Ducati Diavel V4: Italy’s famous automobile manufacturer Ducati is launching its updated products in the Indian market. Now the company has introduced its Diavel V4. The long-awaited V4 treatment for this power cruiser bike has finally arrived. The Diavel V4 has been launched globally and is expected to hit the Indian market as well. Prior to the Diavel, Ducati launched the Streetfighter, Multistrada, and Panigale with the V4 Granturismo engine.
Engine Power and Gearbox
The highlight of the Ducati Diavel V4 motorcycle is its V4 engine which is liquid-cooled and has a capacity of 1,158 cc. This engine produces a maximum power of 165.7 bhp at 10,750 rpm and peak torque of 126 Nm at 7,500 rpm. It is mated to a 6-speed transmission that gets a quick-shifter. The engine comes with fuel-injected technology and gets ride-by-wire.
Bike Look and Design
The design of the motorcycle has been refreshed but it still looks like a power cruiser. There are still quite a few Diavel elements in the V4. The headlight has been updated, along with a new tail lamp. The quad exhaust pipes are mounted on the side.
Talking about the features, it gets multiple riding modes, a 5-inch TFT display, power mode, cornering ABS, traction control, wheelie control, power launch, cruise control, a backlit switch, dynamic turn indicators, turn-by-turn navigation, and more. get something.
Will Get More Mileage
In addition to this, Ducati has also introduced a cylinder deactivation system so that the motorcycle deactivates the rear edge of the cylinder when the motorcycle is running at low speeds and when it comes to a halt. This should help save fuel and reduce engine heat.
For braking, the bike gets dual 330 mm semi-floating discs at the front along with radial-mounted Brembo Stilma monoblock 4-piston calipers. At the rear is a 265 mm disc that comes with a 2-piston floating caliper.
The bike’s valve adjustment check is now scheduled every 60,000 km. Regular service and oil changes of the bike will be done every two years or after 15,000 km.
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