Click here for an CycleVIN Motorcycle History Report on this 2014 MV Agusta Brutale 675. Additional photos are available here for your perusal.
In addition to being MV Agusta’s foray into the middleweight naked class, the Brutale 675 was the Italian marque’s effort to being high-end motorcycling to a wider audience at a cheaper price point.
Accordingly, the Brutale introduced several features that weren’t even optional amongst competitors in its class, such as 8-stage traction control and three individual riding modes. To complement the 675cc triple — good for 108hp and 88lb-ft of torque — MV Agusta specced the bike with 43mm Marzocchi inverted forks, a Sachs rear shock (that included built-in preload adjustment), and a set of Brembo brake calipers front and rear.
On the road, this meant that the little MV could hit 140mph flat-out and cover as many as 150 miles on a tank (assuming you were restrained with your throttle input). Motorcycle.com had this to say about the bike, “The Brutale 675 is a fantastic motorcycle that can do both fast and slow riding almost equally well, but with an emphasis on the fast.”
This example is VIN: ZCGJFGLT5EV002164. The seller purchased the bike one year ago from EuroCycle in Windsor, California.
During his ownership, the seller has covered approximately 7,000 miles. The odometer shows 17,741 miles.
The seller reports that he had the “12,000-mile service done at MV Agusta in Windsor in April 2022.”
Stainless steel Werkes USA exhaust.
Cosmetic Blemishes: please see the album up top for all known cosmetic blemishes. Here is a selection:
It is riding on a Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV tire (date code 3521) in the front and a Diablo Rosso II (date code 0521) in the rear.
Currently located in Vallejo, California, this MV Agusta is offered on a clean California title. Please note that the title is currently under hold with a lienholder (Freedom Road Financial). The seller will be providing the title within 4-6 weeks of the purchase date. Have any Brutale 675 stories or questions about this listing? Let us know in the “Comments” tab!