Ducati To Increase The Prices Of All Variant From January 1
From January 1, Ducati will raise the cost of all variants of its motorcycles in India.
Prices would increase at all of the company’s nine dealerships in India. The price increase, according to the Italian two-wheeler manufacturer, is due to an increase in material, production, and transport costs, despite higher costs of other natural elements.
It is one of the few two-wheeler manufacturers in the world to sell its whole model line in India. The new Monster, Hypermotard 950, and Panigale V4 SP are among them. “Plans to debut MY22 models are underway, along with many Ducati Riding Experience activities that will go live for Ducati customers and prospects alike,” the company added, adding that “Ducati remains dedicated to launching all-new MY22 models, beginning in January 2022.”
The company also presented the much-awaited DesertX, possibly the most exciting bike of the bunch, at the concluding segment of the Ducati World Premiere 2022. It features the same 937cc Testastretta V-twin engine that powers the Multistrada and a slew of other motorcycles. The output is slightly lower, with 110hp and 92Nm than the Multistrada 950’s 113hp and 96Nm.