Ducati bikes launch in India
Ducati bikes are the notorious ones for their track cracking performance and Monster street fighters. But, the price of the Ducati bikes kept the Indian customer away is one reason, and the other one is that the Ducati does not offer an entry level 250-300 cc motorcycle, which may be at the affordable price.
BMW motorrad alliance with the TVS, KTM with Bajaj auto, and Eric Buell Racing with Hero Motocorp corp are the good sign of growth in the India Auto field. In this view, the Volkswagen is the expected company that is going to take the authority on selling the Ducati bikes.
The Ducati motorcycles India is now ready to launch five bikes in India and their price is also revealed.
The five Ducati bikes that are soon to be seen on Indian roads are the Monster 797, Scrambler Cafe Racer, Scrambler Desert Sled, Multistrada 950 and the SuperSport. The selected variants are brought to India through Completely Built Unit (CBU).
Ducati Scrambler variants are the urban custom motorcycles and Ducati offers loads of customization to match the rider’s choice.
The prices of the two scrambler models that are about to launch is revealed, the Ducati Scrambler Café Racer is priced at INR 9.03 lakh and Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled price in India is INR 9.03 lakh.
Ducati Multistrada 950
If you are a fun-loving person and finding reasons for touring, then the new Ducati Multistrada 950 is the best choice for you. The Ducati Multistrada 950 is priced around INR 11.53 lakhs and looks stunning, especially in red.
Ducati Monster 797
The flagship street fighter of the Ducati bikes is the Monster heritage. The Indian market that receives the Monster 797 is priced at 7.82 lakh, which is the cheapest among all the five Ducati bikes.
The Ducati also includes the SuperSport model pricing at INR 11.72 lakh in the five member group. The full fairing racing machine is just stunning and alluring.
The five Ducati motorcycles will be made available for booking in a couple of months in India. Ducati has cleverly selected the popular models from its catalogue and priced them well to be affordable.
This can on the other hand gain additional sales to Ducati compared to the recently launched BMW Motorcycles, which may cost higher. When the Ducati Monster 797 is available in 7.82 lakhs, the BMW bikes showcased in the showrooms are higher compared, as those are a litre class vehicle.