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“Ducati to Launch Updated Scramblers on 26th of April 2019”
There is amazing news for all the Ducati lovers. Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati is all set and is in the process of launching their updated scrambler range in India on the 26th of April 2019. This scrambler range includes Ducati Scrambler Icon, Full Throttle, Cafe Racer, and Scrambler Desert Sled. But for the current launch, you can expect the Ducati Scrambler Icon, Cafe Racer and Desert Sled to launch first. Well, on the other hand, the Full Throttle is expected to launch later this year. All these bikes get a few cosmetic updates and some major updates as well. It is also heard that select Ducati dealerships have started accepting the booking already with that; the deliveries will be commenced as soon as possible. One thing is for sure, the new Ducati has got a lot of modern and much-needed updates.
All the models in the scrambler range are powered by the same 803cc, air-cooled, L-twin engine which puts out 73 BHP of power at 8250 rpm and 67 Nm of peak torque at 5750 rpm. Apart from that, the motorcycle comes mated with 6-speed manual gearbox which gets a hydraulic clutch now for quicker gear shifts with a slipper clutch.
The most important and best update that the scramblers have received is the cornering ABS from the Bosch as standard. The bike also gets 10-spoke alloy wheels which are borrowed from the larger sibling the Scrambler 1100. With that, the bike also gets 10-spoke alloy wheels that appear to be borrowed from its larger sibling which is the Scrambler 1100. Not just that, there are other exciting features that the scrambler range receives, LED turn indicators, LED headlamps, updated LCD instrument pod along with that it gets an all-new instrumental cluster with gear position indicator & fuel gauge. Few more features we can get to see on these updates models are the machined finished alloy wheels and cylinder head fins.
Along with that the bike also receives more premium switchgear, revised exhaust, muffler side panels & brushed finish on the engine casing. The new Scrambler Full Throttle, Icon, and Café Racer come equipped with a tubular steel Trellis frame and Brembo brakes, interestingly the icon receives a flatter seat. Scrambler Icon is the cheapest, while the Scrambler Desert Sled is expensive amongst all.
Talking about the brakes, the Scrambler Desert Sled gets 46 mm fully-adjustable USD forks for the front, while the rear gets the Kayaba monoshock with adjustable pre-load and rebound. On the other hand, the rest of the models receive front 41 mm Kayaba Upside Down forks, while the rear suspension gets a Kayaba monoshock with adjustable preload settings.
So far, we don’t have any wording on the pricing but considering the updates and the best feature implemented with respect to safety which is the ABS, we expect the new Scrambler range to cost Rs 50 to 60,000 more than the previous range.
Based on the pricing and the scrambler category, the Ducati’s Scrambler range will rival Triumph’s upcoming Scrambler range & Triumph Street Scrambler.