The Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta presents the new Lucky Explorer 9.5 2022, a trail segment model that has equipment that leads it to offer performance comparable to an offroad motorcycle. The new MV Agusta Lucky Explorer 9.5 2022 comes to the market from the hand of its younger sister Lucky Explorer 5.5 with a smaller displacement, but that shares its aesthetics and equipment. To drive the Lucky Explorer 9.5 2022 it is necessary to carry a motorcycle A card. Its price is not yet available, but analyzing its equipment and benefits we can deduce that it will not be economical at all.
Aesthetics and cycle
As a motorcycle capable of facing terrain outside the city, the Lucky Explorer 9.5 2022 is presented with an aggressive front and various protections on the sides of the body. Its optical group is double and has LED technology, so they ensure very good lighting for driving at night. Its cycle includes a chassis made of steel with a closed double cradle structure and a subframe, also made of steel. The front fork has aluminum plates, while its brakes are disc and hide behind wheels in 21 inches in front and 19 inches behind.
Its equipment includes elements in carbon fiber and an anchorage system to secure the suitcases. This system is retractable, so that when it is not used it hides and does not influence the line of the bike. In electronic matters, it has instrumentation with 7-inch TFT screen with navigation and connection to smartphones through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
In its mechanical aspect it obtains its impulse through the three-cylinder block in line, with liquid cooling, four strokes and yields a power of 123 hp at 10,000 rpm and 102 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. This engine is associated with a transmission that has optional electronic assistance, while the clutch will come in two versions: the standard with hydraulic control on the left side and the automatic Option Rekluse.