Ducati to launch new Monster 797 and Multistrada 950 on 14th June 2017

The Ducati Monster 797 and the Multistrada 950 will join the Ducati India's lineup next month. The waiting period for the motorcycles is two to six months, depending on the version.

By: | Updated: May 20, 2017 1:44 PM

Ducati India will expand its model portfolio in the country by launching the new Monster 797 and the Multistrada 950 on 14th June, 2017. Ahead of its official launch, the 2017 Ducati model lineup prices have already been revealed. The Ducati Monster 797 is an entry-level model and it will be priced at Rs 7.82 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. As per the dealers, the Monster 797 has a waiting period of up to six months.

The Monster 797 is based on a tubular steel trellis frame with cast aluminium twin-sided swingarm. It will be powered by an 803 cc air-cooled Desmodue twin cylinder Euro IV compliant engine which will produce 75 hp of power at 8,250 rpm and 69 Nm of torque at 5,750 rpm. The motorcycle will be equipped with an LCD instrument cluster, LED headlamp with Daytime Running Lamps and an LED tail lamp as well.

The 2017 Ducati Multistrada 950 will be powered by the existing 937 cc liquid cooled Testastretta, twin-cylinder engine with Euro IV emission norms. It will generate 113 hp of power at 9,000 rpm and 96.2 Nm of torque at 7,750 rpm. The key features of the Multistrada are four riding modes, Sport, Touring, Urban and Enduro. This adventure tourer motorcycle will also be offered with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) as well as DTC (Ducati Traction Control). The Ducati Multistrada 950 will be priced at Rs 11.53 lakh. ex-showroom, Delhi.

The two-wheeler manufacturer will also add more models this year that consist of the Scrambler which will be available in two new versions, the Desert Sled and the Café Racer, the SuperSport priced at Rs 11.72 lakh and the SuperSport S that will carry a price tag of Rs 13 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi.

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All upcoming motorcycles will be sold as a Completely Built Up (CBU) units and will be imported from Thailand. The bookings for the Ducati models in India is expected to commence soon, while the deliveries are likely to begin from next month itself.