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MV Agusta USA Announces 2015 Pricing

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MV Agusta USA has released the pricing info for its 2015 model year motorcycles, after the Italian company had re-evaluated its pricing strategy in the USA. Accordingly, MV Agusta has gotten very aggressive with its US pricing, with several models seeing a modest price decrease, or ABS added for free.

The biggest price drop is the MV Agusta Rivale, which has been made more affordable and to give room for the touring-oriented MV Agusta Stradale. The MV Agusta Turismo Veloce has been added to the 2015 model year list, as expected.

But, perhaps most surprising is the announcement of the MV Agusta F4 RC — a motorcycle that was leaked ahead of the EICMA show, but was not shown at the Italian motorcycle fair. No details on the machine exist on MV Agusta’s public or press sites, but we can expect a 200+hp superbike that’s ready for racing homologation.

Superbike/Supersport:

  • F4 RC – $46,000
  • F4 RR ABS – $26,498
  • F4 ABS – $19,498
  • F3 800 AGO – $24,598
  • F3 800 EAS ABS – $15,798
  • F3 675 EAS ABS – $14,298

Sport-Naked:

  • Brutale 1090 RR Corsa ABS – $22,498
  • Brutale 1090 RR ABS – $18,998
  • Brutale 1090 ABS – $15,998
  • B3 800 EAS ABS RR – $15,498
  • B3 EAS ABS Italia – $13,798
  • B3 800 EAS ABS – $12,798
  • B3 675 EAS ABS – $11,998
  • Dragster EAS ABS RR – $17,798
  • Dragster EAS ABS – $14,798

Urban:



  • Rivale EAS ABS – $13,798
  • Stradale EAS ABS – $14,598

Touring:

  • Turismo Veloce – $15,998
  • Turismo Veloce Lusso – $18,998

Source: MV Agusta USA

Jensen Beeler

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