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2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Special Brand New Full Warranty - No Dealer Fees! Cafe Racer on 2040-motos

US $8,790.00
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:3 ColorColor: Black/Yellow

Mentor, Ohio, US

Mentor, Ohio, US
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Moto Guzzi Special tech info

TypeType:Standard Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):750 WarrantyWarranty:2 Year Unlimited Mileage For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer VINVIN:ZGULWU013DM200085

Moto Guzzi Special description

This is a BRAND NEW is not a returned item, repo, or previously titled motorcycle. 


We are not charging ANY dealer add-on fees, no prep fee, no shipping/destination/freight to dealer fee, no title fee, no documentation fee. This Offer is good on this motorcycle ONLY and does not apply to the rest of our Moto Guzzi inventory. Someone is going to get a fantastic deal simply because I think I may have ordered too many of this color and I need to move some of these NOW. 

This is being sold by ClevelandMoto an authorized Moto Guzzi Dealer so it comes with the FULL 2 YEAR Factory Warranty AND Roadside Protection Coverage. BE CAREFUL, buying from an auction house, reseller or anyone but an authorized Moto Guzzi dealer means NO WARRANTY, I don't care what they say, if they're not able to show you a current Moto Guzzi Dealer number they are not authorized to offer you a factory warranty. Our Dealer Number is USG277. We will have you fill out all of the required paperwork for the warranty and roadside protection coverage at the time of purchase. 

We are offering this  Black and Yellow Moto Guzzi V7 Special in Brand New, Fully Prepped, Ready to Ride Home condition. 

As the auction winner you will only be responsible for the winning auction price and the taxes that pertain to your particular state. 

About us, 

We are ClevelandMoto we've been selling, servicing and riding Moto Guzzi's (and a whole bunch of other motorcycles!) for years. We are fully certified as Moto Guzzi Dealers and Moto Guzzi trained technicians. We have well over 200 motorcycles in stock between our two stores in the Cleveland, Ohio area. This particular bike is located at our Mentor Store on 7488 Mentor Avenue. 440.258-3358 

We have a complete inventory of parts and accessories for these motorcycles and we'd love to have you come by for a test drive or to ask questions about this awesome bike. 

Now the Marketing Department takes over: 

Looking for classic retro style with the guts and go-for-it attitude to do some touring, too? The Moto Guzzi V7 Special is your mount. Who says you need a big motorcycle to reach far-away places? On this classic, all you need are big dreams-and a wrist that’s ready to roll.  The V7 Special features the new 750cc, 90° V-twin engine that is more powerful and stays true to the characteristics of the Moto Guzzi tradition, that touring on a motorcycle at its most pure should be nothing but enjoyable.

Hmmm, that was kinda bland....

That was better....if Ebay Let you click on it...awesome!

Engine Type90° V-Twin 4-Stroke
Capacity744 Cc
Maximum Power 50HP At 6,200 Rpm
Maximum Torque42.7 Ft Lbs. / 58Nm At 5,000 Rpm
Fuel SystemWeber-Marelli Electronic Fuel Injection.
Exhaust SystemThree-Way Catalytic Converter With Double Lambda Probe 
Gearbox5 Speeds With Cardan Final Drive
LubricationForced Circulation With Lobe Pump - Circuit Capacity: 1.78 Kg
ClutchDry Single Plate With Flexible Couplings
FrameDouble Cradle Tubular Frame In ALS Steel With Detachable Rear Subframe
Front SuspensionTelescopic Hydraulic Fork With 40 Mm Stanchions
Rear SuspensionDie Cast Light Alloy Swing Arm With 2 Spring Preload Adjustable shocks.
Brake System Brembo Front Brake 320 Mm ? Stainless Steel Disc, Brembo Caliper With 4 Differentiated Pistons
Rear Brake260 Mm Stainless Steel Disc, Brembo Double Piston Floating Caliper
WheelsSpoked Polished Aluminium RimsFront Wheel18", 100/90Rear Wheel17", 130/80
Length86 Inches - 2184mm
Max Width31.5 Inches - 800mm
Height43.8 Inches - 1112mm
Saddle Height  30" 
Curb Weight 395 Pounds
Fuel Tank Capacity5.8 Gallons
Reserve1 Gallon - made it all the way down here! You must be a serious buyer, Thanks for hanging in there. 

