Ducati V4 S gets its first owner in India in the form of Aniket Hazare

 Ducati V4 S gets its first owner in India in the form of Aniket Hazare

Ducati V4 and Ducati V4 S were launched in India yesterday we checked with Aniket Hazare who is the first owner of V4 S in India as to What made as to what made him choose V4 S over its competitors.

As we were having conversation with Aniket. He already had Ducati Monster 821  with him and currently he owns Ducati Supersport S making him hardcore Ducati aficionado but he did went to Thailand ( V4 is assembled in Thailand) to test V4 S and after coming back  he made decision to get V4 S.Where he liked the  ride quality  which is breathtaking and more important that it easy to maneuver in traffic being a pure track bike. The bike weighs 195 kg which weighs less and produces more horses 214 BHP in total compared to  Yamaha R1M (200 kgs ,197.2 BHP)  and BMW s1000rr (204 kgs, 199 BHP) making it powerful bike in its segment.

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The Panigale V4 S is a glamorous .It’s elegant and emotionally very fast, but it does so with an simplicity and sophistication.  But the really good news comes in the form of the price. Since the new V4 is now assembled in Thailand, Ducati has been able to keep the price down as compared to previous 1299 Panigale. Both the V4 and the V4 S have been launched in India at a competitive Rs 20.53 lakh and Rs 25.29 lakh, respectively, although our market will only get 20 bikes in 2018. The base V4 seems like a particularly good trade, considering that it gets all the power and technology from the S apart from the electric Ohlins suspension, forged aluminium wheels and a lithium ion battery.

Aniket will have to wait till April 2018 to flex his hands on V4 S but he is more excited and eagerly waiting to flex his hands once its arrive. We wish him great journey ahead with V4 S.

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