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Entry Level 2017 Ducati Multistrada 950 Launched At EICMA

Ducati has unveiled a new do-it-all motorcycle at the EICMA show in Milan to expand the Multistrada stable. Adventure riders, welcome the 2017 Ducati Multistrada 950!
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Making for the Bologna-based bike manufacturer’s smallest ‘multibike’, the Multistrada 950 is designed to provide all the excitement the series brought so far but in a more accessible and versatile way.

The Multistrada 950 uses the same design language as its bigger sisters while being lighter and featuring a seat height of 840 mm - perfect for new or returning adventure riders.

The 19-inch lightweight alloy front wheel grants comfort and fun on any road surface. Moreover, the generous 170 mm-of-travel adjustable suspension and the twin-sided swingarm keep comfort levels high while giving the bike great agility.

Power comes from the 937 cc Testastretta engine which delivers 113 hp and 96 Nm of torque while four riding modes (Touring, Sport, Urban and Enduro) will make sure the oomph is delivered according to your need and environment.

Stopping power is provided by Brembo M4.32 monoblock radial calipers, an axial pump and dual 320 mm front discs. The rear end is fitted with a 265 mm disc gripped by a floating Brembo caliper. ABS is offered as standard, and so is the Ducati Traction Control along with the aforementioned riding modes, all being part of the Ducati Safety Pack.

The instrument panel consists of a large LCD that provides information on speed, rpm, total distance ridden, selected gear, trip1 and trip2, engine coolant temperature, fuel level, and a clock. But that’s only part of it, as you can also switch through other functions like real-time fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, air temperature, travel time and more

The entry-level Multistrada is said to be “roomy”, easily seating two people even with the top and side cases mounted, and thanks to the 1,594 mm wheelbase, the weight of the passengers and luggage will be neatly distributed to maintain the bike’s dynamic performance.



 
 
 
 
 

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