2019 Ducati Scrambler range launched at starting price of Rs. 7.89 lakhs.

Editor@Throttle|Updated: April 26, 2019 12:58
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Ducati India has launched the 2019 Scrambler range in India. Each of the Ducati Scrambler versions have been styled differently to meet different customer requirements.

 

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The Ducati Icon remains the most affordable version and gets the retro design language, bright fuel tank, and round headlamp. It is priced at Rs. 7.89 Lakh. 

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The 2019 Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled is distinctive in its appearance with the raised mudguard, longer travel suspension, engine bash plate and a headlamp mesh guard. The bike comes with  higher ground clearance, more suspension travel, spoked wheels, with a larger 19-inch front wheel for real off-road capability. It is priced at  Rs.9.93 lakh.

 

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The Scrambler Cafe Racer gets lowered handlebars and an aggressive riding posture and spoked wheels. The bike comes in a silver paint job with bright blue colour for the frame and matching graphics on the tank. The bike also gets a '54' racing number on the side panel. It is priced at Rs.9.78 Lakh.
 
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As for the Scrambler Full Throttle is inspired from the design of Flat Trackers. The bike comes in this black and yellow paint scheme with side number holders and a racing style rear. It is priced at Rs. 8.92 Lakh.
 
 
The 2019 Ducati Scrambler range comes with the same 803 cc L-Twin, air-cooled engine that is tuned to churn out 73 bhp and develop 67 Nm of peak torque. The motor comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike now also comes with the new Bosch cornering ABS which is standard on the Scrambler range.
 
 
The 2019 Ducati Scrambler comes with a host of new features like - Hydraulic Clutch with Adjustable Lever, LED turn indicators, Cornering ABS, Ducati Multimedia system with gear and fuel indicators. There are cosmetic changes as well on the 2019 Ducati India Scrambler with the blacked out engine, new muffler cover, new CNC components, and fuel tank styling.
 
 
Article Source : NDTVAuto