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$13,998
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Houston, Texas

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MV Agusta F3 675 description

You are bidding on a beautiful, 2013 MV Agusta F3 Black 675cc in stock now. Ready to ship. This is the car that has redefined the “Exotic” class with loads of power through out the RPM range and nothing sacrificed when it comes to the turns. Be the talk of the town all riding season when you pull up at bike night in this beast. So DON'T WAIT because it will not last long. This car is in perfect mechanical and structural condition. If you are interested, please give me a call and I can get you all the rest of the information. I do accept trades so please call soon, this bike will not last long! Asking Price $13,998 OBO Financing Available 3.9% T rades welcome send email with information! Call for other 2013 Models Warranty All Books and Service MSO Title Only five miles Both Keys Limited Quantities Built in the World One of the top desired colors - Black Super opportunity for you if you're shopping for a MV Agusta ! I'm accepting offers on this 201 3 MV Agusta F3 . I'll consider all offers, but timing for payment is equally important. This deal is not available for those who are not prepared to close a deal within ten Business Days (2 Weeks). I'll consider T rades that are in fantastic condition. I'm a reasonable person looking for a clean transaction. If you are financing your purchase, I'll cooperate with your lending institution and provide all necessary documentation upon request. Take time to view my eBay feedback and Bid with confidence! Please note, in Superb condition Loaded with Accessories & Low Mileage. Always Garage Kept Title in Hand - Clean & Clear Grand Prix Motoring ships to international customers/worldwide. Buyers responsible for duties/taxes. Prices are listed below: CANADA: $1250 USD U.K., FRANCE, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM: $3450 USD GERMANY, JAPAN, S. KOREA, MALAYSIA, ITALY, MEXICO, PANAMA, THAILAND, SINGAPORE: $3550 USD BELGIUM, SWEDEN, IRELAND. NETHERLANDS, SPAIN, ECUADOR: $3540 USD NORWAY, ICELAND, DENMARK, PORTUGAL: $3580 USD AUSTRALIA, BRAZIL, GREECE, TURKEY: $3590 USD Hawaii, Puerto Rico & Alaska is $2360. Dubai, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Middle East: $3450 Email me or call me for exact shipping quotes! Evan Tsaroumis Grand Prix Motoring 8710 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX. 77063 Cell: 832-435-XXXX WK: 713-782-XXXX Fax: 281-825-XXXX - .- .

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2014 MV Agusta 3-Cylinder Models Now Feature ABS

Thu, 23 Jan 2014

Better late than never, as the saying goes: MV Agusta will be equipping 2014 three-cylinder models the Brutale 675 and 800, the F3 675 and 800 and the Rivale 800 with dual-function ABS featuring Normal and Race Mode. These models will come equipped with an internal pressure sensor and independent wheel sensors on each axle, all controlled by the small and lightweight Bosch 9MP ABS control unit. The ABS was specifically developed to provide safer, more effective deceleration on all road surfaces without compromising either the power or the progressiveness of the system and with the clear aim of obtaining the shortest possible braking distances.

2013 MV Agusta Brutale 1090 Lineup Gets Adjustable ABS

Fri, 08 Feb 2013

MV Agusta announced it will offer ABS-equipped versions of its four-cylinder Brutale 1090 models. The addition of ABS should come as no surprise, considering the European Union’s recent move to make the technology mandatory for all new models larger than 125cc by 2016. The 2013 MV Agusta Brutale 1090, 1090 R and 1090 RR will be available with the Bosch 9MP, an ABS that’s becoming popular with a number of manufacturers due to its lightweight and compact packaging.

Live from the launch of the 2010 MV Agusta F4 1000?

Thu, 11 Feb 2010

Evening All, Whit here, live from the launch of the 2010 MV Agusta F4 1000 - a 186bhp 998cc inline-four, with a revised chassis and electronics package, including an eight-stage traction control system. Although the bike looks almost the same as previous incarnations, MV say the F4's different from the ground up. With specs like that it should be well impressive.