2016 Ducati Monster 821

2016 Ducati Monster 821
MSRP $10,995

The 2016 Ducati Monster 821 sportbike is equipped with the 821cc 112 HP Testastretta 11° engine with air injection system. It has the three Riding Modes, an adjustable seat and passenger handles. It has been formatted with a new water cooling system, side-mounted staggered exhaust system and the Brembo braking system. The 2016 Ducati Monster 821 also comes with the Ride-by-Wire system and Ducati Traction Control (DCT) as well as a slipper clutch. Anti Lock Braking (ABS) comes as standard equipment, while sitting on the Monster 821 is easy with the adjustable seat height can get down to 30.9 inches. Riding away is easy with the 821 as it weighs in at 453 pounds fully fueled and ready to go.

2016 Ducati Monster 821

Specifications
Year2016
ManufacturerDucati
ModelMonster 821
Engine TypeTestastretta 11° L-Twin, four Desmodromically actuated valves per cylinder
Engine Displacement821cc
Bore Stroke88 mm x 67.5 mm
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Compression Ratio12.8:1
Fuel SystemElectronic fuel injection system, 53 mm throttle bodies with full Ride by Wire
IgnitionElectronic
Starting SystemElectric
TransmissionSix-speed
Final DriveChain
Rake Trail24.3° / 3.7 in.
Seat HeightAdjustable 30.9 in. - 31.9 in.
Wheelbase58.3 in.
Front SuspensionUpside down 43 mm forks
Rear SuspensionProgressive linkage with adjustable monoshock. Aluminium double-sided swingarm
Front Brake2 x 320 mm semi-floating discs, radially mounted Monobloc Brembo M4-32 calipers, four-pistons, axial pump with ABS as standard
Rear Brake245 mm disc, two-piston floating caliper with ABS as standard equipment
Front Tire120/70 ZR 17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II
Rear Tire180/60 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II
Fuel Capacity4.6 gal.
Dry Weight453 lbs. (Wet)
MSRP10995

2015 Middleweight Sport Twins Shootout

2015 Middleweight Sport Twins Shootout

Ducati’s Monster 821, Suzuki’s SFV650 and Yamaha’s FZ-07 battle it out for top honors in our Middleweight Sport Twins Shootout.

2015 Ducati Monster 821 Comparison

2015 Ducati Monster 821 Comparison

Ducati’s Monster appeals to riders with an attitude. This all-new 821 version ($11,495) aims to up the ante with a more powerful, and now liquid-cooled, 821cc L-Twin