Thursday, March 21, 2013

2013 Moto Guzzi Bellagio Priced at Rs. 15.2 lakh

Piaggio India, along with the Italy based motorcycles manufacturing unit called Moto Guzzi, launched a new vehicle for the year 2013 called Bellagio. Moto Guzzi Bellagio becomes just the second bike to be launched in India and this will be sold in the Indian market through a single motorcycle dealership called Northwards Motors. The first bike that was launched by Moto Guzzi in India was Griso 1200 sports bike. Northwards Motors also sells Aprilla motorcycles in Gurgoan. The bike gives the superb old style look with extraordinary built capacity. Moto Guzzi Bellagio price is INR 15.2 lacs, ex-showroom Delhi. The high pricing of this motorcycle is because it is shipped to India through the completely built unit(CBU) route with the utmost care and cushioning provided to it. The launched it very recentlyand the bookings are now opened. It is expected that the motorcycle will be reached after 6 weeks of booking.

Moto Guzzi Bellagio

Moto Guzzi Bellagio pictures an aesthetic appearance and at the same time it has got some aggressive looks. The outstanding feature of this bike is the engine given to it. It is powered by a 935vv V-Twin engine that is air cooled. It operates on an 8 valve DOHC set up and outputs a peak power of 74 PS while peak torque is rated at 78 Nm. The bike features a 6 speed manual gearbox. The gearbox powers the bike through the shaft drive system to give the torque to the rear wheel. The total weight of the bike is 224 kilograms while is quite heavy for a regular guy. The seats give comfort cushion to the rider but the pillion may face some problem due to the smaller in size seating. The standard fuel tank of this motorcycle is 19 liters. More than any other bike, this motorcycle gives the user the utmost comfort while riding in the city or on the highways with great versatility.

Moto Guzzi Bellagio

Moto Guzzi Bellagio features wheels with spokes and has disc brakes both on the front and the back tyres. The disc brakes at the front tyre is handled by two disc brakes while the rear tyre handles only one disc brake. Suspension on the front part consists of telescopic forks and the rear end of the motorcycle has monoshock suspension unit. The overall look of the bike is so marvelous and reminds us of the age old motorcycles that existed in India like Yezdi or Rajdoot bikes. The bike is currently available only in Black color. Piaggio India is planning to launch more Moto Guzzi bikes in the Indian market. The Bellagio is pitched against the Ducati Streetfighter and the premium CKD models from the stables of Harley-Davidson.

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