The MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800 will be launched in India today. The Turismo Veloce 800 is a middle-weight adventure motorcycle. Internationally, MV Agusta offers four motorcycles under the Turismo Veloce umbrella - 800, 800 Lusso, 800 Lusso SCS, RC SCS. So far the company only plans to offer the 800 in India. The expected price is about Rs 16 lakh mark (ex-showroom India) and the Turismo Veloce 800 will compete against the BMW F850 GS, F750 GS, Tiger 800 XCA and the Ducati Multistrada 950.
The Turismo Veloce 800 gets an 800cc engine that puts out 111PS and 83Nm of torque. Other cycle parts include twin-disc brake setup in front and a single disc mounted on a single-sided swingarm. The motorcycle gets rider aids as well in the form of ABS and eight-level traction control.
MV Agusta Veloce Turismo 800: Launched in India. Prices start at Rs. 18.99lakh, ex-showroom. The first three customers get a Rs 2 lakh discount
Motoroyale will also inaugurate it's first international dealership in Bhutan next month.
MV Agusta Veloce Turismo 800: 8 level traction control, Bosch 9 Plus ABS, Cruise control, engine immobiliser and adjustable windshield. Panniers are optional.
MotoRoayale will open its 8th and 9th dealerships next month
MV Agusta is also showcasing the limited edition Brutale 800RR America for the first time here. Looks stunning, doesn’t it?
MV Agusta Veloce Turismo 800 India launch: Weighs 191kg (dry), 140mm ground clearance and a tank capacity of 21.5 litre.
MV Agusta Veloce Turismo 800 India launch: Comes with 43mm(dia) fully adjustable Marzocchi USD forks and fully adjustable Sachs mono rear.
MV Agusta Veloce Turismo: Powered by a 798cc triple that makes 110PS 10,150rpm and generates 80Nm at 7,100rpm. Mated to a 6-speed gearbox with slip assist and quick shifter.
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And that’s the big reason for us to be here. What lies under that cover is the MV Agusta Veloce Turismo 800 that will be unveiled shortly.
We are at the launch of the new MotoRoyale dealership in Mumbai. However, there’s a bigger and more important reason for us to be here.
The electronics include eight-level traction control, ABS (antilock braking system) with rear-wheel lift protection, and a two-way quick-shifter
The suspension unit on the motorcycle includes Marzocchi upside-down forks in the front and Sachs mono-shock absorber in the rear
The engine is 798cc three-cylinder engine that puts out 111PS at 10,150rpm and 83Nm of torque at 7,100rpm.
The riders triangle is expected to be relaxed as the motorcycle sports a handlebar setup
The side profile exposes the bits of its trellis frame and the subframe mounts the split seat.
The styling is true to the family design and the fascia is reminiscent of their supersport F3.
However, the engine comes in a detuned state for more touring friendly performance.
The Turismo Veloce shares its engine with the MV Agusta F3