Pricing for the newly announced Ducati 1199 Panigale will starts at just $17,995 in the USA. After bombarding us with photogalleries and videos, the one thing that most riders want to know has been answered.
According to Ducati, the 1199 Panigale is bred for the track and trained for the road, and will be priced for the US market at $17,995 for the standard version, $22,995 for the “S” version, $23,995 for “S” version with ABS and $27,995 for the Italian heritage-inspired Tricolore version. The new model will be available early in 2012.
Across the pond in the UK the new model will turn up in March and will be priced at £14,995 for the standard model, £15,750 for the base ABS model (note this model won’t be available in the USA), £19,750 for the 1199 Panigale S ABS and £23,495 for the range topping 1199 Panigale S Tricolore. Get all the details of the new bike in our Ducati 1199 Panigale Deep Dive.
Pricing in Australia is pretty sharp retaining the same levels as the 1198 for the base and S model and charging just a $1,500 premium over the 1198SP for the tricolore. It starts at $26,990 for the base model with ABS, $33,990 for the S ABS model and $39,990 for the top of the range tricolore. This pricing excludes dealer and statutory charges.
Source: Ducati North America