Published on 15 Jul 2011 by Alison
Yesterday we brought you pics of the new MV Agusta F3 Serie Oro but with a few random people posing around the bike and no official details. Now the company has released it all, announcing the standard F3 price to be €11,900. Production time has been brought forward by four months, and so the first models will start to roll off assembly lines by the end of this year.
As we had already suspected yesterday, the F3 Serie Oro version will be significantly more expensive than that standard price. Although no official announcement has been made, it is expected to be nearly €25,000. In any case, here are the Serie Oro official pics and details, and contrary to yesterday’s idea, the wheels are not magnesium but are aluminium. It’s immediately recognisable for the gold-tint forks and uses a multiple-layer paint scheme for a glossy touch.
Other features include the Ohlins suspension, radial Monobloc Brembo calipers, a TTX rear shock and steering damper, and DID Gold final chain transmission. The absence of magnesium might make you wonder if it’s worth it, while that MV Agusta artisan touch will probably make you think it is. With only 200 models to be made, it’s a dilemma unlikely to apply to most of us.