Ducati Diavel For Sale
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New Price At Launch: £13,000
Current Prices: £13,250–£6,300
Power: 160 bhp
Engine: 1,198 cc, 10,800 rpm red line, 168 mph top speed
Economy: 35 mpg
Range: 130 miles from the 17.0 litre tank
Seat Height: 770 mm
Weight: 239 kg (wet), 210 kg (dry)
What Is It?
It's powered by a Euro 3 compliant liquid cooled 1,198.4cc V-Twin Testastretta engine, producing 159.6bhp at 9,500rpm and maximum torque at 8,000rpm. It's the engine from the 1198 Superbike de-tuned for loads of low down torque rather than top end power.
- Steel tubular frame with Aluminium single-sided swingarm
- Dual 320mm discs up front with Brembo 2 piston calipers
- 265mm disc at the rear with 2 piston caliper
- Bosch ABS system
- Adjustable 50mm Marzocchi upside down fork with 120mm travel
- Adjustable Sachs shock with 120mm travel
- Slipper clutch, keyless start
- 8 level traction control, 3 riding modes
- LED tail light, indicators and position light
- 2->1->2 exhaust system with Aluminium muffler
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
The Diavel features a few nifty tricks like the forged Aluminium fold out pillion pegs / mirrors / air intakes, slide out grab rail and dual side radiators to keep the lines tidy. The 14-spoke 17" wheels take a Pirelli Diablo Rosso II 120/70 tyre at the front and a huge 240/45 at the rear.
There are three ride modes to choose from. Sport gives you all the power with an aggressive throttle response and level 3 DTC, Touring tones down the throttle response and raises DTC to level 4 while Urban drops power to 100bhp with DTC level 5. The DTC level can be fine-tuned within each mode using the dash.
- 2011-2012: Red (red frame), white (black frame)
- 2013-2014: Red/white (white wheels), blue/white (white wheels), black (Dark)
- 2015: Black
- 2016-2017: Black
For a little more cash the Carbon edition gets you black finish DLC coated fork sliders, 2.5kg lighter 9-spoke Marchesini forged wheels and a few Carbon Fibre bits to shave a total of 3kg off the weight. The Carbon bits include the pillion seat cover, tank covers and front mudguard.
2012: Cromo Edition based on standard Diavel, 210kg dry. Black frame, Chrome finish tank with Ducati logo, black exhaust caps and polished Aluminium detailing on the headlight.
2013: Dark Edition based on the standard Diavel but with the DLC coated fork sliders, black muffler and black pegs / bars / mirrors / headlamp surround.
Stripe Edition with red frame, white wheels, silver intakes, white stripe along the top.
Strada Edition with a Titanium colour scheme, touring screen, comfort seat, 15mm higher bars with heated grips, pillion backrest, additional 12V sockets, more powerful generator, 41 litres from the panniers, new tail light, larger grab rails and fixed pillion pegs. It's 6kg heavier than the standard Diavel.
2015: Headlight now LED based, wider air intakes, mufflers now a slash cut design, fuel gauge added and DLC coating on the frame sliders from the Carbon edition.
2017: A few small updates to make it Euro 4 compliant, with power down to 150.2bhp at a lower 9,000rpm. Diesel Edition based on the standard Diavel.
Did You Know?
Guardian (James Olsen) rides one in the TV series Supergirl.
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- Ducati Diavel Cromo
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|Year||On The Road||Off The Road||Total||For Sale|
|2011||138||39||177||52 / month|
|2012||86||35||121||59 / month|
|2013||114||26||140||59 / month|
|2014||150||26||176||71 / month|
|2015||103||16||119||74 / month|
|2016||59||14||73||120 / month|
|2017||51||2||53||4 / month|
|2018||31||-||31||31 / month|
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