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September 13th, 2013, 01:29 PM   #1
 
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Hey fellas, I wanted to stem off of the last thread into a different direction, hence the new thread. Anyways as you know I am infatuated with both MV and Aprilia because how much they separate themselves from the general motorcycle market. Just out of pure curiosity I became interested in the actual production size of each. I stumbled across an article regarding MV which states the owner of MV are increasing production to 15,000 units per year. Which in the overall scheme of things is still very small compared to everyone else. However in what relation to size is fellow Italian Aprilia, in the sense of units, do they manufacture more less, are they a smaller or larger company.
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I have tried to good it. Nothing has come up. I was hoping that someone might have sort of idea. on what is a larger company statistically.
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I have tried to good it. Nothing has come up. I was hoping that someone might have sort of idea. on what is a larger company statistically.
Send a Personal Message to member BJ.C, he will know the answer to your questions.
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http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=42620


http://www.reportlinker.com/ci02301/Motorcycle.html


I haven't read through all this properly but it may be of some assistance.
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I haven't read through all this properly but it may be of some assistance.

I looked through those reports unfortunately nothing. Its really the Aprilia figure that I cant find. Piaggio makes over 600,000 units a year. How much of that is Aprilia is what I am looking for.
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