The Ducati SuperSport 950 may be of interest to you if you’re searching for a superbike that blends the comforts of a touring bike with the performance of a sports bike. This is Ducati’s road sports bike, and it has the classic Panigale sports bike dimensions and grace. An overview of the Ducati SuperSport EMI Plan, engine, mileage, down payment, interest rate, ex-showroom and on-road prices, and news summary, is provided in this article.
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Ducati SuperSport Engine
A 937 cc BS6 engine that produces 108.62 bhp and 93 Nm of torque powers the Ducati SuperSport 950. The engine is derived from the Hypermotard and Multistrada models’ Testastretta 11° engine. The engine has electronic fuel injection, liquid cooling, and a twin-cylinder configuration with four valves per cylinder. A six-speed manual transmission with a slipper clutch and a bidirectional quickshifter is attached to the engine.
The ARAI-certified mileage of the Ducati SuperSport 950 is 17.8 km/l. This indicates that a full 16-litre tank will allow the bike to go 284 kilometres. The mileage could change based on the type of riding, speed, and upkeep.
Ducati SuperSport EMI Plan, Downpayment, Interest Rate, Ex-Showroom Price and On-Road Price
There are two versions of the Ducati SuperSport 950: Standard and S. The Standard variant costs Rs. 15,75,000 ex-showroom, while the S variant costs Rs. 18,39,000 ex-showroom. Depending on the state and location of purchase, taxes, insurance, and additional fees, the on-road price may change.
A down payment of at least 10% of the ex-showroom price is required in order to purchase the Ducati SuperSport 950 on an extended warranty. Your credit score, the bank or financial institution you select, and other variables may affect the interest rate. But in India, the average interest rate for superbikes is about 10% annually.
An example of the EMI calculation for the Ducati SuperSport 950 Standard model is provided in the accompanying table. It is based on the following information: ex-showroom price of Rs. 15,75,000; down payment of Rs. 1,57,500 (10%); interest rate of 10% annually; and 36-month loan term.
|Loan Amount||Interest Rate||EMI||Total Interest||Total Payment|
|Rs. 14,17,500||10% p.a.||Rs. 45,845||Rs. 3,08,417||Rs. 17,83,417|
To determine the precise EMI amount for your chosen variation, down payment, interest rate, and loan tenure, use online EMI calculators.
In October 2021, the Ducati SuperSport 950—a motorcycle compliant with BS6—was introduced in India. With an LED headlight, a sharper fairing, a muscular fuel tank, a tall windscreen, integrated front turn indicators in the rearview mirror, a step-up saddle, a twin-pod exhaust outlet, and a waterproof USB connector beneath the seat, the bike has revised style that draws inspiration from the Panigale V4.
A 4.3-inch full-TFT display, three riding modes (Sport, Touring, and Urban), cornering ABS, traction control, and wheelie control are among the more advanced standard features that come with the bike. Additionally, a passenger seat cover and fully adjustable Ohlins suspension are standard on the S model.
Three colors are offered for the bike: Arctic White Silk for the S model and Ducati Red for the other two. The bike is in competition with other superbikes including the BMW S1000R, Triumph Speed Triple, and Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R.