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2012 Ducati Diavel on mail.2040motos

US $12,899.00
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:4 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Woods Cross, Utah, United States

Woods Cross, Utah, United States
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Ducati Diavel photos

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Ducati Diavel tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,198 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Cruiser For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Ducati Diavel description

I'm selling my 2012 Diavel Carbon black. I have had many other Ducati's and this is by far my favorite. It's an awesome bike! Quite literally I am in awe of what this bike is. Great smooth power everywhere across the board. 100/162low/162hi HP with the different riding modes. Deep throaty exhaust sound even from the stock exhaust. (Even nicer with an aftermarket pipe!) It handles really well and you don't really feel it's weight. The back tire is huge and hooks up so well. I really like the 8 different traction control settings so that when it's rainy I can turn it up so I don't spin the bike out and crash. But if I want full power and no limits I can turn it down. The mono block Brembo brakes are phenomenal. Those things stop by the bike hard! It has ABS as well to help you control your braking. The styling of this bike just catches your eye and you get people staring at you everywhere you go. People are always asking me about this bike. The seat is comfortable and so is the riding position so you can ride for hours. The service intervals are every 15,000 miles. Correct 15,000 not 1,500. I just put fresh tires on and they have under 200 miles on them. Fresh oil change with AMSOIL. Chain cleaned and waxed every 500-1,000 miles depending upon riding conditions. I will include the "T-Rex" rear stand with a full asking price offer. It can go on either side of the tire and the handle can go to the front or the back. This makes servicing the chain a breeze. Has a built in adjustable bar for removing the rear tire. I have 2 keys for the bike and the owners manual. The only issue is a small ding on the front left panel from some door. The bike lists on KBB for more than $13,500. Hit me up with any questions. 

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