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Ducati Streetfighter V2



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Streetfighter V2 Standard
₹ 18,50,200
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Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels
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Streetfighter V2 Key Highlights

Engine Capacity955 cc
Mileage - ARAI
17 kmpl
Transmission6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight200 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity17 litres
Seat Height845 mm

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Summary

Price: Ducati Streetfighter V2 price for its variant - Streetfighter V2 Standard starts at Rs. 18,50,200. The mentioned Streetfighter V2 price is the average ex-showroom.

Ducati Streetfighter V2 is a super bike available in only 1 variant and 1 colour. The Ducati Streetfighter V2 is powered by 955cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 150.59 bhp and a torque of 101.4 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Ducati Streetfighter V2 comes up with anti-locking braking system. This Streetfighter V2 bike weighs 200 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 17 liters.

Ducati has launched the Streetfighter V2 to rival the likes of Kawasaki Z900, BMW F900R, and the Triumph Street Triple series in the Indian market. The new Ducati Streetfighter V2 is available in a single variant.

The motorcycle draws styling cues from the Italian manufacturer’s flagship naked roadster motorcycle, the Streetfighter V4. Thus, the design comprises a twin-pod headlight with a V-shaped LED DRL, a muscular fuel tank, flat handlebar, silver-coloured radiator shrouds, sporty engine cowl, split-style saddle, single-sided swingarm, and an underbelly exhaust setup. However, unlike the Streetfighter V4, this naked roadster is available in a single variant and it is listed in one paint option – Ducati Red.

The Streetfighter V2 uses a BS6-compliant 955cc, twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that is linked to a six-speed gearbox and tuned to deliver a maximum output of 150.9bhp at 10,750rpm and a peak torque of 101.4Nm at 9,000rpm. The service interval is 12,000km or 12 months while the valve clearance intervals are 24,000km long.

The feature list on the motorcycle comprises full-LED lighting, a 4.3-inch full-TFT dashboard, a six-axis IMU inertial platform, three riding modes (Sport, Road, and Wet), power modes, cornering ABS with slide-by-brake function, traction control system, wheelie control, a bi-directional quickshifter, and engine brake control.

The hardware on the new Ducati Streetfighter V2 includes a monocoque frame that uses the engine as the stressed member. The suspension tasks are handled by 43mm Showa BPF front forks and a Sachs rear mono-shock – both fully adjustable. The braking setup includes twin 320mm discs with Brembo M4-32 monobloc four-piston calipers at the front and a single 245mm rotor with a two-piston caliper. The dry weight of the motorcycle is rated at 178kg.

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Review

  • Good Things

    • Loaded with top-spec electronics
    • 153bhp engine churns out great performance
    • Excellent handling abilities
  • Could be Better

    • Priced quite high
    • Limited sales, service reach
    • Expensive to maintain

BikeWale's Take

The Streetfighter V2 is the smaller version of the V4 but it provides an experience that is exhilarating. This motorcycle gets its power from a 153bhp engine that is known for its top-end performance and to keep the rider safe from such performance, the Italian brand has equipped it with top-spec electronics. But the bike is expensive to maintain and the brand it belongs to have limited sales and service reach. 

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Expert Opinion

Just like most other Ducatis, the SFV2’s price tag of Rs. 18 lakh (ex-showroom) comes across as quite steep. But, is it really exorbitant? Or, does the red Italian have some tricks up its sleeves to justify the price? Let’s find out.

Introduction

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Front View

The Ducati Streetfighter V2, to put it simply, is the naked version of the much-hallowed Panigale V2 sportbike. On the face of it, the Italian marque has replaced the latter’s fairing, clip-ons, and rear-set footpegs with a tubular handlebar, slightly forward-set pegs, and a Streetfighter V4-like bodywork for the V2. However, there are more changes which don’t meet the eye but make a significant difference out on the road. The Streetfighter V2, in essence, is meant to be more practical and easier to live with than the Panigale. 

While the idea sounds enticing, just like most other Ducatis, the SFV2’s price tag of Rs. 18 lakh (ex-showroom) comes across as quite steep. But, is it really exorbitant? Or, does the red Italian have some tricks up its sleeves to justify the price? Let’s find out.

