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Ducati India bike prices going up from January 1, 2022

Written by Nayak

Ducati India announces its price hike for its range of products. The price hike will be applicable starting from 1st January 2022. The motorcycle maker has 9 dealerships across the country, and the price will come in effect with all its showrooms. The motorcycle maker mentioned that the increment in material, production and logistics costs compelled them to hike its price.

Ducati Panigale V4 SP Launched For India

Ducati fans in India can now get the Panigale V4 SP that starts at INR 36,07,00 (ex-showroom). In fact, all the outlets of Ducati India are now open for taking bookings for this motorcycle. The key difference between SP and previous S trim is the livery, along with some upgrades to the engine. This new livery gets inspiration from the Ducati Corse bikes of the pre-season tests of the SBK Championships and the MotoGP.

Key design highlights include, matt black on the fairings, combined with the Marchesini Forged Magnesium Wheels and contrast bright red accents complement the exposed brushed aluminium tank perfectly. Powering the motorcycle is a 1,103 cc Desmosedici Stradale engine. The performance figure stands 214 hp of maximum power at 13,000 rpm, and 123 Nm of peak torque at 9,500 rpm. Ducati is providing its customers with Data Analyzer + (DDA +) telemetry kit with a GPS module that allows. This help in analyzing the performance professionally.

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Last month Ducati India brought in the Hypermotard 950 and the limited-edition Scrambler Desert Sled Fasthouse. And thus, with this, Ducati’s entire motorcycle lineup is now available for Indian customers. In the global market, the motorcycle maker unveiled DesertX to the fans. The motorcycle maker also announced that they plan to introduce more models in the future. Ducati India will continue to engage with various riding experiences for its customers. All the MY22 models will be launched starting from January 2022.

Also Read: 2022 Ducati Panigale V4 gets improved aerodynamics, ergonomics, engine, chassis & electronics.