Expected price:

13.00 Lakhs – 14.00 Lakhs

Expected Launch Date:  Sep 2017 – Dec 2017

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MV Agusta Brutale 675 Overview

Intalian Motorcylce manufacturer, MV is all set to launch its offerings in India and one of the first bikes about to enter into the Indian market will be MV Agusta Brutale 675. The bike is hugely popular in other parts of the world because of its phenomenal performance. The bike is all set to take on any competition in its class with an ultra-compact three cylinder engine along with counter rotating crankshaft that produces 115bhp of power at 12500rpm. The bike offers the latest and the best in electronic technology including MVICS that features four maps for excellent power in multiple riding situations.
MV Agusta Brutale 675 has a frame containing an amalgam of steel and aluminium components and hence offers high rigidity. It is the naked counterpart to the F3 sportsbike. The agile chassis of this motorcycle is very well complemented with a signature MV Augusta single-sided swingarm with Sachs rear shock along with 43mm inverted forks up front.
Engine and Performance:
MV Agusta Brutale 675 has been fitted with 675cc, three cylinder motor that is as powerful as the engine in the F3 sportsbike. It churns out 110hp of power at 12,500rpm and 48 foot-pounds of Torque at 12,000rpm. The bike is flickable and light enough to dart around the city traffic and despite its low seat and feel from the standard suspension, it offers am excellent ground clearance. It offers commendable performance for everyday commuting or weekday touring.
Pricing and Competition:
MV Agusta Brutale 675 comes at a price of around Rs 8 lakh to Rs. 9 lakh in India. It is cheaper than Yamaha R6 and Honda CBR600 and also offers a matchable performance. The bike will lure riders towards it for sure because this lovely looking machine has got what it takes to get the job done. Expect the bike to burn the roads by August 2014 in the current year.