Wow! MV Agusta to Release Brutale 800RR 2018 Edition

Wow! MV Agusta to Release Brutale 800RR 2018 Edition


Italian automotive company, MV Agusta, rumored to be coming soon to bring their latest motor products, the Brutale 800RR 2018 edition. The motor is presented to compete head-to-head with Ducati Monster 821, Kawasaki Z800, and Triumph Tiger 800 is scheduled to be released in July in the US and India market.

Quoted from Visordown, a source close to the company Kinetic Motoroyale as partner MV Agusta said that this bike will be equipped with a capacity of 798cc engine, three-cylinder inline, 4-stroke, 12 valve, DOHC. With that capital, Brutale 800RR is claimed to be capable of bursting up to 116 BHP at 11,500 rpm and reaching peak torque at 83 Nm at 7,600 rpm.
Wow! MV Agusta to Release Brutale 800RR 2018 Edition

Wow! MV Agusta to Release Brutale 800RR 2018 Edition


"Brutale 800RR was previously reported to be having problems, with a gearbox and a starter clutch responsible for countless warranty claims," ​​wrote Visordown. "However, the manufacturer claims to have solved this problem, with a new model featuring some of the latest components to give Brutale 800RR the reliability of MV as its newest product strategy."

This motor has also undergone a makeover, taking the Brutale base and adding performance-oriented appeal, updated graphics, and beautiful wrought aluminum wheels. There are two color options offered, namely Pearl Shock Red / Metallic Carbon Black and Pearl Ice White / Metallic Carbon Black, and offered at a price of 13,490 pounds sterling.


"Like the previous model, this bike is very aggressive with a very strong performance. It can generate 140 HP power and 117.95 lb-ft of torque at 10,100 rpm, with a much smoother torque curve at low speed than the previous series, "said the source. "In fact, in 'Normal' mode, the Brutale 800RR is very responsive and very agile."

If the user wants to speed faster, can move the drive mode to 'Sport', which will 'force' them to lean on the seat when the front wheels try to jump off the ground. Meanwhile, when the 'Custom' mode allows the biker to change everything, including traction control, gas sensitivity, torque, engine braking, and engine response.

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