In 2012, MV Agusta shook things up with a new triple-based sportbike with a price that Motorcycle.com called ‘almost affordable.’ Despite the cheap-for-MV pricing, the F3 offered electronic features that the F4 lacked and a more reasonable riding position for the street.
MCN called it “one of the best looking motorcycle creations ever,” and it had the poke to match with 128 horsepower. You also got 43mm Marzocchi forks, a Sachs rear shock (both fully adjustable), Brembo brakes, traction control, adjustable engine braking, ride by wire throttle, and a quickshifter.
This example has a higher-than-I-expected-for-MV 26,417 miles…and that’s all the dealership has to say about it, annoyingly. Photos show a Zero Gravity windscreen, decal delete, rim tape on the rear wheel, clear taillight lens, tank pad, and a tail tidy. I’d personally prefer to see the red livery and it looks like the passenger seat has been host to a tailbag for many miles, but there is something to the white on red frame. What say you?
Find this MV Agusta for sale in New Orleans, Louisiana here at TTRNO Motorbikes for $5,499.
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