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At the 2021 MG National Rally, Hamlin's was there with V7-850s which were available for demos. I had just come off a few hour ride on my 2015 V7 Special that I really liked, and figured it would be a perfect time to demo the V7-850. I was hoping to return from the demo not being that impressed with the upgrades, and put and end to my wandering eye. Jim Hamlin asked what I was riding, when he found out I had a 2015 he just said "prepare to be impressed!" I'll be damned if he wasn't right.
Looks like $6600 right now.
HOLY COW - sold for $10,000 plus fees!
When I test rode a 21 V7 850, I was impressed by much more than the increase in power. As others have said, the power increase is noticed, but it does not change the basic character of the bike, does not turn it into a speed demon. I was most impressed with the suspension improvements. The Series 3 always felt to me as if it was over-sprung and under-damped as do so many new bikes that try to save some money on production costs. I would have counted on at least $1,000 in suspension work if I had bought one of those. The new V7 850 to me felt ready to go with no changes needed in that area. If an older 750 was for sale at a price that left room for a suspension mod, I would look seriously at it, but that's just me, I am sure lots of folks like the bike as is.
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