MV Agusta F4 Launches In India At A Price Of Rs. 25.5 Lakh

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MV Agusta launches the F4 superbike in India at a premium price of Rs. 25.5 lakh ex-showroom (Pune). The motorcycle brand is known for developing ‘Art on Two-wheels' and is partnering with Kinetic group for the Indian market.

Kinetic Group and MV Agusta recently revealed Brutale 1090 and F4 motorcycles in Pune. Booking requests of both motorcycles is being accepted through website, which is the official web page for MV Agusta in the Indian market.

Currently, MV Agusta is working on setting up its dealership network across India. The first exclusive outlet will be inaugurated in Mumbai, followed by Pune, Bengaluru and Delhi. All outlets will be 3S facilities taking care of every demand of the customer.

Also Read: MV Agusta Brutale 1090 Launched In India

Powering the MV Agusta F4 is an inline four-cylinder 998cc, liquid-cooled engine. The engine is tuned to produce 192.25bhp and 110.8Nm of peak torque output. Engineers have paired the engine with a 6-speed gearbox.

The F4 superbike is equipped with several electronic aids for an easy riding experience. MV Agusta provides Motor and Vehicle Integrated Control System(MVICS), Electronically Assisted Shift(EAS), Torque Shift System, Lean Angle Sensor, 8-Stage traction control, and ELDOR electronic package with ride-by-wire.

In India, the MV Agusta F4 will compete with the likes of Ducati 1299 Panigale superbike. The F4 is a premium and luxury superbike and both Italian superbike makers are eager to succeed in the Indian market.

Post the launch of MV Agusta F4 and Brutale 1090 motorcycles in India, the superbike maker will be getting the F3 superbike to India at 2016 Auto Expo in New Delhi. By next year, MV Agusta is expected to have it's showrooms up and running as well.

MV Agusta F4 in pictures:

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Story first published: Thursday, October 22, 2015, 9:27 [IST]
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