Ducati releases 2015 model pricing

Ducati boss with Scrambler, Panigale and Multistrada

Ducati Australia has kept a lid on all prices for the 2015 models, despite adding Desmodromic Valve Timing to the Multistrada range.

2015 Ducati Mutistrada panigale
2015 Ducati Mutistrada

As the Italian company welcomes the three cute Scrambler models to its 2015 range, all bikes now come fitted with ABS as standard, excluding Streetfighter 848. 

They will have most bikes on display at this weekend’s Melbourne Moto Expo, including the new Scrambler which arrives in showrooms in February.

Meanwhile, a highlight of their stand will be a fully accessorised Diavel. For the first time Ducati Australia held the ‘Accessoried bike of the year’ competition through their dealer network and the winner with the most Facebook likes is a Diavel “Mercurio” from Fraser Motorcycles Perth. 

They will also showcase the latest line of genuine Ducati motorcycle clothing.

  

2015 PRICELIST

(All prices are before on-road costs)

  • M 659 (LAMs Approved) $12,990
  • M 696 $13,990
  • M 796 $15,990 
  • Monster 821 Dark $15,990 
  • Monster 821Plus $16,490
  • Monster 1200 $19,990
  • Monster 1200 S $23,990
  • Streetfighter 848 $17,490
  • Multistrada 1200 $22,990
  • Multistrada 1200 S Touring $28,490
  • Multistrada 1200 S Granturismo $30,490
  • Multistrada 1200 S Pikes Peak $31,990
  • Hypermotard $16,990
  • Hypermotard SP $20,490
  • Hyperstrada $16,990
  • Ducati Hypermotard SP
    Ducati Hypermotard SP

    899 Panigale $19,990

  • 1199 Panigale $26,990
  • 1199 Panigale S $33,990
  • 1199 Panigale R $42,990
  • Diavel Dark $23,990
  • Diavel Carbon $29,990
  • Scrambler Icon (Ducati Red) $12,990
  • Scrambler Icon (’62 Yellow) $13,140
  • Scrambler Urban Enduro $14,990
  • Scrambler Classic $14,990
  • Scrambler Full Throttle $14,990

7 Comments

  1. Can someone please give me some inputs on the hypermotard/hypermotard SP?
    Is it worth shelling out that extra for the SP? Just test rode the hyper today and was pretty impressed specially in terms of comfort. Any inputs would be much appreciated – thanks.

  2. Does anyone know when the new Multistrada is due to arrive in Australia ? I Paid my deposit 3months ago and my local dealer has no idea.

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