There was already the Ducati Monster 821 running in India, and now Ducati has unleashed the new monster the Ducati 797+. To keep up the 25th anniversary celebration of the Ducati heritage, the company has announced the release of the 797+. The 797+ takes on after the Monster 821 and 1200 in matters of style along with an exposed trellis frame.

Monster 797+ Launched At The Same Price As The 797, Rs. 8.03 lakhs
Monster 797+ Launched At The Same Price As The 797, Rs. 8.03 lakhs

The 797+ runs on a  803-cc, L-Twin air-cooled engine which gives out a 72 Bhp of peak power at 8,250 rpm and 67 Nm of maximum torque at 5,750 rpm, which comes mated with a six speed manual transmission gearbox as standard. Disc brakes and ABS handles the braking duty quite well. The suspension is handled by an upside downfork in the front and monoshock at the rear. The bike rides on Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres. A wind deflector, which helps the rider experience maximum comfort , a flying screen upfront and a passenger seat cover, both matching the tank and front mudguard paint scheme, are a few things more than what is present in the Monster 797 along with a bikini fairing for the headlamp. The bike weighs a 175 kgs and a wheelbase of 1435 mm.

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Monster 797+ Launched At The Same Price As The 797, Rs. 8.03 lakhs

Sergi Canovas, Managing Director of  Italian automobile manufacturer, Ducati, India made his statement, “We are constantly trying to give more to our customers. Since decades the Monster family has been upholding the elements of sportiness, fun and contemporary. It is an important family for Ducati’s portfolio and we are confident that Monster 821 and 797+ will excite the luxury biking enthusiasts in India.

Monster 797+ Launched At The Same Price As The 797, Rs. 8.03 lakhs

Both the monsters 821 and 797 + reside together in showrooms in Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kochi, Kolkata and Chennai which has opened recently. The Triumph Street Triple S and the Kawasaki Z900 are the only two bikes to pose threat to the monster in the Indian subcontinent. Well the surprise is that the Ducati has decided to sell their Monster 797 and 797 + at the same price , that is, Rs. 8.03 lakhs.

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