Ducati India has launched three new Scrambler bikes in the
country including the Scramber 1100, Special and Sport. The bikes have been
priced at Rs 10.91 lakh, Rs 11.12 lakh and Rs 11.42 lakh (ex-showroom)
respectively. The new Scrambler 1100 draws inspiration from the iconic 70’s
model while remaining faithful to the “Land of Joy” spirit. Bookings are open
for the bikes across all dealerships .The motorcycle was launched in the presence of Sergi Canovas, Managing Director of Ducati India
The new Scrambler 1100 bikes get bigger engines but
retaining a compact footprint. The bikes gets an all new 1079cc L-twin, air-cooled
engine which generates 86hp@7600rpm and 88Nm of peak torque at 4750rpm, with a
lot of torque coming in early on in the rpm range. The chassis has been redesigned. The engine
is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The bike gets ride by wire and 3 riding
modes namely Active, Journey and City. The hydraulic brake and clutch lever can
be adjusted to your liking.
The Scrambler 1100 is not just big but it also has a load of
rider aids including Bosch cornering ABS and traction control being standard.
There is a dual 320 Brembo disc brake setup at the front. There is an upside
down fork at the front and a monoschock to be found at the rear with a high
performance swingarm. The new Scrambler
1100 sports a retro look all around and gets a teardrop shaped fuel tank and
interchangeable side aluminium panels.
Retaining its retro looks, the fully
digital LCD instrument panel gets a custom retro scale on the rpm scale. The
Special and Sport additions of the bike get a few additions and changes. The
Ducati Scrambler 1100 Special leans towards a custom look with spoked wheels,
lowe handlebars, chorme exhaust headers, brown leather seat and brushed
alumiunium swingarm. The Sport on the other hand gets fully adjustable Ohlins
suspension to provide a sporty riding experience. The new Ducati Scrambler 1100
comes in '62 Yellow and Shining Black color, with the Sport and Special coming in
their own dedicated Viper Black and Custom Grey with yellow highlights on the
tank color schemes respectively.
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