MV Agusta – Dealership – Update

It is known that the motorcycle industry is a difficult one in Kuwait but a few companies have managed to make headway in Kuwait. I am one person who enjoys whenever a motorcycle company is successful in Kuwait be it American, Japanese, Italian, or English so it saddens me to see MV Agusta shut down in Kuwait. It belonged to Al Jema’a and their showroom was located just behind the GM Behbehani Showroom in Sharq opposite Khalijia. It seems they ran into difficult financial times and didn’t manage to sell as much as they expected, I thought they were a bit quite for the past year I didn’t know they weren’t doing well. I just love the MV Agusta motorcycles, their designs are amazing.

I just got a call from the dealers of MV Agusta in Kuwait they have not shutdown their operations. It seems when we went we at an odd time and we got the wrong information, they have no brough the 2009 models since there are newers model about to be launched. MV Agusta is bringing the new models which have just been redesigned and released for 2010 and just revealed in EICMA in Italy at the end of October. There will be a new release for this coming MV Agusta launch in Kuwait for the new models in December. I’m very happy my information was wrong and they are open, but they are only bringing the new models at the end of the year.

A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!


  1. Kuwaity

    What a shame, no more Benelli or MV dealers.
    I hope that MV will supply us with spare parts just like Benelli dealer.

    I don’t think that they have financial problems. I think that he just don’t make profit out of it. If I were him, I will sell the bike and its parts without showroom and without selling staff. The guys inside their workshop can do this for the customers very well.

    A lot of offices in Kuwait sell some equipments without a showroom, because some customers are there and they know how to fine the agent

  2. JJ

    The MV AGUSTA dealership in Kuwait operated by Aljumma’a group is not in a financial problem nor the dealership is closed, you are more than welcome to visit them in there showroom. the info you got is not true what so ever.

  3. Hi, My name is Razmig and I work with Al Jumaa Group. I would like to informe you that the Mv Agusta showroom is open and will stay open and the new F4 will be in Kuwait end of january 2010 and the presentation for the new F4 will be end of December 2009 Mr. Claudio castellini he will atanded the presentation! Please your welcome to visit our showroom in the same place and we have news for you two more engenses of motorcycles will be added to the group.

    For more information please call

  4. khaled

    Your point of view about showrooms should be studied as part of an NBA programme !!

  5. Kuwaity

    I’m cool now!
    From where did you get the wrong news??

    Thanks, It is a good practice if you want to keep your brand agency and get profit from something else. Also some people will be liking you :)

    what is NBA program ?

  6. khaled


    It is a typing mistake.Should read MBA !!

    Before I was sarcastic,,, but now I am totally confused ! How you keep your agency & make profit from something else ??

    Glad the news about MV is not correct.

  7. Kuwaity


    Just an example: if you have a construction company and you’re getting good profit around the year, then you don’t need to sell too many bikes and spare parts (again, example) to make living! Without showroom and selling staff you’ll reduce your expenses sharply.

    So, You’re doing MBA?

  8. monichum

    I passed by the show room around 5 pm, it was totally empty. i think they should get a new location for their showroom

    MV Agusta is an awesome bike, they should do a better job in presenting this brand in Kuwait.

  9. Khaled

    monichum ,

    Why a showroom ? They should just follow the idea of Kuwaity !!

  10. monichum


    I agree, but they already have one, plus you should look at your competitors in the market.

    Ducati dealers in Kuwait have good service, good presentation, they should compete or else they will be left alone.

  11. KuwaitQ

    I passed by their showroom last summer, to my surprise the guys there had no new bikes in the showroom..

    in fact all they had was an refurbished black MV that had 35,000 Kms on it

    Good thing they will start rolling in the 2010’s to support MV fans in kuwait

  12. Such is the way things swing in kuwait ….

    The dealer only imports the shit they want …..

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