The Visuals

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Left Side View

This is where the Streetfighter V2 makes every other middle-weight naked look vanilla. If you haven’t seen one in the flesh, the design is drop-dead gorgeous. The animalistic front fascia looks menacing. The headlamp, when it comes on, looks like the intense eyes of a predator ready to attack stealthily. The sculpted fuel tank has pointed side bulges which, along with the beefy extensions and underbelly cowl, look like an athlete flexing its muscles. This is accompanied by a razor-sharp tail with twin LED taillamps tucked gracefully underneath. Courtesy of the swingarm being placed on the left side, the right side profile of the bike looks clean and elegant. 

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Head Light

The SFV2 has a high level of build quality and fit and finish to match its stunning design. I couldn’t stop admiring the finishing of the glossy red paint scheme which shouts extravagance. Similarly, the quality of plastic panels and their fitment don’t leave room for complaint. What feels a bit un-Ducati though is the loud clank every time you pull up the side stand. 

The Package

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Engine From Right

The specifications of the Streetfighter V2 are as appreciable as its design. Well, a 200kg motorcycle pumping out over 150bhp is no joke, right? Clinging on its monocoque aluminium frame is a 955cc, L-twin engine borrowed from the Panigale V2. Although the power and torque output numbers are measly 2bhp and 4Nm lower than the Panigale, the rear sprocket of the SFV2 has additional two teeth for punchier low-end thrust. 

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Front Suspension

The hardware package is upmarket enough to match the engine specs. The neatly chiselled 17-inch alloy wheels are suspended by Showa BPF USDs up front and a Sachs rear monoshock, both being fully adjustable. Bringing it to a halt is a pair of 320mm discs with Brembo M4-32 monobloc four-piston callipers at the front and a single 245mm rotor with a two-piston calliper. Ducati has also incorporated a Sachs steering damper to save the rider’s pants by mitigating the effect of tank slappers. 

Ducati Streetfighter V2 TFT / Instrument Cluster

As expected of a Ducati, there’s no dearth of electronic wizardry. Facilitated by a six-axis IMU, it offers three riding modes (Sport, Road, and Wet), power modes, cornering ABS with slide-by-brake function, traction control system, wheelie control, a bi-directional quick shifter, and engine brake control. And yes, all the riding modes are customisable. Displaying the bike’s information is a small TFT screen which is loaded with information. One can toggle through different screens and options via the up-down directional key and select button integrated within the turn indicator switch. As for the lighting setup, of course, it is all LED.

The Ride

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Front View

The engine of the Ducati Streetfighter V2 comes to life and settles into an idle with a mechanical cacophony. But when revved hard, the audio transforms into a loud and raspy growl which is sonorous. Slot it in the first gear, get going, and you realise this L-twin motor doesn’t like to be in the lower revs. Not that it’s completely reluctant, but anything below 3,500rpm is a slightly shuddery affair. However, as the revs climb, the Streetfighter comes into its element with vigorous propulsion until 6,000rpm. Then, the mid-range pull is profoundly strong which makes it a hoot to ride in the city. Even on the highway, a subtle blip of the throttle is enough to outpace all other vehicles.

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Left Side View

Things get quite insane beyond 6,000rpm. The surge of torque is relentless and the SFV2 chases the horizon like nobody’s business. You have to crouch down on the fuel tank to fight the brutal windblast. And if you have the guts to keep the electronic intervention toned down, the front wheel keeps leaving the ground and the rear wheel constantly fights for traction. Damn, it crosses 150kmph and approaches 200kmph quicker than you expect. Plus, when you slam down the gearbox to reduce the pace, the revs drop with loud gurgles and crackles. Sweet!

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Left Side View

The throttle is extremely direct and precise. Similarly, the gear shifts are crisp and false neutrals are close to none. However, the quickshifter isn’t the smoothest. Although it never misses a shift, you need to apply quite some effort to execute clutchless shifts. Surprisingly, on the bright side, this engine doesn’t heat up as quickly as on older Ducatis. Even when it does, the level of heat wafting on your thighs is bearable for the most part. 

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Right Side View

What fascinated me is the stability with which the Streetfighter V2 does all of it. It feels rock solid in a straight line which is due to the swingarm being marginally longer than its faired sibling. Even the steering damper does a great job of keeping the front end in control. As for the handling, this Italian changes directions gracefully. Slicing through gaps in traffic feels like a child’s play and going around corners is equally effortless. The steering responds obediently, the chassis feels very communicative, and Pirelli Diablo Rosso 4 tyres dance along with tremendous grip and feel. 

