2017 Ducati Multistrada 950

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  1. Requiem84

    Requiem84 Riding around the world @gravelforbreakfast.com

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    No, I discussed this specifically with my Ducati dealer. He had a nice official overview of all assecories and its costs.

    The Enduro package itself consists off:
    - crash bars (400€ separately)
    - bash plate (400€ separately)
    - led fog lights (360€ separately)
    - enduro footpegs
    - grill protector

    As you can see, Ducati is charging very high for the official (Touratech) stuff.
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    News at 11.
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  3. BordenBmw

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    Where did you get $2500 CDN for the enduro package with the spoke wheels? Just got an email from my local dealer:

    "Multistrada 950 is $15,295, Enduro Pack…$1995.80.. does not include spoked wheels cannot find a package with the spoke wheels they look to be purchased on their own @ a price of $2435.98 just for the wheels.
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    The package contains: engine protection plate, steel footpegs, protective mesh for water radiator, set of extra LED lights and engine protection made of steel tubes.
    Complete packages must be ordered ONLY through package part number. Package components can also be purchased individually
    I now have the updated pricing for accessories as well as units."
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  4. Deuce

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    From my dealer. He showed me the printouts for each package. I think your dealer read it wrong. I can't see them charging $2435.98 just for the spoked wheels alone.
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    Check the official aducati website. Spoked wheels are € 1600. That sounds like about 2000 Canadian dollars, right?

    I verified this price with 3 different Dutch Ducati dealers.
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    I guess my dealer is the one that read it wrong. That's a lot money. Glad I have no intention of turning mine into an 'Enduro'. Mine is coming with the tour pack only. My days of eating dust all day and bouncing off rocks are over.
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  7. BordenBmw

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    So, if you buy those spoked wheels you would have 2 set of wheels then? That's stupid... don't know why Ducati is not charging a bit extra on the enduro package and have it delivered from the factory with upgraded wheels?
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    I'm pretty sure it's because they Don't want to sell one to Me!
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    Are these USD or CAD prices? If that's USD for an enduro pack and the wheels, you might as well just spend the extra dough and pony up for a 1200 enduro? We already know there's no significant weight savings.
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    The 950 is the lightest Multistrada @ 453 dry 505 wet. The 1200 enduro is 496 dry 560 wet but I do agree about the prices if you really wanted the enduro package and spoked wheels.
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    Cdn $$$. The 1200 Multi Enduro is close to $25g's Cdn. Before taxes (12%).

    :1drink
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  12. Requiem84

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    First journo test is today. Expect to see sone first impressions by the end of today.

    Exciting ;)
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    Point of order (and totally pedantic): The Ducati abbreviation for the Multistrada is MTS. 'M' is reserved for the Monster. :-)
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  17. BordenBmw

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    Those crash bars do not provide a lot of protection. Can you buy upper crash bar for the Multi? Couldn't find any online.


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    The enduro package look strange without the spoked wheels.

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    All Ducati's should be red but I really like this white one.

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  18. BordenBmw

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    MCN first review with english sub:

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    Reports I read say that it is a very comfy bike, excellent windprotection and has a lot of the MTS1200 feel.

    Front fork is a bit soft I read two or three times (also translated the Italian articles). And engine has a fair bit of grunt, but isnt that exciting.
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    I wonder if any off-road testing will be done?