The MV Agusta F3 800 is here

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The MV Agusta F3 800 is here

After a of teasers and speculations abound, the Italian has finally been Say hello to the new MV Agusta F3 800, to combine “the exhilaration of a Superbike with the handling of a Supersport; the torque of a V-twin the rev limit of a four-cylinder…” Now that like a certain delight…read on!

The new cylinder motor sees an … from 45.9mm on the 675 to (the bore remaining the concluding an increased cubic of 798cc. Weighing nearly the as the MV Agusta F3 675 at 173 kgs dry due to common sharing of the F3 800 cranks out a meaty 148 bhp of power @ rpm and 88 nm of torque @ 10,600 rpm. to an improved low and mid

range grunt, MV Agusta has taller final gear aids the F3 800 to hit a claimed speed of 269 kph mph).

The engine uses a counter-rotating to keep vibes at bay and weighs 52kgs. The F3 800 gets new set of fuel contributing to the bump in horsepower. control and full ride by technology form part of the package. MV says “There are in no mechanical constraints between and butterfly: the injection mapping and are what defines the optimum mix to give the best performance at all and under all load conditions.”

The rider can choose and customize four different set of engine maps (three preset and one eight levels of traction available for choice at the flick of a Also of offer are four control settings and Electronically Shift (EAS) system aids quick gearshifts going off the throttle or using the And yes, it comes with a clutch too.


The F3 800 rides on a fully adjustable compression, rebound) 43mm forks with a fully Sach’s nitrogen piggyback at the rear. The 17″ cast aluminium flaunt a set of Pirelli Diablo Corsa radials (120/70-17 and 180/55-17 rear). Stopping is provided by new set of twin 320mm M4.34 Monobloc brakes at the and a single 220mm at the rear.

Available in three-color combinations- metallic black, Pearl and red/silver, the new MV Agusta F3 800 would be at €13,990 ($18,280). Not necessarily but the power to weight ratio of class superbikes (almost) and revered “Made in Italy” it’s definitely worth it.

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