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Ducati range interview Info

I had a chat with the marketing man from Ducati at the MSN show in London:

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    Wednesday, March 11 2015, 10:25 AM - #Permalink
    Good interview. how do you manage to get that?

    Not enough coverage of the bikes though!
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    Wednesday, March 11 2015, 04:19 PM - #Permalink
    Yeah, I did take a vid but must have mislaid it.
    I also went out on an 899 Panigale but the video was buggered up - gutted.
    I will hopefully go out on a 1299 at some point, out of curiosity - too much money to buy.:(
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    Friday, March 13 2015, 10:21 PM - #Permalink
    Ducatis always scared me. Their early rep was like old italian cars. Too much of a risk - much beter rep these days but never be fooled they are like Hondas.
    Have had a few niggles with my MV.
    I have recently consider the strada and monster though as they fit my thoughts on a next bike.
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    Monday, March 16 2015, 06:35 PM - #Permalink
    ExodusG wrote:

    Ducatis always scared me. Their early rep was like old italian cars. Too much of a risk - much beter rep these days but never be fooled they are like Hondas.
    Have had a few niggles with my MV.
    I have recently consider the strada and monster though as they fit my thoughts on a next bike.


    I think all the Italian bikes have really come on. All very desirable still and with a decent element of reliability.
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