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Image gallery: 2017 Ducati Monster 797

14 Jun 2017 / 0

The new Ducati Monster 797 is finally on sale in India at a rather fetching price of Rs 7.77 lakh (ex-Delhi). The price, however, is subject to change post the GST. The Monster 797 is the now the entry level bike in the Monster series which includes the Monster 821 and Monster 1200.

It gets the 803cc, air-cooled, 75PS, L-twin engine that also powers the Ducati Scrambler. We rode the bike recently and were impressed with it. While we wait to test it, here’s the image gallery that shows you details of the new, baby Monster.

The Monster 797 borrows design cues from the '90s Monster

The Monster 797 borrows design cues from the ’90s Monster

The tank is big and looks great with those chiseled lines

The tank is big and looks great with those chiseled lines

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The steel tubular trellis frame is the mainstay of Ducati's Monsters. This one is a single-unit trellis frame from headstock to pillion grab rails like the first Monster

The steel tubular trellis frame is the mainstay of Ducati’s Monsters. This one is a single-unit trellis frame from headstock to pillion grab rails like the first Monster

The 803cc, air-cooled, L-twin motor produces 75PS at 8,250rpm and 68.9Nm at 5,750rpm

The 803cc, air-cooled, L-twin motor produces 75PS at 8,250rpm and 68.9Nm at 5,750rpm

Ducati Monster 797 (30)

Ducati Monster 797 (28)

Ducati Monster 797 (21)

 

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LCD instrumentation is crisp

Ducati Monster 797 (16) Ducati Monster 797 (20)

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320mm Brembo M4.32 Monobloc calipers offer good stopping power

 

 

 



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