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I have almost 11k miles on my V7II and the only issue was an oil leak which was covered underwarranty.Rumor has it that the V7III is better, not by much, but better.As far as the dealer being 125 miles away that isn't a make or break issue. If you want the dealerto do the 600 mile service it would be a great excuse to schedule a ride to have it done.Are you comfortable doing fluid changes? Doing valve checks? Really, if I can check valves anyone can!Or again schedule a ride to the dealer. Or do you have a local independant shop that can do servicing?That's about it for maintenance issues. As has been stated the newer Guzzi's seem to be a reliable bike.BUT you have to be comfortable with your decision. There are a lot of great options out there.The WildGuzzi bunch is great for giving opinions. As you can see!Best of luck and whatever brand you decide on remember you are always welcome here....Ride safe and often,Jeff
... I am VERY worried. Not just general maintenance, I think I can make that work with some local help. Breakdowns are a whole nuther matter....
I can’t understand why guzzi owners are so hard on the brand? Personally, I think that it is because guzzis are still easy to work on and we create problems just to tear into them.
Thanks gents. I'm listening. What you said about the NC750 is all correct. Just not my bike. You said: "Pick a bike that makes you happy and suits your needs and ride the crap out of it." I may very well do just that!!! I'm workin' on it! There is a local shop - advertising Euro repairs. Met hime once last year - congenial. Will go down to his shop tomorrow, get his thoughts.Thanks.
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