The Monster 797 is here to tempt not-so-experienced riders to become a part of the Ducati way of super biking. The 797 does look like a proper Monster despite being the most affordable one. It's time to find out whether it truly feels like one or not
We bet you have felt excited about riding a big bike. Intimidated? Yes, that too. Motorcycle manufacturers across the globe understand this and are keen to build motorcycles that won’t scare riders away. These motorcycles also promise to be better to live with. Ducati, in line with the same promise, has introduced the Monster 797 with a target of tapping into a wider spectrum of riders. Even though the 797...read more »
Specifications Summary of Monster 797
|Engine Displ. :||803 cc|
|No Of Cylinders :||2|
|Torque :||67 Nm @ 5750 rpm|
|Power :||73.41 PS @ 8250 rpm|
|Top Speed :||158.2 kmph|
|ABS :||Dual Channel|
|Head Lamp :||LED|
|Tyre Make :||NA|
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In celebration of 25 years of the Monster, Ducati has launched the Monster 797+. It is priced the same as the standard Monster 797 but gets a new flyscreen and rear seat cowl. The Ducati Monster 797 is the entry-level model in the Monster family. It is designed to draw novice riders into the Ducati family with its easy to ride ergonomics and diminutive size. It gets a low saddle height of 805mm which was designed keeping in mind the Asian riders.
In terms of design, the new bike is similar to the Monster 821 and excludes a muscular aura. Fuel tank capacity is a substantial 16.5 litres. There are few different design elements like redesigned single exhaust muffler, contrasting red frame, 10-spoke alloy wheels and the missing LED DRLs. The instrument console is an all-digital display but is an LCD one compared to the new Monster 821'a colour TFT unit. In electronics, the bike misses out on ride-by-wire, power modes and multi-level traction control as seen on its higher displacement siblings. It does get ABS as standard fitment.
Powering the new Monster 797 is the same air-cooled, L-twin engine seen on the Scrambler range. The motor delivers 76PS of power and a peak torque of 68.9Nm. The motor offers fantastic mid-range acceleration.The tubular steel trellis frame is suspended on KYB 43mm USD fork, and preload/rebound adjustable Sachsmonoshockat the back. Kerb weight is 193kg.The bike runs on 120/70 17 front tyre, and a 180/55 17 section rear Pirelli Diablo Rosso II radials. Braking is via two 320mm discs with Brembo M4.32 monobloccaliperswhich are one of the best in the business.
The Monster 797 rivals the Triumph Street Triple S and Kawasaki Ninja Z900.
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Ducati Monster 797 Mileage
The claimed ARAI mileage for the Ducati Monster 797 petrol is 17 kmpl.
Ducati Monster 797 Comparisons
|Features||Ducati Monster 797 Rs. 8.03 lakh View On Road Price|
|No Of Gears||6 speed|
|Top speed||158.2 kmph|
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