Ducati ST3 (2003 - 2008)

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Ducati ST3 (2003 - 2008)

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With the launch of the ST range in 1997, Ducati launched a very good sports touring bike that has done a lot to give the Ducati name some touring credibility. For 2004, Ducati has killed off the dead duck ST2 and replaced it with the ST3, using a new motor ...  Continue reading


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A great sports tourer with the Ducati heritage and styling. Effortless to ride with more than enough power for the open road. Continue reading...
At 107 hp, it isn't a true sport liter-bike, but then it isn't supposed to be. It has more power than a person needs on the road, though, and will make you feel great when you roll on the throttle. Tripple di Continue reading...
When this bike was new, I blew it off as over-priced pasta. How could a Ducati, of all things, complete against a Honda VFR? A twin vs V-4 goodness? Get real.
My bias cost me years of enjoyment on an ST3! But, Continue reading...
looks great, dead comfy to ride all day - when it starts that is, mine was a right awkward sod to start, Continue reading...
Built for blasting along the open road in comfort, choose sports bike mode and enjoy precise A road scratching, alternatively, the ST will tour in comfort. Fairing does a good job at deflecting wind blast and y Continue reading...


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Fantastic chassis and beautiful engine, a top machine.
It still can't quite match Honda's VFR as a complete package
  • Price: £7495.00
  • Year: 2003 - 2008
  • Engine capacity: 992cc
  • Power: 102bhp
  • Torque: 69lb ft

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