2018 Ducati Models Begin to Arrive at U.S. Dealers

Ryan Adams
by Ryan Adams

Early 2018 Ducati models have begun to arrive at dealers across the U.S. While a few of the models listed below carry minor tweaks or different colorways, a couple sport more note-worthy updates such as the Multistrada 1200 Enduro Pro and 1299 Panigale R Final Edition. Expect to see these models arriving at dealers from now through December 2017.


2018 ducati models begin to arrive at u s dealers

2016 Ducati Multistrada 1200 Enduro First Ride Review

Multistrada 1200 Enduro Pro (MSRP $23,295)

  • The most capable, production off-road adventure motorcycle in Ducati history
  • New Sand color, Pirelli Scorpion Rally tires fitted as standard (19” front, 17” rear), Ducati Performance tubular steel crash bar by Touratech with LED lights, a low windscreen great for on-the-pegs off-road riding and the Ducati Performance exhaust by Termignoni
  • Limited availability in North America denoted by individual number and badge
  • Now shipping to U.S. dealers
2018 ducati models begin to arrive at u s dealers

2016 Ducati XDiavel S First Ride Review

XDiavel S Iceberg White (MSRP $23,495)

  • New Iceberg White color (“S” model only)
  • All model year 18 XDiavel’s will come with a revised suspension set-up and new handlebars for improved comfort and more relaxed ergonomics
  • Available beginning of October
2018 ducati models begin to arrive at u s dealers

2017 Ducati Monster 797 Review: First Ride

Monster 797+ (MSRP Red $9,295 / White Silk or Dark Stealth $9,395)

  • Retains the distinctive features of the previous model with a new headlight fairing and passenger seat cover at no additional cost
  • Replaces the current Monster 797 in 2018 Model Year
2018 ducati models begin to arrive at u s dealers

2017 Ducati Multistrada 950 Preview

Multistrada 950 Touring (MSRP Starting from $13,995)

  • Touring model joins the Standard version in the U.S. beginning 2018
  • The Multistrada 950 Touring features color matched, lockable side panniers and center stand
  • The standard version is available at dealers now. The Touring will ship to North American dealers in December.
2018 ducati models begin to arrive at u s dealers

Ducati 1299 Panigale R Final Edition Unveiled

1299 Panigale R Final Edition (MSRP $39,900)

  • Tribute to Ducati’s twin-cylinder Superbike legacy
  • The most powerful production twin-cylinder engine in history (209 horsepower), combined with the most advanced aluminum monocoque chassis
  • Limited availability shipping to U.S. dealers now
  • Dedicated Tri-Colore livery with World Superbike style full titanium exhaust
2018 ducati models begin to arrive at u s dealers

2015 Ducati Scrambler First Ride Review

Scrambler Mach 2 (MSRP $10,795)

  • The Scrambler Mach 2’s color palette was inspired by the atmosphere typical of 1970’s Southern California but with a design easily translated world wide
  • Mach 2 features larger gas tank, low tapered handlebars, Black engine and exhaust accents and Flat Track  inspired seat

LIGHTS, CAMERA, GAS! Introducing: Mach 2.0 (full video -> https://t.co/1QKkGbAqwM pic.twitter.com/5dY1vb2OgR

— scramblerducati (@scramblerducati) September 6, 2017

2018 ducati models begin to arrive at u s dealers

Scrambler Full Throttle (MSRP $10,695)

  • The Full Throttle switches it up for 2018 with a Shining Black steel tank and satin aluminum side panels and a new checkerboard logo on the tank and front fender evoking the sport inspired design
  • Subtle changes keep the bike fresh but doesn’t mess with success
  • Arrives to North American dealerships in October

Visit www.ducatiusa.com for additional product information and to locate a dealer near you.

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  • Patriot159 Patriot159 on Sep 07, 2017

    Can't wait to take the $24K Enduro Pro off road like my DR650. Whack some trees, rocks, drop it a bunch of times...after 2 rides the repair bill will be more than my DR is worth. That's the ticket! The Desert Sled OTOH...

  • Meaty Midrange Meaty Midrange on Sep 10, 2017

    I'd sure like to read a review from MO on the Supersport. Every now and then I think about trading the FJ on one...but I need an MO review to decide one way or the other.

    At the moment I'm getting hammered by Irma...which be followed by weeks of clean up and repairs. Which is a perfect reason to treat myself to a shiny new toy. There's nothing like a natural disaster to remind you to enjoy life while you can.

    • Born to Ride Born to Ride on Sep 12, 2017

      MO did review the SS, and named it sport bike of the year runner up to boot.