The Moto-Guzzi brand is one of the oldest and most prominent brands in the world that provides the number of unusual bikes. An all-new 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone Night Pack Classic Motorcycle is among those bikes on which this brand feels proud. This model is known by its significant stylistic and functional changes i.e., new LED lights have been used to ensure high lighting power of headlights, turn indicators and taillights.
This Moto Guzzi model is purely designed by its low positioning of the headlight with an instrument cluster boasts with the new rear mudguard, short and sleek on which the brake light bracket is united as well as the license plate holder. The heat welding characterizes the dedicated saddle and the embroidered Moto Guzzi logo enhances it. The Stone Night Pack is available in classic Nero Ruvido livery, Bronzo Levigato and Blu Pungente variations. Besides, the full review of 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone Night Pack with its price and specifications are given below.
2019 Moto-Guzzi V7 III Stone Night Pack Classic Motorcycle – Features and Price
It is the third generation of the Moto Guzzi bike that is considered to be an ideal bike for riding. Its authentic and robust character were featuring the typical Moto Guzzi characters and its transversal V-Twin engine offering an eye-catching view. The primary goal of the bike is to achieve the best style and standard equipment with ultimate performance on the road. The first impression of the Moto Guzzi V7 III provides a mature and sturdy bike appearance due to its dual-pipe exhaust manifolds and engine heads. This bike features the metal fuel tank that has the carrying capacity of 21 liters and has inspired styling.
The stylish injector covers including the side fairing with their sleek shape. Each model contains a dedicated saddle with brand new graphics and coverings. The V7 III Stone Night Pack has rough and carbon that includes a single circular instrument display, in-line with their image as essential bikes. The speedometer has an analog dial that provides all the information being contained in the digital box i.e., partial and daily trip, odometer, trip time, instant ad average consumption, average speed, air temperature and MGCT. The rider interacts with instrumentation using the button on the right side of the electrical block. The Moto Guzzi MIA (Multimedia Platform) connects the smartphone to the vehicle offering exceptional quality of information.
The 2019 Moto Guzzi Stone Night Pack Classic Bike features the stylish ultra-fine and legendary frame and suspension. This bike has a glorious history has was being used in LAPD. The steel frame maintains the double-cradle tubular layout plus it provides the best weight distribution i.e. 46% front and 54% rear. This third-generation bike features an entirely revamped and reinforced front end including steering geometry for dynamic performance. The overall finishing of the bike is mind-blowing and it included the welding and paintwork.
The suspension system comprises up of the rear system including a pair of Kayaba shock absorber which is adjustable in spring preload. Thanks to the superior quality and inclination of the fixing point of the frame. They give a progressive and controlled response in any situation, even when the two are riding on the bike. The passenger can feel and admire the comfortable seating position thanks to its low and forward positioning of the footpegs. The saddle-handlebar-footpegs gives an ideal riding position thanks to the lower saddle and precise positioning of the aluminum footpegs.
An all-new Moto Guzzi 2019 V7 III Stone Night Pack Classic Bike features the twin-cylinder engine offering an ultimate performance of all times. It is the third evolution engine that has completely revamped and is equipped according to the new needs to ensure maximum riding pleasure. The base of this aluminum frame engine is stiffened in the focal points that adopt crankshaft with inertia being calculated to return vitality and an adequate engine braking. The lubrication system in its crankcase has been designed specially to dissipate the heat in its beat possible way plus to reduce power absorption in favor of both performance and reduction in fuel consumption.
The new ventilation system minimizes power loss due to its internal pumping of the crankcase chambers and the reduced capacity oil pump capable of absorbing less power. The oil pump intake duct is entirely new, and it has related by-pass valve and piston cooling oil jets have been introduced that gives better flow control and management valve. The alternator includes the blow-by gas output.
This latest generation engine features an entirely new cylinder head, new cylinders, and pistons in aluminum concerning the Moto Guzzi V7 II. The engine displacement is kept the same as compared to the previous 2018 Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone Night Pack Classic Bike. The timing is controlled by the pushrod and rockers system including 2-valves per cylinder and it has arranged in an included piston in the head. The fuel system is entrusted to the single-body Marelli electronic injection system being managed by an automatic control unit. The latest exhaust system is complete with dual pipe manifolds that helps in improving thermal insulation. Thanks to an auxiliary air system intake in the heads, which comes as standard with the trivalent catalytic converter, the double lambda proble, and the engine design that complies with the Euro 4 standard.
