Italian premium mobike maker Ducati unveiled its ‘Monster’ model M795 at Auto Expo at an introductory price of Rs 5,99,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi), as opposed to the original price of Rs 6.99 lakh. However, that this price is applicable for a limited time only. It comes equipped with an 803cc engine synchronized to a 6-speed gearbox. Its Desmodromic valve train equipped engine makes a maximum power of 85bhp at 8250rpm.
“We have priced it attractively to make it easier for Ducatisti to own their favourite brand,” Ducati India CEO Ashish Chordia told reporters.
The M795 model has been developed specially for Asia. Although affordable for a Ducati, and a step in the right direction, the Monster 795 could have been priced even more competitively in a segment which is fast filling up with many able rivals.
Adding to the good news for super bike enthusiasts, the Monster 795 can be booked with immediate effect, although deliveries shall only commence post March 2012. Apart from M795, Ducati is offering 13 other models like Hypermotard and Super Bike in India.
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