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Phil West  says:

Ducati Diavel – what do YOU want to know?

MCN is riding Ducati’s eagerly-anticipated new Diavel ‘power cruiser’ for the first time this weekend but what do YOU want to know about it? Do you wonder most about its performance or accessory options? How it handles or how effective its electronic options are? Or is there anything else that most needs to be answered? Respond with your questions here, or email...

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Sep 07

Posts: 6

ben-gxc says:

What do i want to know?

I want to know why it looks so f#cking weird.

i hate it.

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Aug 02

Posts: 2318

Hedgehog5 says:

Does it embody Ducati's values, quality & performance or is it a departure equivalent to Porsche's abomination, the Cayenne... i.e. will other Ducati riders laugh at it?

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Jan 10

Posts: 420

rlf3 says:

How small a cube can it be made into using a hydraulic crusher?

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Aug 10

Posts: 18

UltimateMax says:

Straight line

What is quicker Diavel or V-Max

I wonder what the exhaust note sounds like esp with that wet clutch, (big tick from me)

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Oct 09

Posts: 90

chmer20 says:

i want to know

how does it fair against the streetfighter and/or Multistrada (acceleration, handling, braking, ride quality)?   how comfortable is it (leg room, reach to bars, etc)?  is it more of a relaxed streetfighter or performance cruiser?  my 63 year old father with bum knees and shoulder is looking for a new, lighter, bike and is very interested in this since I brought it to his attention.

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Nov 05

Posts: 93

racinjetford says:

different sensations?

I want to know if it is ballanced/handles well, if it feels too heavy, or if that fat back tire ruins a good idea.  I also want to know how it feels to be down low in the machine if it does handle well.  Could be quite a neat feeling, or it could dull the sensations from one or both ends?

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Jul 09

Posts: 81

Price and performance

Two things:


1) How much will it cost?

2) Will it be difficult to control with all that raw power or will it be a sweet ride?

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Dec 10

Posts: 11889

preunit says:



Where exactly does this bike sit?,Saturday night promenade cruiser,Sunday B road weapon,

sports tourer or a bit of all three?.

Oh, and of course the sound when provoked. :-)


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Jan 11

Posts: 303

TomRR says:

I wanna know

can you change them yuck pipes, and what would be best,  would look better with short clean shot-gun ,,

and why do some cool bikes have crap pipes , like the new V-MAX / gsx1000 /  new Kwaka 10 !!!!!!

  all crap looking,,why why why

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Oct 08

Posts: 47

This average 5ft11 bloke...

...sat on one at the bike show, and would like to know why the pegs are so high when the seat is so low. Or why the seat is so low when the pegs are so high? Or whatever. And where are the pillion grab handles? It's a cruiser (albeit a performance one), but where's the comfort?

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