Ducati 848 Evo

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Last known Ex-showroom price in Mumbai

16,57,694

Ducati 848 Evo is now discontinued in India.

Discontinued

Ducati 848 Evo Summary

848 Evo key highlights
Price16,57,694
Colours
  • Red
  • Arctic White Silk
  • Dark Stealth

About 848 Evo

The Ducati 848 EVO was launched in 2010, as an evolution of the original 848 sport bike. The bike featured minor changes like black swingarm, Mono-block Brembo brake calipers, steering damper mount and a slightly tweaked engine.

The Ducati 848 EVO was launched in 2010, as an evolution of the original 848 sport bike. The bike featured minor changes like black swingarm, Mono-block Brembo brake calipers, steering damper mount and a slightly tweaked engine.  

The 848 EVO gets a V-twin 849cc 8 valve engine producing a maximum of 138bhp and 96Nm of torque.  It is chain driven and gets a six-speed gearbox that transmits all the power to the rear-wheels.  

The motorcycle is built on a rigid, light and a simplified tube layout and gets Showa fully adjustable upside down forks at the front and Showa fully adjustable monoshock at the rear. Stopping power comes from four-piston calipers biting into two 320mm discs at the front and dual-piston calipers at the rear rubbing a 245mm disc for friction. It gets a 120/70 ZR17 at the front and 180/55 ZR17 at the rear.

Dimensionally it is 2,100mm long, 1,100mm tall and a wheel base of 1,430mm separates the front and rear tyres. The motorcycle tips the scales at 168 kgs. Currently it is available only in two colours – Red and Black.

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Ducati 848 Evo Price

VariantPriceSpecs
848 Evo Standard 16,57,694 (Last known Ex-showroom, Mumbai) Disc Brake, Alloy Wheels

Price by cities (Last known Ex-showroom price)

Ducati 848 Evo Price - ₹ 16,57,694 onwards (Ex-showroom, Mumbai). It is available in 1 version - StandardMumbai.

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