2010 Ducati Multistrada 1200 Review and Photos — Riding Impressions of…

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Ducati Multistrada 1200

2010 Ducati Multistrada Review

The Bottom Line: One Bar-Setting Leap for Ducati

boasts a long history of sharply focused sportbikes. And the word Multistrada translates to roads, the model never quite as versatile as its name until now.

Not only is new Multistrada 1200 a serious sport tourer with performance and impressive technology, the S advanced suspension system remarkable flexibility when it to attacking light offroad And though it wouldn’t be our top pick for a journey (the BMW R1200GS is the standard-setter for ultra long excursions), the Multistrada offers far compelling on-road manners reassuring dynamics when the degrades into rubble.

So, where does that put the new in regards to Ducati’s claims of four bikes into I’m not sure it’s for one Multistrada— or any bike, for that to have the functionality of four bikes. But the Multistrada does an exceptional job of tackling a wide of duties while adding an of sportiness and mischief that an Italian bike can deliver.

As a niche manufacturer that was an incidental player in a global Ducati’s newly rounded out is now highlited by the Multistrada 1200, a so athletic and advanced that it the possibilities of this burgeoning The Multistrada 1200 may not be the perfect for every motorcyclist, but spirited distance riders open to doses of offroad will that it’s nearly for their needs.


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Base Multistrada 1200

Multistrada 1200 with ABS

Multistrada S Sport with trim ($19,995)

Multistrada 1200 S Touring Ducati Traction Control Ducati Electronic Suspension Anti-Lock Brakes, center heated grips, side ($19,995)

Powerplant: Liquid-cooled, L-twin producing 150 horsepower, lb-ft of torque

Transmission: manual with slipper

Frame: Tubular steel

Brakes: 320mm x2 radially 4-piston, 2 pad front, 245mm, rear, available ABS

Ducati Multistrada 1200

Swingarm: aluminum

Wheel travel: 6.69

Curb weight: 478 lbs (Multistrada 485 lbs (Multistrada 1200 S)

Fuel 5.3 gallons

Fuel economy: 47 mpg

cruising range: 248 miles

height: 33.46 inches low saddle is 32.48 inches

Who Should Buy the Ducati Multistrada ?

Adventure-seeking long distance who demand sportbike levels of and might occasionally find on rugged dirt roads.

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