Ducati has set its hooks on the huge Indian market, and hopes to reel in some profits with the introduction of high-end motorcycles there.
Ducati will sell a range of bikes there, including some of the company’s top models, at prices ranging from 1,500,000 rupees to 5,000,000 rupees (roughly $36,000 to $120,000 Cdn).
Precision Motor India Private Limited will import the bikes, and already has five models on display. “We have launched the entire moldel range in India,” Ducati boss Gabriele Del Torchio told media in India.
Steve, You Are A Moron, you are a morons. The article was right the first time.
we can buy r1,cbr,gsxr,zx10r in a price tag of 1098.
Esteemed reader “You are a moron” is absolutely correct. We made an error in multiplication. A lakh is 100,000, not 10,000. Let’s hope Ducati doesn’t make the same mistake!
The writer does not seem to have any common sense. What Ducati sells for 3600 anywhere in the world?
Add a zero to your ALL YOUR NUMBERS
— 15 lakh rupees = 1.5 million indian rupees = 15,000,000 (SIX ZEROS NOT 5)