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Ducati Monster pre-bookings open ahead of the India launch. The brand has officially announced the pre-booking for its sportiest naked motorcycle for 2021, the Monster and Monster Plus in India. According to the maker, the new Monster represents the essence of Ducati in the lightest, most compact, and essential form possible.
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Commenting on this Mr Bipul Chandra, Managing Director of Ducati India said, “The new Monster has already witnessed a stupendous response in the global market, and this is especially true of young riders and enthusiasts. We’re thrilled to bring the new Monster and Monster Plus to the Indian market, and let our riders experience the sportiest naked we’ve made for the middle weight segment. I certainly can’t wait for riders to experience the agility and sleekness of the new Monster.”
Ducati has set the initial amount for the pre-order at INR 100,000. Customers can book their Monster at their nearest Ducati dealerships till the current stocks last. The digital launch of the new Monster will take place at 11 am on September 23rd on Ducati India’s social media channels and deliveries will begin soon after the launch and it will be available on display across all Ducati dealerships in Delhi – NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kochi, Kolkata, and Chennai.
Also, the brand has said the test rides for the 2021 Monster will also begin shortly after the launch, under the Ducati Cares programme which ensures the practice of all safety measures to tackle the current covid-19 situation. Currently, other than the pre-order details, there hasn’t been revealed anything yet, the motorcycle will be launched in India, so more details on price, variants, standard equipment will be shared at the time of its launch.
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