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Ducati Monster 821 2014 Review

It has been little while the Ducati came up with the Monster 1200, first bike to come with liquid-cooling. Here we are with company unveiling its Ducati Monster 821 2014 with the same liquid-cooling engine. Though the engine isn’t a new thing added but yes the overall stuff is something which will keep your ride perfectly over track. Let us check review of Ducati Monster 821 2014 to know all the details about it.



  • Length: 85.43 in
  • Width: 31.49 in
  • Height: 41.53 in
  • Wheelbase: 58.26 in
  • Fuel capacity: 17.50 Liters
  • Curb Weight: 205.50 kg


  • Engine: 821 cc dohc V-twin
  • Power: 112 hp
  • Torque: 89 nm


The Ducati Monster 821 2014 is aggressively styled with great finishing. Painted in Ducati Red bike keeps the essence of black with it. Going close you might find the rear view mirrors awkwardly placed and if you aren’t the person who likes peeping into them, they’ll bother you. The footpegs are well placed and keep the knees high and you subsequently you enjoy a straight riding position. The exhaust sound will commendably grab the eyeballs complimenting the looks of Ducati Monster 821 2014 and will take you over a joy ride full of attention. Handling is easy and smooth with Ducati Monster 821 offering you three riding modes; Urban: 75 hp/touring and sport: 112 hp. Its easy to toggle between the modes and thus you can choose the best mode as per your boulevard. Front brakes are very powerful and which we believe was needed for this speedy monster, however you need to have a control while using them or you might have to fly half a mile after applying brake (definitely without your bike). In all we found everything pretty good apart from three nits; Heat coming over your thigh from the right side exhaust header brakes, second is the passenger foot pegs which you might find quite uneasily positioned and last is the rubber over foot rest which gets slippery when wet. Apart from these we found the Ducati Monster 821 2014 good to go over city or long rides.


The Ducati Monster 821 2014 is powered by the 821 cc dohc V-twin engine producing max power of 112 hp and peak torque of 89 nm paired to six-speed transmission.

Ducati Monster 821 2014


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