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Stopped by my dealer, Manic Moto in Queen Creek, Az, yesterday. He's a good guy and loves Guzzi. His shop is an "old school" kind of dealer run by an enthusiast. 1. His new V7 850 models will be in April 14th. He is getting 5. He needs the inventory as he is sold out of almost everything. He invited me in for a test ride. I'll take him up on it.2. The 1400's are officially gone. Guzzi's biggest bike is now 850cc. He is thinking of buying an Eldorado to keep as he liked the 1400's. He sold several to Harley riders who converted.3. His guess is the 100th Anniversary bike will be electric. But that is a guess.Mike
Waiting on my Centenario V85TT.
3. His guess is the 100th Anniversary bike will be electric. But that is a guess.Mike
No offence, but that pretty un-interesting as far as I'm concerned. <shrug>
That's just depressing......... .....The whole thing. Ciao
Because Piaggio has now positioned Moto Guzzi squarely alongside Royal Enfield as their competition?
I usually have two, sometimes three motorcycles to ride. A few years back I had a 2013 V7 that I really enjoyed. So this last winter I contacted the Moto Guzzi dealer in the Minneapolis area to buy a 2020 V85tt. Then I saw the new V7 and couldn't decide. If they were a little more aggressive I would have a V85tt in my garage. Instead I ended up buying a Honda NC750x. Why? Because the more I looked around the more I became aware of the lack of Moto Guzzi dealers, the few in my area are over 190 miles away. I think they build cool bikes, maybe great bikes, but until Guzzi can figure out how to build a dealer network I am afraid they are doomed. And I still want a V7.
I don't know how I'd feel about an Italian electric bike.
More shakeup in Guzzi North America last fall. Don't get your hopes up for any meaningful change. Thank God for Hamlin.
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