Brivido translates to Thrill, and that seems like a fitting name for a Bimota powered by Ducati’s old 1,198cc Diavel motor. Michael Neeves of MCN called it one of his top bikes of 2012, saying “It fuels beautifully; it’s smooth, fast, excellent in the corners, comfortable and above all fun! It doesn’t have ride-by-wire, variable fuel maps, traction control and all the latest gizmos – it just works properly, which is a refreshing change these days…”
The Ducati motor was good for 162 horsepower and 94 pound-feet of torque. As expected with Bimota, you got top notch components such as Marzocchi forks and an Extreme Tech shock. But at the end of the day, the DB9 looks like every DB back to the 5, and don’t you want to feel unique and special when you’re paying this much money for an Italian? Thankfully, this example (VIN: ZESDB0900CR000018) will cost you around half of the original MSRP as it has 11,300 miles.
Find this DB9 for sale in Auckland, New Zealand with a BIN of $17,400 or best offer