Buy a Ducati Multistrada and Get Free Optional Parts in the UK

Ducati has launched an interesting campaign across the United Kingdom, offering potential Multistrada clients the possibility to get a lot of neat accessories for free, including safety gear.
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The new Ducati Multistrada sport adventure bike is packed with technology and features, but the new offer grants possible buyers £1,000 (€1,185 / $1,574) in parts to either accessorize their new motorcycle or gear up with branded apparel. Parts can be added individually or as part of specially conceived optional packages.

If you like getting on rough terrains and explore, you can tick the box for the Enduro pack, which adds crash bars, a radiator grille, LED lights as well as brake disc and chain guard protectors.

The Touring pack is as useful for those in search of long road trips, coming with 85-liter Touratech side cases, heated grips and a handlebar bag. Same goes for the Urban pack that fits your bike with a 38-liter aluminum Touratech top case, tank bag and charger.

A Sport pack is on the list too, adding a homologated Termignoni titanium exhaust, brake and clutch fluid tank covers and black pump cover. A Ducati Corse C2 two-piece leather suit is also within reach with the new offer if you don’t need additional bike accessories.

The offer includes VAT and is available only if a new Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro is purchased until 30 September 2016 through an official UK Ducati dealership.

A standard Multistrada 1200 Enduro can be had for £16,890 (€20,020 / $22,435) and comes with semi-active Sachs suspension both front and rear, high-capacity 30-liter fuel tank, wired 19-inch front and 17-inch rear rims, twin-sided swingarm as well as the 160 hp Ducati Testastretta DVT (Desmodromic Variable Timing) engine that is fitted with a new exhaust. Electronic aids are present too, including cornering lights, traction control, wheelie control and vehicle hold control.
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