Italian bike producer MV Agusta launched the new 2017 Brutale 800 in the nation at Rs 15.59 lakh (ex-showroom price). The styling involved a sharper and more firmly sculpted Italian design. The fuel tank is all-new, whereas the droopy headlamp recently attains an encircled LED DRL that is tremendously distinctive when viewed head-on.
The tail design shaped with neat, included grab rails. The bike has directed to retain the distinctive slash-cut triple pipe shape on the new Brutale 800, which has been the brand styling on the middleweight offering.
MV Agusta is being brought via a Semi-Knocked Down (SKD) unit, means it will draw taxes too. Moreover the bike attains alterations to the chassis too. The wheelbase is 20 mm longer than its precursor but still stays the least in its segment. The rake and trail has also been pinched for enhanced handling.
MV Agusta uses a lightweight single-sided swingarm. Deferral setup comprises 43 mm Marzocchi USD fully adjustable front forks, whereas the rear sports a completely adjustable Sachs unit. Braking recital comes from the twin 300 mm discs at the front with radial-type 4 pistons caliper and a 220 mm single disc at the rear with 2 pistons caliper from Brembo with monobloc callipers.
|MV Agusta Brutale 800||Dimensions|
|Seat Height||830 mm|
|Ground Clearance||135 mm|
Power on the bike reaches from a 798 cc inline three-cylinder engine. The motor recently attains a host of alterations to its internals counting new intake, new pistons and exhaust system for enhanced torque response. The three-pot motor makes 109 bhp of power and 25 per cent more torque at 83 Nm. Around 80 per cent of the torque, MV Agusta is accessible under 4000 rpm, whereas peak torque kicks in much inferior at 7600 rpm.
|MV Agusta Brutale 800||Engine|
|Max Power||190 bhp|
|Max Torque||89 Nm|