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2020 Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone S
2020 Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone S

Specs

General Information

Manufacturer
Moto Guzzi
Moto Guzzi
Model Year
2020
2020
Model
V7 III Stone S
V7 III Stone S
Model Code
GU9032136USL01
GU9032136USL01
Color
Grigio Sportivo
Grigio Sportivo

Brakes/Wheels/Tires

Brakes

Front - Stainless steel floating discs Ø 320 mm, Brembo caliper with 4 differentiated and opposed pistons. ABS system as standard

Rear - Ø 260 mm stainless steel disc, 2-piston floating caliper. ABS system as standard

Front - Stainless steel floating discs Ø 320 mm, Brembo caliper with 4 differentiated and opposed pistons. ABS system as standard

Rear - Ø 260 mm stainless steel disc, 2-piston floating caliper. ABS system as standard

Wheels

Front - 18 in. lightweight alloy

Rear - 17 in. alloy

Front - 18 in. lightweight alloy

Rear - 17 in. alloy

Tires

Front - 100 / 90 - 18 (110 / 80 R18 as alternative)

Rear - 130 / 80 - 17

Front - 100 / 90 - 18 (110 / 80 R18 as alternative)

Rear - 130 / 80 - 17

Dimensions

Weight

Dry - 432 lb. (196 kg)

Wet - 470 lb. (213 kg)

Dry - 432 lb. (196 kg)

Wet - 470 lb. (213 kg)

Seat Height
30.3 in. (770 mm)
30.3 in. (770 mm)

Drivetrain

Transmission
6-speed
6-speed

Engine

Engine
90° V-twin, 4-stroke
90° V-twin, 4-stroke
Horsepower
Maximum - 52 hp (38 kW) @ 6,200 rpm
Maximum - 52 hp (38 kW) @ 6,200 rpm
Displacement
744 cc
744 cc
Bore x Stroke
80 x 74 mm
80 x 74 mm
Torque
Maximum - 44.2 ft. lb. (60 Nm) @ 4,900 rpm
Maximum - 44.2 ft. lb. (60 Nm) @ 4,900 rpm
Emissions
EPA, CARB, Transport Canada
EPA, CARB, Transport Canada
Fuel Capacity
5.5 gal. (21 l) (including 1 gal reserve)
5.5 gal. (21 l) (including 1 gal reserve)

Operational

Front Suspension
Hydraulic telescopic fork, Ø 40 mm
Hydraulic telescopic fork, Ø 40 mm
Rear Suspension
Light alloy swingarm, 2 shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload
Light alloy swingarm, 2 shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload

Features

Features

  • V7 III STONE, EVEN MORE ECLECTIC AND ESSENTIAL: The Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone now has a stronger and more personal aesthetic connotation than it ever had before. Eclectic and essential, it foregoes any chrome parts, embracing the darkness of its matte black paintwork. Sticking with V7 tradition, though, it is also available in other attractive, satin-finish colors inspired by typical 70’s shades besides Nero Ruvido (matte black): Azzurro Elettrico (blue), Verde Camouflage (green) and Giallo Energico (yellow). The total “dark matte” look characterizes the V7 III and distinguishes it from the other V7 versions, but that is not the only difference. The V7 III Stone is the only V7 III that arrives with spoked wheels and single circular display instrumentation. The front fender was also shortened to highlight its essential sporty look.
  • THIRD GENERATION CELEBRATES V7 50th ANNIVERSARY: To celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the V7, which arrived in Italy in 1967, Moto Guzzi introduces the V7 III. This third-generation V7 is completely revamped to maximize owner satisfaction and riding pleasure, while leaving the motorcycle’s originality and authenticity unaltered.
  • MORE PLEASURE TO OWN AND RIDE A V7: Though power was increased by 10% due to a new 90-degree transverse V-twin engine, the V7 remains Moto Guzzi’s entry-level model. The V7 III Stone retains the stylistic personality of the original V7 model, but with a much more mature and robust attitude--primarily to the presence of the dual pipe exhaust manifold and cylinder heads, both oversized.
  • CHASSIS ARCHITECTURE: GUARANTEE OF QUALITY: The Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone features a redesigned chassis. The steel frame maintains the dismountable double cradle layout of its predecessor and the same weight distribution (46% front; 54% rear), but the front part has been completely revamped and reinforced. The V7 III Stone chassis introduces a new steering geometry that guarantees more dynamic cornering, and sharper handling and stability--a setup that meets all the riding needs of the modern biker. Furthermore, the entire structure has benefited from a painstaking finishing operation on the details, including the welds and the paint. The new are Kayaba shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload. This suspension provides a more progressive and controlled response in any situation, even while riding two-up. Passenger comfort was also improved due to a revised seating position, and repositioned footpegs, which are now lower and farther forward. The rider's position changes, although not by much, due to the lower seat, now 30.3” high, and the new aluminium foot pegs. The seat/handlebar/pegs rider triangle now caters to any size of rider. The chassis structure revamping is completed by the rear brake master cylinder with built-in reservoir that optimizes braking duties.
  • REVISED ENGINE: UNIQUE CHARACTER AND SOUND: There are many excellent twin cylinder engines in the world, but there is only one transversal V-twin, and it is the Moto Guzzi twin. This transverse powerplant was born in 1967 out of an ingenious intuition by Giulio Cesare Carcano, and characterized by a configuration of the cylinders so particular that it made it an integral part of the bike's design, like a true modern art metallic sculpture.
  • SAFETY: A MOTO GUZZI ASSET: The V7 III Stone has an ABS system and a new adjustable MGCT (Moto Guzzi Traction Control) system that can also be disabled. The ABS is a two-channel Continental system that prevents the wheels from locking up during intense braking, and the two-level traction (wet or dry conditions) control prevents rear-wheel spin in acceleration.
  • MOTO GUZZI MEDIA PLATFORM: CONNECTS V7 III STONE TO THE WORLD: The Moto Guzzi multimedia platform is available as an option for the new V7 III Stone. MG-MP allows you to connect the bike to your smartphone. Thanks to a dedicated application, downloadable free from App Store and Google Play, your smartphone (iPhone or Android) becomes an actual sophisticated on board multifunctional computer and the link between the vehicle and the Internet.
  • THE DETAILS THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE: The figure "750", indicative of the number of specimens produced, evokes the iconic "seven-half" displacement of Mandello. The letter "S" of its name pays homage to the sporting vocation that characterized the Moto Guzzi of the 70s. Two elements that make it even more unique.

