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Brutale 750S (2001 - 2006) review

If you can afford one it looks amazing and goes very well. But cheaper options are also available

Ben Cope's picture
By Visordown on Tue, 1 Jan 2002 - 12:01

Brutale 750S (2001 - 2006) review
Details
Manufacturer:
MV Agusta
Category:
Naked
Price:
£ 10500
Overall
3
Character and a wicked exhaust note
Build quality, price

The MV is a hard bike to actually justify owning. It costs a lot of money, lacks power compared to the competition and doesn’t really do anything better than them. But who cares? It looks bloody brilliant!

The Brutale is a bike that really pulls at your heartstrings. The 750cc engine isn’t the most powerful, and needs to be revved, but when you do it sounds like nothing else. Add to that the excellent handling, simply stunning looks and gloss over the slightly dodgy build quality and the Brutale is a very special bike.

Better then the competition? No, not really. The TnT is a better bike, and cheaper, but the MV just has something about it.

The MV is a hard bike to actually justify owning. It costs a lot of money, lacks power compared to the competition and doesn’t really do anything better than them. But who cares? It looks bloody brilliant!

The Brutale is a bike that really pulls at your heartstrings. The 750cc engine isn’t the most powerful, and needs to be revved, but when you do it sounds like nothing else. Add to that the excellent handling, simply stunning looks and gloss over the slightly dodgy build quality and the Brutale is a very special bike.

Better then the competition? No, not really. The TnT is a better bike, and cheaper, but the MV just has something about it.

Dryweight (kg) 185
Seats 0
Seat Height (mm) 810
Suspension Front 49mm Showa usd telescopic, 118mm travel, preload compression and rebound daming
Suspension Rear Sachs monoshock, 120mm wheel travel, preload compression
Tyres Front 120/65 x 17in
Tyres Rear 190/50 x 17in
Brakes Front 2x six piston calipers, 310mm discs
Brakes Rear Four piston caliper
Wheelbase (mm) 1414
Chassis Chrome molybdenum steel tube and aluminium sections

Score Breakdown
Overall
3

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