10+ User Votes to help you to find the Ducati Bikes In India. Ducati is a Italian two wheeler manufacturers they first entered into manufacturing motor cycles was in 1923. With the success all over the world Ducati First entered India in 2009 which was not that successful so they moved out. Seeing the growing superbikes market in India they are again re entering into India in 2015 currently with three dealerships that in Mumbai, Gurgaon and Delhi but they working to get in most of big cities of India.
Ducati bikes on road and ex showroom price list 2015
|Ducati Bikes||Mumbai (ex showroom price)||Mumbai(On road Price)||Delhi (ex showroom price)||Delhi(On road Price)|
|Scrambler (yet to be launched )||Approx 10,00,000||10,00,000|
Here is the list of Ducati bikes in India.
Monster 795 is a 803 cc bike which is specifically designed and priced accordingly to target India and other asian countries. It comes with a 803cc 90-degree V-twin putting out 87bhp of poer and 78Nm of torque. The bike may be cheap according to Ducati standards as they are known for premium products with premium prices but it has all the things that reminds of a Ducati bike which is fun to ride. The bike will be priced around 7 lakhs ex showroom Mumbai.
Panigale 1199 was first disclosed in 2011 in Milan, Itly. It is one of the best looking sports bike all over the world coming with aluminum monocoque frame and gets semi floating 330mm Brembo discs at the front and a 245mm disc at the back. Additionally, it also features a slipper clutch and 10-spoke lightweight alloys. The 1199 Panigale gets a liquid cooled, L-Twin engine which Ducati claims is the most powerful twin-cylinder production engine on the planet. The engine, as a matter of fact, produces 195bhp of power and 132Nm of torque. The bike will be priced around 22 lakhs.
Latest entry from Ducati bikes will be urban bike Scrambler. The Scrambler was first launched in 1960 with time it has seen many upgrades and was launched for mainly for developing countries. Ducati wants to launch the bike as a separate brand as they expect Scrambler and Monster 795 will be the biggest crowd pullers in India. Its engine is derived from the Monster 796cc engine, the cams are modified for a broader powerband, with 75 claimed peak horsepower at 8,250 rpm and 50.2 pound-feet of torque at 5,750 rpm.It will be priced at around 7 lakhs.
Ducati has launched 2 variants of Scrambler in India one is Scrambler Classic and other one is Srcrambler Full Trottle.
Scrambler Classic comes with a same old round heallamp with a led lamp along with that slightly bigger handle bars. THe bike is a classic old school bike. The other bike Scrambler Full Throttle is completely blacked out bike with slightly lower handle bars then usual, comes with alloy wheels and is equipped with Termignoni exhaust with a dual outlet.
It is one of kind of superbike available in India. It is fun to ride off-rider yet powerful bike from Ducati. The Hypermotard was first launched in 2005 with time it has seen many upgrades and the most recent was in 2013 as it was launched with a new 11-degree testastretta 821cc engine which produces power of 110 bhp.It comes with features like different riding modes and safety packs. The bike will be priced in India around 12 lakhs.
The flagship model of Ducati in India will be Diavel which is unique hybrid of sports and cruiser bike. Diavel in Geneva motor show in 2014 got its second upgrade which included 1198cc Testastretta engine, still has 11 degrees of valve overlap, but revised intake and exhaust ports. The bike is able to churn out 162bhp of power and 96np of torque. The bike will be priced around 23 lakhs.
Ducati to unveil Monster 1200 R on Sep 14. The new Monster 1200R will have upgrades to the engine, chassis and electronics and is likely to be the most powerful naked bike from the Ducati stable. the Monster 1200 R, which will be unveiled on September 14, 2015. According to an official release, the Monster 1200 R will be the most powerful Ducati naked ever, with a more powerful engine, a sportier chassis and an advanced design. The Ducati Monster 1200 R will be unveiled at Volkswagen Group Night in Frankfurt, ahead of the press launch on track on September 29.The engine will possibly be borrowed from the Multistrada 1200, Ducati’s Testastretta DVT, which makes over 160PS. The Monster 1200 R however, will not be available as Ducati’s range of bikes on offer in India, but will be made available on customer demand, although that involves the full range of customs and import duties on the price.