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MV Agusta is almost ready to enter Indian market this November

MV Agusta is almost ready to enter Indian market this November

Snapshot: MV Agusta is known around the world for their ultra-premium motorcycles and soon MV Agusta’s entire range including the Brutale, Rivale, Turismo Veloce, F3 and the F4 will be launched here shortly.

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We informed you few months back that MV Agusta is looking forward to enter the Indian market with Kinetic. And now Kinetic has officially confirmed that they are bring the iconic Italian motorcycle brand to Indian shores this November. MV Agusta is known around the world for their ultra-premium motorcycles, and soon MV Agusta’s entire range including the Brutale, Rivale, Turismo Veloce F3 and the F4 will be launched here shortly.

Speaking about this venture, Mr Ajinkya Firodia, MD, Kinetic World said, "We are really excited to be bringing these extraordinary machines to India, for riders who demand the utmost performance from their bikes. MV Agusta sportsbikes and superbikes are packed with high-end technology and race-derived electronics, which come together to offer an unbeatable blend of power, performance and handling. The styling and the sheer riding dynamics of these machines underline MV Agusta's tagline – this indeed, is ‘Motorcycling Art’ as never seen before in our country."

With the line-up such as Stradale 800, Brutale 1090, the F3 675, the Rivale 800 and the Turismo Veloce800, MV will take the Indian superbike market by storm. MV’s line-up is expected to start at INR 12 lakh and may extend up to 40 lakh for its top offerings.  

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