The engine can provide the maximum power up to 52 HP at 6,200 rpm while the maximum torque of 60 Nm at 4,900 rpm with a genuinely flat torque curve that provides typical character and quick response to the engine. The reduced-power version is also available in this bike that includes the limitations set by A2 class driver’s license and it is considered to be ideal for Moto Guzzi riders. There is an innovative aspect of the Moto Guzzi engine i.e., and it has a 170 mm dry single disc clutch that enhances sturdiness and reliability over time. On the other hand, it decreases the load on the lever at the handlebar and has an advantage of module ability and riding comfort. The six-speed gearbox provides the precise and smooth shifting that has been remaining unchanged as compared to the Moto Guzzi V7 II Bike.
The Moto Guzzi has always tried its best to provide the best and ultimate protection of all times . It features an ABS braking system with a fully adjustable MGCT (Moto Guzzi Traction Control) system that can be disabled like in 2019 Moto Guzzi V7 Special Motorcycle. The ABS is available in the two-channel continental order that prevents the wheels from locking up while the MGCT prevents the rear wheel spin in acceleration. The MGCT system is fully adjustable to two sensitivity levels, one more conservative and ideal i.e., in wet or slippery conditions. The second is designed to thrill riding. The MGCT system is the possibility of recalibrating the rear tire circumference that compensates for any wear or any use of tire with a different profile.
Moto Guzzi MIA
The Moto Guzzi 2019 V7 III features an innovative multimedia system, which is available as an optional accessory. This system can connect the bike with the rider’s smartphone. Thanks to the dedicated application which is available on Google Play Store and App Store for free. Once connected, the rider’s phone becomes an actual sophisticated on board multifunctional computer plus it establishes a link between the motorcycle and internet.
The Bluetooth connection lets the rider to simultaneously view the five different parameters of passengers own choice. These parameters including the speedometer, instant power, rev counter, instant and average fuel consumption, average speed and battery voltage and an extended trip computer. The “Eco Ride” feature helps to limit the fuel consumption, and it maintains eco-compatible riding conduct offering a brief assessment of the results being obtained during the trip. The “Gear Warning” function easily replicate the indications on traction control operation and it alerts the rider in the event of excessive use of available traction.
There is the number of accessories being offered for Moto Guzzi owners.
- Arrow 2 in 1 high exhaust
- Öhlins shock absorbers
- Red shock absorber springs
- Red front brake caliper
- Aluminum side panels
- Carbon side panels
- Red cylinder head covers
- Aluminum mudguards
- Carbon mudguards
- Tubular engine guard
- Fuel tank cover
- Aluminum top fairing
- Injector covers
- Aluminum brake and clutch levers
- Side panniers in leather, canvas and touring
- Luggage carrier
- Top box bag
- Tank cover band
- Saddles range
- Motorcycle cover
Moto Guzzi 2019 V7 III Stone Night Pack Classic Motorcycle – Technical Specifications
|Distribution||Two valves including light alloy pushrods and rockers|
|Max Power||38 kW (52 hp) at 6200 rpm|
|Maximum torque at the crankshaft||60 Nm at 4900 rpm|
|Exhaust system||3-way catalytic converter including a double lambda probe|
Check out the latest engine accessories as follows.
|Frame||Double cradle tubular frame in an ALS steel, including detachable elements.|
|Front suspension||Ø 40 mm hydraulic telescopic fork|
|Front suspension Travel:||130 mm|
|Rear suspension||Die-cast light alloy swingarm including two shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload (Öhlins fully adjustable for Racer)|
|Rear suspension Travel:||93 mm (80mm shock absorber stroke)|
|Front brake||Ø 320mm stainless steel floating discs, Brembo calipers including four differently sized with an opposed pistons|
|Rear brake||Ø 260mm, stainless steel disc, floating caliper with two pistons|
|Front-wheel||18-inch in the lightweight alloy (spoked for Special/Racer/Rough) 100/90 (110/80 R18 alternatively)|
|Rear-wheel||17-inch in lightweight allow (spoked for Special/Racer/Rough) 130/80|
Check out the chassis accessories as follows.
|Saddle height||770 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)|
You may need the motorcycle safety gears during ride.
|Consumption (WMTC cycle)||5.5 l /100 km|
|CO2 Emissions (WMTC cycle)||128 g/km|