MV Agusta Launches New WebsiteFri, 28 Feb 2014 00:00:00 -0800
Good news MV Agusta fans: the company’s website, www.mvagusta.it, has been completely revamped. If you’ve ever tried navigating the old website, you’ve probably left feeling slightly irritated at the user interface. With this revamp, everything from the general layout, to individual page design is dynamic, fast and packed with great photos and videos of all the models in the range.
MV paid particular attention to the product area of the website, as this is obviously what the majority of visitors to the site want to know about. Now technical specifications, detailed information on the engine, accessories, chassis set-up and electronics are paired with superb high definition photos and video clips.
The new site also features not-to-be-missed in-depth sections on the bikes and riders that have made this Varese-based motorcycle manufacturer so uniquely successful, with motorcycling history being brought to life by captivating vintage photographs.
There are plenty of highly useful, innovative new features such as sales outlet georeferencing. This lets you locate the nearest dealer in seconds and shows the fastest way to get there: all you need to do is click on the “Calculate Route” option.
There are plenty of highly useful, innovative new features such as sales outlet georeferencing. This lets you locate the nearest dealer in seconds and shows the fastest way to get there: all you need to do, in fact, is click on the “Calculate route” option.
Another great feature MV Agusta enthusiasts won’t want to miss is the Demo Bike section. Unfortunately, this function is currently only active in Italy and other key European markets. This function enables users to choose the model and enter their details in just a few seconds. The dealer then contacts the user to set a test ride date.
Thanks to the logical architecture of the contents, browsing the new www.mvagusta.it website is a unique experience, made even more satisfying by the fact that it is optimised for every kind of device, PC, smartphone or tablet.
By Troy Siahaan
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