The 2007 Moto Guzzi Breva MSRP is around $8,500 and the MSRP for the 2007 Breva 1100 is around $12,500. Overall, riders tend to prefer the 2007 Breva 750 or Breva 1100 over other naked bikes and most of the motorbikes currently available. Riders favor the engine performance, reliability, lower maintenance fees, design and touring capabilities of the Breva models over most of the other bikes currently available. Riders tend to feel that both of the Breva models are more fun than most of the bikes currently on the market as well.
Surveyed Riders indicated that the Breva 1100 is perceived as providing more value for the price when compared to the Breva 750. Both of the bikes have subpar off-road capabilities but the Breva 1100 has much better racing capabilities than most of the other motorbikes currently out on the market. Riders also indicated that the Breva models are substantially safer to ride than the majority of the motorbikes currently available. The 2007 Breva models come equipped with foot pegs for both the driver and the passenger as well.
The 2007 Moto Guzzi Breva is 7.18 feet long, 28.7 inches wide and has a ground clearance of 6.9 inches. The motorbike produces around 40.3 pound-feet of torque at around 3600 rpm. The 2007 Breva 1100 is 7.2 feet long, 34.3 inches wide and has 7.3 inches of ground clearance. The Breva 1100 produces around 63.8 pound-feet of torque at 6000 rpm. Both of these bikes come equipped with a one-piece vinyl seat that is designed to accommodate two people.
The Breva 1100 is designed to endure the daily demands of the intensive rider. This advanced motorbike is easy to ride, comes fully equipped and is technically innovative as well. The bike is well-designed to lure all riders into Moto Guzzi’s distinctive approach to fabricating motorbikes that can transcend demographics.
The Breva 750 is a little easier to handle and can serve as a great starter bike for novice riders. The compact size of the Breva 750 makes it an ideal choice for riders living in metropolitan areas with extensive bouts of bumper to bumper traffic jams. The Breva 750 is nimble and effective in in the most adverse conditions, whether it’s riding through city traffic or down winding mountainous roads.