Ducati announces price hike across entire model lineup from 1 Jan
Italian marque Ducati has announced a price increase across its entire model range in India, starting from 1 January, 2023. The new prices will be levied on the ex-showroom cost of all models and variants of the motorcycles and will be applicable across all Ducati dealerships in the country.
The two-wheeler manufacturer has nine touchpoints in India, including New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kochi, and Kolkata. Moreover, its current India lineup consists of flagship Panigale V4 and V2, Streetfighter V4 and V2, Multistrada V4 and V2, Monster, Supersport, Diavel, XDiavel, Hypermotard 950 RVE, Scrambler range, and recently launched DesertX.
Ducati revealed a wide range of new motorcycles, including MY2023 models this year, namely Diavel V4, Multistrada V4 Rally, Monster SP, Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini, and Scrambler 2G. Notably, the brand has promised to bring all the motorcycles unveiled to India. Additionally, it will notify about the MY2023 motorcycle range in January 2023.
In other news, Ducati recently unveiled two exclusive race replicas based on the Panigale V4 S to celebrate its victory in the 2022 WorldSBK and MotoGP championships. Ducati will only make 260 units each, honouring the year of the brand's inception in 1926. However, all the units have already been sold out, within a few days of going on sale.
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