Q2 limited slip differential,
18″ unique design alloy wheels with 225/40 R18 tyres,
Sports seats upholstered in black sports leather with red stitching,
Dual-zone automatic climate control system,
Auto-dip rearview mirror,
Satin effect electric heated door mirrors,
Aluminium sports pedals,
Exclusive Ducati Corse sports dials with red background,
Radio with CD and MP3 reader + 8 speakers,
Red paint brake callipers,
Exclusive Ducati Corse front wings & tailgate badges,
Anti-lock brakes (ABS) + Electronic brake distribution (EBD),
VDC brake assist + MSR,
Driver, passenger, front side and window airbags,
ISOFIX fastenings for rear child seat,
Alfa code immobiliser & alarm system,
Front fog lights,
Remote central locking and boot release,
Multifunction display + trip computer,
Leather steering wheel with remote audio controls,
Electric front windows with anti-intrusion sensor,
Height adjustable front seats with lumbar adjustment,
Split folding rear seats 60/40,
Front centre armrest with oddments box,
Comfort pack 3rd central rear head restraint, rear armrest, luggage restraint, lumbar adjustment on driver’s side,
Full Service History…
PDi check carried out on the 16th September 2009 at Lipscomb Alfa Romeo, Aylesford.
1st service carried out on the 20th November 2009 at 3,939 miles at Lipscomb Alfa Romeo, Aylesford.
2nd service carried out on the 19th November 2010 at 7,385 miles at Lipscomb Alfa Romeo, Aylesford.
3rd service carried out on the 14th December 2012 at 12,148 miles at J.R. Auto Engineering Ltd, Gravesend.
4th service carried out on the 3rd June 2014 at 16,069 miles at J.R. Auto Engineering Ltd, Gravesend.
5th service carried out on the 7th July 2016 at 22,405 miles at J.R. Auto Engineering Ltd, Gravesend.
Supplied with 2 remote keys
One private keeper from new
One of 230 Limited Edition Models
Alfa Romeo: a passion for performance.
With a record that stretches back over 100 years, Alfa Romeo is one of the most successful makes in motorsport history, numbering legendary names like, Nuvolari, Fangio and even Enzo Ferrari among it’s driver’s. Alfa Romeo has claimed 11 Mille Miglia races, ten Targa Florio, four Le Mans 24 hours, two Grand Prix world championships, along with many national and european touring car championships. The same performance focus can be found it’s current range of cars…including the Alfa 147 Ducati Corse.
Ducati: following it’s own line.
From the company’s humble ‘Cucciolo’ bike of 1946 to today’s 200+mph Moto GP Desmosedici has been a long journey, and Ducati has steadfastly taken its own route to the top. The company made the desmodromic valve system it’s speciality, winning the Imola 200 in 1972 with Paul Smart on a demo V-twin Ducati 750.
Since then Ducati has claimed 14 World Superbike Championships and in 2007 surpassed even that achievement, winning the Moto GP World Championship with Casey Stoner. Today, enthusiasts throughout the world recognise Ducati as the pinnacle of high-performance on two wheels.
The features advertised may or may not be present and that any prospective purchaser should satisfy themselves before entering into an agreement to purchase, that the features stated above are present (or not present) on the vehicle.
|Tax (6/12 mths)||£101.75 / £185||Length||4223mm|
|CO2||157g/km||No. of Doors||3|
|0 - 60 mph||8 seconds||MPG (Average)||47.9mpg|
|Fuel Type||Diesel||Fuel Tank||60 Litres|
|Tax Band||G||Engine||1910cc / 170bhp|
|Top Speed||134 mph||Colour||Nero Black|