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All-new Ducati Scrambler Range Launched in India

Ducati India has introduced the All-new Ducati Scrambler motorcycle series in the nation, over a year after it was unveiled at the 2022 EICMA. The lineup includes three models: Icon, Nightshift, and Full Throttle, with prices starting at Rs 10.39 lakh ex-showroom.

The Nightshift and Full Throttle Ducati Scramblers are priced at Rs 12 lakh each. Almost every panel on the bike has been updated as part of the generation change, whether it’s the tank, side panel, seat, or swing arm. While the Icon is the entry point into the Scrambler brand, the Full Throttle variation is the most sporty. The Scrambler Nightshift, on the other hand, has a flatter handlebar, wire-spoke wheels, and bar-end mirrors. It comes in a single color scheme: Nebula Blue.

All-new Ducati Scrambler Powertrain

The new Ducati Scrambler is powered by an 803cc air/oil-cooled, two-valve Desmoduo engine that produces 73bhp at 8,250rpm and 65Nm at 7,000rpm. It is mated to a six-speed transmission. The new Ducati Scrambler is 4kg lighter than its predecessor, owing to a lightweight bolt-on subframe and updated engine components.

All-new Ducati Scrambler Features

It also has new electrical features like as electronic throttle, two riding modes, a traction control system, and cornering ABS. It also features a new 4.3-inch color TFT instrument cluster with navigation and other notifications, as well as an optional Bluetooth module. LED headlights are also standard across the 2023 Scrambler lineup.

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