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They all looks so nice but I'll still have to go with the XSR700. It's got that classic design but with all the modern goodies. I like that it's easier to ride and you won't feel all those vibrations.

 

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All of those are great bikes. Still like the Yamaha. The thing that really caught my eye was this garage setup. i'd love to have something like this.

 

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well they say it in the end of the review, the XSR 700 is the winner in the stats. They also say that it is poor in the looks, which I find preposterous, but everyone has his own personal taste, for all I care she is a beauty!!!
 

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I will say that the Moto Guzzi bike looks great. I could see people preferring it to the XSR. Not sure why they hate on the XSR though. It has its own look that it is embracing.
 

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well they say it in the end of the review, the XSR 700 is the winner in the stats. They also say that it is poor in the looks, which I find preposterous, but everyone has his own personal taste, for all I care she is a beauty!!!
That might be a good thing for some people since those with the creative juices can customize it to their liking and in the end have something different and not often seen. Even stock it should be the case.
 

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The Moto Guzzi's pain makes it stand out while the XSR700 is plain metallic so I can see why they like the Guzzi more but if that's what you like, it can be easily done with some paint.

The XSR700 is just a winner with a great price and it's best bike dynamically. Mr. Garcia can show it off the next time you head over to the club. :grin2:
 

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well they say it in the end of the review, the XSR 700 is the winner in the stats. They also say that it is poor in the looks, which I find preposterous, but everyone has his own personal taste, for all I care she is a beauty!!!
Alot of people say the design is to busy on the 700 compared to the 900. I like the look of the 700 over the 900 looks more bad ass and retro.
 

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Agreed.

But the main thing for me, and what disturbs me the most is, that it seems that a 2016 bike has to feel like a 1989 one... vibrations, etc. Then go and buy a 1989 for yourself. I would keep always with a bike that is up to date in what comes to technology and safety. Why buying a more expensive bike that is and feels worse??? Not really happy with their review here...
 
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