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Moto Guzzi Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 15 Lakh

Moto Guzzi Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 15 Lakh - Find out the new and upcoming Moto Guzzi motorcycles or bikes under Rs 15 Lakh with their expected price and launched date in India. We've compiled a list of all the forthcoming Moto Guzzi motorcycles, along with their estimated pricing and anticipated debut dates for -22. 1 motorcycles are expected to be released, including the Moto Guzzi V9. Find information about the most recent bike debuts in India, as well as a pricing list.

Moto Guzzi V9

Name

Moto Guzzi V9

Expected Price

Rs. 14 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Nov,

About Upcoming Moto Guzzi V9 - Moto Guzzi, an Italian motorcycle manufacturer, has been selling motorcycles in India for quite some time. The company's high-end cruisers have been well received. They've now introduced the Moto Guzzi V9, a mid-size motorcycle. The Guzzi V9 is actually two bikes in one: the V9 Bobber and the V9 Roamer. Both V9s have a respectable mileage of 18kmpl, and the features aren't very exciting: the instrument cluster is fairly simple, with an analogue speedometer, and the motorcycles have two-stage traction control and ABS for safety.

The Bobber's short and flat handlebars give it an aggressive riding stance, whereas the Roamer's handlebars are tall and broad like a cruiser. Some riders may experience discomfort if their knees come into contact with the outer popping cylinder heads. The precise throttle and near-lag-free responsiveness provided by the shaft drive may be quite pleasurable. Vibrations are one of the motor's drawbacks when compared to its other family members. The bikes have traditional telescopic forks up front and dual shocks at the back, which make them feel supple and well-balanced while cornering.

They are supposed to be on the same mechanical cutting edge, yet they provide distinct riding sensations. Both bikes have vintage design and a large, flat fuel tank. On the one hand, the Bobber receives matte paint and racey highlights with a lot of blacked out detailing, while the Roamer masters the chrome line. The V9s are equipped with an 853cc motor that is mounted transversely, allowing the cylinder heads to be exposed to the air and eliminating the need for liquid cooling. With a 6-speed gear, the power and torque statistics are good, with 55bhp at 6250rpm and 62Nm at 3000rpm (1 down and 5 up).

The V9s aren't lightning fast, but they aren't sluggish either. The motor revs quickly and delivers lots of power at any speed. Because of its small front tyre, the Roamer is quicker to turn in turns, but the Bobber requires a bit more work to turn in curves because to its bulky front tyre. Stainless steel floating discs with 320 mm Brembo opposed 4-piston callipers at the front and stainless steel floating discs with 260 mm Brembo opposed -piston callipers at the rear handle braking duties.