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Ducati Introduces The Scrambler Range In India; Check Variants, Features And Engine Specs Here Prices Begin At Rs 10 Lakh

The Scrambler line of two-wheelers has been introduced by Ducati in India. The Icon, Full Throttle, and Nightshift models from the lineup will be offered by Ducati in India. These three variants are priced differently, with the Icon costing Rs. 10.40 lakh (ex-showroom) and the Full Throttle and Nightshift models costing Rs. 12 lakh (ex-showroom).

Range of Scrambler Features
The Scrambler adds two riding modes, Road and Wet, as well as a traction control system that can be adjusted. The vehicle’s braking system is controlled by a single 330 mm front disc and a 245 mm rear disc with cornering ABS. The chassis has a tubular steel trellis frame. Full LED illumination, a 4.3-inch color TFT instrument cluster, and a more streamlined engine architecture are further highlights. Additionally, the new Scrambler features a 4 kg weight reduction, improving its agility.

Range and Powertrain for Scrambler
An 803cc, air-cooled, 2-cylinder engine and a six-speed gearbox power the new Scrambler lineup. This engine produces a maximum torque of 65.2 Nm and a power output of 73 horsepower.

Icon of a Ducati Scrambler
For greater comfort for the rider and passenger, the Ducati Scrambler Icon has been modified with a more rider-centric handlebar design and a flatter seat. ‘Ducati Scrambler’ designs are featured on black under-seat side panels as well. Additionally, it receives newly created tanks, changeable fender panels, wheel tags, and wheel covers.

Full Throttle Ducati Scrambler
A sportier variation, the Scrambler Full Throttle, was inspired by American flat-track racing. It has a skid plate, a sporty seat cover, black accents on the front side covers and exhaust heat shields, and a Termignoni silencer as standard equipment. Additionally, the vehicle has a smaller front and back fender, red highlights on the alloy rims, LED turn indicators, and a typical up/down Quick Shift functionality.

Using a Ducati Scrambler at night
The Nightshift model has vintage features like its black leather seat with a Cafe Racer aesthetic, Nebula Blue color scheme, spoked wheels, side-number plates, a flat-set variable-section handlebar, and bar-end mirrors in the cafe racer fashion.

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