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Front Wheel

The SFV2 has equally good brakes. The bite comes in quickly and strongly, bringing this juggernaut to a halt in no time. However, I felt that the response from the front brake lever should be slightly stronger. As for the ride quality, despite the suspension being set up on the stiffer side, it never felt uncomfortable. In fact, I felt the ride was almost plush over minor undulations while being just a tad jarring through deeper potholes. Lest I forget, it also saddles you with good comfort. You’re seated in a slightly crouching position but the seat is incredibly spacious and densely cushioned.

What I didn’t like though is the fact that it misses out on a fuel level indicator! And toggling through different screens on the TFT requires a lot of pressing of the buttons and takes some time to get used to. A joystick of sorts can make life easier. Moreover, if you like to go fast often, adding an accessory windscreen is a must.

Should you buy it?

Ducati Streetfighter V2 Right Side View

Mind-numbing performance, premium components, and top-notch electronics are offered by most of the bikes at this price point. However, this Ducati brings all of that to the table with a siding of a raw and brash character, reasonable practicality, and an ultra-premium brand appeal which can be offered only by select two-wheeler makers across the globe. Not to mention, if you want your motorcycle to look breathtakingly beautiful, the Streetfighter V2 suffices. Yes, the asking price of Rs. 18.10 (ex-showroom) is slightly exorbitant. But that’s the price you pay for more exclusivity than most other bikes out there. 

Photography by Kapil Angane

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Ducati Streetfighter V2 is available in the following colours in India.

Ducati Streetfighter V2 mileage

Ducati Streetfighter V2 mileage

The ARAI mileage of Ducati Streetfighter V2 is 17 kmpl.

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Streetfighter V2 Specifications & Features

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      Specifications

      • Power & Performance

        • Displacement
          955 cc
        • Max Power
          150.59 bhp @ 10750 rpm
        • Max Torque
          101.4 Nm @ 9000 rpm
        • Mileage - ARAI
          17 kmpl

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      • Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

        • Front Suspension
          Fully adjustable Showa BPF fork. 43mm chromed inner tubes
        • Rear Suspension
          Fully adjustable Sachs unit.
        • Braking System
          Dual Channel ABS
        • Front Brake Type
          Disc

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      • Dimensions & Chassis

        • Kerb Weight
          200 kg
        • Seat Height
          845 mm
        • Ground Clearance
          131 mm
        • Overall Length
          2093 mm

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      • Manufacturer Warranty

        • Standard Warranty
          2 year
        • Standard Warranty
          Unlimited km

      Features

        • Touch Screen Display
          No
        • Instrument Console
          Digital
        • Odometer
          Digital
        • Speedometer
          Digital

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      Ducati Streetfighter V2 User Reviews

      4.8/5

      (6 Ratings) 1 Reviews

      A letter about a Monster

      19 weeks ago


      Raj Nayak

      1. Just bought it by EMI several months ago. The experience was very good.
      2. It gives me the experience of my dreams come true. I feel like flying in NH.
      3. It's the monster in power but cutest in looks.
      4. Maintenance is costly but have not sent for servicing yet.
      5. I drive safely under the traffic rules and regulations.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Everything

      Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

      Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

      Got mileage of

      15 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      Don't do rash drive always, send for servicing after a long tour.

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      Ducati Streetfighter V2 FAQs

      Q: What is the on-road price of Ducati Streetfighter V2 in 2024?
      The 2024 on-road price of Ducati Streetfighter V2 in Delhi is Rs. 20,83,557. This Ducati Streetfighter V2 price includes the ex-showroom price, RTO and insurance charges.

      Q: Which is better Ducati Streetfighter V2 or BMW S 1000 R?
      Ducati Streetfighter V2 is priced at Rs. 18,50,200, has a 955 cc 6 Speed Manual engine, and weighs 200 kg, whereas, the price of BMW S 1000 R is Rs. 19,00,000 with a 999 cc 6 Speed Manualengine, and weighing 199 kg.

      Q: What are the colour options of Ducati Streetfighter V2?
      Ducati Streetfighter V2 is available in only 1 colour which is Ducati Red.

      Q: What are the key specifications of Ducati Streetfighter V2?
      Ducati Streetfighter V2 is a Super bike that weighs 200 kg, has a 955 cc BS6 Phase 2 engine and a fuel capacity of 17 litres.

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