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About MV AGUSTA
MV Agusta, which is also known as an Italian motorcycle manufacturing company, began as an offshoot of the Agusta aviation company. Count Giovanni Agusta founded the brand in 1923. Unfortunately, Count Giovanni died in 1927 has his wife and sons Corrado, Mario, Vincenzo, and Domenico were left with the control of the company. A few years after World War II, Count Vincenzo, alongside his brother, Domenico, revived the brand. This action was to save the jobs of workers of the company. It was also done to satisfy the need for cheap and efficient transportation after the war.
Vespa 98 was the prototype motorcycle this brand produced in 1945. Through the 1950s and 1960s, MV Agusta recorded success in the production of small displacement, Café racer style bikes with 125 cc and 150 cc. Unfortunately, this company experienced a fall in the level of production and had to start producing larger displacement bikes in small quantities. The models manufactured range from 250 cc, 350 cc, and 600 cc to 700 cc. In 1971, Count Domenico Agusta died, and the company experienced a decrease in the production of motorcycles. It was closed down in 1980.
The company was revived by F4 750 OroCagiva, who bought the MV Agusta trademark's name in 1991. After six years, the first new MV Agusta bike was produced by the new firm. The motorcycles produced were four-cylinder 750 cc sports bikes. The production of 750 cc motorcycles was put to halt in 2004 when the first 1,000 bikes were introduced. In honor of Ayrton Senna, who was once a Formula One Champion, MV Agusta manufactured a limited number of F4 1,000 and F4 750 cc Senna editions. In December 2004, MV Agusta was sold to the Malaysian carmaker Proton as a result of its massive debt. The following year, GEVI SpA bought this brand from Proton and refinanced it. By 2006, the ownership of MV Agusta was returned to Italy. Today, the company is owned by Giovanni Castiglioni, the son of Claudio Castiglioni, who held the company for an extended period. Likewise, models from MV Agusta are all produced from the Castiglioni Research Centre in Italy.
Supported VIN CHECK FOR MV AGUSTA Models
|MV AGUSTA||350 S||1970 - 1978||3|
|MV AGUSTA||Brutale||2000 - present||65|
|MV AGUSTA||DRAGSTER||2015 - present||3|
|MV AGUSTA||F4||2000 - present||38|
|MV AGUSTA||500||1976 - 1977||1|
|MV AGUSTA||F3||2011 - present||12|
|MV AGUSTA||F4 1000 SENNA||2005 - 2006||1|
|MV AGUSTA||832 Monza||1977 - 1978||1|
|MV AGUSTA||750 F4 AGO||2002 - 2003||1|
|MV AGUSTA||98||1944 - 1948||1|
|MV AGUSTA||150 RS||1959 - 1964||1|
|MV AGUSTA||125 g.t.l.s.||1969 - 1971||1|
|MV AGUSTA||Turismo||2013 - present||6|
|MV AGUSTA||125||1959 - 1978||4|
|MV AGUSTA||125 Monoalbero Corsa||1952 - 1956||1|
|MV AGUSTA||850 MAGNI||1977 - 1979||2|
|MV AGUSTA||F4 1000||2004 - present||6|
|MV AGUSTA||250||1967 - 1968||1|
|MV AGUSTA||800||1977 - 1978||2|
|MV AGUSTA||750 S America||1975 - 1977||1|
|MV AGUSTA||600||1966 - 1967||1|
|MV AGUSTA||Rivale||2014 - present||2|
|MV AGUSTA||1000 S Corona||1978 - 1979||1|
|MV AGUSTA||750||1971 - 1975||3|
|MV AGUSTA||Stradale||2014 - present||1|
|MV AGUSTA||350||1977 - 1978||1|
|MV AGUSTA||1100||1979 - 1980||1|
|MV AGUSTA||350 Scrambler||1970 - 1971||1|
|MV AGUSTA||175 Monoalbero||1954 - 1955||1|
|MV AGUSTA||350 GT||1970 - 1973||1|
|MV AGUSTA||F4 750||2004 - present||1|
|MV AGUSTA||350 S Ipotesi||1974 - 1977||1|
|MV AGUSTA||1000||1980 - 1981||1|
|MV AGUSTA||175||1954 - 1955||1|
|MV AGUSTA||750 GT||1971 - 1974||1|
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