2014 MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 First Look — Motorcycle USA

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MV Agusta 350 GT

2014 MV Agusta Turismo 800 First Look

’14 MV Turismo Veloce 800 Specs

Liquid-cooled 798cc Inline 12-valves Bore and Stroke: x 54.3mm

Compression Ratio:

Fuel Delivery: MVICS injectors

Clutch: Wet multi-plate; actuation

Transmission: Six-speed

Drive: Chain 19/36


Front Suspension: inverted fork; three-way for spring preload, compression and damping

Rear Suspension: shock absorber; three-way for spring preload, compression and damping

Front Brakes: discs with radial-mount monobloc calipers

Rear Brake: 220mm with double-piston caliper

Dry 427.7 lbs. (claimed)

55.8 in.

Trail: 4.25 in.

Height: 34.23 in.

Fuel 5.3 gal.

MV Agusta 350 GT

Warranty: Two year

MV targets a new motorcycling segment the release of its new sport-touring platform. The Veloce 800 is positioned as the base while the Turismo Veloce 800 is the more premium offering with added electronic including electronically-adjustable suspension, and cruise control, as well as a

Both motorcycles are powered by water-cooled 798cc Inline longer … derivative of its fuel-injected 675cc engine as in the F3 Supersport platform. Engine is shifted through a six-speed augmented by a manual, cable-actuated (without slipper/back torque A chain final drive power back through a swingarm to the beautifully sculpted wide aluminum wheel.

The is mounted within MV’s frame which uses a arrangement of steel tubes to aluminum side plates the swingarm attaches. The motorcycle with a pair of hard that MV claims can accommodate 16 gallons of cargo. Other touring features include a heated hand grips, a GPS can be manipulated through a five-inch instrument display, as well as connectivity.

However, there is no word if the is fitted with speakers for or turn-by-turn voice directions. capacity is rated at 5.3 gallons.

MV has big advances in the engine management and the Turismo will make use of engine power modes integrated traction control): Touring, Rain, and Custom. setting adjusts engine throttle response, and wheel settings to make the motorcycle to ride based on road

Furthermore the rider can fine the engine’s various running including power output, rev throttle response, engine engine response, and traction with the Custom setting. The of the menu system has always a sore point in MotoUSA’s tests, so it’ll be interesting to see if MV was to improve it.

The standard model make use of a manually-adjusted Marzocchi and Sachs shock while the package substitutes the components for a set of pieces from Sachs. adjustments, however, will be made manually, though the offers the convenience of an easy to knob-style remote adjuster.

Both models will a set of monobloc-style Brembo calipers clamp down on twin cross-drilled discs up front. A twin-piston caliper and 220mm keeps rear wheel in check. The front and rear are operated independently through brake lines and a Bosch-sourced ABS with anti-rear wheel

No word on pricing or when we can to see the Turismo on U.S. roads.

MV Agusta 350 GT
MV Agusta 350 GT
MV Agusta 350 GT
MV Agusta 350 GT


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