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2016 Ducati Multistrada Prices Revealed

In case you've been waiting for the Multistrada Enduro all these years, here's a nice treat for you. We got the price list for the entire 2016 range, and we're a tad surprised to see that it's still the Multistrada Pikes Peak leading the charts.
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In Italy, the 2016 Ducati Multistrada Pikes Peak comes with a price tag that reads 23,990 Euro. By today's Google conversion, this translates to $26,000, even though we know that prices in the U.S. tend to be a bit smaller. Still, the Multistrada slots in the premium class, no doubt about this.

At the opposite end of the price list we can find the base version, called Multistrada 1200, which will follow you to your garage for only €17,460, the equivalent of $18,930. Again, we make the conversion just to see how the bikes stack up against the competition in the North American market.

Small variations are introduced by colors, too, but they are rather insignificant. The S version of the Multistrada sells for 19.990 Euro or $21,670, while adding the D|Air airbag system is half a grand more on the invoice. This, of course, represents the price of the bike equipped with the DAir electronics. Putting them to proper use requires that you buy the D|Air jackets, and these garments aren't the cheapest either.

Finally, the Ducati Multistrada Enduro retails in Italy for €21,190 or $22,970, regardless of the color you choose, Ducati Red, Star White Silk, or Phantom Grey. The price variation we mentioned only applies to the Multistrada S.

As for the Pikes Peak itself, the 2016 race will most likely see a new kid on the block, dreaming big about winning the Race to the Clouds. We've been told in an exclusive interview with KTM that KTM North America is planning to line up a Super Duke R at the start...

 
 
 
 
 

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