MOTO MORINI SEIEMMEZZO | Middle class scrambler

 The middle-class Morini was already at the Eicma in 2019. A Euro 5 version will be available in Milan in 2021. The start of series production is approaching.

So far, Moto Morini has only competed in the luxury class with its 1200 V2 models. The new Chinese owners of Moto Morini want to compete in other classes. In order to lay the foundations for increasing sales figures, the Italians are targeting the popular middle class between 600 and 800 cubic meters.  Row twin from China One of the new models is the 6 1/2 - also called Morini Seiemmezzo - which competes with a 650 in-line twin cylinder. The Twin comes from Zhongshen in China, is coupled with a six-speed gearbox and drives the Enduro X-Cape, which was presented in summer 2021. There it makes 60 hp and pushes 54 Nm into the transmission. This performance coincides with the near-series models of the 6 1/2 at EICMA 2021. The four-stroke with water cooling is supplied by a Bosch injection, has a comparatively moderate compression of 11.3: 1 and is supposed to accelerate the Seienmezzo to 175 km / h .  Family chassis with comfort Moto Morini hangs the Twin in a tubular steel frame, known from the X-Cape. In the front, the 6 1/2 stands on a fully adjustable 43 USD fork from Kayaba and a 19-inch rim with light-tread 110/80 tires. The aluminum rear swing arm is supported by a directly hinged central spring strut with adjustable preload and rebound. A 160/60 is clamped into the swing arm on a 17-inch rim. Optionally as a spoke rim. At the front, the Italians are installing a double disc brake system with axially bolted floating calipers from Brembo. The only control system is an ABS from Bosch. The seat height is 810 mm. Visually, the Seiemmezzo follows the lines of the old Morini scrambler models. Compact at the front, airy at the back. The bench opens into a small rear light. The indicators and license plate holder are relocated to a swing arm. The pilot sits enthroned on the slightly stepped bench behind a flat tubular handlebar, looking at a digital cockpit and the large LED round headlights, which are also installed in the new, large Scrambler. Atypical for a Scrambler, the exhaust ends in a short tailpipe stub on the side under the engine.  Price and availability Moto Morini would like to have the 6 1/2 available to dealers from 2022. When exactly is not known, nor is the price. Based on the 7,599 euros for the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo should be a bit cheaper.  CONCLUSION Two years after the study, Moto Morini is putting the 6 1/2 as a series model at EICMA 2021. With the Euro 5 standard and the technology of the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo is expected to attract customers from 2022 onwards.

So far, Moto Morini has only competed in the luxury class with its 1200 V2 models. The new Chinese owners of Moto Morini want to compete in other classes. In order to lay the foundations for increasing sales figures, the Italians are targeting the popular middle class between 600 and 800 cubic meters.

Row twin from China

One of the new models is the 6 1/2 - also called Morini Seiemmezzo - which competes with a 650 in-line twin cylinder. The Twin comes from Zhongshen in China, is coupled with a six-speed gearbox and drives the Enduro X-Cape, which was presented in summer 2021. There it makes 60 hp and pushes 54 Nm into the transmission. This performance coincides with the near-series models of the 6 1/2 at EICMA 2021. The four-stroke with water cooling is supplied by a Bosch injection, has a comparatively moderate compression of 11.3: 1 and is supposed to accelerate the Seienmezzo to 175 km / h .

