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Moto-Guzzi V7 Stone 850

OTR £8,000


A masterpiece that combines minimalist style and the unmistakable Moto Guzzi attitude, the iconic transverse V twin-cylinder gets an extra injection of power, delivering an unprecedented riding experience. The unique spirit of the original V7 remains untouched, however, the new has a refined chassis and ergonomics, exceptional handling and stability, whilst offering plenty of comfort for both rider and passenger.

The new 850cc Euro 5-compliant engine with increased volume and the new layout of its oversize exhaust manifold. In terms of looks, this model has barely strayed from the usual Moto Guzzi style, but when it comes to performance, we’re talking about an epic shift in terms of power, reliability and riding pleasure.

A new totally digital instrument panel awaits its rider's commands. Ideal for experienced and new Guzzi fans alike, the single circular display, shaped to recall the silhouette of an eagle, can be connected to your smartphone by means of the Moto Guzzi MIA platform.

The latest V7 STONE sports a more contemporary design, with revamped side panels embellished with a new-look logo giving the bike a more elegant appearance and showcasing the state-of-the-art engine and unmistakable metropolitan personality.


Transversal 90° V-twin, two valves per cylinder.
Displacement (cc)
Bore x Stroke
84 x 77 mm
Maximum Power
65 HP (47,8 kW) - 6.800 rpm (Also available at 35 kW, A2 driver license)
Maximum Torque
73 Nm - 5.000 rpm
6 speed
Front Suspension
Hydraulic telescopic fork Ø 40 mm.
Rear Suspension
Swingarm Twin-sided with two spring preload adjustable shock absorbers.
Front Brake
Stainless steel floating disc Ø 320 mm, Brembo caliper with 4 differentiated and opposed pistons
Rear Brake
Stainless steel disc Ø 260 mm, floating 2 pistons caliper
Front Wheel
Lightweight alloy, 18" 100/90
Rear Wheel
Lightweight alloy, 17" 150/70
Seat Height
780 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity
21 l (4 reserve)
223 kg (According to guideline VO (EU) 168/2013 with all fluids, with standard equipment and fuelled with at least 90% of usable tank volume)

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