Moto Guzzi wants everything at the most perfect stage before handling over things to their most valuable customers. And the firm has chosen the greatest driving road in the world, the Stelvio Pass in the Italian Alps, to test the final production lineuped motorcycles. The Stelvio Pass is over 9,000 feet from the sea level and has 84 hairpins! The Stelvio 1200 NTX is formed out from there only. That's why the name just like this. This adventure tourer is bagged with ABS, Automatic Traction Control, aluminum side bags, hand guards, adjustable wind screen, saddle height, handlebar, clutch levers, foot pegs and lot more.
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The Stelvio 1200 NTX is all about adventure packed in style. The trendy fuel tank, lightweight fairing, fine lines and sculpted shapes with the distinctive element of the Stelvio design gives this adventure bike a very distinct look and the on-top fairing, windshield and the half-fairing with integrated turn indicators make this Moto Guzzi bike a well-packed adventure tourer.
The Stelvio 8V has a cutting-edge, aggressive and dynamic look complemented by the versatile features in showcasing efficient aerodynamic protection, practically twice fold range capacity with the outstanding new fuel tank with a 32-litre record capacity and a completely renovative cockpit with brand new graphs on the onboard control panel. The 1,151 cc 90° V-twin, 4-stroke engine is more refined and powerful than the usual and produces a maximum torque of over 113 Nm delivered at just 5,800 rpm and a maximum output of over 105 HP; where it attains an automobile-level speed @ 7,250 rpm. The big engine is tuned to make adventure rides on all terrains a very pleasurable experience.
The Stelvio 8V has a new upper twin spar frame, made of high-strength steel, with 2.5mm thick directional tubes. The frame setup is made to give high rigidity and stability to the motorcycle. The suspension duties are performed with front end controlled by a new upside-down Marzocchi fork, with 45mm stanchions and 170mm travel. The rear suspension is done with Sachs unit that works on a 155mm stroke. The suspension setup is done to a neutral setting for taking up all the actions of the Stelvio faces on different terrains and riding conditions.
For safety, a Continental ABS system is fitted as standard on the Stelvio 1200 8V. The front brakes are of 320mm discs with a new holder flange, while a 282mm disc comes as the rear braking system. The overall weight of the bike is 272 kg.