Everyone from hipsters to crusty old fogies loves Guzzi’s V7, or at least the idea and the stature of it. However, it seemed a bit dated, even the V7 II introduced a couple of years ago.
For 2017, Guzzi is introducing the V7 III, with an updated double-cradle steel frame with revised geometry and new suspension. Changes to the engine net a claimed 10% increase in power, now to a purported 52 ponies at its crank.
Three models are slated to come to the USA: Stone, Special, and Racer, as well as a fourth, limited-edition Anniversario model. Prices and availability are yet to be announced, so for now satisfy yourself with the video below.
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