When did the Ducati 620 sport come out?
2002: Ducati 620 Sport released in October. 2003: Ducati 620 Sport discontinued in October. Ducati 620 Sport half faired: as the fully faired version but without fairing lowers and £250 cheaper when new. No owners have yet reviewed the DUCATI 620 SPORT (2002 – 2003).
When did the Ducati M620 Monster Dark End?
Discontinued at the end of 2003. Ducati M620 Monster Dark: cheaper, meaner-looking, matt black version of the standard Ducati M620 Monster, minus a screen and a seat cowl. 3 owners have reviewed their DUCATI MONSTER 620 (2001 – 2006) and rated it in a number of areas.
When did the Ducati Monster 600 come out?
2001: Ducati M620 Monster i.e. , Dark and “S” versions launched: fuel injected and with a larger engine than the earlier Ducati Monster 600. Also comes with headlight cowl. The Dark comes with just one front disc and five gears. 2003: Ducati M620 Monster and Ducati M620 Monster Dark take over from i.e. versions.
What kind of car is the Ducati Monster?
Ducati Monster 620S: “Sport” version with aluminium swingarm, taller seat, more ground clearance and a headlight cover. Discontinued at the end of 2003. Ducati M620 Monster Dark: cheaper, meaner-looking, matt black version of the standard Ducati M620 Monster, minus a screen and a seat cowl.
What are the features of a Ducati Monster 620?
The Monster 620 can satisfy the needs of a wide range of motorcyclists, thanks to features that make it easy to ride and own like a low seat height, a comfortable riding position and low maintenance costs.
What kind of Tyre does a Ducati 620 use?
The slim, 160/60-17 section rear tyre sticks well with the overall weight of the bike (181kg) , and the steering, although heavier than most Japanese 600’s is more precise. The chassis mostly ignores any attempt at midcorner countersteering, it’s better to shift your weight rather than try to tighten your line.