Ducati introduces 2015 Monster Stripe editions

Article by Christian A., on June 8, 2015

The Monster range will be even more exhilarating for 2015 with the addition of the Monster Stripe in 821 and 1200 S versions. The lineup already includes the 821, 821 Dark, 1200 and 1200 S. Via Ducati TriOptions finance, the Monster 1200 S Stripe can be acquired for prices starting from £135 per month. The same is true for the 1200 S.

Meanwhile, the standard Monster 1200 is more affordable at £119 per month. Furthermore, all new Monster 1200 models registered until September 30 qualify for a £750 Ducati Performance voucher. This voucher may be used on Ducati Performance clothing as well as accessories from official Ducati dealers. A unique red colour scheme of double white side-stripes can be seen on the Monster 1200 S and 821 Stripe.

They also get a red micro-fairing with windshield as well as a red frame and black wheels. Powering the Monster 1200 S is an 1198 cm³ Testastretta 11° DS engine that is capable of delivering a maximum output of 145 hp at 8,750 rpm and comes with Öhlins suspension front and rear.

The standard Monster 1200 has an output of 135 hp @ 8750rpm and features a fully adjustable 43 mm Kayaba forks with an adjustable single Sachs unit on the rear. All the Monster 1200 versions are equipped with TFT instrumentation and Riding Modes.

They also get the Ducati Safety Pack with three-level ABS and eight-level DTC (Ducati Traction Control). In addition, the ‘S’ has wheels with a Y-shape spoke design, LED indicators, a front carbon mudguard.

The Ducati Performance voucher scheme does not cover the Monster 821 and 821 Dark but these and the Monster Stripes can be acquired for a starting price of £95 per month through Ducati TriOptions finance.

The maximum power offered by the 821 cm³ Testastretta 11° engine is 112 hp at 9,250 rpm while suspension consists of 43 mm Kayaba forks (fully adjustable on the Stripe version). At the rear is an adjustable Sachs unit.

Among the standard equipment are LCD instrumentation and Riding Modes and the Ducati Safety Pack, which has three separate ABS sensitivity levels and eight different DTC (Ducati Traction Control) levels.

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