MV upgrades its F4 superbike digitally with an effective software update for enhanced ride-ability. Find out more in the 2013 MV Agusta F4R and RR First Ride
- The F4’s engine management makes it easier to ride but we wish it had another map between that split the difference between the punchy-feeling Normal setting and the slightly slow to response Rain setting.
- The MV’s strong top-end and close ratio gearing really help it accelerate off turns.
- MV is making strides with its F4 and F4RR. The latest version is the most friendly we’ve tested to date.
- MV Agusta steadily improves its F4 superbike. It now features wheel speed sensors and other electronic inputs to read and calculate how the motorcycle is performing dynamically on the road.
- For 2013, MV Agusta imports its $17,498 F4 and $24,998 F4RR. Both bikes now use electronics sourced from Eldor rather than Magnetti Marelli.