MV Agusta F3 800 ABS imported in India
MV Agusta F3 800 ABS imported in India. The legendary motorcycle maker known for the super sharp bikes and styling will be commencing operations this November in partnership with Kinetic Group and will introduce its entire range over the next couple of years.
The legendary motorcycle maker known for the super sharp bikes and styling will be commencing operations this November in partnership with Kinetic Group and will introduce its entire range over the next couple of years. “While the Brutale 1090 street-fighter has already landed on domestic shores, MV Agusta has now imported the F3 800 ABS supersport motorcycle in the country,” reports Motor Beam.
The design of the MV Agusta F3 falls right in line with what you can expect from MV Agusta. The sleek and aggressive character of the sports bike is a treat to the eyes. Up front, you’ll see that the bike comes with an integrated fascia that carries the headlight and the windshield.
A huge fairing hides the bike’s mechanical guts, creating a sportier look that really brings out the F3’s performance credentials. The red mechanical frame peaks out from inside, creating a fancy contrast from the usually monotonous color of the bike.
At the bike, you’ll see the absence of the rear fender. That’s a typical design of any sports bike, much more with MV Agustas. Standard procedure dictates that without the rear fender, the bike’s taillight now sits at the tip of the seat.
The last pertinent detail about the bike is the shapely fuel tank that creates a unique and comfortable seating position for the rider. If you’re riding a bike as powerful as the F3, you’re going to need to be as comfortable as you can get.
The MV Agusta F3 800 comes with a 798 cc three-cylinder inline engine that produces an impressive 148 horsepower at 13,000 rpm and 65 pound-feet of torque at 10,600 rpm. All that power is sent to the wheels through a cassette-type, six-speed transmission. The combination of weight and power shows itself with a power-to-weight ratio of 1.17 kg/hp, allowing the bike to come with an incredible top speed of 167 mph.