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2014 MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR Comparison Photo Gallery

Does the Brutale 1090 RR have what it takes to win against other four-cylinder streetfighters in 2014? See the bike in action in the 2014 MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR Comparison photo gallery and read the full review in the 2014 Four-Cylinder Streetfighter Shootout.

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2014 Four-Cylinder Streetfighter Shootout – Torque Graph
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2014 Four-Cylinder Streetfighter Shootout – Horsepower Graph
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The MV has a very compact rider triangle making it difficult to get comfortable on for taller riders.
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The Brutale has considerable sporting performance in its DNA. It was also voted the best looking even though it is a few years old now.
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At $18,998, the 2014 MV Agusta Brutale 1090RR is the most expensive motorcycle in this contest. Based on its looks, performance and build quality, we think it is well worth the price.
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The Brutale 1090RR is powered by a water-cooled 1078cc Inline Four engine. It delivers a reasonable amount of power but lacks the top-end punch of the Aprilia and BMW.
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ABS comes standard on the Brutale for 2014. The system offers excellent calibration and along with its sturdy hard parts the MV boasted the best stopping performance.
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The MV’s suspension components work well offering a good comprise between sport and comfort.
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The MV’s gearbox felt the stickiest and wasn’t as smooth-feeling as the other bikes. It could also benefit from an electronic quickshifter.