MV Agusta Launch
Yew Heng Group, the sole distributor for MV Agusta bikes in Singapore, launched its first touring motorcycle within its dynamic lineup – the 2015 MV Stradale 800, on 23rd July in conjunction with celebrations of its official take over for Singapore’s MV Agusta Motor distributorship earlier this year. Four dealers here will promote the brand and facilitate repairs.
Yew Heng Group revealed that they have brought in almost all the general spare parts available for the 10 MV Agusta bike models available here, like the F4RR, Stradale 800 and Dragster 800 to name a few. This will cut down waiting times for customers who require parts for their bikes. Yew Heng Group will also be working closely with MV Agusta so that requested parts are shipped over within two weeks rather than taking months to arrive.
“We want to educate riders that MV Agusta has evolved and is making a comeback with its warranty and spare parts support. This will be time consuming and that is why giving our customers the assurance and education about the brand direction is important,” said Michael Ang, Managing Director of Yew Heng Group.
MV AGUSTA STRADALE 800
MV Agusta’s first attempt at a touring motorcycle is best described as “the right bike every time, whatever the road”, according to press material. The MV Agusta Stradale 800 stands out for its supermoto good looks, derived from the MV Agusta Rivale. The know-how acquired in years of building the best exotics now allows MV Agusta to blur the lines behind sport and touring, comfort and performance with the Stradale 800 Traction control, electronic quickshifter, ABS with rear-wheel lift-up mitigation, multiple engine maps: the Stradale 800 incorporates a comprehensive array of MV Agusta technology. A specially designed frame, side panniers with integrated light clusters, increased suspension travel, 16-litre fuel tank. Each component has been designed to provide unique riding sensations. Whether you’re into sports-style riding. Or touring. Or both.