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Old Dec 27th, 2007, 12:22 am   #1 (permalink)
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Ducati.com production numbers 2006 vs 2007 for all models

Was looking at the Ducati site this eve and 2006 6 month numbers vs the 2007 6 month numbers (total units shipped Jan to June).

Interesting read if you like to know how many of each model type were shipped across the world and US.

http://www.ducati.com/company/pr_eng...080807_eng.pdf

The story here not unexpected. The 1098 carried Ducati into impressive growth. Total at June 07 for all models was close to 6,000 shipped to North America, more then 1000 last yeat at this time. While world wide model breakout info is provided in this link I did not see NA specific breakouts....but based on total overall shipped numbers (with decreased # in many other models) it's easy to see the 1098 was as the main stay of growth across the board.

Also interesting was the total numbers shipped on some other lines. 6 month total shipped for some models world wide was less then 2,000 units...that is pretty exclusive world wide total production numbers for those models
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Also interesting was the total numbers shipped on some other lines. 6 month total shipped for some models world wide was less then 2,000 units...that is pretty exclusive world wide total production numbers for those models
Yeah, the ST was so exclusive they discontinued it.
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Old Dec 27th, 2007, 6:14 am   #3 (permalink)
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Very interesting. All models declined in 2007 except the superbike line, looks like the 1098 may have saved the company.
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Old Dec 27th, 2007, 9:10 am   #4 (permalink)
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Gotta like the exclusivity of the 999 too. It's nice knowing that there are more 2007 1098's than all years of the 999.
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Old Dec 27th, 2007, 9:54 am   #5 (permalink)
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sales numbers

Interesting that every category but Superbike declined, and their best seller, the Monster had the biggest drop, in volume not in percent. Hence the incentive to upgrade it. Sport classics dropped alot too, but I think that's a bike that would reach market saturation relatively quickly.

The numbers say that if you are running Ducati, make sure your SB and Monster lines are up to date. And maybe update the sport classics with engine/chassis mods to get new buyers and current buyers to update, and pull this off with minimal time and $ investment. Possible to fill the limited SS demand this way, maybe........
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Old Dec 27th, 2007, 10:40 am   #6 (permalink)
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The 848 will probably make those superbike numbers explode even further in 2008, as that bike is bringing in a whole new generation of Ducati riders.

The local Duc salesman said something interesting the other day. Lots of old Ducati people coming-in saying they don't like this, or that, about the new bikes... he says (with a grin) "what do you care, this is not for you."
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Old Dec 27th, 2007, 11:53 am   #7 (permalink)
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The local Duc salesman said something interesting the other day. Lots of old Ducati people coming-in saying they don't like this, or that, about the new bikes... he says (with a grin) "what do you care, this is not for you."
I guess I never really looked at it that way... but he's right!
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Old Dec 27th, 2007, 1:29 pm   #8 (permalink)
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I was sorry to have sold my 999. I do think prices will start to go up on those. Many new riders hooked by the lower price of the 848 and 1098 (relative to base 16,999 price of the base 999 when new) will increase the base of Ducati owners... and some may become two bike owners or want to try what is now "older school" style superbike. Anyway...you hear lots of rumors about production numbers, good to see actual numbers on the Ducati site.



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Gotta like the exclusivity of the 999 too. It's nice knowing that there are more 2007 1098's than all years of the 999.
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I was sorry to have sold my 999. I do think prices will start to go up on those. Many new riders hooked by the lower price of the 848 and 1098 (relative to base 16,999 price of the base 999 when new) will increase the base of Ducati owners... and some may become two bike owners or want to try what is now "older school" style superbike. Anyway...you hear lots of rumors about production numbers, good to see actual numbers on the Ducati site.
The production numbers of each Ducati model have never been a secret. They are there for those who choose to understand what is selling and what is not rather than to agree with gossip. Because Ducati is a publicly traded company they must report this information.

Hard to say if 999 prices will go up. Remember that even though it was not the 'best seller' that it needed to be for Ducati, they still sold tens of thousands of them. In other words, supply will always be very high, but demand is very much TBD.

Your comment may be better suited to the very limited ( by comparison ) production numbers of the earlier superbikes. And even those are not seeing much price support. Now the bevel bikes....those are another matter.
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Old Dec 27th, 2007, 4:04 pm   #10 (permalink)
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You mean to say that Ducatis are actually just normal consumer products after all ?

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The 848 will probably make those superbike numbers explode even further in 2008, as that bike is bringing in a whole new generation of Ducati riders.
The local Duc salesman said something interesting the other day. Lots of old Ducati people coming-in saying they don't like this, or that, about the new bikes... he says (with a grin) "what do you care, this is not for you."
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