Ducati Scrambler Urban Enduro
- Engine: 803 Cc
- Mileage: 20 Kmpl
- Power: 73.97 bhp
- Weight: 192 Kg
Ducati Scrambler Urban Enduro Overview
Call it the younger brother of Desert Sled or more of a pavement version of the Desert Sled, the Urban Enduro can go off-road but can’t excel over there. The Enduro with its headlight grille, olive paint, wire spoke wheels and vintage ribbed leather saddle makes one feel nostalgic and pops adventure in the body. As a road bike, the bike manages to produce loads of low rpm torque and launch easily from traffic lights. The Enduro is an adventurous, stylish and affordable machine, which can be the source for your great escape.
Ducati Scrambler Urban Enduro Engine & Transmission
All the adventure comes from an 803 cc, twin cylinder engine producing 73.97 bhp of power at 8250 rpm and 68 Nm of torque at 5750 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox while its overall weight stays well under 192 kg. The bike easily cruises at 130 kmph at the 6th gear at 6000 rpm, though the gear shift indicator starts blinking when pushed to 9000 rpm as shown on the LCD screen. The low-end torque helps the bike get a good kick start off the line, leading to great acceleration.
Ducati Scrambler Urban Enduro Mileage
Fuel is pumped to the engine from a fuel tank of 13.5 L and just with a litre in the tank, you can cover about 20-23 km. The Pirelli MT 60 RS rubber is a great match to the personality of Urban Enduro. The ABS pops in when wheel locking is detected and the Olive paint gives a feel of adventure. The round LCD instrument screen is quite user-friendly.
Ducati Scrambler Urban Enduro Performance and Handling
Let’s just put it this way that the Urban Enduro is Desert Sled tilted more towards pavement duties. The acceleration is great and easy with a kerb weight of just 176 kg. The adjustable suspensions remove the hindrance of cornering. Take a week off and get on the Enduro, and be ready to explore the cities with more than a pinch of adventure. Trust the Enduro and you will not be disappointed.
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