2010 MV Agusta F4 Review — Pictures and Riding Impressions of the 2010…

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MV Agusta F4 1000 S
MV Agusta F4 1000 S

The Bottom Line


a delicate balance between and usability

More aggressive makes it a real world contender

Sweet sounds and looks lend it a Ferrari-like


Still pricier Japanese competition, despite a MSRP

Pending sale of MV leaves the company’s future in

Parts availability not as abundant as mainstream offerings


radial-valve inline-4 produces 186 at 13,500 rpm, 84 lb-ft of at 9,500 rpm

Engine incorporates variable intake ducts, 8-mode Marelli traction control

cassette-style gearbox with clutch

Four-into-one exhaust electronic valve

50mm forks with preload and adjustability

Sachs progressive monoshock with rebound, and preload adjustability

Seat 33.84 inches, Fuel 4.49 gallons

Dual 320mm disc Brembo brakes, single 210mm rear brake

MV Agusta F4 1000 S

Dry weight: 423 lbs


Guide Review 2010 MV Agusta F4 Review

What a difference two years

Shortly after Harley-Davidson’s MV purchase became official on I deemed MV’s $28,000 F4 not quite ready for primetime. forward to 2010, and Harley has put the sportbike brand on the block divesting itself of their sportbike interest, Buell. Yet on my time aboard their new F4, you’d be hard pressed to the marque is getting dumped: redesigned superbike is surprisingly

The F4’s re-worked 998cc features improved variable intake ducts, less mass, better cooling, and a crankshaft for greater smoothness. The has been moved forward for balanced weight distribution, and on a note, the mill’s cylinder are a fiery red (which become when the side panels are using 7 Dzus fasteners.) One of the only aesthetic shortcomings are its off exhaust tips. which are less … than the round organ pipes on the F4.

The bike’s overall proportions are with slightly taller and handlebars for enhanced control. the torsionally stiffer F4 also 22 pounds. Though its dry weight of 423 is nothing to write home riding the F4 through the Angeles Forest proves that sheets can’t convey how and chassis tuning can yield speed.

From its haunting exhaust and deep power reserves to its ride and reassuringly stable the F4’s on-road behavior a finely modulated balance outrageous velocity and manageability. not entirely as flickable as, say, Streetfighter. the F4’s behavior in yields progressive leans and tracking.

Traction control virtually imperceptibly, and the bike’s to … twisty roads more shenanigans than red-blooded riders can resist. The brakes are also appropriately should you want to scale all that velocity.

Rich in soul and steeped in history. the 2010 MV Agusta F4 is a that— unlike its pricier has the goods to fulfill a passionate, relationship. Too bad the brand is on such footing; if the new F4 is any indication, MV Agusta is now than ever poised to on Italian stalwarts like and Aprilia, not to mention the rest of the superbike community.

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