Updated Ducati Streetfighter V4 range prices begin from Rs 24.62 lakh

Fuel tank is now 17 litres in capacity, up by 1 litre.

By Dinshaw Magol, Autocar India calendar 12 Mar 2024 Views icon7951 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Updated Ducati Streetfighter V4  range prices begin from Rs 24.62 lakh

Ducati has listed the 2024 Streetfighter V4 lineup on its official Indian website with prices starting at Rs 24.62 lakh for the standard bike and going up to a cool Rs 28 lakh for the up-spec S variant. 

Ducati Streetfighter V4 updates for 2024

Ducati has focused on making the 2024 Streetfighter V4 more rideable with this update and it has done so with a revised (and very comprehensive) arsenal of electronic aids. The new ‘Wet’ riding mode limits power to just 165 hp but crucially has much gentler power delivery compared to the other modes. 

Two new power modes have been added – Full and Low – which join the existing High and Medium modes and help tailor the power output more minutely. Fuel tank capacity has gone up up a litre to 17 litres, and since the Desmosedici Stradale engine isn’t known to be very fuel efficient, this should go a small way in helping solve that issue. 

The layout of the TFT dash has also been changed in Track mode and now it mimics that of the Panigale V4 superbike. The swingarm pivot has been mounted 4mm higher and that helps in shifting the weight forward, claims Ducati, and that helps in situations where the rider is entering a corner.

However, the update that will arguably make its presence felt the most in India’s hot and staccato riding environment will probably be the rear cylinder deactivation technology,  which we’ve already gotten a taste of when we reviewed the Diavel V4 back in January. Another meaningful update is that now the radiator fans kick in at a lower temperature compared to the earlier model, which should also do its part in helping reduce the amount of heat that's thrown onto the rider. 



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