While this won’t affect our U.S. readers, we thought you might like to see how interested MV Agusta is in capturing the affection of newer riders as they climb their way through the licensing tiers.
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BRUTALE 800 and F3 675 35kW
Varese (Italy), 9th January 2019 – All the excitement of riding an MV Agusta, with an A2-category licence. Now it’s possible. The Italian manufacturer has type-approved two of its leading models in the 35kW category, giving younger and less-experienced motorcyclists the opportunity to experience an MV Agusta.
The models in question are the Brutale 800 and the F3 675, naked and supersport, offering A2- category licence holders a choice of different, yet equally striking, interpretations of the MV Agusta spirit. The Brutale 800 naked stands out for its precise handling, easy ride, low weight and undeniable attention to detail. Meanwhile, the F3 675 supersport, born for the track, boasts class leading performance that translate into an unforgettable riding experience on the road or on the circuit.
The two models can pass from 35kW to 70kW and vice versa, guaranteeing maximum versatility and alignment with the owner’s licence category.
The 35kW models are available in the new colour combinations:
Brutale 800: intense sky blue/night grey, fire red/night grey and ice grey/aviation grey
F3 675: Agostini red/Agostini silver and intense sky blue/night grey
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