Ducati: Diavel Cromo, Truly a Classic

The Ducati Diavel Cromo, while it has been developed from the concept of the original Diavel style, comes with a chrome-plated tank, making it more distinguishable from its siblings. However, since it was born from the Diavel model, one can expect the Diavel Cromo to mirror the classic appeal and appearance of its predecessor.

The Ducati Diavel Cromo: Featuring the Timeless Appeal of the Diavel Style

The Ducati Diavel Cromo features the timeless appeal of the Diavel Style: its flawlessly shiny chromium-plated tank contrasts starkly but extremely stylishly with the bike’s glossy black finish. The Diavel Cromo’s interpretation of the Diavel style comes complete with its horizontal seat stitching, and of course, the classic logos of Ducati.

Product Specifications of the Ducati Diavel Cromo

• Engine: The Diavel Cromo makes use of the Testastretta 11° engine. It also features an L-Twin cylinder, 4 valves within each cylinder, Desmodromic, and liquid cooled. The engine power is at 9500rpm (162hp, 119kw). It is powered with an electronic fuel injection system from Mitsubishi. The exhaust system of this Diavel model is lightweight, featuring a catalytic converter, twin aluminum mufflers, and two lambda probes.

• Dimensions and Weight: Dry weight is at 210kg, ABS wet weight is at 239kg, seat height is at 770mm, fuel tank capacity is at 17I (4.5 US gallons), wheelbase is at 1590mm, and rake is at 28°.

• Equipment: The Ducati Diavel Cromo is a riding mode bike, featuring ABS, RbW, and DTC.

Overview of the Ducati Diavel Cromo Product Features

The Diavel Cromo model comes with the same classic and timeless appeal of the Diavel style, but it also has a lot more features to offer. Some of the features of this Ducati bike include the following:

• Handlebar mounted instrumentation

• LCD display for speed, coolant temperature, time, and RPM

• Warning lights including neutral, high-beam, DTC (Ducati Traction Control) intervention, oil pressure, ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) status, fuel reserve, rev-limit, and turn signals

• Tank mounted instrumentation

• TFT (Thin Film Transistor) color display for the gear selected, battery voltage, air temperature, trips 1 and 2, average fuel consumption and speed, actual fuel consumption and speed, fuel reserve trip, scheduled maintenance, and trip time.

• Full status of riding modes, ABS, RbW, and DTC

• Full management of riding modes, ABS, RbW, and DTC

Is the Ducati Diavel Cromo a Good Buy?

For those who are looking for a sporty and classic-looking bike that features several different riding modes, yes the Ducati Diavel Cromo may just be what they are looking for.

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