*Ex-Showroom price:

26.12 Lakhs*
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It's the price of the bike exclusive of duties, taxes, depot charges, and insurance. To get on-road price, click on 'get onroad price' button below
Colors
Red/Silver/Matt Black White Ice Pearl/Matt Black

Key features

  • Engine: 998 Cc
  • Mileage: 15 Kmpl
  • Power: 195
  • Weight: 191 Kg
MV Agusta F4 Price in India
 

MV Agusta F4 Price in India

  • Pros

    • Ballistic Performance
    • Mesmerising Design
    • Exhaust Note
    • Race Derived Electronics
  • Cons

    • Not For Amateurs
    • Expensive To Maintain
MV Agusta F4 Competitors

MV Agusta F4 Competitors

Features
Engine
Mileage
Power
MV Agusta F4
MV Agusta F4
26.12 Lakhs
Get on Road Price
998 Cc
15 Kmpl
195 Bhp
CBR 1000RR Fireblade
Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade
17.87 Lakhs – 21.71 Lakhs
MV Agusta F4 vs Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade
999 Cc
22 Kmpl
189 Bhp
Hayabusa
Suzuki Hayabusa
13.88 Lakhs – 16.20 Lakhs
MV Agusta F4 vs Suzuki Hayabusa
1340 Cc
18 Kmpl
194 Bhp
RSV4
Aprilia RSV4
21.30 Lakhs – 26.06 Lakhs
MV Agusta F4 vs Aprilia RSV4
999 Cc
8 - 12 Kmpl
180 - 183.2 Bhp
S 1000 RR
BMW S 1000 RR
19.18 Lakhs
MV Agusta F4 vs BMW S 1000 RR
999 Cc
17 Kmpl
195.7 Bhp
* Showing information of base variants

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MV Agusta F4 Overview

A Joint Venture between the Italian bike manufacturing unit, MV Agusta and its Indian partner, Kinetic Engineering Group has brought to India one of the most powerful superbikes the world has ever seen, the MV Agusta F4. This 1000cc bike comes in a Completely Built Unit form riding on a 998cc 4 cylinder petrol engine yielding high power and torque outputs to the tune of 192.4bhp and 111Nm, respectively. The chassis comprises of a Chromium Molybdenum alloy steel tubular trellis frame affixed to an aluminium swingarm. The design of this superbike is not much different from the original model, F4 1000 crafted by the Italian master designer, Massimo Tamburini, for it carries a sleek diamond shaped headlight (with a projector lamp at the middle and white LED lights forming the circumference) nestled between two light nodes and a visor. The aerodynamic carbon fibre fairings look menacing and house the electronic instrument console at its back displaying readings such as speed limiter, riding mode, fuel reading, throttle sensitivity and a slew of other functions. The single cushy riding position is suitably inclined for better grip, and finds a 17 litres chiselled fuel tank in front and a pointed tail at rear with a four tier exhaust system just beneath it. The 17 inches wheels at the front and back carry Brembo disc brakes, a robust suspension system and an ABS system to boot. The superbike can be termed as a fly by wire machine as it has been bestowed with advanced electronics, an 8 speed ABS, a traction control system, a clutch less gear changing mechanism, and a rear wheel lift control among others.

MV Agusta F4 Engine & Transmission

MV Agusta F4 derives a mammoth 192.4bhp at revs of 13400rpm of power and 111Nm at 9600rpm of peak torque from a 998cc 4 cylinder 16 valve DOHC based petrol engine. The powerful engine combines functions such as advanced injection system made of Magneti Marelli fuel injectors and eight units of traction control. The engine is further mated to a 6 speed constant mesh transmission system, defined as cassette type that transfers torque to the rear wheel.

MV Agusta F4 Mileage

This yet to be launched bike’s mileage is not known as of yet. But as this is a sports bike with a high power output, the mileage would be on the lower side.

MV Agusta F4 Performance and Handling

MV Agusta F4 can reach a top speed of 297kmph and owing to its fly by wire control systems, is not much of a challenge to ride. The 17 inches alloy wheels are studded with powerful disc brakes – 320mm disc brakes with Brembo four piston callipers at the front and a 210mm single disc brake with Nissin four piston callipers at the rear. The bumps on the way can be easily tackled by its robust Ohlins suspension system and a skid control function like Bosch 9 ABS unit. Besides, there is a rear wheel lift mitigation that comes into play when sudden brakes are applied.