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Richard Newland  says:

Three new incarnations of MV Agusta F4 for 2013

There will be three versions to choose from if you’re in the market for a new MV Agusta F4 in 2013: the base model, an R, and an RR. MV have stated their motivation for the new F4 as being to “make the F4 the most advanced hypersport bike on the market”. It probably doesn’t quite achieve that, with the...

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SHIVA_

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SHIVA_ says:

No ABS?

Why no ABS?  The most important feature on any motorcycle. Even the 'Busa got ABS this year.

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preunit

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preunit says:

MV Agusta

Italian for sexy.

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joshcherry93

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joshcherry93 says:

ABS

It will have ABS, all bikes made next year over 125cc have it as standard as far as I'm aware. new EU laws

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snev says:

Utter...

Porn. Disgusting.

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bbstrikesagain

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A race bike with lights and mirrors?

hang on, what mirrors..?

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SHIVA_

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SHIVA_ says:

Why diversify, when you should consolidate?

Why would a company that sells just a few bikes a year, want to offer 3 versions of the same bike? 

Note to MV: Try to lesson your offering, in another word consolidate.  If anyone wants to buy an MV, they'll most probably want the best package.  Offer only one of each, each with the best possible package and for once put some marketing money behind your company.  

Offer only one F4, one F3, one Brutale, one Rivale and then put some marketing and PR muscle behind them and try sell some bikes for a change.

Are you in this to make bikes or just to get some limited press?

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smilo996

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smilo996 says:

Shiva note to self. The way for them to make more profit is to sell more bikes not less. They tried that with the Pista and look what happened. What they need to do is add a 4th model. At 70% the price of the others, with lots of plastic and less than Rolls Royce components. Then they might actually sell some bikes, create so cash and make better bikes. I have a 312RR and though beautiful it is seriously flawed. The next model year was a little better but they have been making this bike since 1997. Add a sexy MV commuter / 500cc bike, go racing, get some decent race success, add a decent super motard....sound familiar...Aprilia....Ducati....Triumph. Wish em well but much more complexity does not bode well. Beutifult though.

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SHIVA_

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SHIVA_ says:

Naaa

Naaa, lower price is not the right direction.  Jaguar tried that and it didn't work in the 90s.  no one will buy an MV because it's cheap.  the same way that no one will buy a Lamborghini because they are cheap.  they are the hyper-premium if they lose that moniker, they might as well shut their door. 

bargain basement is not the solution.

 

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