140 hp MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR America Launched at 18.73 Lakh

Brutale 800 RR America price is lower than the regular version for some reason…

Kinetic’s Motoroyale, which is the official distributor of MV Agusta motorcycles in India, has launched the exotic Brutale 800 RR America in India. Introduced as a limited edition, only five units of the the super naked have been earmarked for our market.

Brutale 800 RR America joins the regular variant with the difference being the colour theme. MV Agusta introduced an ahead-of-its-time motorcycle S America 750 back in the 1975 which was propelled by an in-line four cylinder engine with air cooling and DOHC which could produce 75 hp of power. The ‘America’ theme was first revived by this very motorcycle.

The Brutale 800 RR America continues to be mechanically identical to its regular trim and produces 140 bhp of peak power and 87 Nm of max torque from its 798cc in-line three-cylinder engine.

Brutale 800 RR America Price

Brutale 800 RR AmericaRs 18.73 Lakh

*price ex-showroom

Ajinkya Firodia, Managing Director of Motoroyale Kinetic said,

MV Agusta bikes have a legacy of innovation, safety, speed and style. The limited edition ‘America’ model has it all- striking looks, maximum performance and the sportiest ride. With the launch of the Brutale 800 RR America, we at Motoroyale have reinforced our objective of bringing the most premium bikes in the world to riders in the Indian market. In 2018, we launched seven models from some of the biggest global brands and we are building on our exceptional product repertoire with this first launch in 2019

Brutale 800 RR America price

It comes in the typical red, white and blue colour theme and features concealed passenger grab rails, light weight sub-frame, Marzocchi USD fork, Sachs monoshock etc.

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Motoroyale currently sells brands such as MV Agusta, Norton, SWM, FB Mondial and Hyosung in India. It has dealerships in Thane-Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Kochi.

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