Here’s Your Clearest Look At The Ducati...
- Mar 16, 2020
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Ducati India has finally brought the more hardcore Multistrada 1260 Enduro to India for Rs 19.99 lakh (ex-showroom India). Targeted towards off-road enthusiasts, the top-of-the-line Multistrada gets a lighter frame, off-road ready tyres and a whole host of electronics. But, if you’re someone who doesn’t want to go down the beaten path and want something else in the same price range, here are four motorcycles you’d be better off with.
Also Read - Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro Launched In India
(all prices, ex-showroom Delhi)
BMW S 1000 RR Pro (Rs 20.95 lakh)
Want the latest and greatest litre-class track-tamer? The Germans might just have the right thing for you. Yes, we’re talking about the 2019 BMW S 1000 RR Pro, which not only gets the same lightweight chassis, updated electronics and revised engine as the standard model, but also comes with additional components like three additional rider modes: Race Pro 1, 2 and 3, which can be customised to your liking. Along with it, you also get dynamic damping control, heated grips, cruise control, launch control and a pit-lane limiter.
MV Agusta F3 800 RC (Rs 21.99 lakh)
Owning a limited-edition MV Agusta has always been on the bucket list of many two-wheeled enthusiasts. What if we told you, for just Rs 2 lakh more than the Enduro you can get exactly that? For Rs 21.99 lakh, you can now be one of the six owners of the stonking MV Agusta F3 800 RC. Along with the exclusivity, you also get a beautifully designed bike and MV’s ‘Racing Kit’ which bumps the power up to 153PS!
Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic (Rs 19.79 lakh)
It won’t be an exaggeration to say that the Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic is the epitome of a Harley cruiser. Classic retro design? Check. Relaxed ergonomics? Check. A torquey V-twin powering it all? Check and check. So far so good, right? But that’s not all. With the help of the new taut chassis and Showa suspension setup, we finally have a Harley which can tackle corners with ease!
BMW R 1250 GS Pro (Rs 20.05 lakh)
Just like what Ducati has done with its Multistradas, BMW Motorrad has now upped its game with the all-new R 1250 GS. While it does look intimidating, hop onto the saddle and you’ll notice it is perhaps one of the easiest adventure motorcycles to ride. Now for 2019, with more power, torque and new ShiftCam technology, the Beemer has certainly ascertained its crown, while just being Rs 55,000 more expensive than the Ducati.
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