Moto Guzzi USA says the 2006 Breva V 1100, a part of Moto Guzzi’s “Italian Eagle” relaunch in the United States, is currently being shipped to dealers.
The Breva V 1100 (MSRP $12,490) features the next generation of Moto Guzzi’s trademark 90-degree V-twin engine with electronic fuel injection, plus a new Moto Guzzi patented Shaft Drive transmission technology.
The Breva’s newly designed engine and twin spark ignition ensure reliable combustion levels while improving emissions. The new, patented Compact Reactive Drive Shaft system integrates the drive shaft inside the aluminum alloy swing arm.
Moto Guzzi celebrates its 85-year anniversary this year. Moto Guzzi became a part of the Piaggio Group in 2004. The Piaggio Group also manufactures Vespa, Aprilia, Derbi and Piaggio brands.
The Breva V 1100 is available in a range of colors, including Corsa red, classic Guzzi black and grey.
Additional optional features include windshield, storage top case, side bags, a lower seat, alarm system and a nonscratch motorcycle cover with Breva 1100 logo. psb
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