The Ducati Motorcycle brand has established itself as one of the premier manufacturers of luxury and performance motorcycles in the world. Founded in 1926 in Italy, Ducati has since grown to become an international brand with a presence in more than 90 countries around the world.
In the Philippines, Ducati motorcycles have gained a reputation for their speed, power, and style. The brand has become synonymous with the country's local culture, representing the country's passion for the open road and its appreciation of quality engineering.
Here we will provide an overview of Ducati's presence in the Philippines, including the company's history, product line, and current market performance. It will also provide some insight into the culture and lifestyle associated with Ducati ownership.
History of Ducati in the Philippines
Ducati's presence in the Philippines started in the late 1960s when the company began exporting its motorcycles to the country. Since then, the brand has grown in popularity and today, it is one of the most recognizable names in the Filipino motorcycle industry.
One of the main factors contributing to Ducati's success in the Philippines is its wide range of models, which provide riders with a variety of options to choose from. The company has also taken steps to ensure that its motorcycles meet the needs and preferences of Filipino riders.
Types of Ducati Motorcycles Available
Ducati has a broad range of motorcycles available in the Philippines. The company's lineup includes sportsbikes, touring models, choppers, and cruisers.
The Ducati sportsbike lineup includes models such as the 959 Panigale, 1299 Panigale, and the 899 Superbike. These are high-performance motorcycles designed for the track and the street. They feature powerful engines, aerodynamic frames, and advanced suspension systems.
The touring models include bikes like the Multistrada and Diavel. These models are designed for long-distance riding and feature comfortable ergonomics and plenty of storage space.
The chopper lineup includes the Monster, which is a classic-style bike with a powerful engine and a classic look.
Finally, Ducati's cruiser lineup includes models like the XDiavel and XDiavel S. These are stylish cruisers with modern technology and a comfortable riding experience.
|Ducati Touring||Ducati XDiavel|
|Ducati Cruiser||Ducati Diavel 1260|
|Ducati Sport||Ducati Streetfighter V4|
|Ducati Street||Ducati Monster 1200, Ducati Panigale V4, Ducati Monster 937 Plus, Ducati Multistrada 950, Ducati Monster 821, Ducati Monster 797, Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled, Ducati Scrambler Icon, Ducati Scrambler Sixty2|
|Ducati Super Sport||Ducati SuperSport, Ducati Panigale V2|
|Ducati Adventure Touring||Ducati Multistrada 1260, Ducati Multistrada V4|
|Ducati Dual Sport||Ducati Hypermotard 950|
|Ducati Cafe Racer||Ducati Scrambler 1100 Sport PRO, Ducati Scrambler Nightshift|
|Ducati Motorcycle Models||Price|
|Ducati Monster 1200 Price|
₱ 1,300,000 - 1,540,000
|Ducati SuperSport Price|
₱ 890,000 - 999,000
|Ducati Scrambler 1100 Sport PRO Price|
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