2017 MV Agusta F4
Till what limit can the art on two wheels be extended to? Ask MV Agusta. If there is one manufacturer which has the ability to meticulous art when it comes to sportbikes, there is no other name which comes close to MV Agusta. Having made some of the most exotic Italian masterpieces on two wheels, the MV Agusta has a tremendous history in terms of making some of the most beautiful looking and aerodynamic motorcycles on the planet.
The year 2016 proved to be a landmark one for India, for the year witnessed the advent of MV Agusta made its debut in India, the range topping F4 supersport happens to be the flagship motorcycle for the Italian bike maker for the time being in India. The wet dream of all those enthusiasts who love to have a perfect equilibrium of design and performance, the MV Agusta F4 looks equally when on the go as well as while being on the still as well. Here’s our quick review on the MV Agusta F4:-
Feature – 15 most expensive motorcycles of India
There was a time when the Indian two wheeler market was conscious about only two things – price and fuel efficiency. The purchase of a particular motorcycle or scooter was purely dependent on these two major factors, with the aspects like design, performance and riding dynamics taking a back seat.
However, with the changing times, the priorities have begun to change, and people are not minding to spend the additional dough from their pocket, provided they get additional performance, style and equipment. The results have been so dramatic that what we have got now is a range of some super exotic motorcycles with pricing equivalent to a 2BHK apartment.
In this feature list, we are going to have a look on the fifteen most expensive motorcycles available in the Indian market, which have started a new trend of trading in for luxury and exotic motorcycles. Following are those mean machines:-
When it comes to motorcycling, there are several manufacturers which have repeatedly tried to showcase their very best through their flagship motorcycles. Each and every manufacturer has one special motorcycle in its stable, through which they try to display the best of their engineering prowess.
Save for some manufacturers such as Harley Davidson, Indian, Triumph and the likes which have their flagship motorcycles in the form of cruisers, a majority of the bike manufacturers have a liter class supersport in their portfolio as their range topping motorcycles. With the supersports, bike makers try to lure the enthusiasts, as these motorcycles are rich in dynamics and features – leaving the rider only with true and focused riding and nothing else.
When it comes to liter class supersports, the world is divided into two parts – Japanese and European. In this list, there are four Japanese and five European liter class supersports, which comprise to be the ultimate list for all those who desire to have the best of a motorcycle maker in one bike. Let’s have a look on the nine of the best liter class supersport machines which have made their parent manufacturers proud, time to time.
After its home competitors such as Ducati, Aprilia, Moto Guzzi and Benelli making their grand entries into India, MV Agusta is seriously contemplating to make its foray in the Indian two wheeler market. According to some sources, the Italian giant, which is well known in the motorcycling circuits for producing exotic motorcycles, is planning to enter the Indian market through a joint venture with Kinetic Group.
The Kinetic Group, which has given brands such as Luna and Kinetic Honda to India, will be bringing the motorcycles of MV Agusta to the Indian shores, and will be responsible for handling the sales and marketing operations of the Italian manufacturer in the country. The joint venture is expected to make a formal announcement in the month of July, as per which the product portfolio as well as number and name of dealerships will be announced.
The tie-up of MV Agusta with Kinetic Group is seen as a part of the former’s expansion plans for the Asian and South Asian two wheeler markets. Going by the recent action plans of majors such as Triumph, Ducati, Benelli and Kawasaki, MV Agusta sees a lot of potential in the booming market of superbikes in India, which is why it doesn’t want to be anymore late in the party.
Currently, MV Agusta has a huge product lineup in the international market, which includes Stradale 800, Brutale 675, Brutale 800, Brutale 800 Dragster, Brutale 1090, F3 675, F3 800, F4, Rivale 800 and Turismo Veloce 800. Though it is still not clear whether MV Agusta will be bringing this entire lineup to India or not. However, like in other markets, the motorcycles of MV Agusta will be priced much higher than its competitors and will be positioned as niche and exclusive products, making them almost unreachable for many buyers.