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Old 09-11-2014, 10:00 PM   #1
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2015 Moto Guzzi Griso 1200 8V SE and V7 Stone | FIRST LOOK

Moto Guzzi kicks off its 2015 line with the latest Griso, the 1200 8v SE. It’s billed as “one of the most beguiling motorcycles in Moto Guzzi’s 93-year history,” and it’s hard to argue with that. It’s powered by one of the company’s trademark 90-degree V-twins, this one displacing 1200cc. Other features include shaft drive, fully adjustable suspension, radial-mount front calipers, and a wide handlebar. For 2015 there’s a special-edition Rosso Trophy version, with a black chassis, racing footrests, black instrument-panel covers, red double-stitched saddle lining, and red-accented spoke wheels. MSRP is $12,990.

The 750cc Stone, a perennial best seller in Moto Guzzi’s line, returns in 2015 with more options than ever. The retro V-twin gets a restyle to emphasize its minimalist mission statement by replacing some of the chrome with black. The shocks, the fenders, the side panels, and the mirrors are updated with a black finish, too. Technical improvements to the Stone include the ability to cover over 250 miles on a tank of gas, and extending limited-service intervals to 6200 miles. You can get your own rolling Stone in three colors, a gloss-finish Rosso Corposo, a “militaristic” satin-finish Verde Agata, and a stealthy Matte Black. MSRP is $8490.

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