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Ducati’s New Scrambler: An Entry-Level Bike for a New Generation of Riders
Ducati’s New Scrambler: An Entry-Level Bike for a New Generation of Riders
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For decades, the Monster has been the flagship bike for Ducati, but as it became faster and more sophisticated, it became less approachable for first-time Ducati riders. To fill this gap, Ducati introduced the Scrambler Ducati in 2015, an entry-level bike aimed at a different breed of rider. The Scrambler was an instant success, selling over 100,000 units worldwide, with 20% of buyers being new to Ducati.


Now, Ducati has introduced an all-new Scrambler model with three distinct versions: Icon, Full Throttle, and NightShift. Only 30% of parts from the previous model were carried over to the new Scrambler, making it almost entirely different. However, the Scrambler brand is still recognizable with its dominant blacked-out X on the LED headlight. The new Scrambler also features a sleek cockpit with a colored 4.3-inch TFT screen, and an interchangeable tank cover, fenders, and headlamp details that give it a high level of customization.


Under the hood, the Scrambler is powered by the same Desmodue engine, but with advancements such as a lighter gearbox cover and bearings, the engine is 2.5kg lighter, contributing to a total weight saving of 4kg. The new Scrambler also features a Ride by Wire electronic throttle management, traction control system, and cornering ABS, making it a safe and confident ride.


The Scrambler’s eight-disc clutch and low seat height of 795mm make it an easy and comfortable ride for new riders. Its BMX-like handlebars mounted high give it a comfortable sitting position and make it easy to manage around traffic and tight areas. When the road opens up, the Scrambler comes alive with its quick acceleration and intake.


Overall, the all-new Scrambler Ducati is a great entry-level bike for new riders, with features and customizations that will appeal to a new generation of riders.




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