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MV Agusta Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 20 Lakh

MV Agusta Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 20 Lakh - Find out the new and upcoming MV Agusta motorcycles or bikes under Rs 20 Lakh with their expected price and launched date in India. We've compiled a list of all the forthcoming MV Agusta motorcycles, along with estimated pricing and approximate launch dates. In the years -22, two motorcycles are expected to be released, including the MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR and the MV Agusta Brutale 800. Find information about the most recent bike debuts in India, as well as a pricing list.

MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR

Name

MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR

Expected Price

Rs. 19.50 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Nov,

About Upcoming MV Agusta Dragster 800 RR - The MV Agusta Dragster 800 has been introduced in India by Kinetic-owned Motoroyale. The 800 RR, 800 RR America, and 800 RR Pirelli are the three models available. The 800 RR America is priced at Rs 18.73 lakh, while the 800 RR Pirelli edition is priced at Rs 21.5 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom). While the MV Agusta Dragster 800 is based on the Brutale 800 RR, it distinguishes itself with bar-end mirrors, spoked wheels, and a revised tail section. The bike is powered by a 140 horsepower and 87 pound-feet-of-torque inline 3-cylinder engine. Eight degrees of traction control, a bi-directional quickshifter, and a remote key that may disable the bike in the event of theft are all available from the Italian manufacturer.
MV Agusta Brutale 800

Name

MV Agusta Brutale 800

Expected Price

Rs. 16.50 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Nov,

About Upcoming MV Agusta Brutale 800 - The MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR was introduced by Kinetic-owned Motoroyale for Rs 18.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), a Rs 3.4 lakh premium over the basic model. The ‘RR' mark indicates that the car has more horsepower, around 30PS more than the normal model. The 800 RR is similar to the ordinary model but for the increased power and price. The basic Brutale 800 receives a sleek headlight with LED DRLs and a bigger, more readable instrument panel in terms of appearance. It has a sharper 16.5-litre gasoline tank with bigger knee recesses, making it more comfortable for taller riders.

The tail part is brand new, and it rides on a brand new swingarm. When you look at it from the side, the gaping space between the seat and the frame will catch your eye - a design idea previously only seen on concept bikes. For a cleaner rear section, the tailpiece and number plate holder have been integrated into the tyre hugger. The Brutale 800 RR is powered by a 796cc inline three-cylinder engine that produces 140 horsepower at 11,500 rpm (an increase of 30 horsepower over the standard model). Torque has also been increased, now standing at 87Nm at 10,100rpm rather than 83Nm at 7600rpm on the regular Brutale.

The basic Brutale 800 produces 110 horsepower @ 11,500 revolutions per minute. Both motorcycles are equipped with a 6-speed transmission with a slipper clutch enabling clutchless up and downshifts. Due to a bigger exhaust for Euro 4 compliance, the weight has increased to 175kg (dry). The Brutale 800 has a peak speed of 237 kmph, while the 800 RR has a top speed of 244 kmph, according to MV Agusta. It rides on Pirelli double compound Diablo Rosso II tubeless tyres in sizes of 120/70 x R17 and 180/55 x R17 on 10-spoke alloy wheels. Front suspension is handled by fully adjustable 43mm upside-down Marzocchi forks, with rebound and compression damping as well as spring preload adjustment, while rear suspension is handled by a semi-adjustable Sachs monoshock with rebound and compression damping as well as spring preload adjustment. At the front, dual 320mm discs with Brembo 4-piston radial callipers and a 220mm disc brake gripped with a two-piston Brembo calliper perform braking duties. Dual-channel ABS is included, as well as rear lift mitigation. An eight-stage traction control system and four riding modes are included in the electronics. The Kawasaki Z900, Yamaha MT-09, Ducati Monster 1200, and Triumph Street Triple 765 will all fight against the Brutale 800 RR. The Yamaha MT-09, Ducati Monster 821, and the forthcoming KTM 790 Duke compete against the regular Brutale 800.