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Would you buy an MV Agusta F3 800?

MV have released their new F3 800, billed as the ultimate road bike, combining the light weight and handling of a supersport bike, with the extra oomph of a superbike. But would you buy one?

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

I'd have said no

But I hear that Justin Bieber has ditched his Ducati for an MV Agusta, so I'm going to scweam and scweam until daddy buys me one.

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ducatigav

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ducatigav says:

gsxr800 or a R8 now that be worth buying

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Diablere

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Diablere says:

MV Augusta

the problem is its tooooo pretty.And screams spoilt rich kid.

which isn't my thing.

but the concept has interested me, will certainly go and have a go on one, but if the tales of MV's fueling and electronic GLitchs are true then it won't knock the 675R off the top of the shopping list!

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jeffpatrick

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jeffpatrick says:

Looks stunning, but at 11 - 12K with no ABS and a sketchy dealer network, it would have to be considerably better than the 675r for me.

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slickhillsy

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slickhillsy says:

ABS

On a sports bike - dont be a big girls blowse!

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slickhillsy

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slickhillsy says:

Spolit rich kid...

Ahhhh ok - so by your comment I deduce you can't rub two pennies together so can't get near it.  Instead of spoilt rich kid I hear hard done by skint bloke!

Personally, I'll take three...  One to rag as I see fit, one for my largest bathroom (have 4) so I can look at it while taking a dump and one for the the bike lock up (never mix the cars and bikes) that can be ragged by my mates when they like (cos I'm good like that)...

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jeffpatrick

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jeffpatrick says:

@slickhillsy

Just an opinion, I don't enter into pissing contests, they get ya killed and don't impress anyone but yer own reflection.

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Danny456D

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Danny456D says:

Not while i've got a K5 GSXR 750 sat in the garage, thankyou. Rather be tarred with the moronic lunatic brush, than the rich b*****d brush, but only just...

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Diablere

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Diablere says:

@Slickhillsy

thank you . in two paragraph's you've demostrated why nobody wants to be thought of as the "rich Kid"

i'll stick with the 675R because i understand the Value of something over the cost of it!

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jeffpatrick

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jeffpatrick says:

@ Diablere

And just when I thought I didn't need a LIKE button!! Nice one.

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