Ducati India, however, lists accessories that help kit up a standard Multistrada Enduro to ‘Pro’ level.

The Enduro is the off-road focused version of the company’s adventure touring machine, the Multistrada. Ducati later introduced a Multistrada Enduro Pro, which is an Enduro kitted out for aggressive off-road terrain riders. The new Pro edition sells in Europe, but Ducati India has just released a statement that this version won't be available here in India, but it is offering a few accessories that will help kit the Multistrada Enduro to a spec that’s nearly 'Pro'.

The Enduro Windscreen, which is slightly shorter than the stock windscreen, will give riders a better view over the bike while standing on the pegs and riding. This accessory costs Rs 16,706. The entire Enduro accessory pack costs Rs 97,799, and comes with supplementary LED lights, as well as Touratech protectors, which includes engine protection bars, radiator protection, oil radiator guard, sprocket cover and rear brake guard. And, in case you decide to option this bike with the Termignoni high-performance exhaust, specifically designed for the Multistrada 1200, it will set you back by Rs 95,411. These prices are pre-GST at this point and are expected to change.

Basically, for a little over Rs 2 lakh, you almost have the same spec as the Enduro Pro, but you miss out on the Pirelli Scorpion Rally tyres, which are offered as an option for the regular Enduro. Ducati India hasn't released information on pricing for these tyres yet. The other things missing are largely cosmetic - black paint on the subframe, alternator and clutch cover, as well as the new sand colour paint scheme.

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