So far, Moto Morini has only competed in the luxury class with its 1200 V2 models. The new Chinese owners of Moto Morini want to compete in other classes. In order to lay the foundations for increasing sales figures, the Italians are targeting the popular middle class between 600 and 800 cubic meters.  Row twin from China One of the new models is the 6 1/2 - also called Morini Seiemmezzo - which competes with a 650 in-line twin cylinder. The Twin comes from Zhongshen in China, is coupled with a six-speed gearbox and drives the Enduro X-Cape, which was presented in summer 2021. There it makes 60 hp and pushes 54 Nm into the transmission. This performance coincides with the near-series models of the 6 1/2 at EICMA 2021. The four-stroke with water cooling is supplied by a Bosch injection, has a comparatively moderate compression of 11.3: 1 and is supposed to accelerate the Seienmezzo to 175 km / h .  Family chassis with comfort Moto Morini hangs the Twin in a tubular steel frame, known from the X-Cape. In the front, the 6 1/2 stands on a fully adjustable 43 USD fork from Kayaba and a 19-inch rim with light-tread 110/80 tires. The aluminum rear swing arm is supported by a directly hinged central spring strut with adjustable preload and rebound. A 160/60 is clamped into the swing arm on a 17-inch rim. Optionally as a spoke rim. At the front, the Italians are installing a double disc brake system with axially bolted floating calipers from Brembo. The only control system is an ABS from Bosch. The seat height is 810 mm. Visually, the Seiemmezzo follows the lines of the old Morini scrambler models. Compact at the front, airy at the back. The bench opens into a small rear light. The indicators and license plate holder are relocated to a swing arm. The pilot sits enthroned on the slightly stepped bench behind a flat tubular handlebar, looking at a digital cockpit and the large LED round headlights, which are also installed in the new, large Scrambler. Atypical for a Scrambler, the exhaust ends in a short tailpipe stub on the side under the engine.  Price and availability Moto Morini would like to have the 6 1/2 available to dealers from 2022. When exactly is not known, nor is the price. Based on the 7,599 euros for the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo should be a bit cheaper.  CONCLUSION Two years after the study, Moto Morini is putting the 6 1/2 as a series model at EICMA 2021. With the Euro 5 standard and the technology of the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo is expected to attract customers from 2022 onwards.`

Family chassis with comfort

Moto Morini hangs the Twin in a tubular steel frame, known from the X-Cape. In the front, the 6 1/2 stands on a fully adjustable 43 USD fork from Kayaba and a 19-inch rim with light-tread 110/80 tires. The aluminum rear swing arm is supported by a directly hinged central spring strut with adjustable preload and rebound. A 160/60 is clamped into the swing arm on a 17-inch rim. Optionally as a spoke rim. At the front, the Italians are installing a double disc brake system with axially bolted floating calipers from Brembo. The only control system is an ABS from Bosch. 

So far, Moto Morini has only competed in the luxury class with its 1200 V2 models. The new Chinese owners of Moto Morini want to compete in other classes. In order to lay the foundations for increasing sales figures, the Italians are targeting the popular middle class between 600 and 800 cubic meters.  Row twin from China One of the new models is the 6 1/2 - also called Morini Seiemmezzo - which competes with a 650 in-line twin cylinder. The Twin comes from Zhongshen in China, is coupled with a six-speed gearbox and drives the Enduro X-Cape, which was presented in summer 2021. There it makes 60 hp and pushes 54 Nm into the transmission. This performance coincides with the near-series models of the 6 1/2 at EICMA 2021. The four-stroke with water cooling is supplied by a Bosch injection, has a comparatively moderate compression of 11.3: 1 and is supposed to accelerate the Seienmezzo to 175 km / h .  Family chassis with comfort Moto Morini hangs the Twin in a tubular steel frame, known from the X-Cape. In the front, the 6 1/2 stands on a fully adjustable 43 USD fork from Kayaba and a 19-inch rim with light-tread 110/80 tires. The aluminum rear swing arm is supported by a directly hinged central spring strut with adjustable preload and rebound. A 160/60 is clamped into the swing arm on a 17-inch rim. Optionally as a spoke rim. At the front, the Italians are installing a double disc brake system with axially bolted floating calipers from Brembo. The only control system is an ABS from Bosch. The seat height is 810 mm. Visually, the Seiemmezzo follows the lines of the old Morini scrambler models. Compact at the front, airy at the back. The bench opens into a small rear light. The indicators and license plate holder are relocated to a swing arm. The pilot sits enthroned on the slightly stepped bench behind a flat tubular handlebar, looking at a digital cockpit and the large LED round headlights, which are also installed in the new, large Scrambler. Atypical for a Scrambler, the exhaust ends in a short tailpipe stub on the side under the engine.  Price and availability Moto Morini would like to have the 6 1/2 available to dealers from 2022. When exactly is not known, nor is the price. Based on the 7,599 euros for the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo should be a bit cheaper.  CONCLUSION Two years after the study, Moto Morini is putting the 6 1/2 as a series model at EICMA 2021. With the Euro 5 standard and the technology of the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo is expected to attract customers from 2022 onwards.

