MCN Road Tester Michael Neeves took for a first ride a Ducati Diavel Cromo customized with Ducati performance parts worth $1,119 and Ohlins suspension worth $4,796. (In the States, would’ve cost him less). One question he wanted to answer was whether the new costly parts really make a difference. Watch the video:
PS: Ducati Diavel, and its related submodels including Cromo, debuted in late 2011 as an entirely new class of Ducati that could be described as performance cruiser. The Cromo differs from a standard Diavel with its chromium-plated details, including the tank panels and the bottom trim of the headlight housing. It also features custom 14 spoke wheels. In the States, a base Cromo costs about MSRP $18,995.