Moto Guzzi brought V85 TT at EICMA 2017 with almost all new components that involved a new engine too with an engine capacity of 853cc that delivers 80 HP and with an exceptional rate of 80 Nm Torque at 5,000 rpm.

The Mandello twin boasts not only of the excellent ride at lower revs but can reach 8000 rpm with ease. The other components that were new build were Chassis.

Guzzi engineers made another remarkable achievement by reducing the longitudinal development of the new small block engine that allowed very long swingarm, for safe and intuitive riding.


To get better riding experience Moto Guzzi introduced three different riding modes Road, Rain, and Off-road.

Each of these Riding Modes corresponds to a different engine mapping and a different ABS and MGCT traction control calibration, as well as a different response from the Ride-by-Wire accelerator control.

With all these goodies you certainly expect the bike to do well in the market and YES it is doing. We came to know from LA Times that How Moto Guzzi is coming back with V85 TT.

Engineers in Mandello plant are working overtime that shows how the demand graph has gone up. Also, the workforce is now twice as compared to build V85TT that will compete with likes of BMW’s GS, KTM’s Adventure, Ducati’s Multistrada and Triumph’s Tiger machines.

In the last six months, more than 70% of trade-ins on purchases of the V85 TT are from non-Moto Guzzi owners.

“That was our goal, to take new customers from the other brands,” production manager Nello Mariotti said recently as he guided a group of visitors through the factory. “We must make owners of other brands know, what is Moto Guzzi.”

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