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    I'm looking for a pronounced lifestyle with my next motorcycle. I can't conclude which amongst the following would be more "solefull".


    In ascending order of their cost, Ducati Monster 796 >> Ducati SBK 848 >> Triumph Daytona 675 >> Ducati Panigale 899.


    Regardless of their prices, these bikes equally excite me and fall under budget.


    I've done enough "Research" over months together about what it's like to own these bikes, their maintenance cost, mods, pros and cons, surprises I might encounter.. and accepted these bikes for their goods and bad yet can't decide which one I should go for.
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    Out of all the bikes that you have mentioned, the Monster is in a different class (naked) than the rest.
    Triumph Daytona 675 is no longer available for purchase and has been discontinued by the manufacturer.
    Triumph Daytona 765 might come to India but it will be in very limited numbers.
    Since budget is not an issue, why don't you look at ZX-10R, ZX-10RR, R1 etc?
    Ducati has way less service center as compared to Kawasaki and Yamaha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xBhp View Post
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    Wow! Thanks Mod, I though this thread would be never approved.

    Quote Originally Posted by hellgate View Post
    Out of all the bikes that you have mentioned, the Monster is in a different class (naked) than the rest.
    Triumph Daytona 675 is no longer available for purchase and has been discontinued by the manufacturer.
    Triumph Daytona 765 might come to India but it will be in very limited numbers.
    Since budget is not an issue, why don't you look at ZX-10R, ZX-10RR, R1 etc?
    Ducati has way less service center as compared to Kawasaki and Yamaha.
    First of all, Sorry for not being clear enough at the first place. Budget does matter, a strict 8L but within the 8 it doesn't matter if I'd buy the lowest costing machine, The monster 796 or the highest costing one, The Panigale 899.

    All of these bikes I've mentioned are discontinued, So obviously I'm talking about used super bikes.

    Yes, The monster 796 is in a different class altogether but I like the charisma it holds. (A perfect city bike, where I intend to use it the most.)

    Dear brother, the problem is (actually there is not even a problem!) you are trying to make sense but I'm not. I'm just looking for a "solefull", charismatic and wow factor of a bike. I don't care if it easier to live with, easier to maintain or anything. (Not that I don't care about it, but I'm more than happy to shell out for it when the need arrives and compromise stuffs for it .) For example, in a vlog I watched of an american guy owning a monster 796 and used to live in Italy. He said, People talk about power figures, technical jargons and stuff. But you know while designing this bike what the Ducati mechs keep in mind is that the sheer joy the rider of this bike would have while riding this through these Alps and that's exactly for what these bikes are literally designed for. Cause I've seen the faces of those Italian monster owners. And for another example, I believe the Daytona 675 is pointlessly hunched over but that's fine cause she will force me to hit the gym even harder.

    I know this is a hard thread to answer, and kinda of a philosophical one than being logical . I thank you for taking the time and suggesting. (cause, most would just pass it as immature.) and I'm never expecting an "answer" myself too.. Just to 'buy' some advice payed through some sarcasms I might get.

    Plus, I'd chose the ZX-10RR in a heartbeat if I had that kind of moolah.

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