Features

  • V7 III STONE, EVEN MORE ECLECTIC AND ESSENTIAL: The Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone now has a stronger and more personal aesthetic connotation than it ever had before. Eclectic and essential, it foregoes any chrome parts, embracing the darkness of its matte black paintwork. Sticking with V7 tradition, though, it is also available in other attractive, satin-finish colors inspired by typical 70’s shades besides Nero Ruvido (matte black): Azzurro Elettrico (blue), Verde Camouflage (green) and Giallo Energico (yellow). The total “dark matte” look characterizes the V7 III and distinguishes it from the other V7 versions, but that is not the only difference. The V7 III Stone is the only V7 III that arrives with spoked wheels and single circular display instrumentation. The front fender was also shortened to highlight its essential sporty look.
  • THIRD GENERATION CELEBRATES V7 50th ANNIVERSARY: To celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the V7, which arrived in Italy in 1967, Moto Guzzi introduces the V7 III. This third-generation V7 is completely revamped to maximize owner satisfaction and riding pleasure, while leaving the motorcycle’s originality and authenticity unaltered.
  • MORE PLEASURE TO OWN AND RIDE A V7: Though power was increased by 10% due to a new 90-degree transverse V-twin engine, the V7 remains Moto Guzzi’s entry-level model. The V7 III Stone retains the stylistic personality of the original V7 model, but with a much more mature and robust attitude--primarily to the presence of the dual pipe exhaust manifold and cylinder heads, both oversized.
  • CHASSIS ARCHITECTURE: GUARANTEE OF QUALITY: The Moto Guzzi V7 III Stone features a redesigned chassis. The steel frame maintains the dismountable double cradle layout of its predecessor and the same weight distribution (46% front; 54% rear), but the front part has been completely revamped and reinforced. The V7 III Stone chassis introduces a new steering geometry that guarantees more dynamic cornering, and sharper handling and stability--a setup that meets all the riding needs of the modern biker. Furthermore, the entire structure has benefited from a painstaking finishing operation on the details, including the welds and the paint. The new are Kayaba shock absorbers with adjustable spring preload. This suspension provides a more progressive and controlled response in any situation, even while riding two-up. Passenger comfort was also improved due to a revised seating position, and repositioned footpegs, which are now lower and farther forward. The rider's position changes, although not by much, due to the lower seat, now 30.3” high, and the new aluminium foot pegs. The seat/handlebar/pegs rider triangle now caters to any size of rider. The chassis structure revamping is completed by the rear brake master cylinder with built-in reservoir that optimizes braking duties.
  • REVISED ENGINE: UNIQUE CHARACTER AND SOUND: There are many excellent twin cylinder engines in the world, but there is only one transversal V-twin, and it is the Moto Guzzi twin. This transverse powerplant was born in 1967 out of an ingenious intuition by Giulio Cesare Carcano, and characterized by a configuration of the cylinders so particular that it made it an integral part of the bike's design, like a true modern art metallic sculpture.
  • SAFETY: A MOTO GUZZI ASSET: The V7 III Stone has an ABS system and a new adjustable MGCT (Moto Guzzi Traction Control) system that can also be disabled. The ABS is a two-channel Continental system that prevents the wheels from locking up during intense braking, and the two-level traction (wet or dry conditions) control prevents rear-wheel spin in acceleration.
  • MOTO GUZZI MEDIA PLATFORM: CONNECTS V7 III STONE TO THE WORLD: The Moto Guzzi multimedia platform is available as an option for the new V7 III Stone. MG-MP allows you to connect the bike to your smartphone. Thanks to a dedicated application, downloadable free from App Store and Google Play, your smartphone (iPhone or Android) becomes an actual sophisticated on board multifunctional computer and the link between the vehicle and the Internet.
  • THE DETAILS THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE: The figure "750", indicative of the number of specimens produced, evokes the iconic "seven-half" displacement of Mandello. The letter "S" of its name pays homage to the sporting vocation that characterized the Moto Guzzi of the 70s. Two elements that make it even more unique.