, the new V7 Classic should offer an easy ride for inexperienced Guzzi fans, with only 50bhp from the 750cc air-cooled twin. via Motorcycle News
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#1 Mar 23, 2008
I'd buy that V7 Classic in a heartbeat IF it was coming to the US at the same price point as their existing 750s.
From what I can tell, they ALL use the same engine.
A US website indicates that Piaggio (owners of MG)
want to offer it at $10,900 USD! That's pretty pricey for a 48hp engine.
Wake up, Piaggio! Make it the same price point as
the Triumph Bonneville or Bonneville T100 and I
will sell my FJR1300A to buy one of these, but $11,000 for a 48hp motor? I don't think so, and it makes me sad because I really had my heart set on one of these. I WOULD pay between $8,200 and
$8,500 for one, and I'd be first in line.
There are so many people that want one of these V7 Classics in the US that it would probably be one of your best sellers. Oh, well, I still have my lovely FJR, and there's always Triumph (or Ducati, or maybe even Honda, with their CB100F).
(Can you tell I love that retro look on the V7 Classic? What a beautifully-designed bike, imho!)
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