Buyer’s Guide : 2021 Ducati Monster Top Highlights
The new Ducati Monster has been completely redesigned, with a larger engine, more power, and torque, as well as a new design and improved amenities. The new Monster is more powerful, lighter, more compact than its predecessor, and it provides a compact and enjoyable middleweight nude sport. However, for the first time in its nearly three-decade history, the Ducati Monster foregoes its trademark steel trellis frame in favour of an aluminium frame inspired by the Panigale V4. Here are the top five features of the Ducati Monster.
The liquid-cooled 937 cc Testastretta 11-degree L-twin engine produces 110 horsepower at 9,250 rpm and 93 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm. Standard equipment includes a 6-speed transmission with an up/down quickshifter. In comparison to the preceding 821, the engine produces higher power, with output increasing by 2 bhp and maximum torque increasing by 6 Nm.
The distinctive steel treliis frame has been replaced by an aluminium frame on the new Ducati Monster. Although the new Monster is tiny, it retains the muscular naked bike charm.
3. Notable Features
All of the menus for the three fully customizable riding modes, as well as cornering traction control, cornering ABS, wheelie control, and even launch control, are available on the 4.3-inch high-resolution TFT screen. The usual steel trellis frame is replaced by a lightweight aluminium front frame.
The 2021 Ducati Monster is a motorcycle with a lot of appeal. It boasts sufficient performance, razor-sharp handling, and provides a basis for an enjoyable excursion at a racetrack, as well as being simple and accessible to beginner riders.
The new Ducati Monster is not exactly an economical beginner’s sport bike, with prices starting at Rs. 11.92 lakh (ex-showroom), but Ducati claims it combines the best of both worlds: an exciting experience for skilled riders and a pleasant tool for rookie riders.