Ducati India has revealed the launch timeline for the Euro-IV models of most of its motorcycles that it discontinued recently. The brand had stopped selling Ducati Monster 821, Ducati 1299 Panigale, Ducati Diavel and Ducati Scrambler in India as these motorcycles didn’t met BS-IV emission norms. Now, a latest press statement by Ducati reveals information about the arrival of the Euro-IV variants of these motorcycles. For those who do not know, Euro-IV emission norms are stricter than the recently implemented BS-IV standards and hence, these upcoming Ducati Motorcycles will automatically meet the guidelines of the latter. Also Read: Ducati Multistrada 950, Monster 797 launched; Price in India starts at INR 7.77 lakh

According to Ducati India, the bookings of the BS-IV versions of the Scrambler Icon and Scrambler Classic have commenced at the company’s dealerships across the country. The deliveries for these two will begin next month i.e. July 2017. The deliveries of the third model in the Scrambler family that goes by the name Full Throttle will start from September 2017. Also Read: Prices for upcoming India-bound Ducati models leaked; Bookings to begin soon

Talking of the company’s power cruisers, the BS-IV Ducati Diavel will be available at the dealerships starting October 2017 while the deliveries of the Diavel Diesel will commence in September this year. Last but not the least, the BS-IV model of Ducati Monster 821 will be available at the showrooms starting October 2017. The company has not revealed the launch timeline of 1299 Panigale BS-IV model in India. Also Read: Bajaj Dominar 400 modified into Ducati Diavel – Bajaj Domivel

In other news, Ducati has recently launched its two entry-level motorcycles in different segments to further strengthen its product portfolio in India. The two motorcycles in question are the Ducati Monster 797 and Multistrada 950 that made their entry at respective prices of INR 7.77 lakh and INR 12.6 lakh (both prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). While the Ducati Monster 797 is the company’s smallest naked streetfighter that you can buy in India, the Multistrada 950 is the downsized version of the Multistrada 1200 Enduro. The price of the Ducati Monster 797 will increase in the weeks to come as the company has announced its price as the pre-GST one. On the other hand, the company has already included the GST taxes in the launch price of the Multistrada 950. Also Read: Ducati 1299 Superleggera: Say Hello to the most expensive motorcycle you can buy in India

Ducati India has announced that it will launch five motorcycles in the country this year. As already mentioned, while the two models, Monster 797 and Multistrada 950 have made their entry a few days back, rest of the three will likely be launched later this year. The upcoming three bikes in question are the Ducati SuperSport and two Ducati Scrambler based models viz Desert Sled and cafe racer.