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anyone have a superveloce AGO

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hi everyone
anyone got a superveloce AGO.
I'm considering getting one in 15 to 20 years. lol.
I might be able to afford it then. Am slighting lusting over it like i did with the mh900e and the brutale america. So I'm posting this as ive been a member here for over 15 years and that way i can have notes on the bike in 15 years time to look over.

ambitious hey

id love to hear about the superveloce ago and hopefully someone will post up some pics so i can store in the bank
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Is still waiting for his Ago
Good to know that even the gods among men cant get one 馃槄

Doesn't make me feel so bad.....wouldn't however turn down a lunch date with Ago 馃槼
Was just informed AGOs were shipped to NA end of January. Should see them end of February early March in the USA and April for Canada
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Cheers. Mine was supposed to be complete end of week 4, but as usual not heard bo peep鈥
Apparently not even 1 unit is making its way to Australia
The wheels are the hold up. The wheel manufacturer is not supplying. The word from the horses moth yesterday was "middle of March". I have heard that month after month.
I asked if they could reduce the price and ship with regular cast wheels. No response to that so far. I am not a fan of the Kineo wheels anyway and would put on some OZ or BST.
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The wheels are the hold up. The wheel manufacturer is not supplying. The word from the horses moth yesterday was "middle of March". I have heard that month after month.
I asked if they could reduce the price and ship with regular cast wheels. No response to that so far. I am not a fan of the Kineo wheels anyway and would put on some OZ or BST.
Yes that鈥檚 what I was told before Christmas too. The delays last year were with carbon and wheels. I鈥檝e had so many promissory dates now I don鈥檛 even bother chasing any more.
I have a colleague who has been waiting nearly a year and he still has not been given a definite delivery date.

There is also the dealership problem, which I understand will not be resolved until after July.

Nightmare馃槧馃槧
15 months and counting here @Bruce Taylor

Courtesy of a stupid mishap with a ramp, my F4 is also now waiting on mirrors, RH fairings and some other bits. So far Italy have no idea when they can provide.

So yeah I鈥檓 crying into my MV beer a bit currently.馃槶
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This brand is exhausting. After 18 LOYAL years of having owned鈥 let me recite them鈥4S, F4R Senna, Brutale 800, Brutale Dragster 800RR (still have), Rivale, Turismo Veloce Lusso, F3 675 RC and a BRUTALLY PAINFUL attempt at spending $35,000 MORE on a SV Ago, I have formally given up on this sh*t show of a company. As I mentioned in a previous post, I hope the Italian dealer who delivered TEN at once a year ago (with MV brass there!) enjoyed it! I鈥檝e recovered my deposit from my dealer who, by the way, has suffered the MV abuses too. The product people deserve praise while every other idiot running the place should be ushered out the door. Amateur hour is an understatement. This time it鈥檚 KTM to the rescue. Yeah, right! I was there at the resurrection with Claudio and Massimo, then came Harley, then post-Claudio with Giovanni. Then came the Russians and continuing debit with no product development. Now we have post China Virus and the Austrians! Talk about a whirlwind romance! Jeeeeeeezus. Thankfully there are other Italian brands with the management capacity to design, BUILD AND DELIVER great bikes. Since attempting to get a shred of information or at least a response from MV on the whereabouts of the SV AGO, I鈥榲e taken delivery of a Moto Guzzi V85tt and Aprilia Tuareg. Both have been fantastic bikes. Lucky Explorer what?!? Meanwhile crickets from MV on a bike they announced over a year ago. Now they鈥檙e pushing another new ghost or two. SV 1000? Lucky Explorer? C,mon. Shameful. At least for me, this charade has gone on far too long. There are just too many other more worthy motorcycle brands out there who deserve my hard-earned cash than MV Agusta.
Buon fortuna tutti!
Arrivederci!! Basta!!!!!!!!
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The wheels are the hold up. The wheel manufacturer is not supplying. The word from the horses moth yesterday was "middle of March". I have heard that month after month.
I asked if they could reduce the price and ship with regular cast wheels. No response to that so far. I am not a fan of the Kineo wheels anyway and would put on some OZ or BST.
They probably didn't pay them... and now they are holding Mv by the Ba$$s !!!
and the Austrians!
I probably should search or post another thread, but has anyone heard what鈥檚 happening here?

Dealer here was upbeat about this when it was announced, but personally I鈥檝e seen no change either in new bike deliveries or spares. Both of which are like tumbleweed for me鈥
Understand that July is when there is to be an announcement on the dealerships.
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Is anyone else thinking they may never ship new bikes that have been ordered ?
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This brand is exhausting. After 18 LOYAL years of having owned鈥 let me recite them鈥4S, F4R Senna, Brutale 800, Brutale Dragster 800RR (still have), Rivale, Turismo Veloce Lusso, F3 675 RC and a BRUTALLY PAINFUL attempt at spending $35,000 MORE on a SV Ago, I have formally given up on this sh*t show of a company. As I mentioned in a previous post, I hope the Italian dealer who delivered TEN at once a year ago (with MV brass there!) enjoyed it! I鈥檝e recovered my deposit from my dealer who, by the way, has suffered the MV abuses too. The product people deserve praise while every other idiot running the place should be ushered out the door. Amateur hour is an understatement. This time it鈥檚 KTM to the rescue. Yeah, right! I was there at the resurrection with Claudio and Massimo, then came Harley, then post-Claudio with Giovanni. Then came the Russians and continuing debit with no product development. Now we have post China Virus and the Austrians! Talk about a whirlwind romance! Jeeeeeeezus. Thankfully there are other Italian brands with the management capacity to design, BUILD AND DELIVER great bikes. Since attempting to get a shred of information or at least a response from MV on the whereabouts of the SV AGO, I鈥榲e taken delivery of a Moto Guzzi V85tt and Aprilia Tuareg. Both have been fantastic bikes. Lucky Explorer what?!? Meanwhile crickets from MV on a bike they announced over a year ago. Now they鈥檙e pushing another new ghost or two. SV 1000? Lucky Explorer? C,mon. Shameful. At least for me, this charade has gone on far too long. There are just too many other more worthy motorcycle brands out there who deserve my hard-earned cash than MV Agusta.
Buon fortuna tutti!
Arrivederci!! Basta!!!!!!!!

i love the mv brand wholehearlty but im starting to think u might be right. Ducati dont have these probs ive heard.
Just saw a unicorn in the wild while at the dealership (in France)
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Just saw a unicorn in the wild while at the dealership (in France)
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Can't be real. My eyes must be deceiving me!!

I will have to chase up for the latest update...............groan, groan, groan.

[on a non related note, I received a batch of parts to fix my F4 this past week...so maybe the factory fairies are busy 馃槄]
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Full disclosure : I'm pretty sure it was not delivered lately but some time ago
ooooh wonder what the gift will be..... maybe a lovely framed limited edition illustration of it. that would be nice
Just saw a unicorn in the wild while at the dealership (in France)
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i so can not wait to get one in 15 years.
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