The company recently updated its line up to meet Euro-IV standards. The F3 800 had gone off sale when the norms came into place, but it will now resume sales by September. Some bikes are currently undergoing homologation tests here.
MV has stated that engine noise has reduced by 50 percent, while exhaust emissions have also reduced by 48 percent. The bike’s chassis is now more rigid, thanks to new frame mounting points. MV claims this bike makes peak power of 144hp, which is 4hp less than the older bike, however, we expect the bike to be more refined.
There could be a slight increase in price over the previous F3 800.