V7 850

The unmistakable lines of the V7 remain, but the new 850cc Euro 5 engine stands out for its greater cubic capacity and generous exhaust pipes with different arrangements. Apparently it does not stray from the solid aesthetic standards of Moto Guzzi, but it is a real epochal leap in terms of performance, reliability and riding fun.


V7 I – II (2007 – 2017)

The Moto Guzzi V7 Classic was presented at the 2007 Milan motorcycle show. It is essentially the “Breva 750” model. Since 2012, the V7 has been produced in the Moto Guzzi V7 Stone, V7 Special and Moto Guzzi V7 Racer versions with new 50 horsepower engines which from the following year are brought to 48. From 2014, the version called V7 II introduces disengageable traction control , ABS, gearbox that goes from 5 to 6 gears and some minor functional improvements.


V7 III (2020)

An evolution of the V7 III, it offers the updated LED light for the headlight, direction indicators and rear light. The bike has a more streamlined profile thanks to the lowered positioning of the headlight and instruments, to a new short and slim rear mudguard, which integrates the stop light support, and to the also renewed one of the license plate holder. The saddle is finished with the Moto Guzzi logo embroidered in gray thread.


V7 III (2017 – 2020)

Browse products compatible with V7 III models:

V7 III Anniversary (2017 – 2018) | V7 III Carbon (2017 – 2018) | V7III Limited (2018) | V7 III Milan (2018 – 2020) | V7 III Racer (2017 – 2020) | V7 III Rough (2018 – 2020) | V7 III Special (2017 – 2020) | V7 III Stone (2017 – 2020)


V9 (2016 – 2020)

Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer and V9 Bobber models produced until 2020, masterpieces equipped with the legendary 90° transverse V-twin engine, ready to offer all riders superior riding pleasure and style that is always at the highest levels.


V9 (2021 – 2022)

From 2021, completely renewed in the 850 cc twin-cylinder engine with 65 hp and 73 nm, and in the advanced frame that enhance driving pleasure and emotion. Style always at the highest levels, with new finishes, new footrests and new saddle.