About Ducati Diavel
There is a devil in Ducati's lineup and its name is Diavel. Maybe it is the dark silhouette or the inability to put it in a definite category, but the Ducati Diavel surely earns its name in many ways. Although it is commonly referred to as a cruiser, the truth is that the Diavel does not handle or look like one and even lacks certain cruiser parts, like mount bags. In fact, Ducati introduces the Diavel on its website under the heading "Don't Call Me a Cruiser." With its 1,198.4 cc liquid-cooled Testastretta L-Twin engine that delivers 162 horsepower and a six-speed transmission, Ducati Diavel can convincingly call itself a sport bike. It handles like one, too. However, anyone who listens closely to the gruff sound of the aluminum-tipped stainless steel Ducati Diavel exhaust knows better. The Diavel even has an eviler twin, the Ducati Diavel Carbon. Diavel Carbon also comes in black but has red or white accents to differentiate it. In addition, its carbon fiber body and nine-spoke forged Marchesini wheels help it shed some weight. If you desire to see the wild side of Ducati, you can find a wide selection of these category-defying bikes offered by trusted sellers on eBay.