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- MV Agusta Rush (2021) With Euro 5 and more electronics
- With Euro 5 and the same performance
- Optional racing kit
- More electronics
- Optics with fighter jet bonds
- opinion poll
New motorcycle items for 2022
MV Agusta has revised the Rush for the 2021 model year.
The Hyper-Naked Bike now complies with Euro 5.
Conceptually, the rush was left untouched.
It is also limited to 300 copies in the 2021 model year.
The price is now 38,800 euros.
Numerous DLC-coated components are said to have reduced the internal friction of the 1,000-series four-cylinder.
In the cylinder head, camshafts rotate with adapted timing, the valves are located in new guides, the primary drive has been revised and a newly tuned engine management together with a new manifold guarantees compliance with Euro 5 requirements.
Passenger seat bun with alibi function.
Characteristic rear view with round tail light and four tailpipes.
Features include cruise control and launch control.
Seat rolls with Alcantara cover and yellow contrasting stitching.
The Rush carries a lot of visible carbon.
Steering damper from Ohlins.
The output remains unchanged at 208 hp.
The maximum torque drops by 0.5 Nm to 116.5 Nm.
The Rush comes with a racing kit as an option.
It arrives in an exclusive wooden box.
With the racing kit, there are 212 hp in the data sheet.
The 5.5-inch TFT display offers many new options …..
… and setting options.
MV Agusta Rush (2021): With Euro 5 and more electronics
MV Agusta Rush (2021)
With Euro 5 and more electronics
The MV Agusta Rush is entering the 2021 model year with a larger electronics arsenal, a new color scheme and a Euro 5-compatible engine.
The Rush is the most extreme naked bike interpretation in the MV Agusta model range. For the 2021 model year, the Italians have further sharpened the nude, and forcibly adapted it to Euro 5.
With Euro 5 and the same performance
Numerous DLC-coated components are said to have reduced the internal friction of the 1,000-series four-cylinder. In the cylinder head, camshafts rotate with adapted timing, the valves are located in new guides, the primary drive has been revised and a newly tuned engine management together with a new manifold guarantees compliance with Euro 5 requirements. A new gearbox sensor ensures optimized gear changes via quickshifter and blipper, and a reinforced clutch is supposed to better withstand loads during starts via Launch Control. The bottom line is that after the revision, the four-cylinder continues to develop 208 hp at 13,000 tours. The maximum torque drops negligibly by 0.5 Nm to 116.5 Nm at 11,000 revolutions. If the optional racing kit is installed, there should be 212 hp at 13,600 rpm.
Optional racing kit
The latter includes an SC Project exhaust system with carbon covers, new software for the engine control, a cover for the pillion seat roll, milled hand levers with lever protectors, a milled fuel cap, modified brake discs as well as an exclusive motorcycle tarpaulin and an instrument cover. Everything nicely packaged in a wooden box with a certificate of authenticity.
Building on a new electronics platform from Continental, the MV Agusta Rush now has a multi-configurable, color 5.5-inch TFT display with integrated navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and GPS tracking, wheelie control, cornering ABS, cruise control and leek control.
Optics with fighter jet bonds
Unchanged in terms of hardware, the chassis with its Ohlins spring elements adapted in the set-up, the spoked wheel at the front and the partially covered forged rim at the rear moves into the new model year. The seat cushions are now covered with Alcantara and equipped with yellow contrasting stitching. MV Agusta has also refreshed the forged footrest system.
The color concept for the 2021 model year relies on a gray basic color, a lot of visible carbon surfaces and subtle yellow accents. The Italians speak of a visual proximity to combat aircraft.
The new MV Agusta Rush, again limited to just 300 copies, is available for prices starting at 38,800 euros. So 4,800 more than in the previous year. MV also stocks a specially designed AGV Pista RR helmet and other items of clothing exclusively for Rush customers.
Categorization as a collector’s item justifies any pricing?
Voted 812 times
Yes, such models are always worth the money.
No, in many cases they are simply exaggerated.
MV Agusta has revised the Rush for 2021. A new color, more electronics and Euro 5 characterize the Hyper-Naked-Bike. However, the price of almost 39,000 euros is steep.
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