The Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone now has a stronger and more personal aesthetic connotation than it ever had before.
Eclectic and essential, it foregoes any chrome parts, embracing the darkness of its matte black paintwork. Sticking with V7 tradition, though, it is available in very attractive, satin-finish colors inspired by typical 70’s shades, Nero Ruvido (matte black) and Verde Camouflage (green).
The total “dark matte” look characterizes the V7 III and distinguishes it from the other V7 versions, but that is not the only difference.
The V7 III Stone is the only V7 III that arrives with spoked wheels and single circular display instrumentation. The front fender was also shortened to highlight its essential sporty look.
Freight and PDI included.
Though power was increased by 10% due to a new 90-degree transverse V-twin engine, the V7 remains Moto Guzzi’s entry-level model.
The V7 III Stone retains the stylistic personality of the original V7 model, but with a much more mature and robust attitude--primarily to the presence of the dual pipe exhaust manifold and cylinder heads, both oversized.
But some things should not change, such as the metal fuel tank with its 5.5-gallon capacity and style that’s inspired by the magnificent 1971 V7 Sport. The aluminium fuel cap is no longer flush with the tank line, but it is a screw cap and, as in the previous models, it has a lock.
Other new style elements on the V7 III Stone are:
- - Newly design injector covers
- - Sleeker side fairings
- - New saddle
- - New Turn Signals
- - 1.5” Wider Mirrors for increased visibility
- - New Instrumentation
The rich catalog of dedicated accessories includes the MG-MP, the Moto Guzzi multimedia platform that connects your smartphone to your vehicle, providing an exceptional quantity of useful travel information.
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