World sales in sharp recovery for Ducati this year that at the end of September has delivered to its customers 49,693 motorcycles.
A result higher than that of the whole of 2020, when due to the pandemic sales stopped at 48,042 units, that is -9.7% compared to 2019 when the units registered were just over 53,000.
With this progression Ducati is expected to outperform 2019 results at the end of the year and therefore of 2018.
An important boost of this recovery is due to the trend of third quarter just concluded that, exceeding the 25% the same period of 2019 and 3% that of last year (when there was a rebound effect following the end of the confinement in the major markets) we note that with the best always for the Borgo Panigale brand.
In the first nine months of this year Italy confirmed itself as the main market for the Bolognese with 7.954 registrations (there were 7,100 in the whole of 2020) and a share of 16%. Follow the United States (7,475 units) and the Germany with 5,627 specimens.
The best-selling Ducati models are, in order: Multistrada V4 (about 2,200 specimens in Italy and 1,100 in Germany), Scrambler 800, Streetfighter V4 e Monster 950.
“The growth we are experiencing – is the comment of Francesco Milicia, vice president global sales and after sales – it is widespread on all the main markets in which Ducati is present and extends across the product families. The community of Ducati fans is growing all over the world and the most authoritative magazines in the sector assign important awards to our bikes. The brand is now more solid and appreciated than ever and we are already focused on next year “.