MV Agusta F3 800 RC: Same Price, Other Options

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Here’s everything you can buy for the price of the limited-edition MV Agusta F3 RC

A few days ago, MV Agusta launched the F3 800 RC in India. However, only 6 units of the special edition ‘Reparto Corse’ model will be made available to India, each retailing for Rs 21.99 lakh (ex-showroom India). If you’re someone who’d rather spend the 20-odd lakh on something else, here are all the options you can choose from.

(all prices, ex-showroom India)


Ducati Panigale V4 (Rs 20.53 lakh)

For a lakh less, you can opt for the closest thing to owning a MotoGP bike. Yes, the Ducati Panigale V4 is as bonkers as the specs suggest. Our brief encounter with it in Valencia can certainly attest to that statement. But it’s not just the explosive performance that makes the V4 so alluring. You also get a host of modern-day electronics packed into a beautifully designed bike that is sure to adorn the bedroom walls of many youngsters.


Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic (Rs 19.79 lakh)

Looking for a classic retro motorcycle that doesn’t compromise on modern day needs? The Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic is just that… well, sort of. Along with the vintage looks and a thoroughly impressive Milwaukee-Eight 107 V-twin motor, you also get features like cruise control, an LED headlight with daymaker auxiliary LEDs, an anti-theft alarm, keyless go and ABS. However, you will have to make do without traction control, riding modes and the archaic looking instrument console.

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Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX (Rs 22.89 lakh)

How about trading in your track-focused motorcycle for a supercharged sports-tourer? For a lakh more, you can just do that with the Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX. In a nutshell, the H2 SX packs all the grunt of the Ninja H2, but in a more comfortable package. Being a tourer, the clip-ons are set higher than the Ninja H2 and the footpegs are set slightly forward for a relaxed riding posture. Not to mention, Kawasaki has also made some design revisions to accommodate panniers.

Additionally, you also get a healthy package of electronics to keep you err… grounded. This includes lean-sensing cornering headlamps, a colour TFT screen and a bi-directional quickshifter.


Ducati Multistrada 1260 Pikes Peak (Rs 21.42 lakh)

If you plan on munching a lot of miles on the saddle while not compromising on comfort, the Multistrada 1260 should fit the bill. And for the price of the limited-edition F3 RC, you can opt for the top-of-the-line Multistrada 1260 Pikes Peak, which as the name suggests is the winner of last year’s annual hill-climb event.

So what do you get for this sort of money? Well, everything you get on the standard 1260 with added bits of carbon-fibre sprinkled across to keep the weight down. Additionally, you also get premium Ohlins semi-active suspension on both ends, a Termignoni exhaust system and forged aluminium wheels.

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