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Moto Guzzi MGX-21: prebooking is now open

Prebooking of the MGX-21 is online. Many advantages for those who book by 7 August

Moto - News: Moto Guzzi MGX-21: prebooking is now open

After astonishing at its presentation at the fall shows, the Moto Guzzi MGX-21 is about to arrive at official dealerships. Delivery of the first models of the most luxurious Moto Guzzi ever made is expected in late July and, to celebrate the event, Moto Guzzi has put together an on-line booking operation that offers exclusive advantages to those who decide to purchase one of the most non-conformist and seductive motorcycles in the world, on sale at a price of €23,900. Booking (all of the details are on-line) takes place on the dedicated website, that can naturally also be accessed from If the customer then decides to conclude the purchasing procedure, he can go to the selected participating dealer by 7 August to stipulate the pre-contract, with the chance to take advantage of a special payment plan at a zero interest rate.

Upon completion of the prebooking operation, Moto Guzzi will also give the new and lucky MGX-21 customers the opportunity to enjoy an unrepeatable experience at Mandello del Lario in the factory where all Moto Guzzi motorcycles have been built without interruption since 1921. On the occasion of the classic September Moto Guzzi “Open House” event which will celebrate the 95th birthday of the Larian eagle this year, the new MGX-21 customers will be the stars of an exclusive programme and a time of celebration dedicated entirely to them. They will enjoy an unforgettable day where their MGX-21 was born as the true protagonists of a unique history, along with the big Moto Guzzi family. On Thursday, 28 July, nine of the first Moto Guzzi MGX-21 units produced will be available to be admired and see up close and personal by the public at a selection of as many participating Italian dealerships (the list can be found at; a true sneak preview as we wait for all the Italian dealers to receive the new Moto Guzzi in early September.

Translated by Jonathan Blosser

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