Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone Review

The Moto Guzzi is an Italian based two wheeler manufacturer which is the world’s fourth largest two-wheeler manufacturer in terms of unit sales. The firm is known by its legendary motorcycles which has a number of models in its portfolio. Now, the company has planned to introduce its motorcycles to the Indian line-up by the end of the year.

Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone Motorcycle

The Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone is one of the greatest motorcycles ever that will make its entry in the Indian market soon. The V7 II is the most selling models of Moto Guzzi. The neat retro style and powerful engine layout are well known about the V7 II stone, while the rear light cluster is new. The lightweight alloy wheel rims give a unique touch to the vintage design. Furthermore, the combination of yellow color and white strip on the fuel will really grab the attention from the crowed. The fuel tank seems to protrude from the both sides. The motorcycle gets a tapered seat which adds more beauty in its look. And, the motorcycle is inspired by the 70s color schemes that enhance the overall look of the legendary motorcycle. It gets a round chrome headlight which looks pretty much impressive and standard.

The two-channel ABS system, whereas the impressive electronic system are ensured for an ideal traction in any type of road conditions, which is preventing the rear wheel from sliding during acceleration.

The motorcycle has received some significant updates in the engine and gearbox which make it a performance oriented motorcycle in its segment. The combination of chrome finishing, black paint jobs and yellow shade on fuel tank are suit on its body profile.

moto guzzi v7 ii stone

Apart from the styling, if we are discussing about the power output or technical specification, the Moto Guzzi V7 II Racer houses a 744cc, liquid-cooled and V-twin engine that has been placed horizontally in the heart of the motorcycle. Thus, the 90-degree and v-twin engine has been re-tuned to deliver outstanding power and torque respectively. The motor delivers a 50 HP of power and 58 NM of torque at rev range. The engine is blessed with a six speed gearbox which gives enhanced the overall riding performance.

The Moto Guzzi V7 II stone offers an ultimate ride quality with a six-speed gearbox, the motorcycle is built on a double cradle frame that is attached in a well manner with a front telescopic suspension and a rear shock absorbers. Thus, the comfort and low seat height are even more accessible for the riders, while the large handlebar gives a wide range of stability in every type of road conditions. The tapered seat gives a comfortable sitting position to the both rider and pillion.

Moto Guzzi continues to develop solutions to increase the overall safety, such as the new V7 II is blessed with an Anti-lock Braking System and MGCT (Moto Guzzi Controllo Trazione) system have been introduced to offer safe and comfortable cruising.

The Moto Guzzi VII Racer has an array of standard safety equipment for a safe ride. Thus, the motorcycle has received a dual-channel anti-lock braking system that will improve overall braking efficiency, while the Moto Guzzi traction Control System is ensured for a skid free ride.

The Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone is powerful retro styling motorcycle from the Moto Guzzi which is featured with a powerful engine and standard safety objects. Moreover, the built quality, performance and ride quality of this motorcycle will surely give a tough competition to the rivals in this category.


About Neha Sharma

SAGMart is an online information portal, where you can find genuine information about any upcoming and new motorcycle or scooter you will be looking for all across the globe. One can easily search the product details, technical specifications and cosmetic details, including their ex-showroom price and current price at one's place. The user could also be able to get through the brief reviews of various existing and newly launched two-wheelers as well and can also search information about the upcoming two-wheelers.

Posted on March 31, 2015, in Motorcycles. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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