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2016 Ducati Diavel Carbon | Aggressively Refined

2016 Ducati Diavel Carbon – Review of Updates & Photos

2016 Ducati Diavel Carbon rear seat

Ahead of this November’s EICMA (Milan Motorcycle Show, November 19-22), Ducati has unveiled its 2016 Diavel Carbon.

Structurally, nothing changes – the Ducati Diavel Carbon continues to arrive with the Testastretta 11-degree Dual Spark engine that produces 162 horsepower, along with Ducati Riding modes, Ducati Traction Control and a total weight of 452 lbs.

2016 Ducati Diavel Carbon urban commuterWhat does change on the 2016 Ducati Diavel Carbon are aesthetics, the latest Diavel  featuring a redesigned seat, exhaust and wheels, and new graphics. Topping these revisions are a new Asphalt Grey color combined with carbon, red stripes and Dark Chrome paint on the frame.

The forged wheels were redesigned, and the Diavel Carbon arrives with exhaust manifolds featuring Zircotec ceramic coating.Ducati says “this type of coating renders the exhaust system more sophisticated and technological; the system is also equipped with brushed-effect stainless steel silencer covers.”

Ducati also redesigned the seat of the Carbon Diavel, which features a new exclusive trim.

In addition to the 2016 Diavel Carbon, the Ducati power cruiser lineup with also feature a Dark Stealth version, with matte black tank and black frame and wheels. As for MSRP, the Ducati Diavel Price has yet to be released, but expect to pay around $21,000.

2016 Ducati Diavel Carbon Spec Highlights:

  • Ducati Testastretta 11° DS ngine 162 horsepower
  • Riding Mode (Sport, Touring, Urban)
  • Ducati Safety Pack (ABS, DTC)
  • New Marchesini, forged, turned and milled wheels
  • Exhaust with Zircotec ceramic coating
  • Brushed-effect stainless steel silencers
  • Carbon fiber tank cover
  • New seat
  • Carbon fiber rear seat cover
  • Carbon fiber front mud guard
  • 50 mm front fork
  • TFT instrumentation
  • Full LED illumination

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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