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Current offers for Ducati

  • Ducati ST 2 fixed price! 1 hand! Very good condition!

    • 44,400 km
    • 05/2002
    • 59 kW (80 PS)
    • Second hand
    • 1 vehicle owner
    • Manual transmission
    • petrol
    • - / - (l / 100 km)
    • - / - (CO2 / km)
    Dealer, DE-63526 Erlensee
  • Ducati Monster 1200TÜV + SERVICE + TIRES NEW | 2016

    • 35,081 km
    • 02/2016
    • 94 kW (128 hp)
    • Second hand
    • - / - (vehicle owner)
    • Manual transmission
    • petrol
    • - / - (l / 100 km)
    • - / - (CO2 / km)
    Dealer, DE-76356 Weingarten
  • Ducati 1299 Panigale

    • 1,788 km
    • 06/2017
    • 145 kW (197 hp)
    • Second hand
    • 1 vehicle owner
    • Manual transmission
    • petrol
    • - / - (l / 100 km)
    • - / - (CO2 / km)
    Dealer, DE-82041 Oberhaching
  • Ducati 1198s Corse

    • 1 km
    • 12/2016
    • 125 kW (170 hp)
    • Second hand
    • 1 vehicle owner
    • Manual transmission
    • petrol
    • - / - (l / 100 km)
    • - / - (CO2 / km)
    Dealer, DE-65624 Altendiez
  • Ducati Monster 1200

    • 18,000 km
    • 05/2018
    • 108 kW (147 hp)
    • Second hand
    • - / - (vehicle owner)
    • Manual transmission
    • petrol
    • - / - (l / 100 km)
    • - / - (CO2 / km)
    Dealer, DE-49835 Wietmarschen-Lohne
  • Ducati Monster 695

    • 20,500 km
    • 04/2008
    • 52 kW (71 hp)
    • Second hand
    • - / - (vehicle owner)
    • - / - (gear type)
    • petrol
    • - / - (l / 100 km)
    • - / - (CO2 / km)
    Private, DE-97070 Würzburg
  • Ducati Streetfighter

    • 16,439 km
    • 03/2010
    • 109 kW (148 hp)
    • Second hand
    • - / - (vehicle owner)
    • - / - (gear type)
    • petrol
    • - / - (l / 100 km)
    • - / - (CO2 / km)
    Private, DE-41068 Mönchengladbach
  • Ducati 851Multistrada 1200 S Pike Peak / shipping possible

    • 23,379 km
    • 04/2010
    • 109 kW (148 hp)
    • Second hand
    • - / - (vehicle owner)
    • Manual transmission
    • petrol
    • - / - (l / 100 km)
    • - / - (CO2 / km)
    Dealer, DE-06429 Nienburg OT Neugattersleben
  • Ducati StreetfighterV4S

    • 1,562 km
    • 07/2020
    • 153 kW (208 hp)
    • Second hand
    • 2 vehicle owners
    • Manual transmission
    • petrol
    • - / - (l / 100 km)
    • - / - (CO2 / km)
    Private, DE-94330 Salching

The Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati has been producing motorcycles since the end of World War II. Previously, the company, which was founded in 1926 by Marcello and Adriano Ducati in Bologna, produced radio components and later bicycle auxiliary motors.

Ducati motorcycle models

The first Ducati motorcycle was the "Gran Sport" model, which was launched in 1955. The four-stroke motorcycle had an overhead camshaft and a king-shaft drive. It was not until 1963 that Ducati motorcycles became the same for many Ducati models The cylinders are still typical of today. The cylinders stand or lie in the direction of travel. Such a 90 ° V-engine, typical of Ducati motorcycles, was first featured in the Apollo model, which came onto the market in 1963. Another significant feature of Ducati motorcycles is The Desmodromic. This is a positively controlled valve train that was designed in the 1950s for various racing motorcycles. The first mass-produced machine to be equipped with the Desmodromic was the Ducati Mark 3 D from 1969. The era of the V-cylinder, on the other hand, only began with the Ducati 750 GT in 1970. The single-cylinder models were no longer produced a few years later taken. The Ducati Pantah presented in 1977 was already equipped with timing belts. In 1986, the Ducati Paso had the inlet and outlet ports reversed in the vertical cylinder. The fact that all two carburettors were placed between the cylinders left space for a central airbox. The Ducati era of superbikes, which were equipped with a water-cooled Ducati motorcycle engine, began in 1987 with the Ducati 851. A particularly successful superbike racing motorcycle was the Ducati 916 released in 1994. The Ducati motorcycle Ducati Monster from was also particularly popular the year 1993. The Ducati Monster motorcycles are still very popular today. The Ducati motorcycle Ducati Monster 696, Ducati Monster 790 and Ducati Monster 1100 Evo as well as the corresponding Ducati motorcycle spare parts are currently available from the dealer. Another very successful Ducati motorcycle is the Ducati 750 SS, which replaced the 750 Sport in 1991. The SS in the model name of the Ducati 750 SS motorcycle stands for Supersport. The Ducati motorcycle engine of the 750 SS is operated with a toothed belt. The 750 SS model was produced from 1991 to 1997. With a bit of luck you can buy the older Ducati motorcycles used. If necessary, the dealer can also get Ducati Motorrader spare parts, if these are still available. Anyone who buys a Ducati motorcycle used should make sure that the engine for the Ducati motorcycle is in order and that there are no other defects. Caution is always required with accident vehicles.

Used Ducati's and E10 compatibility

The question of whether Ducati motorcycles are compatible with the E10 has not yet been clarified. So far Ducati has been holding back with the release. As a precaution, Super plus should be in the tank until further details are known. With regard to the E10 compatibility for Ducati motorcycles, the manufacturer is currently carrying out long-term studies aimed at clarifying the facts. The results of the Ducati motorcycle E10 contract were actually supposed to be available in February. According to a rumor, there were problems with the plastic tanks of various Ducati motorcycles of the Multistrada, Streetfighter, SBK and Ducati Monster series in America, which are said to have deformed due to the ethanol admixture.

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