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  • £24,941
  • Year 2020 - 69 reg
  • 1103cc  -  4 miles
  • Ducati Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
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Ducati Peterborough

Peterborough Road, PE8 6JN


MCN overall review verdict: MCN’s 2018 Sportsbike of the Year, the Ducati Panigale V4S, is a stunner – if you have the minerals for it. Over 200bhp and MotoGP-derived designs created a hugely fast bike that can intimidate anyone short of a MotoGP test rider when you push it hard. Related: Best superbikes of 2019 Related: Ducati Panigale V4S (2020) - the story With the Panigale V4R established as a front-running WSB contender (and BSB champion), Ducati have a lot of experience with their new-age four cylinder superbike, and they’ve learnt how to get a grip on that fearsome performance. Moreover, the 2020 update isn’t just about giving elbow-dragging racers reduced lap times – Ducati say the lesser your track riding experience and ability, the more beneficial the changes. The Panigale V4 2.0 was launched on Bahrain’s F1 circuit – which sounds glitzy (and it is), but the circuit is decidedly designed for cars, and has some fiendishly technical corners and complexes. Not the place for violent power or instability. Watch: 2020 Ducati Panigale V4S video review Thankfully, Ducati’s promise is delivered upon – rather than leaping toward the outside kerb, all the weight on the rear and the front doing as it pleases, as was the old bike’s habit in certain circumstances, it picks up more smoothly, and with less aggression. We're currently on the launch of the 2020 @DucatiUK Panigale V4S. Using the aero design of the V4R, the second generation S gets a new fairing and wings, plus revised suspension for more accessible performance. Why not refresh your memory here: https://t.co/BW7b4Rcotr pic.twitter.com/dmFhaYRwcZ — Motor Cycle News (@MCNnews) January 21, 2020 As a result, you can ride the bike harder – more throttle, more exit speed, which you carry along the next straight. The new traction control algorithms catch spin earlier when it exceeds an acceptable level, so it doesn’t have to cut as much, too. It makes for a smoother intervention you can learn to really play with and if you have the stones and judgement for it, it’ll happily spin up through the mid gears with a little lean and opposite lock on, with the computer exercising that final bit of subtle control. Stunning. When you get to a corner, the suspension and geometry refinements make it even easier to hit your apex. Switch the ABS to Race Mode (controlling the front tyre only), and it’ll only intervene if you’ve really botched it. The Stylema calipers are still a benchmark – the only limit is your ability to brace and not slide forward, out of the seat and over the nose. Do the wings help? Maybe. It’s more stable at speed, but it still weaves in the right circumstances. With the scope of the changes across the bike, it’s impossible to single them out as a definite contributor to the newfound manners. What is noticeable is the reduced heat – more vents in the fairing duct heat away from the rider, and when the bike is at idle in traffic, the rear cylinder bank stops firing, and generating heat right underneath your most precious assets. It’s still toasty, but not unbearable as it was before. The only criticism is that while it is undoubtedly more effective and safer for most people, if you’re expecting a real firebrand, it’s lost a bit of the wild edge the previous bike had. ⏱️ Join us for #60secondswith the 2020 Ducati Panigale V4 S to find out what's changed for this year. pic.twitter.com/E0mltRSEuW — Motor Cycle News (@MCNnews) January 21, 2020

Running costs
Insurance group 17 of 17
Annual road tax £93
Annual service cost -
Max power 211 bhp
Max torque 91.5 ft-lb
Top speed -
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption -
Tank range -
Quick specs
Engine size 1103cc
Engine type Liquid-cooled, DOHC 16v 90-degree V4
Frame type Aluminium alloy front-frame
Fuel capacity 16 litres
Seat height 835mm
Bike weight 195kg

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