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Poll: Would you buy an MV Agusta?

Next week's MCN (out July 11) features the world first ride of MV's new Brutale 675. It's a three-cylinder, 120bhp naked bike that's pitched at Triumph's Street Triple R. Price is expected to by under £8000, making it the most accessible new MV for decades. But, assuming it's a great bike at a reasonable price, would you buy one? Or are...

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pottersbar

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pottersbar says:

Would I buy an MV, yes and I have, the new F3. With the fuel mapping problem resolved I have now covered 1000 miles in the last month. Compared with my previous bike, 2010 675 Daytona, the road holding, brakes and acceleration is superior, gear change as good and of course style is on a different level. Downside, mirrors are poor, high fuel consumption, necessary to travel 70 miles to a first class dealer, instead of 30 miles to the Triumph dealer, also first class. Yes I have read all the comments about reliability but only time will tell on that issue. But at the moment when I return from a ride, I have a big smile on my face.

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parris

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parris says:

no

no

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parris

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parris says:

no

no

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parris

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parris says:

no

no

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pottersbar

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pottersbar says:

Parris

Can you be more specific!!!!!

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Jackspratt

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Jackspratt says:

No

Too small, too Italian, too costly. MCN test said the Street Triple R was a better bike for a daily rider.

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brutale r

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brutale r says:

same old

SHIT BEING SPOKEN

bagging off how many are speaking from first hand expive had 1 for 7 yrs no more or less reliable than any other bike  

 

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pottersbar

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pottersbar says:

Could not agree more, postings such as that by Parris who has probably never owned one and rely on comments in magazines. If that is the case, he should take a look at today's MCN report on the Brutale, he might then change his mind and try one and give a more constructive view

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sprintst955

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sprintst955 says:

really

i wonder how many who voted that they would buy an mv actually will ? i suspect a lot of voters were drooling schoolboys.if mv dont sell loads of these they will go bust.again...

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ChristianGuillaume

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I'm a man of affordable perfumes and cheap bikes, so yes, I would. I'm not a big fan of MV's, but it doesn't hurt to have one, just in case. It may not be the toughest, but if it works, it's fine by me.

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