Above on the page there are several PDF Service Manuals for CAGIVA Motorcycles, Scooters.
In 1983 Cagiva decided to expand its range of motorcycles towards larger models. But their enterprises did not produce such engines of their own, they had to look outside.
A cooperation agreement was signed with Ducati, which two years later, in 1985, led to the purchase of this company and the inclusion of the Ducati brand in the Claudio Castiglione collection.
Deciding to put maximum effort into the development of MV Agusta, in 1996 he accepted the offer from the Texas Pacific Group and sold them Ducati and Moto Morini, keeping Husqvarna, MV Agusta and his own Cagiva brand.
The situation of 1983 was repeated, when Cagiva motorcycles, as it were, are, but there are no motors for them.
This issue is resolved by a strategic partnership with Suzuki, which supplies the Italians with V-shaped engines with a volume of 650 and 1000 cm3.
On their basis, the ideal Italian motorcycles of the time are built, which are a symbiosis of European handling and Japanese reliability, and the Navigator 1000 is just one of them.
Castiglione sold Husqvarna to BMW in 2007, and in 2008 MV Agusta and Cagiva were bought by the American giant Harley Davidson for 40 million euros, but, as it turned out, not for long - after a year, Claudio Castiglione buys both brands back for just one euro.
At the moment, MV Agusta is doing well, but the Cagiva brand is not being used.