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Ducati Panigale V4 Specifications

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Engine Displ. : 1103 cc
No Of Cylinders : 4
Torque : NA
Power : 214 PS @ 13000 rpm
Top Speed : NA
ABS : Dual Channel
Head Lamp : NA
Tachometer : NA
Tyre Make : Pirelli
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Ducati Panigale V4 Specifications Summary

Panigale V4 Variants Key Specifications Key Features
S
Rs. 26.50 lakh
1103 cc, 214 PS @ 13000 rpm view all Top Speed, Dual Channel ABS, Head Lamp, Tachometer, Pirelli Tyre Make view all
R
Rs. 51.80 lakh
998 cc, 220 PS @ 15250 rpm view all Top Speed, Dual Channel ABS, Head Lamp, Tachometer, Pirelli Tyre Make view all
Speciale
Rs. 51.80 lakh
1103 cc, 214 PS @ 13000 rpm view all Top Speed, Dual Channel ABS, Head Lamp, Tachometer, Pirelli Tyre Make view all
25° Anniversario 916
Rs. 54.90 lakh
1103 cc, 214 PS @ 13000 rpm view all Top Speed, Dual Channel ABS, Head Lamp, Tachometer, Pirelli Tyre Make view all

Ducati Panigale V4 Overview

Ducati Panigale V4
Ducati Panigale V4 Rs. 26.50 lakh

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Panigale V4

Q. Does Ducati Panigale V4 s has dual quick shifter?
  • For transmission duties, the Ducati Panigale V4 gets a six-speed manual gearbox and a bi-directional quick-shifter.
Q. Which one is better Yamaha R1 or Ducati Panigale V4 in terms of performance, riding experience and safety features?
  • Both the speed-hungry monsters are not meant to compare but suggest you if you need a more power to pick up and more track-focused bike then suggest you to go for the Ducati Panigale V4 whereas if you need more refined engine in 1000cc with more track-focused features such as The YZF-R1 is fully equipped with banking-sensitive Traction Control and unified ABS, as well as Slide Control, Launch Control, and more. Deltabox Chassis, The YZF-R1 pioneered the use of the first six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit ever offered on a street-going motorcycle. The IMU consists of a gyro sensor that measures pitch, roll, and yaw, as well as an accelerometer that measures acceleration in the fore-aft, up- down, and right-left directions… all at a rate of 125 calculations per second. The YZF-R1 features a lightweight and compact cross-plane crankshaft, inline-four-cylinder, 998cc high output engine. Whereas Ducati provides you Exhaust system Ducati Performance by Akrapovič, Riding Modes, Power Modes, Bosch Cornering ABS EVO, Ducati Traction Control EVO, Ducati Wheelie Control EVO, Ducati Slide Control, Engine Brake Control EVO, Auto tyre calibration. The crank pins, offset by 70° like on the Desmosedici GP, require a "Twin Pulse" firing order to generate power that is easy to handle and optimise traction when coming out of curves. Thanks to this firing order the Desmosedici Stradale makes a unique and distinctive sound. The claimed mileage for the Yamaha YZF R1 petrol is 15kmpl whereas the claimed mileage for the Ducati Panigale V4 petrol is 8-12kmpl. But before the final decisions suggest you take a test drive of both the vehicles to understand the power and comfort better.
  • R1 has a 4 cylinder legacybut VR still creeps towards R1 in terms of design which is definitely European ,will last. Also it 3 versions to choose from to its service centres in main centres.
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Q. I have booked Panigale v4 I have not handled Superbikes before this is my first bike I am buying this bike full and full only for power to drive only on roads not on track will this bike will be easy to handle for me or else is there any steps I have to take to fit on this bike
  • Ducati Panigale V4 is a track focused bike and you have 214PS of power to play with, no doubts shall ever arise. Torque has gone down to 124Nm but nearly all of it is available across a much wider rev range between 8750 - 12,250rpm. The rev limit has increased from 12,500rpm to 14,500rpm. These might seem like small changes but add it all together and you get - sweetness. The engine doesn’t punish you with jerky throttle responses when you accelerate from the middle of a corner, or when you use a higher gear. Simply put, the new engine doesn’t have the quirks of the L-Twin, which makes it a whole load easier and nicer to ride than any Ducati superbike before it. This has obvious benefits on a tight and twisting track but it also makes the new Panigale a sweeter motorcycle to live with! Although, we’d be a little bit shocked and annoyed if you bought one to commute on in India. But, for the first time the Panigale comes with a Street mode that softens throttle response for a more easygoing commute. Instead of a trellis monocoque the Panigale now uses a cast alloy front frame that gave Ducati more flexibility in tuning the precision and agility of the handling while making it easier to ride.The frame weighs all of 4kgs and uses the engine as a stressed member. Weight has been of great importance here. The LED headlamp units have been lightened by 0.5kgs. The deep-drawn technique for making the 16-litre fuel tank allows it to be shaped so that it can flow under the rider’s seat to distribute weight better. The S version uses a lithium-ion battery to reduce weight further. We’ll say it without hemming and hawing - the Ducati Panigale V4 S might very well be the new benchmark for litre-class motorcycles. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts and if any modification requires then get in touch with the authorized service center as they will be the better persons to assist you regarding such customization. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers
  • Out side India you need a special licence and need to undergo training to ride a superbike. v4 gives you confidence..but thumb rule is to upgrade from a super sport segment or v2 then to v4. If you had made up mind ...respect the bike for your safety and to all vehicles in the road including pedestrians. Buy premium riding gears ..ride safe.Good luck.
  • I would strongly recommend not riding this as your first bike, you might want to consider buying or renting something with a little less power to get used to the feel of a bike, as almost everybody drops their first bike a few times and it would be a shame to scratch a brand new ducati
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