The 2021 Dragster Rosso is the first step when getting into the Dragster family and is priced as such. It comes in at a lower cost when compared to its RR brother – meaning that it’s a great option for riders seeking the MV Agusta streetfighter experience without paying the premium.
Although you save some money on the bike overall, you do lose some benefits as a result. The motorcycle’s 798cc inline-three engine has been detuned and as a result, sheds a total of 30 horsepower to bring the total power figures to 110 horsepower and 61.2 l-ft of torque. Along with power, you also sacrifice those amazing spoked wheels found on the full RR edition as they are swapped out for traditional cast wheels.
Beyond the detune and some small aesthetic changes, you’ll still have the comfort in knowing that the Italian company doesn’t cut corners when it comes to their “entry-level” motorcycles. Much of the same tech found on the $30k MV Agusta motorcycles in their 2021 lineup make its way across the entire lineup of bikes.
This motorcycle features the same tech features that stretch across many of their motorcycles for the 2021 model year. Bosch ABS (that features rear-wheel lift-up mitigation), an updated ride-by-wire system, and 8-level adjustable traction control.
The 2021 MV Agusta Dragster 800 Rosso starts at $15,630 USD / $12,990 EUR.
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Price: $15,630 USD / $12,990 EUR
The “Dragster” family ethos at a lower cost
Regular cast rims when compared to the RR version’s spoked wheels
The same inline-three shared with the Brutale 800 family
Eight levels of traction control and four riding modes
Four-piston Brembo calipers
ABS, TC, RLM ( Rear Wheel Lift-Up Mitigation)
Engine: 798cc inline-three
Power: 110 BHP
Torque: 61.2 lb-ft
Dry Weight: 370.8 lb (168 kg)
Seat Height: 33.27 inches (845 mm) at lowest point
The MVICS with full Ride-By-Wire has been further improved. There are eight levels of traction control on offer, and four riding modes: Sport, Race, Rain, Custom. Changing the character of the engine has never been so quick and intuitive — it’s just like having four bikes in one.
Hi-Tech for everybody
For 2021, the Dragster Rosso has received all the technical and electronic updates of the Dragster range, incorporating them into a more urban configuration. The plates on the frame, the new linkage of the shock absorber, the suspension settings, the saddle with brand-new padding: all make the experience of riding the Dragster Rosso more rewarding, with less exertion.
Quality braking system
Performance and safety: mission accomplished thanks to the pair of four-piston Brembo radial callipers on the front end. More latest-generation features include the ABS (anti-lock braking system) developed by Continental, with cornering function and RLM (Rear wheel Lift-Up Mitigation).