FS: 2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone ABS - 23,138 mi - SOLD

FS: 2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone ABS - 23,138 mi - SOLD Image

FS: 2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone ABS – ZGULWUB06GM200283 – 23,138 mi – $4,999.00

This particular V7II was purchased new at the infamous Moto International in November 2016.   Its only had one owner, maintenance performed by dealers along the way, last big service was at 22,411.  We gave it a good look over,m it needed a new battery and a bit of clean up but it turned out great!  It has fallen over the driveway once or twice and there is a slightly bent front brake lever and a hard to spot dent in the tank at the back.  There are a nice set of Denali driving lights, Dart windscreen and a Guzzi large luggage rack out back.  These V7’s tend to sell fairly quick here at SUB so if you are planning for a new ride this Spring, don’t hesitate on this one.

Here’s a bit from various reviews;

Moto Guzzi is a brand unlike any other. Now in its 95th year of uninterrupted production, Guzzi remains entirely authentic in its retro appeal. Some other manufacturers resort to conjuring up a pseudo historical style and attempt to breed in some characteristics of yesteryear.  Long heritage of charming air-cooled V-Twins with pushrods: check. Fervent devotion to a historic brand: check. Ardent respect for nationalist design: check. Huge success all over the globe.

The V7 II massages the V7 platform, with the biggest changes being the rotation of the engine 4 degrees forward in the chassis and the addition of a sixth gear to the transmission. Traction control is now standard equipment, as is an ABS system from Continental.  As usual, the Guzzi’s V-Twin plays a key role in the riding experience, with its pair of cylinders jutting out from both sides of the fuel tank and the whole bike rocking to the right when its throttle is blipped. The 90-degree vee architecture (like Ducatis) ensures a smooth engine that sounds wonderful to gearheads. A rev limiter halts the party at a relatively low 7200 rpm, but it wasn’t unusual for me to find myself cruising all the way up at 5000 rpm because the mill is so creamy other than intermittent tingles through the pegs and bars.  The V7 II’s riding position is about perfect for this style of bike, with a moderately sporty forward lean to the bars without placing any pressure on wrists. Legroom is quite sufficient, and the footpegs slightly rear-set are reasonably comfortable.

Classy dual gauges with chrome bezels look authentically retro while having modern displays for time and ambient temperature. Traction control, which has a fairly low level before intervention, can be switched off by holding down the starter button.  Narrow Pirelli Sport Demon tires help aid the V7’s transitional responses and have more than enough grip to drag pegs when heeled over.  “While certainly capable of getting up and going in a relative hurry,” Evans Brasfield comments, “the V7’s stateliness carries through in its deliberate handling and engine character.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook, Instagram and the Web

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FS: 2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone ABS - 23,138 mi - SOLD

FS: 2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone ABS - 23,138 mi - SOLD Image

FS: 2016 Moto Guzzi V7 II Stone ABS – ZGULWUB06GM200283 – 23,138 mi – $4,999.00

This particular V7II was purchased new at the infamous Moto International in November 2016.   Its only had one owner, maintenance performed by dealers along the way, last big service was at 22,411.  We gave it a good look over,m it needed a new battery and a bit of clean up but it turned out great!  It has fallen over the driveway once or twice and there is a slightly bent front brake lever and a hard to spot dent in the tank at the back.  There are a nice set of Denali driving lights, Dart windscreen and a Guzzi large luggage rack out back.  These V7’s tend to sell fairly quick here at SUB so if you are planning for a new ride this Spring, don’t hesitate on this one.

Here’s a bit from various reviews;

Moto Guzzi is a brand unlike any other. Now in its 95th year of uninterrupted production, Guzzi remains entirely authentic in its retro appeal. Some other manufacturers resort to conjuring up a pseudo historical style and attempt to breed in some characteristics of yesteryear.  Long heritage of charming air-cooled V-Twins with pushrods: check. Fervent devotion to a historic brand: check. Ardent respect for nationalist design: check. Huge success all over the globe.

The V7 II massages the V7 platform, with the biggest changes being the rotation of the engine 4 degrees forward in the chassis and the addition of a sixth gear to the transmission. Traction control is now standard equipment, as is an ABS system from Continental.  As usual, the Guzzi’s V-Twin plays a key role in the riding experience, with its pair of cylinders jutting out from both sides of the fuel tank and the whole bike rocking to the right when its throttle is blipped. The 90-degree vee architecture (like Ducatis) ensures a smooth engine that sounds wonderful to gearheads. A rev limiter halts the party at a relatively low 7200 rpm, but it wasn’t unusual for me to find myself cruising all the way up at 5000 rpm because the mill is so creamy other than intermittent tingles through the pegs and bars.  The V7 II’s riding position is about perfect for this style of bike, with a moderately sporty forward lean to the bars without placing any pressure on wrists. Legroom is quite sufficient, and the footpegs slightly rear-set are reasonably comfortable.

Classy dual gauges with chrome bezels look authentically retro while having modern displays for time and ambient temperature. Traction control, which has a fairly low level before intervention, can be switched off by holding down the starter button.  Narrow Pirelli Sport Demon tires help aid the V7’s transitional responses and have more than enough grip to drag pegs when heeled over.  “While certainly capable of getting up and going in a relative hurry,” Evans Brasfield comments, “the V7’s stateliness carries through in its deliberate handling and engine character.

Financing available O.A.C. – Credits cards accepted, up to a $150.00 documentation fee may be charged

Seattle Used Bikes
4905 Aurora Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
dave @ seattleusedbikes.com
Closed Sun/Mon Find us on Facebook, Instagram and the Web

tags: craigslist, cycletrader, moto guzzi, V7 Stone, V-twin, Italian Sport bike,  ebay, triumph, classic, KTM, Ducati, naked bikes, seattle, craigslist, Cycletrader, ebay, pnwmoto, pnwriders,  Yamaha, Kawasaki, classic, Suzuki,  KTM, Ducati, Honda, nakedbike, washington_riders, 1979,1980,1981,82,83,84,95,96,97,88,89 1990, 1991,92,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,2000, 01,02,03,04,05,06,07, 08, 09. 2010, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18