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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-07-2011, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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Which model to buy of MVAgusta ???

Isold my ducati 848 evo and want mv agusta
which one was and is the best model ??

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Isold my ducati 848 evo and want mv agusta
which one was and is the best model ??

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If your young and verile, the F4.
If your decrepit and like boys, the Brutie.
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Which To Buy

if you have the money, the new f4 rr is unbeleavable. the corsacota or how ever its spelled. look on the forum, there is the white one with a bib MV logo on the sides. beautyful. i have a 1090rr and like it alot.
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If your young and verile, the F4.
If your decrepit and like boys, the Brutie.
Didn't take long for the infamous F4 inferiority complex to appear
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Which one is most desirable???? you will get a lot of varying answers to that.

Tamoborini is arguably one..the CC is also special....so are the Sennas....the new F4 if you are thinking updated performance vs appearance. Some may say hold out for the new F3.....

Really, every MV is pretty special, so the one that sings your song visually and that you can actually acquire would win out in my opinion. Can't go wrong !!!

My Gina ('08 910R Brutale) is the most desirable in my opinion....just sayin'

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post #9 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-07-2011, 10:29 PM
First off it depends on your budget. I think we'd all like a Veltro, Tamburini or other limited edition model in the garage but most mere mortals (including me!) are still dreaming of owning something like that. Are you after a new bike or secondhand? If it's a secondhand bike I'd just say go with the newest model you can afford. New? Go take whichever model rings your bell for a test ride. Welcome to the forum by the way.


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. Come to think of it I don't have a garage since the old one burnt down!
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But...Ö..a new one is currently rising from the ashes......watch this space!
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Go for a low milage model with history. I think a full history service is very importent or buy from a well know good dealer. I wish you luck
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