Ducati Launches Two New Scramblers: Classic & Full Throttle

The legendary brand that Scrambler is, it has made this new breed of motorcycles made by the able handed folks at Ducati a major point of interest! The Italian manufacturer has already started retailing the Scrambler Icon in India since June this year and they say that the enthusiastic response has compelled them to further bring in two more new models from the international line-up, the Classic and Full Throttle.

While the Scrambler Classic has been targeted towards folks who love the retro 60s and 70s styling, the Full Throttle has been aimed for a more of an everyday use motorcycle. Let’s take a look at both the new variants…

Engine

All the Scramblers have the same 803 cc air cooled L-twin engine with desmodromic distribution, capable of pushing out a maximum power output of 74.8 PS at 8,250 rpm and 68 Nm of torque at 5,750 rpm.

Scrambler Classic

Scrambler Classic

The Classic has the traditional high and wide handlebar. The rounded head lamp comes with an LED ring to make it look modern. The tear drop shaped fuel tank gets aluminium covers while the seat has a distinct vintage aura to it. The rear suspension is administered by a single Kayaba shock absorber and the wheels are shod with sticky Pirelli dual sport tyres. The spoked wheels complete the classical retro looks.

Scrambler Full Throttle

Scrambler Full Throttle 2

The more contemporary Scrambler Full Throttle comes with a lower flat track inspired handlebar. The race inspired seats are this time well complemented by the same 13.5 litre steel fuel tank but with black side panels. The front mud guard is short and gets a yellow stripe to continue with the colour theme. The bike gets 10 spoke light alloy wheels while its exhaust system gets Termignoni mufflers.

Also Check: Ducati Indian Motorcycle Lineup, Ex-Showroom & On-Road Prices

All the Ducati Scramblers get underseat USB socket, aluminium belt covers, LCD instrumentation clusters and LED tail lamps as standard.

Ducati Scrambler Classic & Full Throttle Pic Gallery

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