2021 - 2022 Ducati Monster - gallery

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  • 2021 - 2022 Ducati Monster - gallery
  • 2021 - 2022 Ducati Monster - gallery
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    Ducati rolled into 2021 with a pair of new additions to its famous Monster family.
    uilt to be light, easy to control, and above all fun, the chassis is compact and sporty with ample Monster DNA on display, but its the twin-cylinder Testastretta that really steals the show.
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    Ducati bills its Monster line as descendants of the “first true naked bike.”
    The factory uses its own '93 Monster 900 as the main design inspiration.
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    The updated middleweight-naked of the Ducati stable has the same front-frame design as the Panigale and Streetfighter V4, so it's much lighter weight,
    and it has the same engine as the Hypermotard and SuperSport giving it more power and torque.
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    Short handlebar risers and a short-rise handlebar combine atop the tripleclamp to relax the upper leg of the rider's triangle
    and give your wrists and shoulders a break while leaving open the option of tucking all the way in when needed.
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    The Monster gives very willing performance in the curves and improve parking lot/slow speed maneuvers.
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    Suspension is surprisingly vanilla with non-adjustable, 43 mm, usd forks to float the front.
    Out back, the monoshock brings only the obligatory preload adjuster to the table.
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    The beating heart of the new Monster is the real star of the show, and this is where we find all of the top-shelf electronics.
    The 937 cc Testatretta L-twin engine delivers the goods with 111 horsepower at 9,250 rpm backed up by 69 pound-feet of torque that maxes out at 6,500 rpm.
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    Electronic wizardry includes riding modes, power modes, cornering ABS, Ducati traction control, Ducati wheelie control, and daytime running light.
    Standard equipment also includes Ducati quick shift, Ducati power launch, 4.3-inch TFT color display, Full LED headlight and lighting system, dynamic turn indicators, and USB power socket.
  • 2021 - 2022 Ducati Monster - gallery
    MSRP on the Monster is $12k and the Monster+ is $12.5k.
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