Along with everything else, it was Ducati’s Scrambler Sixty2 that drew our attention massively at EICMA. This 399 cc motorcycle is the smallest Scrambler for the world from Ducati and is expected to be a revelation. We have shared initial details with you earlier along with a lot of photos and today let us list 15 key pointers giving you an insight of what is definitely coming to India…
Ducati Scrambler Sixty2: Key Pointers:
- The bike features a twin spar trellis frame and an all-new steel trellis swing arm.
- It gets a 14 litre steel tear drop shaped fuel tank and gets a newly designed mud guard.
- The exhaust gets a new pipe layout and black silencer cover and has been specially designed to give a low slung look.
- It sports 41 mm traditional stanchion forks by Showa at the front while the rear gets pre-load adjustable Kayaba monoshock.
- Both the tyres get 10 spoke light alloys shod with Pirelli MT 60 RS tyres with a rim size of 18 inch and 17 inch at the front and rear respectively.
- The tyres with chunky tread patterns are made exclusively for the Ducati Scrambler.
- The front tyre profile is 110/80 R18 while the rear gets 160/60 R17.
- It has a wheelbase of 1,460 mm and a dry weight of 167 kg (wet weight of 183 kg).
- The bike gets a healthy service interval of 12,000 km!
- The standard seat height is 790 mm and with accessories it can either be reduced to 770 mm or increased to 810 mm.
- Braking duties are administered by a single 320 mm disc with 2 piston floating callipers upfront and 245 mm single disc at the rear with a single piston floating calliper by Brembo.
- The bike also gets a dual channel Bosch 9.1 MP ABS system.
- The head light with LED perimeter and LED tail light is the same set up as on the other Scramblers but the Sixty2 gets rounded rear view mirrors.
- The instrumentation has been included in a single round assembly with an LCD setup where the tachometer rises with engine revolutions to create an analogue effect.
- The Sixty2 will be available in three colour options which include Atomic Tangerine, Ocean Grey and Shining Black.
The baby Scrambler Sixty2 produces 40.9 PS of peak power and 34.3 Nm of max torque from its L-Twin 399 cc engine.
So, when are you launching it in India Ducati? We are tempted already…