Ducati Monster 821

By - May 30th, 2014

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati has unveiled the all new Monster 821, replacing the discontinued 1100 EVO and joining the Monster 1200 as another liquid-cooled machine to the brand’s naked roadster line. The Monster 821 shares many of the same advanced features as the larger 1200, including adjustable seat height, eight-level traction control, three-level ABS and three-level Ride-by-Wire throttle control. A major difference separating the two – the larger sibling incorporates a single-sided swingarm rear suspension, while the 821 makes use of a simpler double-sided design. Other visual differences: a tail-mounted license plate holder and the absence of a chin spoiler. Power comes courtesy of an 821-cubic-centimeter Testastretta 11° V-twin, good for 112 horsepower and 65.9 lb-ft of torque. The Ducati Monster 821 goes on sale in July, with retail set at $10,995 for the 821 Dark version and $11,495 for the standard.

 

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

Ducati Monster 821

3 comments
Zoey Sr Fakhouri
Zoey Sr Fakhouri

Can't afforded now but soon you will be mine I guarantee you that