Targeting the mass market, Ducati has unveiled the Scrambler motorcycle at the INTERMOT 2014. The Scrambler is making it’s market return after almost 40 years and the manufacturer has done a good job in retaining the retro look.
The Scrambler will be available in four variants namely – Icon, Urban Enduro, Classic and Full Throttle.
Powering the Ducati Scrambler you have a 803cc, L-twin, Desmodromic distribution, air-cooled petrol engine pumping out 74 BHP of power @ 8,250 RPM and 68 Nm of torque @ 5,750 RPM. Engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission and gets a single stainless steel exhaust muffler. The bike is based on a tubular steel Trellis frame and hence, riding dynamics will surely be sharp and sporty. The bike weighs 192.5 kg for the classic version.
Standard equipment includes spoked aluminium wheels, front and rear aluminium mudguards, vintage design seats, fuel tank with black stripe, high number plate mount and a dedicated logo.
Internationally, the price starts at Rs. 5.32 lakh (converted). We all know Ducati is planning an official entry to the Indian market by next year, and the Scrambler could be a very good entry level motorcycle.