The Honda Navi is the only monkey bike on sale in India right now.
The Ducati Monster 795 was an emerging market-centric model with the lineage of one of the world’s most iconic naked roadster brand names. Quang Phuong Motor have brought out a monkey bike called the Monster 110 to resemble the Ducati Monster 795.
In the shape of the Honda MSX (Honda Grom), the Monster 110 gets a similar headlamp console with a plastic strip in the middle. The fuel tank follows the styling of the Ducati Monster while the frame also apes the language.
The instrumentation is all-digital and gets readouts for speedometer, odometer, tachometer, the fuel and a clock. The instrumentation can show blue or green backlit options. Powering the Ducati Monster 795 lookalike is 107 cc single cylinder mill imported from Thailand coupled to a 4-speed gearbox. Output figures are not known.
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The Monster 110, just like the Ducati Monster, is suspended over upside down forks up front and a monoshock in the rear. Braking duties are overseen by a petal disc in the front and a similar unit in the rear. The tail section of the monkey bike though is not pointed as the Ducati Monster and ends with a LED taillamp. A solo seat with a cover for the pillion is also on offer.
The Monster 110 is priced at VND 30 million which translates to INR 88,020 at current exchange rates.
[Source - MotoSaigon.vn]