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I'm looking to buy a 2017 Multistrada 1200S, but have a few questions. Currently owns a MV Agusta Turismo Veloce Lussso. I love the Turismo. Is packed with a lot of extras and is really fun to ride. My only concern is parts availability from MV Agusta. It takes months sometimes to get parts and in 2 occasions the bike was parked for 2 months awaiting parts. This is a daily driver and need parts faster than 2 months. Looking forward to post on the correct forum for questions
 

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I'm looking to buy a 2017 Multistrada 1200S, but have a few questions. Currently owns a MV Agusta Turismo Veloce Lussso. I love the Turismo. Is packed with a lot of extras and is really fun to ride. My only concern is parts availability from MV Agusta. It takes months sometimes to get parts and in 2 occasions the bike was parked for 2 months awaiting parts. This is a daily driver and need parts faster than 2 months. Looking forward to post on the correct forum for questions
Well the Multi definitely is faster turnaround for most parts... and will in most riding conditions feel pretty similar to the MV I imagine. I've got a 110hp bike (with a triple... Triumph) and with the stock Multi gearing and tune the only time the power difference with the Multi was very noticeable is when I was hard on it (that changed with mods... but if you stay stock the two bikes will be pretty close at low/mid rpms when most of us spend most of our touring time).
 
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