The recall is regarding improper assembly of shift knob in the gear lever. In total, 2,705 units have been affected in the region and the company will start contacting owners through its dealerships starting 25 January, 2019.
Ducati recently revealed its line-up for 2019 at the World Premiere event. While some motorcycles get incremental updates, the others receive a major overhaul. Here’s all you need to know about the 2019 model range from the Italian manufacturer.
The 2018 version of the Monster 821 has arrived in India carrying a price tag of Rs 9.51 lakhs (ex-showroom, India). Around the 821’s price tag, you could look at nine other options that the market offers. Here is what the list looks like-
Ducati has finally launched the 2018 Monster 821 in India. The bike not only gets a BS-IV compliant engine but also cosmetic and technological upgrades. The Monster 821 faces competition from the Triumph Street Triple and the Yamaha MT-09. We see how the bikes fare against each other in this competition check.
Ducati has launched the 2018 Monster 821 in India at Rs 9.51 lakhs (ex-showroom). Apart from a BS-IV compliant powertrain, the new Monster 821 benefits from a slew of cosmetic and technological updates.
Ducati’s plans for India includes the launch of four new motorcycles. While the the Panigale V4 arrived on our shores a month ago, the 2018 Ducati Monster 821 is expected to be here on May 1. Ahead of its launch, we tell you what you can expect from the upcoming streetfighter from the Italian manufacturer.