- Engine: 803 Cc
- Mileage: 20 Kmpl
- Power: 72 - 73.9 bhp
- Weight: 186 - 192 Kg
Ducati Scrambler Price in India
- Wide Handle Bar
- High Ground Clearance
- Punchy Power Delivery
- Pirelli Dual Sport Tires
- Termignoni Mufflers
- Aluminum Belt Cover
- ABS Standard
- Semi-Floting mono Disc
- Under Seat USB
- Design And Visual Appeal
- Good Built Quality
- Efficient Braking System
- Limited Sales And Service
- Fuel Economy Could Be Improved
- Limited Features
Ducati Scrambler Overview
The iconic motorcycle brand, Ducati has re-launched itself in India in order to reap the benefits of the highly lucrative and huge Indian motorcycle market. The scrambler range comprises of Icon, Full throttle and Classic. This time around, the company is not taking any chances and does not wish to repeat its prior mistakes in India, and has thus come backed by its parent company, Audi. The Scrambler is one of the most coveted models from the stable of Ducati, which has won the hearts of the world bike aspirants from the glimpse of its appearance.
Ducati Scrambler Engine & Transmission
The Ducati Scrambler comes equipped with a powerful L-Twin, Desmodromic distribution, 2 cylinder and 4 valves, air-cooled petrol engine with a displacement of 803 cc that is empowered with an electronic fuel injection system. This petrol engine is capable enough of churning out a max power output of 74 bhp at 8250 rpm and a peak torque of 68 Nm at 5750 rpm. The company has skillfully paired off this engine with a 6-Speed manual transmission gearbox, while the bike has been endowed with an APTC wet multi-plate clutch with mechanical control.
Ducati Scrambler Styling & Comfort
The Scrambler is a naked street bike range which comes as the cheapest ever which Ducati has produced and offered in the market till date. It features aluminium front as well as rear mudguards, aluminium fuel tank covers, stylish spoke wheels and vintage looking brown seat with diamond-shaped inserts. It offers a sporty yet comfortable seating and riding posture with high handlebars that have been set wide apart for an enhanced relaxed feel. The bike model comes with many striking features such as a large round headlight with LED ring, LCD dashboard with interchangeable aluminium cover, a sporty black stripe on the fuel tank, under-seat USB, radiant LED tail light, etc.
Ducati Scrambler Competitors
The Ducati Scrambler competes with the Triumph Bonneville and the Harley-Davidson Iron 883.
Ducati Scrambler Mileage
The Ducati Scrambler is capable of offering a peak fuel efficiency of up to 20 km per litre as per ARAI.
Ducati Scrambler Performance and Handling
The Ducati Scrambler offers a punchy performance that is engaging and fun. It offers smooth and effortless handling and manoeuvrability. The major differences between the trims are with the styling factors and their off-roading factors. Surely there are evident modifications to the suspension indeed. Although they are difficult to be noticed by the untrained eye but surely can be felt when comes to riding it. There is 150 mm of travel in the front and rear both and surfacing it out is only possible if you push it via a bumpy patch. Surely the rider will get mesmerised with the well planted and graceful experience it offers.
Ducati Scrambler Braking & Safety
The scrambler comes equipped with disk brakes for both its tyres for a superior and safe braking system that is further enhanced with Bosch cornering ABS which is offered as standard.
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