Ducati Monster 1200
- Engine: 1198 Cc
- Mileage: 35 Kmpl
- Power: 135
- Weight: 209 Kg
Ducati Monster 1200 Price in India
- New Age Monster Range
- Liquid Cooled Engine Produces Great Performance
- Stunning To Look At
- Cant Match The Character Of Old Air Cooled Engine
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Ducati Monster 1200 Users Reviews (11 reviews)
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Ducati Monster 1200 Overview
The new avatar is more bad-ass than ever, shares its engine with satans like Diavel and Multistrada and has 35 more horses in its stable than the 1100 EVO. It weighs close to 209 kgs but feels half of it on corners. The TFT instrument cluster is compact and offers three different layouts that represent three different modes one can choose from - Sport, Touring and Urban. The eight level DTC and Brembo's three level Bosch ABS come standard and can be turned off. Seeing it for the first time might make it difficult for you to believe the amount of technology and the electricals Ducati has shoved in it to make it safer without losing out on the aggression.
Ducati Monster 1200 Engine & Transmission
Engine is very refined and has literally bridged the gap between a sporty and a comfortable motorcycle. The unison of the power and wheel happens with the help of a six speed gearbox and a hydraulically actuated slipper clutch which might make your powerslide around a corner a little less scary.
Ducati Monster 1200 Mileage
Ducati Monster 1200 Performance and Handling
The longer wheelbase make it less wheelie prone which is going to get mixed reactions from the riders. A 190/55 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II at the rear and a 120/70 at the front, and 2x320 mm semi-floating discs at the front and a 245 mm disc at rear are enough to make sure that you don't launch yourself in space unless you want it.