The seat height is 810 mm. Visually, the Seiemmezzo follows the lines of the old Morini scrambler models. Compact at the front, airy at the back. The bench opens into a small rear light. The indicators and license plate holder are relocated to a swing arm. The pilot sits enthroned on the slightly stepped bench behind a flat tubular handlebar, looking at a digital cockpit and the large LED round headlights, which are also installed in the new, large Scrambler. Atypical for a Scrambler, the exhaust ends in a short tailpipe stub on the side under the engine.

Price and availability

So far, Moto Morini has only competed in the luxury class with its 1200 V2 models. The new Chinese owners of Moto Morini want to compete in other classes. In order to lay the foundations for increasing sales figures, the Italians are targeting the popular middle class between 600 and 800 cubic meters.  Row twin from China One of the new models is the 6 1/2 - also called Morini Seiemmezzo - which competes with a 650 in-line twin cylinder. The Twin comes from Zhongshen in China, is coupled with a six-speed gearbox and drives the Enduro X-Cape, which was presented in summer 2021. There it makes 60 hp and pushes 54 Nm into the transmission. This performance coincides with the near-series models of the 6 1/2 at EICMA 2021. The four-stroke with water cooling is supplied by a Bosch injection, has a comparatively moderate compression of 11.3: 1 and is supposed to accelerate the Seienmezzo to 175 km / h .  Family chassis with comfort Moto Morini hangs the Twin in a tubular steel frame, known from the X-Cape. In the front, the 6 1/2 stands on a fully adjustable 43 USD fork from Kayaba and a 19-inch rim with light-tread 110/80 tires. The aluminum rear swing arm is supported by a directly hinged central spring strut with adjustable preload and rebound. A 160/60 is clamped into the swing arm on a 17-inch rim. Optionally as a spoke rim. At the front, the Italians are installing a double disc brake system with axially bolted floating calipers from Brembo. The only control system is an ABS from Bosch. The seat height is 810 mm. Visually, the Seiemmezzo follows the lines of the old Morini scrambler models. Compact at the front, airy at the back. The bench opens into a small rear light. The indicators and license plate holder are relocated to a swing arm. The pilot sits enthroned on the slightly stepped bench behind a flat tubular handlebar, looking at a digital cockpit and the large LED round headlights, which are also installed in the new, large Scrambler. Atypical for a Scrambler, the exhaust ends in a short tailpipe stub on the side under the engine.  Price and availability Moto Morini would like to have the 6 1/2 available to dealers from 2022. When exactly is not known, nor is the price. Based on the 7,599 euros for the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo should be a bit cheaper.  CONCLUSION Two years after the study, Moto Morini is putting the 6 1/2 as a series model at EICMA 2021. With the Euro 5 standard and the technology of the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo is expected to attract customers from 2022 onwards.

Moto Morini would like to have the 6 1/2 available to dealers from 2022. When exactly is not known, nor is the price. Based on the 7,599 euros for the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo should be a bit cheaper.

CONCLUSION

Two years after the study, Moto Morini is putting the 6 1/2 as a series model at EICMA 2021. With the Euro 5 standard and the technology of the X-Cape, the Seienmezzo is expected to attract customers from 2022 onwards.

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