MV-Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster RR Bike Overview
First released in 2014, the MV-Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster RR is something pretty special. Apart from the name being a bit of a mouthful, it’s worth it for this middleweight machine, although there’s plenty of competition on the market you should turn your eye to the 800 Dragster RR.
All the fancy features on the 800 Dragster RR including three rider modes; Rain, Normal and Sport, slipper clutch, quick-shifter and top notch traction control. The brakes on this model are second-to-none, there’s no chance of you flipping over the handlebars because of the rear wheel lift intervention.
2018 will see an updated release of the Brutale 800 Dragster RR including a new seat design and tailpiece. The engine will be updated to become Euro4-Complaint; it still produces 140bhp. A new six-speed gear box is totally new, MV Agusta state the gears engage quicker for even more efficient and smooth action.
Not forgetting, you can get the brand new MV-Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster RR in two colours; grey with matte grey and fluorescent yellow or pearl white with grey and fluorescent red.
Take a closer look at the MV-Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster RR…
MV-Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster RR Bike Spec
- Top speed145mph
- Average fuel consumption45mpg
- Seat height811mm
- EngineLiquid cooled, inline-3, DOHC, 4v
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The way it looks it's just a work of art
Not cheap to service
Very nice never missed a beat
Pro’s: lightweight, beautiful to look at, high performance, excellent build quality, quick shifter & down blipped. Cons: expensive to maintain. Excellent bike, well built full of high quality parts, stunning looks and very aggressive if pushed.
Rear fender could be redesigned and headlight could be led rather than conventional halogen.
The power it has for the weight of the bike
Low mileage service intervals
It's Italian what more do I need to say