Well that's a given, I bought the last model year. Got it at a good discount for that reason too. Since Guzzi doesn't produce the numbers that other manufacturers do, (I believe around 8000 total for all models in 2015), I figure its got to be pretty low since it hasn't been their best selling model.
Solojoe GRiSO Capo
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Subject: Re: Import numbers Tue Feb 25, 2020 8:07 pm
Found this page [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Trying to find out where my GRiSO fits into the mix. ZGU = Moto Guzzi LS = GRiSO U02 = variation 1 = free digit H = 2017 year of manufacture M = build location = Mandello 200*** = production numbers
From the above link the production numbers start at 111111 so I don't know why my GRiSO starts with 200***, indicating that there were more than 89,000 GRiSOs built. Seems unrealistic. Any light on the subject would be interesting.
Edit Feb 27/20 Found a recall for ZGULSG010DM200025 This might suggest that the VIN numbers changed to 2000001 around 2013. It might be reasonable to have around 600 GRiSOs produced between 2013 and 2017.
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Subject: Re: Import numbers Wed Feb 26, 2020 4:01 am
here in the UK we have a great site called howmanyleft.co.uk which gives the following for the GRiSO: [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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Subject: Re: Import numbers Sun Nov 29, 2020 5:15 pm
Question for you kiwi Roy, here is British Columbia, vehicles 15 years old with production # of less that 1500 units and discontinued, can qualify for collectors insurance in the $300 range, as long as you don't drive to work. Roy since you own a 2006 model are you planning on doing this in 2021? I will apply in 2022. I opened a ticket with MG Corporate, requesting production number for 2 valve series 2006, 2007, 2008 [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] but I have not heard a, anything yet. Are they closed again?
Does anyone have any suggestions on which MG web site contains authorized data? Anyone else in British Columbia planning this? thanks very much!! Gord
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Subject: Re: Import numbers Fri Dec 04, 2020 9:56 am
I would be interested in the answer to this as I also have a 2007 GRiSO in British Columbia. I currently have 3 other bikes on collector's plates and would love to add my GRiSO as well
GuzziSteve Fra Cristoforo
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Subject: Re: Import numbers Fri Dec 04, 2020 3:20 pm
You may get a response, who knows. I would contact Tech Services, warranty folks know how many went to Canada. Are you friendly w/your dealer, they have Guzzi's extranet and could look the stuff up.
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Subject: Re: Import numbers Thu Dec 17, 2020 8:09 am
I heard, well it looks like no Christmas present for us!! Will have to wait for cheaper insurance once they reach 25 years, there were a lot more than 1500 produced per year world wide. Darn!
"Thank you for reaching out to Piaggio Group Americas customer care department. I am told that the number of the GRiSO 1100 2V produced in the world are a lot more than 1500 units. The number of GRiSO 2V produced for the Canadian market is lower then 1500. Unfortunately there is not much more information provide from my colleagues in Italy. I hope this was helpful."
back to my winter projects,
Seasons Greetings to everyone!!!
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Subject: Re: Import numbers Sun Jan 03, 2021 4:41 pm
You might see some 2015 left over stock at the dealers a couple of years from now who knows... I bought my 07 brand new in 2011 from a dealer that sadly no longer exist. They had two on the floor that they just received and I was told that those motorcycles were stored at the importer in New York before they finally decided to dispatch them to regional dealers.