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Andy Downes  says:

MV Agusta F3 official pictures

Newly resurgent Italian manufacturer MV Agusta has officially shown what looks like a completely finished version of the new 675cc three-cylinder F3 sportsbike. Find an MV Agusta for sale This is the bike MV is hoping can take on the class-leading Triumph Daytona 675. MV Agusta was bought back from Harley-Davidson by previous owner Claudio Castiglioni just last month and the F3 is...

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fazerfellow

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fazerfellow says:

O how i hope the isn't a large can on the other side...hopefully the exhaust will be hidden...if so...thats the bike I am aiming to get next...

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supermario

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supermario says:

Intriguing

but you can't really see it

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mattrawr

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mattrawr says:

Front shot

There's a front shot on this site if you want to see a bit more. http://www.motor-bike.it/news-e-anteprime/4646-scoop-ecco-a-voi-le-prime-foto-ufficiali-della-mv-agusta-f3.html

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X2Glider

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X2Glider says:

MOTORCYCLE-USA

printed that it would be a 600cc four cylinder on Friday, I believe.  I had heard rumour of a 3 cylinder for about a year so I'm more inclined to believe it will be a triple.  There is so much potential for common parts with the F4 that could keep costs down a bit.

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stevekwak

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stevekwak says:

600 category

nah the Triumph Daytona is still gonna dominate this category for awhile yet, but good luck to them

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daveb

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daveb says:

Unofficial pics: http://www.asphaltandrubber.com/bikes/mv-agusta-f3-details/

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X2Glider

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X2Glider says:

Disappointed

After checking out the link below, I'm disappointed that it is only a 600 triple.  200 measly cc per cylinder.  It's going to be a strung out, "gotta rev the piss out of it or it will have no guts" bike that will likely wear itself out in short time.  Current I-4 600s have nothing down low at all.  If they're simply lopping off one cylinder from the F4, they should have made it a 750.  As sexy as it is likely to be, I'd opt for the Daytona for the extra grunt over the F3.

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BillyRR

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BillyRR says:

No Dissapointment

I think the triple is a great idea, especially when the Daytona's been so popular.  The triple is a great engine configuration, combining character and grunt.  It won't be gutless, it'll be an exotic middleweight alternative.  The 1000 will still be there for those that want, and can afford to insure, the 'Daddy'.  I'm lucky enough to have an F4, and you don't appreciate how well built these beauties are until you see one up close.  I just hope they haven't scrimped too much on the quality of the components to make this available to the wider market.  If I was still in the market for a middleweight sportsbike; I'd be salivating!!!

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elefantman

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elefantman says:

take my advice: buy a Daytona

If you buy an MV you're throwing your lot in with an outfit that lurches from one financial crisis to the next and releases new bikes for which it won't even supply spare parts or customer service a few years down the track. Its global dealer network is pretty much in tatters, leaving MV owners stranded without parts or support, and despite Claudio Castiglioni managing to con some big bucks out of Harley (not the first time he's pulled this kind of sleight of hand) the company is still in really bad shape. So calling it 'newly resurgent' shows just how thin MCN's journalism can be at times. If you're up for a triple in the 600cc range buy the Trumpy: proven bike from a customer-friendly company. Anyone buying an MV would be taking a huge gamble.

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CosherB

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CosherB says:

i bought a new Brutale two years ago and i can't complain in any way about the dealer service that i've receievd, so i don't see why the new bike should be any different.  perhaps billy and myself are biased being current MV owners, but we're the lucky ones that can appreciate the mixture of engineering and style that they achieve so well.

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