Malaguti Motorcycles: Malaguti F10 & Malaguti F12 AC

Malaguti | January 5, 2011

Malaguti Motorcycles is a family owned Italian motorcycle and scooter manufacturing company which was found by Antonino Malaguti in 1930 in San Lazzaro di Savena. The company had to stop their production during World War II and unlike Ducati; factory of Malaguti was also bombed by Allies. In 1950s, Malaguti decided to expand their business and started private label products for assembling vehicles. Like Ducati, Malaguti started manufacturing exercise equipments, washing machines and other manufactured goods which carried under Malaguti’s name. The first scooter manufactured by Malaguti was 50CC called Saigon which was later imported in United States. In those its competitors were Aprilia, Piaggio, Beta, Itajet and Benelli.

Malaguti Motorcycles continued to manufacture and launch new models for example at 2009 EICMA show in Italy. Currently there are no new models launched and sold by the company in United States. The recent models include 50cc sport scooter with features like dual disc brakes, liquid cooled engine and digital dash; F10 Jet Line which is equipped with big under seats storage, center stand, fully automatic transmission, body extension passenger footrests and electric start; F12 phantom that comes with Pirelli Tires, top quality components, alloy wheels, Paioli shocks and Grimeca brakes.

Here are two examples of Malaguti Motorcycles such as Malaguti F 10 & Malaguti F 12 AC.

Malaguti F 10 is a Jet Line scooter which is powered by two-stroke single cylinder engine which is good for producing ample of torque and horsepower.

Malaguti F 12 AC is a phantom scooter which is equipped with features like single cylinder dual –stroke engine, high-performance tubular steel frame, side hydraulic shock absorber and automatic lubricated mixing pump.

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