The V7 marches on
First seen in 1967, the Moto Guzzi V7 is still going strong and for 2015 features several worthwhile updates. While retaining the proven 90º v-twin engine, the 2015 V7 II has a new closeratio six speed transmission, ABS, traction control and redesigned clutch. The engine itself has been tilted forward by 4 degrees which gives an extra three centimetres of leg room. The V7 is available in three models; the V7 II Stone, with alloy wheels in either red or black at $14,000 ride way, the V7 II Special at $14,500 ride away, and the V7 II Racer, which will be available in the second half of the year with pricing to be announced. Also available in March will be a selection of accessory kits; Dark Rider, Scrambler, Dapper and Legend. Accessories can be purchased individually, allowing V7 owners to create their own personal motorcycle.
The V7 II Special in red.
The V7 II Racer fitted with the Dapper (café Racer) kit.