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Scottish MV Agusta reshuffle

Just got news that Scotland's MV Augusta dealer - Perth Motorcycles - will relocate to it's sister branch at Cupar Motorcycles, a Suzuki dealership and part of the same company. The Perth premises will close, and existing sales and workshop staff will move to Cupar.

They still have quite a few Euro3 MV bikes for sale as well as current 2017 stock, so I guess times are tough, but let's hope this rationalisation makes them stronger and better able to support MV in Scotland.

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Article in the letter section of the MCN paper (Normally it is always about Triumphs)
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That's good to read. Yep, the brand is worthy of resolve.

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Article in the letter section of the MCN paper (Normally it is always about Triumphs)
Thanks for sharing that.
A really eloquent letter.
Great to know that there are dealers like this supporting MV in Scotland!!
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