Ducati showcased the new entry-level Monster 797 at this year’s EICMA, Mlian. The new Ducati Monster 797 is powered by the same Desmodue L-Twin 803cc engine that powers the Scrambler. This motor outputs 75 PS and is Euro-IV compliant. It has always been pretty obvious that the Monster 797 is India-bound. Now, we’ve got to know from our reliable sources that the Ducati Monster 797 India launch date will fall in April, 2017! Prices of the Monster 797 could start at Rs 7 Lakh. Here’s all the information on the Ducati Monster 797 India launch date, price, specifications, mileage and details.
Ducati Monster 797 India Launch Date
|Launch Date||April, 2017|
The Ducati Monster 797 India launch date will fall in April, 2017. This piece of information has been revealed to us by our industry sources. The Monster 797 will come to us from Thailand, and will be imported via CBU route.
Ducati Monster 797 Price in India
|Expected Price||Rs 8.7 Lakh (on-road, Gurgaon)|
Thanks to lower import duties for imports from Thailand, the Monster 797 will have a pretty attractive sticker price in India. On-road price will be Rs 8.7 Lakh, which would make the entry-level Monster a compelling buy for many Ducati fans and biking aficionados.
Ducati Monster 797 Images
Ducati Monster 797 Specifications
|Maximum Power||75 BHP @ 8250 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||68.9 NM @ 5750 rpm|
|No. of Cylinders||2|
|No. of Gears||6|
|Seat Height||805 mm|
|Kerb/Wet Weight||193 KGs|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||16.5 Litres|
Powering the new 2017 Ducati Monster 797 is an 803cc Desmodue L-Twin engine that produces 75 BHP and 68Nm. This is the same engine that powers the Scrambler. It comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The Monster 797 comes kitted out with a slipper clutch.
The new Monster 797 runs on stylish 10-spoke 17-inch alloys that are shod with 120/70 front and 180/55 rear Pirelli Rosso II tyres. Other highlights include a twin-spar swingarm, KYB 43mm front USD forks and a Sachs monoshock at the rear.
Ducati Monster 797 Design Review
The new 797 is the smallest bike in the Monster series. It made its public debut at this year’s EICMA Motor Show. The new Monster 797 finds itself slotted below the Monster 821. However, it looks much like the 821, whilst boasting a much simpler motor. In a typical Ducati fashion, the 797 flaunts a red Trellis frame. Other highlights include a muscular fuel tank and the trademark Monster headlamp. Instead of the 821’s double end-can, the 797 Monster gets a single end can. It also gets digital instrumentation, LED indicators and LED tail light.
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