Ducati Temporarily Removes Diavel and Diavel Diesel From Indian Lineup

Ducati India, after eliminating a handful of products including the Scrambler, the Monster 821, the Panigale 1299 and its top end variant the Panigale 1299S, from its lineup, has now removed the power cruiser Diavel and its sibling Diavel Diesel. The reason behind taking these two more models back from Indian portfolio is same as the other ones, they were also not complied with the new BS-IV emission norms. However, these product’s elimination is temporary and later this year all these models will join their siblings in an improved form.

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As, the most famous Scrambler, the company has started accepting pre-orders for two of its Icon and Classic variants, and deliveries against your booking will take place in July 2017. However, the Scrambler Full Throttle will be available to purchase from September 2017.

If the Ducati Monster variants are considered, the Italian marque has recently introduced the Monster 797 in the portfolio. While the discontinued Monster 821 along with the Diavel will make their comeback by October this year. On the other hand, the Diesel Diavel will surprise you with its slightly earlier arrival in August 2017. 

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The Panigale, brand’s flagship model, recently there is no official information about when will it be re-introduced here. Well, the Panigale 1299 S Tricolore- a high-spec V-twin superbike, which is an enhanced illustration of the Panigale R has recently been teased online. Ducati is all set to unveil this Superbike officially on the 7th July 2017. Lock the date, as further information about this flagship will unveil on the date. That, what is Italian marque’s plans for this top-of-the-line motorcycle.