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2020 Moto Guzzi Eldorado
2020 Moto Guzzi Eldorado

Specs

General Information

Manufacturer
Moto Guzzi
Moto Guzzi
Model Year
2020
2020
Model
Eldorado
Eldorado
Model Code
GU9032808USL01
GU9032808USL01
Color
Nero Classico
Nero Classico

Brakes/Wheels/Tires

Brakes

Front - Double 320 mm stainless steel foating disc, Brembo radial calipers with 4 opposed pistons. ABS system as standard

Rear - 282 mm stainless steel fixed disc, Brembo foating caliper with 2 parallel pistons. ABS system as standard

Front - Double 320 mm stainless steel foating disc, Brembo radial calipers with 4 opposed pistons. ABS system as standard

Rear - 282 mm stainless steel fixed disc, Brembo foating caliper with 2 parallel pistons. ABS system as standard

Wheels

Front / Rear - 16 in. spoked

Front / Rear - 16 in. spoked

Tires

Front - 130 / 90 B16

Rear - 180 / 65 B16

Front - 130 / 90 B16

Rear - 180 / 65 B16

Dimensions

Length
96.2 in. (2,445 mm)
96.2 in. (2,445 mm)
Weight

Dry - 683 lb. (310 kg)

Wet - 763 lb. (346 kg)

Dry - 683 lb. (310 kg)

Wet - 763 lb. (346 kg)

Seat Height
29.1 in. (740 mm)
29.1 in. (740 mm)

Drivetrain

Transmission
6-speed
6-speed

Engine

Engine
90° V-twin engine, 4-stroke, 4 valves per cylinder
90° V-twin engine, 4-stroke, 4 valves per cylinder
Cooling
n
n
Horsepower
Maximum - 96 hp (71 kW) @ 6,500 rpm
Maximum - 96 hp (71 kW) @ 6,500 rpm
Displacement
1,380 cc
1,380 cc
Bore x Stroke
104 x 81.2 mm
104 x 81.2 mm
Torque
Maximum - 89.2 ft. lb. (121 Nm) @ 3,000 rpm
Maximum - 89.2 ft. lb. (121 Nm) @ 3,000 rpm
Ignition
Double
Double
Fuel Capacity

5.4 gal. (20.5 l)

Reserve - 1.3 gal. (5 l)

5.4 gal. (20.5 l)

Reserve - 1.3 gal. (5 l)

Operational

Front Suspension
Standard fork, 45 mm, with radial brake caliper mounting bracket and telescopes on the stanchions
Standard fork, 45 mm, with radial brake caliper mounting bracket and telescopes on the stanchions
Rear Suspension
Swingarm with double shock absorber, adjustable spring preload
Swingarm with double shock absorber, adjustable spring preload

