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Ducati sales are on the rise worldwide

Written by Akhil Dalvi

Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati has clocked in a positive third-quarter sales figure of 49,693 units for its global customer base. The company exceeded its own global sales volume of 48,042 units obtained during the entirety of 2020. Ducati confirmed that its sales at the end of the first nine months in 2021 are the best in its history.

The company’s growth chart showcases a 3% increase when compared to 2020 and a 25% increase compared to 2019. Ducati achieved the highest sales in Italy (7,954), followed by the US (7,475) and Germany (5,627) by the end of September. The Bologna-based manufacturer witnessed growth in all its product line-up throughout 2021, signifying customer appreciation for the brand.

Ducati’s Multistrada V4 remains the most sold bike in 2021, followed by the Scrambler 800 range, Streetfighter V4, and the Monster. The company has unveiled its newest range of 2022 products via the first episode of its World Premiere. The first episode featured the 2022 Multistrada V2 and the latest addition to the 800 range, the 2022 Scrambler Urban Motard. Ducati also unveiled the Scrambler 1100 Tribute Pro anniversary special to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

2022 Ducati Multistrada V2: Highlights 

The latest Multistrada V2 keeps its signature adventure styling thanks to its sharp beak and twin LED headlights. Along with a clear glass windscreen for protection against the elements, the bike features knuckle guards integrated with front turn indicators. Other design elements include wide ergonomic seats for rider and pillion, integrated grab rail at the rear, and a top-box mount. Ducati offers its 937cc, liquid-cooled, four-valve, Testastretta L Twin engine on the 2022 Multistrada V2. Along with producing 113 PS of power and 96 Nm of torque, the motor comes paired to a 6-speed transmission.

2022 Ducati Scrambler Urban Motard: Highlights 

As the newest addition to the Scrambler range, the Urban Motard features graffiti-inspired graphics on the fuel tank and raised mudguards. With the rear fender coloured in red and contrasting white side panels, the bike also sports 17-inch wheels. Powering the Urban Motard is a 1079cc, L-Twin liquid-cooled engine producing 86 PS of power and 88 Nm of torque. Notable features such as LED lights, TFT instrument cluster, cornering ABS, traction control system, and multiple riding modes are on offer.

2022 Ducati Scrambler 1100 Tribute Pro: Highlights 

To celebrate the Scrambler’s 50th anniversary, the bike features a Giallo Ocra colour scheme with a Ducati logo on the side. Completing the retro look are dual piped exhausts, full-LED lights, and a wide ergonomic seat. Powering the bike is a 1,079cc L-Twin liquid-cooled engine that makes 84.49 PS and 88 Nm of torque. With the motor paired to a 6-speed gearbox, the bike features dual ABS and a fuel capacity of 15 litres.


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