2012-10-31 10:44:34+0000
  • Make:
  • MV Agusta
  • Model:
  • Brutale 1090
  • Year:
  • 2013

For 2013, the MV Agusta Brutale line up has three models, each with varied levels of awesomeness. The new Brutale 1090, the 1090 R and the 1090 RR have been redesigned to have a distinctly new looks for 2013.

All three Brutale's have common characteristics, yet vary on unique design touches, engine tweaks, frame, suspension, brakes and color choices. When it comes to similarities the three bikes share a 1,078cc engine, water and oil cooled radiators, traction control systems, have a single-sided swingarm, 50mm diameter inverted forks, radial front caliper brakes, modular frame and tubular steel trellis with aluminum plates.

The 2013 MV Agusta Brutale's tout strong handling characteristics resulting from an even more refined suspension for this new model year.

Here is a list of characteristics for each model:

Brutale 1090

  • Contour illumination taillights, stock rearview mirrors

  • 144 hp at 10,300 rpm, 112 Nm of torque

  • 1430mm wheelbase

  • Tunable shocks, rebound and spring preload adjustments

  • Two front 310mm disc brakes, 210mm steel rear brakes with four piston calipers

  • Paint: Matte Black - Matte Pearl - Matte Metallic Grey

Brutale 1090 R

  • Contour illumination headlights, indicators are integrated within mirror

  • 144 hp at 10,300 rpm, 112 Nm of torque

  • 1430mm wheelbase

  • Tunable shocks, rebound and spring preload adjustments

  • Two front 310mm disc brakes, 210mm steel rear brakes with four piston calipers

  • Paint: Metallic Black - Pastel Red - Silver

Brutale 1090 RR

  • Contour illumination headlights, indicators are integrated within mirror

  • 158 hp at 11,900 rpm, 100 Nm of torque at 10,100 rpm

  • 1438mm wheelbase

  • Tunable shocks, rebound and spring load adjustments, adjustable hydraulic compression

  • Two front 310mm disc brakes, 210mm rear brakes, Brembo monoblock front calipers

  • Paint: Pastel Red/Silver - Metallic Gold/Pearl White - Metallic Blue/Pearl White

The distinctions between the models may seem small but MV Agusta promises they'll have a big impact on control, rideability and performance. For more information see: The Official News Post here

EatSleepRIDE will be at the EICMA show in Milan, Italy in November checking out these three and so many other new bikes, so stay tuned!

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  • alex
  • 2012-11-03T10:16:58-04:00

Have to say, I'm more excited by the Brutalina - the 675 version based off of the F3. It looks great and will be a top seller for them I feel. early reviews were also very good