More than 50 years after the release of its very first model, Moto Guzzi is happy to introduce the V7, a significant new evolution in the history of the motorcycle. The 2022 V7 850 Moto Guzzi Classis Bike offers better performance and comfort than ever for the ideal fusion of traditional elegance and contemporary technology.
However, two things can be relied upon to remain unchanged: the calm character and authenticity ingrained in every Moto Guzzi bike.
Despite being quicker, more comfortable, more equipped, and more sophisticated than ever before, the new V7 nonetheless has the same unique Moto Guzzi personality.
2022 V7 850 Moto Guzzi Classis Bike – Features and Specs
Designed for impact
The V7 has long been considered a classic, and its distinctive appearance is a significant part of motorcycle history. Still, this most recent model to come out of Mandello raises the bar in terms of design. With a bigger engine and exhaust pipes along with a revised layout, this version is more complete than its predecessor. You might even say it is more mature and grown up. The universal joint gearbox and wheel have been expanded toward the back, and the Kayaba shock absorbents are more robust than before.
More Comfortable than Ever
The redesigned longer-travel dual shock absorbents, two-tier seats, and upgraded rider foot peg support contribute to a more pleasant riding experience. The chassis now contains steel parts in the steering head area.
The Heart of the Eagle
An all-new 850cc engine, which complies with Euro 5, is notable for its expanded capacity and the innovative design of its oversize exhaust manifold. Although this model hardly deviates from the typical Moto Guzzi aesthetic in terms of appearance, performance, dependability, and riding enjoyment have undergone a significant shift.
A sleek profile is produced with revised side panels, a shorter rear mudguard, and a new exhaust system. While several further improvements have been added to the performance side of things to increase comfort and stability, the best-selling model from Moto Guzzi still has the precise renowned handling.
52 horsepower at 6,200 rpm up to 65 horsepower at 6,800 rpm, a 25% increase in maximum power. More than 80% of the available torque is accessible at 3,000 rpm, and the torque jumps significantly from 60Nm at 4,250rpm to an astonishing 73 Nm at 5,000 rpm.
The Moto Guzzi V7 Stone has new full LED optics, featuring a front headlamp with DRL in the shape of the Guzzi eagle. Additionally, the instrument panel has a new LCD single-face circular fully-digital display that is entirely in keeping with the bike’s svelte, modern design.
The Stone has brand-new sports-style aluminum wheels, and the back has a more extensive 150/70 Tyre section.
The famous transverse V twin-cylinder receives an additional injection of power, creating a masterpiece that blends simple elegance and the different Moto Guzzi attitude and offers an unmatched riding experience. However, the distinctive character of the original is preserved, and the V7 STONE provides enough comfort for the rider and any lucky passengers thanks to its excellent handling, stability, and ergonomics.
2022 V7 850 Moto Guzzi Classis Bike – Price
The new 2022 V7 850 Moto Guzzi Classis Motorcycle is available at $8,990 only.
2022 V7 850 Moto Guzzi Classis Bike – Technical Specifications
|Type||Transversal 90-degree, V-twin, two valves-per-cylinder|
|Bore x Stroke||84 mm x 77mm|
|Maximum power||64 hp (47,8 kW) – 6.800rpm|
|Maximum torque||53 ft-lbs (73 Nm) – 5.000rpm|
|Front Suspension||Hydraulic telescopic fork 40mm|
|Rear Suspension||Swingarm Twin-sided including two spring preload adjustable shock absorbers.|
|Front brake||Stainless steel floating disk 320mm, Brembo caliper with four differentiated and opposed pistons.|
|Rear brake||Stainless steel disk Ø 260 mm, floating two-pistons caliper.|
|Front-wheel||Lightweight alloy, 18” 100/90.|
|Rear wheel||Lightweight alloy, 17” 150/70.|
Dimension and Weight
|Seat height||30.7 in|
|Dry weight||436.5 lbs|
|Kerb weight||480.6 lbs|
|Fuel tank||5.5 gal (1.05 gal reserve)|
|Compliance Meets||European Directive Euro 5.|
|CO2 Emissions||119 g/km (CO2)|