- Ducati has equipped the 2019 Scrambler range with Cornering ABS and hydraulic clutch control
- The instrument cluster now has gear indicator and fuel gauge
- The suspension setup has also been tweaked for enhancing comfort
- The headlamp unit features auto-cancelling turn indicators and LED DRLs
Ducatilaunched the 2019 Ducati Scrambler range that includes - Icon, Desert Sled, Full Throttle and Cafe Racer in India. The Italian motorcycle manufacturer has priced Icon at Rs. 7.89 lakh, Full Throttle at Rs. 8.92 lakh, Desert Sled at Rs. 9.93 lakh and Cafe Racer at Rs. 9.78 lakh. The 2019 edition of Ducati Scrambler has got some cosmetic changes and technical updates. For the update, Ducati discontinued the Urban Enduro variant of the scrambler in global markets.
Speaking of the updates, the Ducati Scrambler 800 has got a hydraulic clutch control with adjustable levers to help the rider in city traffic, cornering ABS to assist the rider for better stability and quick stopping in the corners, gear and fuel indicator in the instrument cluster, low seat height, new LED turn indicator and DRLs in the headlamp unit.
Powering the 2019 Ducati Scrambler 800 is the same L-Twin, air-cooled 803 cc engine that churns out 74 bhp of peak power and 68 Nm of peak torque. The motor is married to a 6-speed gearbox. The Cafe Racer has got clip-on handlebars, spoke wheels and '54' livery on the side body panel. The Desert Sled has 200 mm of wheel travel, red frame and an off-road riding mode as well.
The entire Ducati Scrambler 800 range can be equipped with Ducati Multimedia System that helps the rider with transferring information like call, message and music to the screen. Ducati has also increased the cushioning of the seat for comfort and has tweaked the suspension setup to a bit softer than before. The key rivals of the Ducati Scrambler 800 are Benelli TNT 600i, Kawasaki Z900 and Suzuki GSX S750.