2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle Review Specs

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The new 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle is the third generation of motorcycles that offers incredible riding pleasure. It is one of the entry-level models that are easy to ride and is the most contained size and weight in its category. This Moto Guzzi motorcycle offers an authentic and robust character that makes sure that the rider always has fantastic riding pleasure. The primary objective behind this motorcycle is to ensure the ultimate performance on the road. The Moto Guzzi V7 III has an extraordinary personality characterized by the design that dialogues through shapes encouraged by Moto Guzzi heritage and modern motorcycle requirement. The full review of the 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle with its specification is written below.

2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle – Features

2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle

Chassis Features

The new 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Bike features the best quality chassis and a uniquely styled frame. The Moto Guzzi brand knows how to design an ultra-fine and legendary frame and suspension. The V7 motorcycles have a great history from their origins. In 1970, these models were part of the LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department) team. The double-cradle tubular layout maintains the steel frames, and the weight distribution is kept the same, i.e., 46% front and 54% rear.

The 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle is the third generation introduced with an utterly revamped and reinforced front end with diverse steering geometry to ensure dynamic performance. Great attention was paid to paintwork and overall finishing and detailing. The inclination on the fixing point of the frame offers a progressive and controlled response in all conditions. The passenger will admire its comfortable seating position, which is achieved by the low and forward footpegs positioning. The saddle-handlebar-footpegs triangulation is preferably spaced for the riders of any height, thanks to its lower saddle and correct positioning of the aluminum footpegs.

2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle

Engine Features

There are many twin-cylinder engines globally, but none can compete against the transversal V Twin engine designed by Moto Guzzi. Mr. Giulio Cesare Carcano created it in 1967 and it was characterized by the configuration of the cylinder so specific that it made it an integral part of the motorcycle’s design.

In the third evolution, it has been completely revamped concerning the unit that equipped the V7 II intending to raise riding pleasure to the maximum and guarantee higher performance and reliability. The base of the engine is made of aluminum and it is stiffened in the focal points. It approves a crankshaft with inertia calculated to return vitality and an adequate engine brake. An all-new lubrication system in the crankcase has been designed to dissipate heat in the best possible way efficiently.

There is a unique ventilation system that reduces the power loss due to the use of internal pumping of its crankcase chambers and a new reduced capacity oil pump is capable of absorbing less power. The oil pump intake duct is unique and it is related to the by-pass valve and new piston cooling oil jets that have been introduced with flow control and management valve. An all-new alternator cover includes the blow-by gas output.

2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle

The changes have been introduced a year ago that were concerned with the high part of the engine, with entirely new cylinder heads, cylinders and pistons. The bore and stroke and overall engine displacement have been changed as compared to V7 II. The timing is measured by the pushrod and rockers system with a 2-valve-per-cylinder, and they are organized in an included position in the head. The new fuel system comes with a single-body Marelli electronic injection system managed by an electronic control unit. Its exhaust system is completed with dual pipe manifolds that enhance thermal insulation. Thanks to the latest auxiliary air system intake in the heads and the double lambda probe and engine design, this motorcycle complies with Euro 4 standard.

The new 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle can reach up to the maximum power of 52 HP at 6,200 rpm which the maximum torque achieved at 60 Nm at 4,900 rpm. A reduced-power version is available, which is ideal for riders having an A2 class driver’s license. The best thing about the engine is that it’s a 170 mm dry single disc clutch that increases sturdiness and reliability over time. The latest six-speed gearbox ensures a precise and smooth shifting experience.

Safety

The Moto Guzzi always remains on top when it comes to safety. The new 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle comes with the latest ABS braking system and an all-new MGCT (Moto Guzzi Traction Control) System that can also be disabled. The ABS is a two-channel Continental system that prevents the wheels from locking up while the MGCT prevents rear wheel spin in acceleration. The MGCT system can be adjustable in two sensitivity levels with one conservative and the other is designed to cater the thrill of riding in safety and on dry roads.

2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle

Moto Guzzi MIA

The new 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle comes with the latest and innovative Moto Guzzi MIA multimedia system comes as an optional accessory. This system enables the rider to connect the motorcycle with his smartphone. There is an app available on App Store and Google Play that helps the rider establish a connection between vehicle and rider. Furthermore, the Bluetooth connective allows the rider to view five different parameters of his choice simultaneously. These parameters include speedometer, instant power, instant torque, rev counter and average fuel consumption. The Eco Ride feature helps in limiting fuel consumption and in maintaining eco-compatible riding conduct. Furthermore, the rider can also record the trip information and review it later.

Accessories

The new 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle comes with the following original accessories;

  • Arrow 2-in-1 high exhaust
  • Öhlins shock absorbers
  • Red shock absorber springs
  • Red front brake caliper
  • Aluminum side panels
  • Red cylinder head covers
  • Carbon side panels
  • Aluminum mudguards
  • Carbon mudguards
  • Tubular engine guard
  • Fuel tank cover
  • Aluminum top fairing
  • Windshield
  • Injector covers
  • Aluminum brake and clutch levers
  • Motorcycle cover

2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle – Technical Specifications

Engine

Engine capacity 744 cc
Bore 80 mm
Travel 74 mm
Distribution Two valves, including the light alloy pushrods and rockers
Max Power 38 kW (52 hp) @ 6200 rpm
Maximum torque at the crankshaft 60 Nm @ 4900 rpm
Exhaust system Three-way catalytic converter including a double lambda probe
Cooling Air

2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle Specs

Chassis

Frame All-New Double cradle tubular frame in ALS steel including detachable elements.
Wheelbase 1445 mm
Trail 106 mm
Headstock angle 26.4°
Front suspension Ø 40 mm hydraulic telescopic fork
Front Suspension Travel 130 mm
Rear suspension Die-cast light alloy swingarm including two shock absorbers having an adjustable spring preload (Öhlins fully adjustable for Racer)
Rear Suspension Travel 93 mm
Front brake Ø 320mm of stainless steel floating discs, Brembo calipers having four differently sized opposed pistons
Rear brake Ø 260mm, stainless steel disc having floating caliper including two pistons
Front-wheel 18 inches of the lightweight alloy (spoked for Special/Racer/Rough) 100/90 (110/80 R18 alternatively)
Rear-wheel 17″ in lightweight allow (spoked for Special/Racer/Rough) 130/80

2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle Specs

Dimension

Saddle height 770 mm
Length 2,185 mm
Height 1,100 mm
Minimum ground clearance 150 mm
Fuel tank capacity 21 liters (including 4-liter reserve)
Dry weight 189 kg (Special, Rough 193 kg)
Kerb weight 209 kg (Special, Rough 213 kg)

2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Rough Motorcycle Specs

Other

Consumption (WMTC cycle) 5.5 l/100 km (Racer 5.7 l/100 km)
CO2 Emissions (WMTC cycle) 128 g/km (Racer 132 g/km)