Ducati Monster motorcycle Price List in the Philippines January 2018
Latest Reviews for Ducati Monster
I know mahal ito pero ang motor ng kaibigan ko ay ito talaga kaya pina try niya ako matagal ko ng gusto bumili nito pero ng ma try ko na mas naging eager na talaga ako makabili na nito kasi ang husay ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Jessy Lou
- Date : Jun 27, 2017
Motorcycle is the famous now that used on some people and I was included on that cause I have my ducati motorcyle it was the sporty type of motorcycle and great to have it. The engine of it was all ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by timothy_dfunk
- Date : Nov 29, 2016
Ducati Monster 795(796) ay isang big bike ko na mnotorcycle may kamahalan nga naman ito ng kunti pero okay lang din naman kasi sulit naman ang pera ko sa pag bili nito kasi ang bilis nitong tumakbo ...Read more
- Rating : 5.0
- Review by Sad3n 523
- Date : Aug 30, 2016
- Good Review
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About Ducati Monster
Ducati Monster is scaring off its competitors in a huge way
The Ducati Monster is motorcycle produced in Italy since 1993, and designed by Miguel Angel Galluzi. It boasts of a "naked" image that is characterized by an exposed frame that reveals the engine and few other parts of the vehicle. The vehicle has efficiently made use of trellis frame to enhance both visual aesthetics and architectural efficiency. The Monster accounted for almost half of total worldwide sale of Ducati motorcycles in the year 2005. The primary feature of Ducati is the 90 degree V-twin engines with desmodromic valves and tubular steel trellis frame. Over the years, there have been numerous variations released in Philippines that include up to nine Monster version releases in a single year. Customer motorcycle builders have taken a keen interest in this model and have exhibited their versions of vehicles in the Monster Challenge.
Features of Ducati Monster
The inception of Ducati Monster began with the launched of three models in the first generation. The M600, M750 and M900 actually represented the engine titles. There were also several limited edition models lined up for release after the first three models saw the light of day in 1993, 1994 and 1996 respectively. The Monster City, which was the most notable part of the premium series, was easily distinguished in a unique blue color and saddlebag style leather briefcase.
The Ducati Monster maintained its aggressive look mostly unchanged till 2000, after which they introduced fuel injection to the M900 model. Later in 2001, they launched the S4, which came featured with four-valve liquid cooled engine along with some other technical modifications like Brembo four-piston calipers and semi-floating front brakes. 2002 saw the launch of the limited edition S4 named in tribute to Ducati’s four-time Superbike champion- Carl "Foggy" Fogarty. On November 2005, the top range model going by the name of S4RS Testastretta was announced, which featured an engine from 999 Superbike with front and rear radial brakes with Ohlins suspension. On February 2006, the Monster 695 was announced featuring a 1000 cc motor.
April 2010 saw the announcement of Monster 796 and was later replaced by Monster 1100 Evo in November. In this model, the exhaust pipe was moved sideward instead of being positioned below the seat. Among other features, the Ducati Safety Package (DSP) comes standard with this vehicle. Finally, to round this off, the Ducati series now consists of 659/ 696/ 796 and 1100 Evo.
Popularity in the Philippines
Ducati has earned its placein the hearts of people around the world thanks to their deep commitment to serve their customers and compete against some of the best racing brands. Their products are the embodiment of unmatched level of engineering skills, perfect body design and passion for performance that far exceeds many. The Italian industry gained a foot-hold in Philippines along with 59 other nations, when their motorcycles started getting critical acclaim and fans were becoming steady in their commitment with the company. There is a saying "A man and his machines are inseparable"; this goes true for Ducati Monster enthusiasts who not only enjoy the thrill of riding fast, but also riding with style.
Latest news in the Philippines
Ducati’s success is not only limited to just sales figures and critical appreciation. This week, Amarjit Sanghera scored a huge win for Team Ducati Philippines by beating his competition in the Spyder-Wheeltek Motorally 2015. He was riding Ducati Multistrada 1200 and endured the challenge for 19 hours and 38 minutes to eventually emerge victorious as the Elite finisher. Sanghera said the Multistrada offered enough reliability and power to make him pull through one of the toughest endurance rides he had so far, in his career. General Manager of Ducati Philippines said that the bikes success in the endurance event proves of the company’s reliability, durability and overall performance.
The Italian motorcycle brand announced sales figures for the year 2014 as an achievement, because they sold 2 percent more units worldwide than in 2013. Especially in Asia, the company claimed that they made a new record by selling 5787 units, which is an improvement of 11 percent, over 2013 sales figures that includes sale of Ducati Monster in Philippines.