New-gen Ducati Scrambler range launched at Rs 10.39 lakh

The Scrambler Full Throttle and Nightshift are priced at Rs 12 lakh (ex-showroom).

The second-generation Ducati Scrambler made its debut in November last year at EICMA 2022. The bike comes in three variants: Icon, Full Throttle and Nightshift, and is now available in India at a starting price of Rs 10.39 lakh (ex-showroom).

The Scrambler Icon features a new fuel tank with a coloured portion in the centre that is replaceable, along with the fenders, tags on the wheels and headlight covers. The bike gets a revised handlebar that is lower and closer to the rider. The new seat is flatter and is set at a height of 795 mm.

The Icon is available in six different colours and nine livery options. The bike gets black under-seat side panels with Ducati Scrambler graphics.

The Scrambler Full Throttle is inspired by US flat track competitions held on dirt ovals. It features side number plates bearing the number 62, a skid plate and comes in GP19 Red/Dark Stealth livery with black exhaust heat shields and front side covers.

The Full Throttle also gets a shorter front fender, a tail without a rear fender, red tags on the alloy wheels, a Termignoni silencer, Ducati Performance LED turn signals and a quick-shifter as standard.

The Scrambler Nightshift features a café racer style saddle in a dark leather shade with glossy and matte body panels. It also gets side number plates, a minimal front fender, no rear fender, dark aluminium details and LED turn signals.

The bike comes equipped with spoked wheels, a flat-set variable section handlebar and bar-end mirrors.

The 2023 Scrambler is powered by an 803cc air-cooled twin-cylinder engine that produces 73 BHP @ 8,250 rpm and 65 Nm @ 7,000 rpm. The engine is paired with a 6-speed gearbox and comes with two riding modes: Road and Wet. The new model features ride-by-wire throttle management for the first time.

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