Ducati 2019 price-list confirmed

From the Monster to the V4R, here are all the prices of the 2019 Ducati range.


Panigale V4R - £34,995

At the sharp end of the Ducati range is the stunning Panigale V4R. Bejeweled with MotoGP inspired, carbon fibre wings and a monstrous 217hp engine (236hp if you opt for the race kit), the Bologna bullet sets a new standard in the superbike class. Coming in at 998cc, the bike opens the door to BSB and WSBK – where four-cylinder bikes must be below 1000cc.

Panigale V4S - £25,795

Widely regarded as the best superbike of 2018, the V4S backs up its bigger (yet smaller capacity) sibling and is the more affordable option if a V4 is on your radar for next season.

Multistrada 950 – 950S

For 2019 the baby Multi’ gets a shot in the arm in the form of a touring pack that features electronic suspension, rider modes and dash from the bigger, 1260S. Making the 113hp tourer a more comfortable and refined, long-distance machine.

Ducati Red

                £      11,755

Ducati Red

                £      13,355

Glossy Grey

                £      13,555

Ducati Red + Touring Pack

                £      14,383

Glossy Grey + Touring Pack

                £      14,583

Ducati Red + Spoked Wheels

                £      13,905

Glossy Grey + Spoked Wheels

                £      14,105

Multistrada 1260 Enduro

Borrowing the 158hp engine from the Multistrada 1260S, the 2016 Multistrada Enduro gains improved low-speed stability and high-speed comfort. Bosch cornering ABS, ride by wire throttle, wheelie control and semi-active, Skyhook suspension should mean the Enduro is the only serious contender to new R1250GS in the coming year. Stay tuned for a head to head test as soon as we can get hold of them!

Ducati Red




Ducati Red + Touring Pack


Sand + Touring pack


Hypermotard 950 and 950sp

Updated for 2019, the 114hp Hypermotard gets a raft of visual and some electronic updates in the form of Bosch cornering ABS, traction control and a redesigned front light and beak.

The SP version gets top-spec, Ohlins suspension at the front and back and a Ducati Corse inspired paint job.

Hypermotard 950

  Ducati Red £10,995

Hypermotard 950 SP

  Livery  £14,295 

Monster 797 and 797+

When you create an iconic bike, the key to its success is not running the winning formula. With that in mind, the 2019 Monster range is a case of evolution over revolution! Ducati also wants to keep the bike as accessible as possible, hoping new riders will then move up through the range and that's reflected in the pricing which puts the bike in the premium end of the new rider segment.


Ducati Red          £7,995


Star White Silk   £8,095


Ducati Red          £8,350


Star White Silk   £8,450

Diavel 1260 and 1260s

With a revised front end, more muscular styling and improved suspension, the Diavel takes the recipe for a superbike but adds a massive dose of muscle. The improved suspension for 2019 should also go some way to improving long-distance comfort, which is one area I found the old bike to be slightly lacking.

Diavel 1260

Sandstone Grey £      16,795

Diavel 1260 S

Sandstone Grey / Thrilling Black & Dark Stealth   £19,895

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