New MV Agusta Stradale 800 2015
Seeks to harness the lightweight tourism segment, MV Agusta unveiled the Stradale 800 this week at EICMA. Similar to the sporty and athletic Rivale, Stradale 800 stops the platform and modify it for a walk a little more oriented tours.
For starters, the Stradale Gets a mini windshield saying MV is adjustable with one hand. If ever you have traveled in Playboy, you will appreciate the importance of the inclusion of windshield, even small like this one, actually. Starting from there, the seat height is reduced from 10 mm to 870 mm, or 34.2 inches. It is still quite high, but the narrow tank joint seat / fuel should help drivers touch the ground easier. Front and rear suspension delivers 5.9 mm of travel and is completely changeable. In amalgamation with the 30 mm lengthier wheelbase, which measures 57.4 inches or 1460mm, and advanced swingarm, the Stradale has the ingredients for a stable ride in the material meandering. At tiniest in assessment with the twitchy Rivale.
It had already leaked, but now it’s time to see in all its glory the MV Agusta Stradale 800 2015, the bike that the brand of Varese presents in EICMA 2014. As you know it’s an MV Agusta suitably revised to adapt it to long trips without losing much sports performance. It will be available end of 2014 and 2015 for 14.395 euros in Spain early.
These are the differential model details:
- These are the differential model details:
- Cylinder 798 cc engine revised downwards, (115 HP at 11,000 rpm) and 78 Nm at 9,000 rpm.
- Integrated with optical rear Pannier.
- Large adjustable windshield.
- Seat height lowered to 870 mm.
- Height with respect to the ground recessed.
- Deposit increased to 16 litres capacity.
- Forks fully adjustable Marzocchi with 150 mm of travel.
- Brakes ABS Bosch 9 Plus series RLM system.
As 2015 model the MV Agusta Stradale 800 also enjoys 4 maps of power, EAS 2.0 fast switching and control of traction with 8 levels. A motorcycle traveller’s most irreverent.
If you remember our previous test of the Rivale, range and fuel capacity were serious limiting factors. MV has addressed this by adding four liters of extra capacity (1 gallon), for a total of 16 liters. Although immobile on the slighter side for a visiting team, the supplementary space tank is positively a comfortable tallying. Formerly, of course, the greatest understandable change for the Stradale the Rivale is bags on each side, comprising the direction indicators.