I've ridden a bunch of these bikes and I've read all the reviews...I think my opinion is a little more well-rounded than theirs, after all, they're just journalists, and I have to work on hundreds of different motorcycles every year and that means test riding all of them. Here is my review of the Moto Guzzi V7 Special. 

Let me start by saying this bike is LIGHT, it's under 400 pounds with gas, oil and battery steers telepathically. It handles so easy that it's a joy for folks who've been riding heavier bikes for the past 20 years. I have a Triumph Thruxton and I know EVERY motorcycle magazine loves comparing it to the Guzzi Cafe Racer they make a big deal about the Triumph being a 900 and the Guzzi ONLY being a 750...that part is true, but my Thruxton weighs OVER 100 lbs. more than the Guzzi. The Triumph has only 8 more ft lbs of torque which is not enough to overcome the additional weight, especially in the twisties. If you think the Thruxton is faster than the Guzzi, you're more than welcome to try to keep up with me on a twisty road...we've tested both with different riders and the Thailand Made Triumph simply can't keep up with the Italian made Guzzi. Oh yeah, that's right the British Flag wearing Triumph is made in, that sucks. 

Day to day the Guzzi wins having a gas tank that holds OVER 5 gallons...and gets nearly 60 mpg. That means going over 300 miles on a single tank of gas. The Triumph holds less than 4 gallons and gets only slightly over 40 mpg. My fuel light pings on my Thruxton at just over 120 miles. There is also no chain to adjust, maintenance is a giggle...this is the first motorcycle you will own that you can do your own valve adjustments and it wont need them often. The cost of maintaining a Guzzi is less than half of most other shim-bucket $$$$ valves...if you've got wrenches and 20 minutes, you can do it yourself. The Guzzi also sits a bit lower and it narrower in the middle, if you want it lower still, we've got the Custom Gel lower saddle for less than $300. V-twins win in the torque equals smiles category...the Guzzi is just more fun to ride. I know it's a little thing, but there's 2 trip meters, a clock and a digital thermometer that actually works accurately. I use the thermometer way more than I thought I would.

Want to change the saddle...easy, turn the key on the side...snap! The saddle pops off, and right there you'll find your manual, fuses, battery, air filter, tool kit and everything that should be there...that's right, you don't need a tool kit to get to the tool kit! This motorcycle just makes sense. If you're the type of guy or gal who can't leave anything alone this bike is like lego's everything from ALL of the entire V7 lines bolts to it. You like the cafe racer saddle, pop it on, you like those sexy aluminum sidepanels...pop 'em on. All Moto Guzzi V7 Accessories fit ALL V7's it's crazy-logical and makes it super easy to add stuff like crash bars, windshields, custom saddles *there are 4 of them and they're all less than $300 (I!) luggage racks have cool bosses that let you bolt on panniers for hard bags or soft bags. 

Oh, and one last thing...did I mention this bike is build in Italians in a factory that's been doing it since 1921...the brakes are Brembo and the Suspension is Sachs or Bitubo...not lowest bidder chinese components. This is a completely honest motorcycle and you won't see 300 of them at bike night.  

What can I say...I'm a fan. 

SHIPPING: We've been a dealer for more than 13 years, we've found uship works pretty good if you like meeting lonely old men with sketchy pick ups and rickety trailers...their prices are based on how desperate the folks answering the listings's like ebay for shipping...I can usually get a bike cross-country with Uship for less than $500, it'll take a few weeks to get a bidder at that price - If it's local-ish I'll deliver it to you for $1.50 per loaded mile. 

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