The most off-road Ducati yet
With a new color, some tough adventurous crash bars, knobby tires and a low windscreen, it’s for those who want to explore the wild side of Ducati. The new version fights against the 2017 R1200GS Rallye. Even the name stands for that – “Enduro Pro” is one of the BMW electronic riding modes.
Having about the same weight as the GS – 254 kg wet (but with a 30-liter fuel tank), the Multistrada Enduro Pro offers 160 hp and 136 NM (BMW comes with 125 hp and 125 NM) and a 19 inches front with spoked wheels. However, none of these is as adventurous as the 21 inch, 160 hp 1290 KTM Adventure R which is also the lightest in its class – 217 kg.
But let’s get back to the Ducati Multistrada Enduro Pro. The DVT Testastretta engine is controlled through four different riding modes – Touring, Enduro, Sport, and Urban. According to the selected mode, the central unit controls the Traction Control intervention (2/8 in Enduro), the ABS (1/3 in Enduro) and the Suspension damping (Soft in enduro).
The Enduro Pro is a top-spec Multistrada: Bosch 9.1 ME Cornering ABS, Cornering Lights, Traction Control, Wheelie Control, Semi-active electronic suspension with 200 mm travel front and rear, hill assist.
Also, it comes with cruise control and a Bluetooth that lets the riders connect the bike to their smartphones and manage key multimedia functions such as incoming calls, text messages, music, using the handlebar switchgear in conjunction with the information displayed on the TFT dash.
More than that, for a great sound, the Multistrada Enduro Pro is fitted with a Termignoni Titanium Exhaust.