Other

Additional Colors

Rosso Pregiato

Nero Classico

Rosso Pregiato

Nero Classico

Features

Features

  • The flashback effect comes out in the details: the spoke wheels, the fuel tank with chromium sides, the oversize saddle, the rear mudguard with the gem-shaped taillight, the bullhorn handlebar, the passenger grab handle. With a lower setup thanks to the new sixteen inch spoke wheels that mount whitewall tyres (130/90 on the front and 180/65 on the rear), attention is drawn to the new wraparound mudguards. The front has a particularly “clean” design which enhances the powerful front end, whereas the rear, on the other hand, is the element that draws the most attention on this ultra elegant Moto Guzzi. Its smooth and generous shape integrates with the new full cover shock absorbers, the gem-shaped rear light cluster and the classic rounded turn indicators.
  • At the front the Eldorado, like the Touring and Custom models, is also distinguishable by its original complex surface headlight with polyelliptical light equipped with LED daylight running light (DRL). Speaking of digital technologies, the instrumentation is particularly satisfying, contained in a 150 mm diameter circular panel with the analogue rev counter scale finding its place along the external circumference and a multifunction full-matrix suspended display at the centre, all packaged neatly, like a luxury watch, in a bright chromium housing.
  • You never get on the Eldorado, but rather you settle comfortably into the saddle. Positioned just 724 mm from the ground, the new saddle, together with the generous floorboards an the comfortable bullhorn handlebar grip, is an invitation to take a seat, press the start button and let the asphalt roll under your feet for at least 300 kilometres, which is the minimum range guaranteed by the sculpturesque 21 litre fuel tank.
  • If the road is a never-ending Interstate Highway you can activate cruise control by pressing the button on the right-hand electric block and sail along as you listen to the throbbing 90° V-twin filtered by the big block's elastic-kinematic mounting system, knowing that if you need or desire it, the cardan final drive will be ready to unleash up to 120 Nm onto the tarmac at 2,750 rpm. Technically unchanged, the twin cylinder confirms its monumental architecture enhanced by the polished valve covers with Moto Guzzi silk-screened on them and the tight and smoothed cooling fins. The engine is an absolute benchmark in its category for engine capacity-performance-consumption ratio thanks to excellent thermodynamic performance combined with advanced Ride-by-wire multimap electronic management. This technology allows the rider to choose one of three engine management maps: Turismo, Veloce and Pioggia. And that's not all: the dynamic performance of the vehicle is also kept under control by its latest generation traction control system (MGCT) which can be adjusted on three actuation levels in order to increase active safety without impacting performance and riding pleasure.

Features

  • The flashback effect comes out in the details: the spoke wheels, the fuel tank with chromium sides, the oversize saddle, the rear mudguard with the gem-shaped taillight, the bullhorn handlebar, the passenger grab handle. With a lower setup thanks to the new sixteen inch spoke wheels that mount whitewall tyres (130/90 on the front and 180/65 on the rear), attention is drawn to the new wraparound mudguards. The front has a particularly “clean” design which enhances the powerful front end, whereas the rear, on the other hand, is the element that draws the most attention on this ultra elegant Moto Guzzi. Its smooth and generous shape integrates with the new full cover shock absorbers, the gem-shaped rear light cluster and the classic rounded turn indicators.
  • At the front the Eldorado, like the Touring and Custom models, is also distinguishable by its original complex surface headlight with polyelliptical light equipped with LED daylight running light (DRL). Speaking of digital technologies, the instrumentation is particularly satisfying, contained in a 150 mm diameter circular panel with the analogue rev counter scale finding its place along the external circumference and a multifunction full-matrix suspended display at the centre, all packaged neatly, like a luxury watch, in a bright chromium housing.
  • You never get on the Eldorado, but rather you settle comfortably into the saddle. Positioned just 724 mm from the ground, the new saddle, together with the generous floorboards an the comfortable bullhorn handlebar grip, is an invitation to take a seat, press the start button and let the asphalt roll under your feet for at least 300 kilometres, which is the minimum range guaranteed by the sculpturesque 21 litre fuel tank.
  • If the road is a never-ending Interstate Highway you can activate cruise control by pressing the button on the right-hand electric block and sail along as you listen to the throbbing 90° V-twin filtered by the big block's elastic-kinematic mounting system, knowing that if you need or desire it, the cardan final drive will be ready to unleash up to 120 Nm onto the tarmac at 2,750 rpm. Technically unchanged, the twin cylinder confirms its monumental architecture enhanced by the polished valve covers with Moto Guzzi silk-screened on them and the tight and smoothed cooling fins. The engine is an absolute benchmark in its category for engine capacity-performance-consumption ratio thanks to excellent thermodynamic performance combined with advanced Ride-by-wire multimap electronic management. This technology allows the rider to choose one of three engine management maps: Turismo, Veloce and Pioggia. And that's not all: the dynamic performance of the vehicle is also kept under control by its latest generation traction control system (MGCT) which can be adjusted on three actuation levels in order to increase active safety without impacting performance and riding pleasure.