2021 Ducati Scrambler Range Launched In India; Includes 3 Different Variants

2021 Ducati Scrambler Range Launched in India
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Ducati has recently launched the 2021 Ducati Scrambler range in India with a price tag of Rs.7.99 Lakh onwards. This range includes the Icon, Icon Dark and 1100 Dark Pro. Where the Icon comes priced at Rs.7.99 Lakh, Icon Dark for Rs.8.49 Lakh and the most premium 1100 Dark Pro at Rs.10.99 Lakh. All the three Scrambler motorbikes are now BS6 compliant. Further, Ducati has already started the bookings for the all-new Scrambler series in India. However, bookings can be done by visiting the nearest dealership or via its official website. Deliveries on the other hand are expected to start from 28th January.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Ducati has recently launched the 2021 Ducati Scrambler range in India.
  • The base variant of the 2021 Ducati Scrambler range comes with a price tag of Rs.7.99 Lakh.
  • All the three bikes are now BS6 compliant and receive some feature updates.

Starting with the Icon Dark, it comes with a new Matte Black paint scheme with Grey alloy wheels. It is also the entry-level variant for the Scrambler range. Meanwhile, there is the Scrambler Icon that sits just above the Icon Dark variant with two paint schemes on offer, precisely – Ducati Red and Classic ’62’ Yellow. Both these Scrambler motorcycles comes equipped with LED DRLs, LCD instrument cluster alongside a more comfortable riding position with wide handlebars.

Apart from this, both – the Icon Dark and Icon variant are powered by an 803cc twin-cylinder engine. It produces 72BHP of power @ 8250 RPM and a peak torque of 66Nm @ 5750 RPM. Further, this engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.

Ducati Scrambler 1100 Dark Pro is one of the most powerful and feature-loaded variants in the entire trim. The all-new Scrambler bike draws power from a 1079cc twin cylinder engine that can churn out a massive 85BHP of power @ 7500 RPM. Further, it also produces 87Nm of torque @ 4750 RPM while being mated to a six-speed gearbox.

Ducati India has planned to launch around 12 new motorcycles in India. The list includes many popular offerings such as the Diavel, XDiavel, Multistrada V4 as well as the Streetfighter V4.