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Andy Downes  says:

Staff bikes: MV Agusta Brutale 920 - the highest mileage 2011 model

MCN's 2011 Brutale is now the highest mileage specimen in the UK, and possibly the world, after clicking through 4000 miles and its first major service. The scheduled service was carried out at MV dealer Drayton Croft in Hinckley, Leicestershire, and cost £200. The work took two hours and saw the oil and filter changed, the bike given a check over...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (19 August 2011 16:35)

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Jul 10

Posts: 364

DoomedDog says:


£200!! Lets see if i've got this right, you paid £200 and the only things that were replaced/changed were the oil filter and oil and the only other thing they did was to basically look at the bike? No seriously, you paid £200 for an oil/filter change?!

RIP OFF springs to mind.

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Aug 07

Posts: 75

marty1035 says:


Clearly doomed dog will never own one. Nor should he be allowed to. Philistine!

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Aug 02

Posts: 3223

eatcs01 says:


It's a shame that bikes do very little mileage these days. ANY new bike should be easily capable of doing 100k.

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Feb 10

Posts: 159

ducatigav says:

£200 for a 4k services is a bit harsh i know my gsxr was £150 at the dealer but a extra £50 for been a mv seems a bit much but the price of bike bits comp to car bits is a bit much as well e.g set off brake discs for my car £30 for the bike £100 a disc think if the cost of biking drop a bit there be a lot more of us im not daft and know cars are a lot more mass produced but hows do a plastic fairing cost £300+ Right soap box away :)

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Apr 10

Posts: 17

thedogs3856 says:


Bought my 1090RR and picked it up Friday, and to be honest, have taken the plunge to own one and feel somewhat priviledge to be a part of a generally exclusive ownership group :smile 

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