Article By Ministry of Bikes
Posted on 23 Nov 2016
The V7 from Moto Guzzi gets a revamp
Moto Guzzi has decided it’s about time the V7 receives a fresh update for the New Year and the models 50th anniversary.
The revamp makes the bike now Euro 4 compliant and now comes with the new name V7 III. In addition, the 744-cc Transverse V-Twin engine now features a 10% increase in power, which now produces 51 bhp and 44.2ftlb of torque.
Moreover, the V7 III now carries a lower seat unit at 770 mm which provides enhanced comfort and ease of control for the rider, as well as updated display clocks which offer more details. Nevertheless, these are not the only changes the bike features. The motorcycle has gained a new front which is much sturdier, similarly delivering improved control.
The V7 III is now available in four varieties.The Stone, Racer and Special have all been modified along with a new special anniversary model which offers a leather seat, brushed aluminium mudguards and a tank which is chrome-finished.