Moto Guzzi Breva V750 ie

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£5239
Available from
2004
A cool, fresh looking, guzzi for new riders.
It’s not the fastest thing in the world and more experience riders will be left wanting a bit more oomph
It’s a reliable, good looking workhorse that is comfortable and does the job but it does lack that extra spark to really get the juices flowing

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A nice looking, comfy unthreatening ride for smaller riders but still suspect mechanical relaibility

Strengths

Looks good, sounds quite good, comfortable, very unthreatening, good for shorties

Weaknesses

Despite better build quality still suspect reliability in my opinion (gearbox for me), slowish, don't like twin rear shocks, ride not brilliant

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Overall Review

A nice looking, comfy unthreatening ride for smaller riders but still suspect mechanical relaibility

Strengths

Looks good, sounds quite good, comfortable, very unthreatening, good for shorties

Weaknesses

Despite better build quality still suspect reliability in my opinion (gearbox for me), slowish, don't like twin rear shocks, ride not brilliant

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Submitted by BlindLemonAde on Fri, 20/06/2014 - 16:23

Overall Review

If you're a Guzzi fan, nothing else will do. If you can service it yourself, fix the occasional electrical gremlins, and keep up the tlc, you'll love it. If not, there's a Honda dealer just down the road.

Strengths

It's a Guzzi. It feels like a proper engine, none of your "sewing-machine" inline fours here! Maintenance is simple - four valves, screw and locknut tappets, three oils to change. People have done high mileages, and long trips, on these little Brevas. It's comfortable, and not too heavy.

Weaknesses

The seat's a bit high, and the suspension's a bit basic; it would be better if it had two front discs, especially two-up. While the power is OK, it's not exciting, and the prehistoric two-valve Heron-head design means tuning isn't an option. Keep it clean and polished, or the finish will deteriorate rapidly. A Honda, it ain't...

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