The Monster 797 is the newest and youngest member of the Monster family. The muscular stance and compact design of the motorcycle made it an outstanding offering as an entry level motorcycle. The round yet tapered headlight, muscular fuel tank, visible red-color frame and single exhaust canister provides a distinct character to the motorcycle. The minimal tail section looks even more appealing. The sturdy USD front fork helps in defining a superior class of motorcycle. Here, numerous appearance features of Monster 797 are listed below:
The Monster 797 is a downsized version of the Monster 1200, it resembles its bigger sibling in terms of looks. But at the technological front, the motorcycle only shares ABS from it. While the fitments such as traction control, riding modes and throttle response are not provided in this entry level monster. However, the Ducati Multimedia System (DMS) that allows smartphone connectivity for rider and pillion’s entertainment, is being offered as optional. The list of technological aspects are as follows:
The Monster 797 is equipped with an improved 803cc, Testastretta, air-cooled twin cylinder engine. The mill churns out the maximum power of 75hp at 8,250 rpm and the peak torque of 68.9Nm at 5,750 rpm. The company claims now the engine spits out more than 80% of max torque starting from the 3,500 rpm. The powering unit comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox transmission with the slipper clutch as standard. The complete engine specs of the Monster 797 are write-down.
Keeping rider’s safety in mind, the Italian bike maker Ducati has packed this youngest Monster, the 797 with all the necessary equipment. It gets grippy single bar handlebar, chiseled fuel tank to offer excellent knee recess, responsive suspension setup and the really important disc brakes with ABS connectivity. All the safety components are listed below: