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New Ducati Monster Review: Image Gallery

26 March 2022, 01:21 PM Anuj Mishra
New Ducati Monster Review: Image Gallery

Ducati’s iconic Monster went through a major overhaul last year and it has been improved on almost all fronts. However, what matters is - is it practical and relevant for the Indian roads now? To scrutinise the same, we recently spent some quality time with the bike and you can read our experience here.

In this post though, let’s take a look at some of the enchanting clicks of the Monster captured by our lensman. 

Ducati Monster BS6 Front View

It might be a downer for some that the new Monster has lost the muscular and butch visual appeal of its predecessor, including the signature red trellis frame which used to lend it a unique persona.

Ducati Monster BS6 Right Side View

But the new Monster is an attractively designed motorcycle nonetheless. It looks more athletic and compact with more angular and sharper design lines.

Ducati Monster BS6 Rear View

Some of the bits that instantly catch your attention are red alloy wheels, dual slash-cut exhaust canisters, and sleek LED turn indicators that glow sequentially. 

Ducati Monster BS6 TFT Touchscreen Instrument Cluster

The new Monster packs a bunch of riding aids that can be monitored and tweaked via the Bluetooth-enabled 4.3-inch colour TFT display. It looks crisp and clear and the data is arranged in an easy-to-read layout. 

Ducati Monster BS6 action

The list of safety aids includes three levels of cornering ABS, eight levels of traction control, four levels of wheelie control, launch control, and a bi-directional quick shifter. 

Ducati Monster BS6 action

You also get access to three riding modes – sport, urban and touring all three of which can be customised for throttle response, maximum performance and the aforementioned riding aids. 

Ducati Monster BS6 action

Propelling the latest Monster is the new 937cc, Testastretta, L-twin, liquid-cooled mill that also does duty in other 950s by Ducati. In the Monster, it churns out 111bhp of power and 93Nm of peak torque.

Ducati Monster BS6 action

As for the cycle parts, the 17-inch alloy wheels of the bike are suspended by non-adjustable 43mm inverted front forks and preload-adjustable rear monoshock. The stopping power comes from a pair of 320mm discs at the front and a 245mm disc at the rear with Brembo M4.32 callipers.

Ducati Monster BS6 action

As for the prices, Ducati has pegged the standard Monster at Rs 11.92 lakh and the Plus edition costs Rs 12.16 lakh (both prices are ex-showroom, India). It goes up against the Triumph Street Triple RS

Ducati Monster BS6

Ducati Monster BS6

  • Displacement937 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)109.96 bhp
  • Kerb Weight188 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 11,82,546

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