UPCOMING

Expected Launch Date:  Jan 1970 – Jan 1970

Moto Guzzi V7 Racer

Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Overview

Moto Guzzi is the longest lasting manufacturers of Italy that first began building bikes in the year 1921. The company is known for its reliable single cylinder bikes and Moto Guzzi Moto Guzzi is the longest lasting manufacturers of Italy that first began building bikes inthe year 1921. The company is known for its reliable single cylinder bikes and Moto Guzzi V7 Racer is the latest offering by the company. The bike pays homage to the extraordinary racing career flaunted by the V7 Sport. Its offers a powerful and highly fuel efficient 744cc engine and offers sharp handling for a fabulous riding experience. Design: Moto Guzzi V7 Racer offers a classic style of the legendary Moto Guzzi marquee in a perfectly balanced amalgam of technology and craftsmanship. It has an eye-catching exterior that spells elegance and class. The saddle of the motorcycle has been upholstered in alcantara and leatherette. It has blackened side panels, mirrors and support bracket of the silencers and rims. The chassis of the bike is less sparkling than what you get on V7 Special. The bike is 86 inch long, 31.5 inch wide and has a wheel base of 57 inches. The seat height of 30.7 inches is just in line with the class average and hence the bike can accommodate a variety of rider heights. Engine and performance: The bike features a completely re-engineered engine that still is based on the Moto Guzzi V50 that was a huge success among rider back in 1977. It has a more powerful 744cc, 90 degree V-Twin motor that produces a power of 50BHP at 6200rpm and 60Nm at 5000rpm of torque. It offers a good compression ratio of 10.2:1 , that is slightly higher than the average of all 2013 classic bikes. This higher compression ration makes the engine more fuel efficient and a great performer. The bike is easy to handle and its more upright stance enhances the riding pleasure. Pricing and Competition: The price of the car in India will be Rs. 15.2 lakh. Moto Guzzi does not share the popularity that Trimuph or Harley Davidson entered the Indian market with. It will have to build a strong image to beat the competition posed by bikes like Kawasaki ZX10R, Suzuki Hayabusa ABS, AND Kawasaki ZX14R.Moto Guzzi is the longest lasting manufacturers of Italy that first began building bikes in the year 1921. The company is known for its reliable single cylinder bikes and Moto Guzzi 7 Racer is the latest offering by the company. The bike pays homage to the extraordinary racing career flaunted by the V7 Sport. Its offers a powerful and highly fuel efficient 744cc engine and offers sharp handling for a fabulous riding experience. Design: Moto Guzzi V7 Racer offers a classic style of the legendary Moto Guzzi marquee in a perfectly balanced amalgam of technology and craftsmanship. It has an eye-catching exterior that spells elegance and class. The saddle of the motorcycle has been upholstered in alcantara and leatherette. It has blackened side panels, mirrors and support bracket of the silencers and rims. The chassis of the bike is less sparkling than what you get on V7 Special. The bike is 86 inch long, 31.5 inch wide and has a wheel base of 57 inches. The seat height of 30.7 inches is just in line with the class average and hence the bike can accommodate a variety of rider heights. Engine and performance: The bike features a completely re-engineered engine that still is based on the Moto Guzzi 50 that was a huge success among rider back in 1977. It has a more powerful 744cc, 90 degree V-Twin motor that produces a power of 50BHP at 6200rpm and 60Nm at 5000rpm of torque. It offers a good compression ratio of 10.2:1 , that is slightly higher than the average of all 2013 classic bikes. This higher compression ration makes the engine more fuel efficient and a great performer. The bike is easy to handle and its more upright stance enhances the riding pleasure. Pricing and Competition: The price of the car in India will be Rs. 15.2 lakh. Moto Guzzi does not share the popularity that Trimuph or Harley Davidson entered the Indian market with. It will have to build a strong image to beat the competition posed by bikes like Kawasaki ZX10R, Suzuki Hayabusa ABS, AND Kawasaki ZX14R.V7 Racer is the latest offering by the company. The bike pays homage to the extraordinary racing career flaunted by the V7 Sport. Its offers a powerful and highly fuel efficient 744cc engine and offers sharp handling for a fabulous riding experience.Design: Moto Guzzi V7 Racer offers a classic style of the legendary Moto Guzzi marquee in a perfectly balanced amalgam of technology and craftsmanship. It has an eye-catching exterior that spells elegance and class. The saddle of the motorcycle has been upholstered in alcantara and leatherette. It has blackened side panels, mirrors and support bracket of the silencers and ims. The chassis of the bike is less sparkling than what you get on V7 Special. The bike is 86 inch long, 31.5 inch wide and has a wheel base of 57 inches. The seat height of 30.7 inches is just in line with the class average and hence the bike can accommodate a variety of rider heights. Engine and performance: The bike features a completely re-engineered engine that still is based on the Moto Guzzi V50 that was a huge success among rider back in 1977. It has a more powerful 744cc, 90 degree V-Twin motor that produces a power of 50BHP at 6200rpm and 60Nm at 5000rpm of torque. It offers a good compression ratio of 10.2:1 , that is slightly higher than the average of all 2013 classic bikes. This higher compression ration makes the engine more fuel efficientand a great performer. The bike is easy to handle and its more upright stance enhances the riding pleasure. Pricing and Competition: The price of the car in India will be Rs. 15.2 lakh. Moto Guzzi does not share the popularity that Trimuph or Harley Davidson entered the Indian market with. It will have to build a strong image to beat the competition posed by bikes like Kawasaki ZX10R, Suzuki Hayabusa ABS, AND Kawasaki ZX14R.

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