That's the furthest from the truth!!I looked at some reviews and that V2 is nothing more then facelifted 959 with a few minor changes here and there, nothing revolutionary imho
That's the furthest from the truth!!
The new V2 = 959 with electronics and display from a 1299, including U/D DQS
Hello!! How is that not revolutionary?? The 959 with Wheelie Control...!?!?! F'n Amazing!!
EDIT... - Ok, perhaps not literally "revolutionary" - but No Ducati has been in the past 15 years!
Well if you think about a building a product range and historically how Ducati sells this "middleweight" it is pretty obvious. Ducati always eventually releases a CORSE version, but it is usually towards the end of the product cycle. The 959 Corse was $17,595 USD, that is $2200 more than the base 959. If the base price of the V2 is $16,495 if you add $2,200 (it would prolly be closer to $2500) you are at $18,695. With a base V4 coming in at $21,995 the two bikes are a little too close in price for the consumer to clearly understand the jump to V4.The V2
2 steps forward 1 step back
I like the sssa and the electronics and the improved air intake/fuel injection
but why can't we get the Corse version with TTX shock and Ohlins fork and some carbon
A V2s please
btw I luv my 959 Corse but I would really luv a V2Corse with MotoGP livery