MV Agusta Launches F3 800 AGO Tribute Bike

The F3 800 AGO from MV Agusta promises to be amazing. Well, as far as the features and specs are concerned, the bike lives up to its expectation.

If you have always loved and appreciated what the Italian bike maker, MV Agusta, have offered, then their recent launch is even more awesome and it looks prettier too. Isn’t that good news? 

The trendy bike manufacturer from Italy has now unveiled a brand new special edition motorcycle – The F3 800 AGO. The popular bike maker, with its new launch, the AGO, aims to pay respect and tribute to the renowned, celebrated, and 15 times world champion – Giacomo Agostini. 

The built of the F3 800 AGO

The entire built of the bike has a pretty classic and conventional look to it. Carrying on with the tradition and heritage of MV Agusta, the new baby from the company has an array of sophisticated features powered by contemporary tools and equipment; thus making is not only a fast running beast on the road, but a much safe also. Riders would feel a lot safer with the AGO, because the bike has some really amazing protection features. This new bike from MV Agusta boasts of the company’s – Motor & Vehicle Integrated Control System (MVICS), state-of-the-art Bosch 9MP ABS with rear wheel lift management (RLM) and also a Race mode; this, of course, in addition to the disengageable 8-level traction control system that the bike so proudly sports. 

Features of the F3 800 AGO

This bike looks awesome! And most of the coolness that this bike exudes comes from the way it is made. The F3 800 AGO, along with a sports-style plate holder, has machined aluminum pegs and also forged rims that are 2 kg lighter than the stock ones. The motorcycle also comes with 320 mm front rooters that are squeezed by 4 pots Brembo calipers which are complemented by an amazing 22 mm rear disc. How cool is that? 

Well, the amazing features just doesn’t end here; for the records just 300 units of the MV Agusta F3 800 AGO will be produced and each of these would be adorned with an Agostini signature right on the tank and also a numbered silver plate mounted on the yoke, which would obviously come with an authenticity certificate. 

For all those who are planning to buy this awesome piece of machine, the price can be a real issue. The makers have decided to keep the price at Rs. 24.6 lakh. Yes, it is on the higher side, but the features and specs are really too good to be true.

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